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Coast Salish Art in the 21st Century
Kane Hall 120, UW Campus

Coast Salish artists are using computer graphics, laser cutters, and glass “hot shops,” as well as adzes, knives, and looms to bring traditional forms into the 21st century. Join a panel of artists lead by Shaun Peterson as they share the challenges and
rewards of transporting the vision of their grandparents into the modern world.

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Time: 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

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