Re:Acclimating event to showcase native flute performance, environmentally conscious conversation

  • Saturday, February 10, 2018 12:00pm
  • Life

On Friday, Feb. 16 from 6 to 8 p.m., the Kirkland Arts Center will be hosting an evening of meditative native flute and environmentally conscious conversation with Paul Che oke’ten Wagner.

The event marks the end of Re:Acclimating, a juried, group exhibition that has been addressing humanity’s impact on the environment since Jan. 9.

Paul “Che oke’ten” Wagner is an internationally known presenter of traditional songs and stories of his Coast Salish tribal ancestors. Most recently, Wagner has been actively involved with issues surrounding the Dakota Access Pipeline movement.

Kelly Dylla, who is the executive director of the KAC, will sit down with Wagner to discuss nature, climate change, and art. The People’s Choice and Jurors’ Choice awards will be announced.

Drinks and light snacks will be available.

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