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Julie Green: The Last Supper

Bellevue Arts Museum 510 Bellevue Way NE, Bellevue

800 Plates Illustrating Final Meals of US Death Row Inmates

Free Them All: Portraits from La Resistencia

Henry Art Gallery 15th Ave NE &, NE 41st St, Seattle

La Resistencia’s #FreeThemAll campaign shares visual and narrative portraits of people detained within the Tacoma ICE Processing Center

Free

Yellow No. 5

Bellevue Arts Museum 510 Bellevue Way NE, Bellevue

Yellow No. 5 examines the transactional relationship between culture and consumerism and how they often work in tandem to conceal their connection. Tariqa Waters’ project-based, multi-disciplinary exhibition sees her collaborate with regional artists to explore the grab-and-go nature of material goods and how these products serve as armor to shield us from our intrinsically codependent relationship with consumerism—using artificial additives.

Free

Art on the Mind: Ten Years of Creative Aging

Frye Art Museum 704 Terry Avenue, Seattle

Designed to alleviate some of the social, emotional, and financial challenges that a person living with dementia may face, the Frye’s Creative Aging programs serve as opportunities to deepen their life experiences, foster friendships, and build community through art.

Free

Anastacia-Reneé: (Don’t be Absurd) Alice in Parts

Frye Art Museum 704 Terry Avenue, Seattle

Anastacia-Reneé’s poetry and performances are an assertion of presence that counteract the erasure of those who have been marginalized by American society. With an unflinching focus on collective liberation, her work is rooted in the Black feminist and womanist traditions, and their intersectional approach to addressing racism, sexism, homophobia, ageism, and class.

Free

Barbara Earl Thomas: The Geography of Innocence

Seattle Art Museum 1300 1st Ave, Seattle

Barbara Earl Thomas’ new body of work carries within it the sediments of history and grapples with race and the color line. At the heart of her new work is a story of life and death, hope and resilience—a child’s survival.

Free

Jacob Lawrence: The American Struggle

Seattle Art Museum 1300 1st Ave, Seattle

Jacob Lawrence: The American Struggle questions the stories we’ve been told by amplifying narratives that have been systematically overlooked from America’s history. This exhibition reunites Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle: From the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

Free

Jovencio de la Paz: The Ghost and the Maze

Specialist 300 South Washington Street, Seattle

Working between wall, table, and floor, these textiles operate as a spatial exploration as much as visualization of the algorithmic processes utilized to create them.

Free

What’s Different?

SOIL 112 3rd Ave S, Seattle

The image today has an elastic feature. Each new image appropriates its surroundings, directing the flow of emotion, resources, capital, and popular opinion in its wake.

Free

Colleen RJC Bratton: Endometrial Atmosphere

SOIL 112 3rd Ave S, Seattle

There are so many factors that have to come together to support delicate life. I’ve changed countless ways in which I navigate this life and my body in order to bear a child.

Free

Gary Simmons: The Engine Room

Henry Art Gallery 15th Ave NE &, NE 41st St, Seattle

His work is occupied by the unfixed nature of a past that remains open to the vagaries of memory, and its role in the construction of the character of contemporary America.

Free