490 Visits Seattle

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The 490 Seminar class had the opportunity to visit Seattle last week. Robin Held of the Frye Museum guided us through the Ming Wong show, which was the first U.S. show for the recent Venice Biennale exhibitor.

We also had the chance to visit Cornish College of the Arts Professor Artist Craig Snyder. Craig gave us a wonderful presentation of his recent works and video pieces.

Kachina Dolls

These are hand carved dolls made by Hopi Indians. They are depictions of their spiritual deities, intended for worship practice. They are of animals or deceased Hopi tribe members.

I just think they have a really neat quality about them!

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