Located on Seattle’s First Hill, the Frye Art Museum first opened its doors in 1952. The founding collection of 232 paintings, primarily late-nineteenth and early-twentieth-century German art, has expanded to include nineteenth- and early-twentieth-century American artworks that complemented the Founding Collection.
A restaging of the Founding Collection as it was installed in the home gallery of Charles and Emma Frye.
Explores the social, political, and economic struggles of Chicanos
Students consider Seattle’s urban environment and humans’ interaction with it
Addresses themes of healing and self-care
Poetry focuses on how black interiority functions under the constraints of an anti-black society