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Explore Printmaking & Watercolor through Land & Place

June 22 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm


Collaborate with IndigiQueer artist Eileen Jimenez (Ñätho) to create artwork that reflects our experiences and relationships with Land and to Indigenous joy through linocut. Practice printmaking from pre-carved blocks and watercolor to co-create art.

Sponsored by Allied Arts of Renton.

Registration not required.

Reasonable accommodation for people with disabilities is available by request. Email access@kcls.org at least seven days before the event. Automated closed captioning is always available for online events.

Colabora con Eileen Jimenez (Ñätho) un artista IndigiQueer para crear obras de arte que reflejen nuestras experiencias y relaciones con la tierra y la alegría indígena a través del linograbado. Durante este taller practicaremos el grabado a partir de bloques pretallados y la acuarela para cocrear arte.

Artiest Bio: Eileen’s mother is Maria Cruz, her grandmother is Eloisa, and her great grandmother is Isidora, matriarchs of the Ñätho (Otomi Peoples). As an Indigenous leader, community member, educator and as an artist, everything she does and creates is influenced by her many intersecting identities and lived experiences. She creates the art, the structures, the programming and the educational experiences she wishes she and her community would have seen and had access to growing up. Eileen uses linocut and mixed-media techniques to develop her own ways of telling stories in the complex layers that they exist in, as well as to demonstrate the ways that we are connected to the Land and to each other.



June 22
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm


Renton Highlands Library
2801 NE 10th St
Renton, WA 98056 United States
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