Arts & Culture

June 25, 2014 12:00 AM

I (photo) Tacoma: Jesse Michener captures her love for the city in "Tacoma (253)" at Fulcrum Gallery.

There’s a love affair going on right now in Fulcrum Gallery, Tacoma, captured on camera and visible to all online. No, nothing salacious – in fact, the perpetrator got a grant to do it. We’re talking about “Tacoma (253)," a solo photography exhibition by Tacoma artist Jesse Michener that just opened at Fulcrum Gallery. It’s Michener’s love for Tacoma – and it’s people – that’s displayed though 253 photos hung like washing lines around the gallery’s four front walls, and the show is the result of two years (and a Spark grant from the Greater Tacoma Community Foundation) of walking around our city, meeting our people and asking them what they love about life.

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