EXHIBITION: Cultural imPRINT: Northwest Coast Prints, Tacoma WA

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Exhibiting at the Tacoma Art Museum, “Cultural imPRINT: Northwest Coast Prints” is a special exhibition featuring over forty prints spanning sixty years of printmaking and practices done in the Northwest Coast style.  Haub Curator of Western American Art, Faith Brower, collaborated with guest curator, India Young from Victoria, to bring together a large selection of prints by many of the region’s Northwest Coast Indigenous artists.

From April 22 - August 20 works on display will include two prints from the Salish Weave Collection; “Memory” by Susan Point and daughter Kelly Cannell, and “Owl Woman” by emergent Tsartlip artist, Sage Paul, daughter of internationally acclaimed artist Chris Paul.

A fantastic review of the exhibition is available for perusal at bit.ly/2oWTueR.  Further details about visiting the TAM can be found on their website, tacomaartmuseum.org.