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4:00PM - 5:00PM
Center for Architecture & Design
1010 Western Avenue, Seattle WA 98104
This event is free

Presented by:

  • Kate Clark, lead artist of Parkeology

  • What are the points of connection between a mammoth tooth, a peach pit someone spit out in the 1890s, and tiles glazed with glacial clay?

    Join an all ages artist talk that crosses through time, archaeology and urban design. Kate Clark, lead artist of Parkeology, will share some of the stories of the lives that intersect one city block in downtown Seattle. For the past 4 years, Kate has been working with archaeologists, artists, and activists to translate some of these stories into a permanent public art installation commissioned by 4Culture and the Washington State Convention Center. Learn about the project and give input on what you think makes good storytelling about time travel.

    SDF volunteers will be checking vaccination status at the door, and ask that you remain masked during the duration of this program.

    Design Team: Kate Clark, lead artist of Parkeology