Join us for an engaging evening celebrating art and culture at the opening reception of “Marking: Indigenous Narrative,” a captivating large-scale relief printmaking exhibition. Immerse yourself in the power of monochrome expression as we showcase the works of 15 talented artists, each sharing their unique stories through the ancient art of woodcut printing.
Private Opening for Donors and Sponsors: 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Open to the Public: 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Enjoy the rhythmic tunes of the Thunderboy Singers from 6:00 PM to 6:45 PM and Tony Tee will DJ the event from 7-8 PM. Delight your taste buds with delicious culinary creations curated by Victoria Redbird of Unite the People Native Catering. Please note that Redbird’s offerings will be available for purchase, so remember to bring cash. Additionally, complimentary finger foods will be provided for attendees. Quench your thirst at our cash bar, expertly tended by Jessica Meikle, as you mingle with fellow art enthusiasts and creators alike. Take advantage of this opportunity to experience the convergence of art, culture, and community.
Discover the evolution of woodcut printing, a technique with roots deep in history yet possessing contemporary relevance. Woodcut printing involves:
– Carving an image into a block of wood.
– Leaving the raised areas to apply ink, which is then transferred onto paper or fabric.
– Resulting in a striking, textured artwork/print.