1. Protesting Greed

    Getting these banners in the air was not easy. Making these banners at the Action Camp on Vashon was fun, but it helped to be with experts. First we figured out what we were going to say. Then we projected giant letters ( 8 feet high) onto Tyco fabric painted orange, then we cut it […]

  2. Porgy and Bess and The Help

        The Gershwin Porgy and Bess, all too briefly playing at the Seattle Opera, is stupendous. I read a lot about the history of the opera, the debates about whether it was a musical or an opera, the complaints about the stereotyping of blacks, the protests by blacks during the Civil Rights era that […]

  3. Mary Ann Peters “Poor Liberty” Series at James Harris Gallery

    Mary Ann Peters “Poor Liberty) series represents violations of the idea of liberty based on the Statue of Liberty as a point of departure

  4. Carletta Carrington Wilson’s “Poem of Stone and Bone”

    Carletta Carrington Wilson’s Installation and poetry Poem of Stone and Bone