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ALIVE Exhibition Public Opening

June 10, 2017 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

Join us to celebrate the opening of ALIVE Flora, Light, and Water in the Seattle Landscape!

ALIVE Flora, Light, and Water in the Seattle Landscape, a Partnership for Youth Exhibition, is an exploration of Seattle’s urban landscape through digital photography. Created during twelve after-school sessions in March–May 2017, this collection of images showcases the city as it emerges into spring—at times blooming and verdant, at others drenched and gray.

ALIVE Flora, Light, and Water in the Seattle Landscape is organized by Negarra A. Kudumu, Manager of Public Programs, and features the work of Jaytaevius Coleman, Eleisha Cooke, Malachi Crenshaw, MK Crenshaw, Kaylia Davis, Isiah Guy, and Neicy Petite. Teaching artist Carina A. del Rosario provided instruction in digital photography, with production assistance from Adam Jabari.

About Partnership for Youth
The Partnership for Youth program is an ongoing partnership between the Associated Recreation Council at Yesler Community Center and the Frye Art Museum. During each free workshop series, teens work with trained professionals to learn skills that can be transferred to a career. The works created during each session culminate in an exhibition at the Frye Art Museum.

This program is presented by the Frye Art Museum and Associated Recreation Council RechTech program at Yesler Community Center with support from the Multimedia Resource Training Institute, Seattle Youth Violence Prevention Initiative, and Therapeutic Health Services. Funding for the program is provided by Grousemont Foundation, Seattle Office of Arts & Culture, U.S. Bank, Windermere Capitol Hill, Windermere Madison Park, and Frye Art Museum donors.

Photo: Kaylia Davis, 2017. Digital Print.


June 10, 2017
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm


Frye Art Museum


Frye Art Museum
704 Terry Ave
Seattle, 98104 United States

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