Through interactivity, scale, and intimacy, Feddersen forms connections between U/S. history, her Okanogan heritage, and current events to ignite conversations on place, use of space, and our relationship to the environment. This exhibition features recent works in a variety of scales and mediums that focus on resistance and resilience in the face of development, displacement, and destruction. Sept. 15-Jan. 20, 2019; open Tue-Sun 10 am-5 pm; until 8 pm third Thu.
Price: $5-$10 admission.