Arts & Culture

August 28, 2014 6:13 AM

Critic’s Picks: Marita Dingus at Kittredge, book art at the Collins, downtown theater tours and quilts at American Art Company

Marita Dingus’ art at Kittredge Seattle artist Marita Dingus opens the Kittredge Gallery season with "They Still Hold Us," work that, through discarded and cast-off materials, references the persistence of cultural injustices that affect people of color and runs as part of the university’s Race and Pedagogy Conference at the end of September.

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