Thrilled to be part of this show…

OpenHouseMark your calendars for December 7, 2014, for Inscape Open Studios. Aside from all the great work you can see and buy from artists, makers, and designers, you can also experience the grand opening of our permanent installation on immigration in Seattle. Inscape and the Wing Luke Museum will be telling the story of the people and the process of immigration through the building that was the United States Immigration Station & Assay Office. Signs throughout the building will mark significant locations and feature images of the sites before the building was transformed from detention center to creative community. In addition, four artists have contributed pieces that shed light on immigration in various, fascinating ways: a graphic novel, a sound installation, silkscreen prints and encaustic paintings. Come out and share the experiences of the people who walked the halls before us.

Sunday, December 7, 2014
1-6pm with short program in the 1st Floor Lobby at 3pm

Inscape Arts (Seattleā€™s old INS Building)
815 Seattle Boulevard South (previously Airport Way)
Seattle, WA 98134

Produced by the Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience
With support from INS Holdings, LLC

Featured Artists
Eroyn Franklin
Dionne Haroutunian
Robb Kunz
Joan Stuart Ross