Changing the Conversation: Artists’ Books, Zines and Broadsides at the University of Puget Sound’s Collins Memorial Library

Changing the Conversation: Artists’ Books, Zines and Broadsides from the Collins Memorial Library Collection, August 12 – December 14, 2022, at the University of Puget Sound library. This exhibition represents a decade of collecting artists’ work that challenge our point of view and focus on social justice. https://tinyurl.com/bdhx5x44

Broadside linocuts by Yoshi Nakagawa and letterpress printed by Jessica Spring at Springtide Press, Tacoma, WA, 2022. 12”x18.5” Edition size: 120.

$30 print price (includes shipping) and all proceeds go to fund student centered projects and programs in support of diversity, equity and inclusion. Payment can be made in person via credit card or check made payable to the Collins Memorial Library, sent to Jamie Spaine, Collins Memorial Library, 1500 N. Warner Street #1021, Tacoma, WA. 98416. Please contact jspaine@pugetsound.edu with the subject line Changing the Conversation Print Purchase, and provide your name and mailing address.

Individual show at Azuma Gallery, Seattle, WA.

In person opening reception during First Thursday Artwalk in Pioneer Square, Seattle. The exhibition will be up for over a month if you prefer a quieter viewing, and all works will be available online at https://azumagallery.com/artist-works.php?artistId=289227&artist=Yoshi%20Nakagawa.

Please Note: Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, we ask that anyone experiencing any symptoms please refrain from attending and instead participate in the show virtually. In addition to making disposable masks and hand sanitizer available, we will also be taking measures during the reception to increase air flow and encourage social distancing, which may include having our door open and limiting the number of people to 20 persons inside at once—so please dress warmly.

Parking vouchers are available for free First Thursday parking from 5pm-10pm. Due to a Seahawks game, the only lot open for free parking will be the Butler Garage at 114 James St.

Contemporary Northwest Print Invitational 2021

In person opening reception at Davidson Galleries: Friday, August 6th, 5-7pm, 313 Occidental Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104. Showing through August 28th. For a preview: https://www.davidsongalleries.com/collections/contemporary-northwest-print-invitational-2021

“En el Mismo Barco,” all-women show at Espacio Artístico Xicoténcatl, Oaxaca, Mexico.

Opening March 7, 2020 at Espacio Artístico Xicoténcatl, Xicoténcatl 303, Centro Oaxaca, at 7pm. Showing for a month.

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“8/3: Mujeres en la Gráfica Oaxaqueña,” group show in Oaxaca

Opening reception at Galería Shinzaburo Takeda, March 5th, 2020 at 7pm.

3:8 Mujeres 2020

Añil〜藍〜Indigo: Individual exhibition at Galería La Mano Mágica, Oaxaca

Opening reception: January 11th, 2020 at 6pm. Showing for a month.

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Beyond Borders at Cascadia College

Curator, organizer and participating artist for “Beyond Borders: Oaxaca-Seattle Exchange,” a collective exhibition at Cascadia College, Bothell, WA.

Oaxacan Printmaking Digital Signage 300ppi

Beyond Borders: Oaxaca-Seattle Exchange in Seattle, WA

Curator, organizer and participating artist for “Beyond Borders: Oaxaca-Seattle Exchange,” a collective exhibition, panel discussion and printmaking demonstration at the Mexican Consulate in Seattle and Pratt Fine Arts Center, Seattle, WA.

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Beyond Borders: Oaxaca-Seattle Exchange at IAGO, Oaxaca

Curator, organizer and participating artist for “Beyond Borders: Oaxaca-Seattle Exchange,” a collective exhibition (opening July 12, 2019), panel discussion (July 11, 2019) and printmaking demonstration (July 13, 2019) at the Institute of Graphic Arts of Oaxaca, Mexico. Showing until August 17, 2019.

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Art book publication: Beyond Borders

Publication: Beyond Borders: Oaxaca-Seattle Exchange, June 2019, book printed at Carteles Editores, Oaxaca de Juárez, Mexico.