Makers of the Now: Sonny Assu


Thursday, October 18, 2018
7:00 – 8:30 pm

Frye Auditorium

Part of a five-lecture series presenting different windows into contemporary indigenous artistic practice, via Native American and First Nations artists living and working throughout the Pacific Northwest and Alaska.

Sonny Assu will discuss his most recent projects: The Paradise Syndrome, The Spectator Boom, and Territorial Acknowledgements. He'll also highlight the seminal works that have come to define his 15 year career.

Sonny Assu. SNIKT, 2017. Acrylic Paint, acrylic ink, acrylic medium, Marvel comic book pages on panel. Image courtesy of the Artist and the Equinox Gallery. Photo: Scott Massey, Site Photography.


Series Passes
Members: $55
Non-members: $115

Individual tickets
Members: $16
Non-members: $24


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