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Double Exposure Dinner

How can we honor indigenous people in this art?

Who has the power in the representation of this marginalized group?

Let's try something new! This month I'm inviting guests to take part in the Double Exposure exhibit at the SAM. This collection challenges the power of perspective and raises the meaningful question: 

How do we perceive ourselves and interpret other people? 

Double Exposure offers a unique opportunity to explore the concept of identity through the lens of three different artists. 


Join the community for dinner Sunday, July 22nd. The event will be hosted by HouseFrau Home, a new business concept offerings hospitality service located on Capitol Hill

I'm thrilled to welcome Associate Professor of Anthropology Jean Dennison to the table as our expert guest for the July 22nd event. Jean is a citizen of the Osage Nation and an Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of Washington.

Earlier Event: June 20
Micro-aggressions
Later Event: November 5
The American Identity Dinner