In conjunction with yəhaw̓ at King Street Station*, Vermillion Gallery will host events to accompany the Indigenous Latinx Exhibit.
Come ready to center Black, Indigenous, and People of Color bodies on the dance floor. Dress code? Come in your flyest gear.
Join La Roxay Productions for a night of dancing with decolonial cuties at Vermillion! As always with La Roxay events, no drama! #GoodVibesOnly
DJ J-Na$ty will be on 1's and 2's playing all the hits — from then and now.
Tickets, sold at the door:
Sliding scale: $10 — $15
No one will be turned away for lack of funds
Ticket sales from the Bloom will support the community's Bidi Bidi Bom Bash
This event is 21+. 10pm to 1:30am
In conjunction with yəhaw̓ at King Street Station*, Vermillion Gallery will host a three-month satellite art exhibit featuring Indigenous Latinx artwork from acrylic paintings and mixed media art to large scale installations by 18 Indigenous Latinx artists from the Pacific Northwest. The diasporic experience of Indigenous Latinx people takes on many faces, whether it’s knowing that the border crossed us or not knowing our Indigenous tribal ancestry.
The artists featured in these exhibits identify with their indigeneity as a resiliency practice and their art is one example of how they keep the spirits of their ancestors alive. The exhibits at Vermillion Gallery and community events are curated by Jessica Ramirez. Jessica is 15 year resident of Seattle and is a media maker, events producer, and community advocate.
*yəhaw̓ is an expansive, yearlong, multi-city project. It includes satellite installations across the Puget Sound region, performances, artists-in-residence, a publication, and art markets, all culminating in a large-scale exhibition at King Street Station.