The Path with No Name.
A Cleveland High School Art Show.
At the Center of Contemporary Art in Georgetown.
5-9pm. All Ages. Free.
Come witness local youth addressing current social issues with a visual language.
After a year of identifying social commentary in literature, and infusing it into narratives, 90 Cleveland sophomores have culminated the year with a professionally curated art show filled with socially conscious art work.
ArtsCorps resident teaching artists Jaala Smith and Jave Yoshimoto worked closely with the students. They investigated famous political artists such as Banksy and Barbara Kruger. They discussed ways to communicate through visual language and how to manipulate symbols and pop culture metaphors to create a powerful and personal message. Each art piece will be accompanied by a personally crafted artist statement.
Their work will be exhibited at the Center on Contemporary Art in Georgetown at the Seattle Design Center, Thursday the 13th, reception beginning at 5.
CoCA Georgetown: Located in Suite 258 of Seattle Design Center at 5701 6th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98108 The gallery is on second level of the main Plaza Building. Free entry and parking. Metro riders can take route 23.
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Come for a night of political art and youth voice! We all look forward to seeing you there!
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