Indigenous Stewardship of the Salish Sea
Protecting the x̌ʷəlč: Indigenous Stewardship of the Salish Sea exhibit illuminates how water is intertwined in every aspect of living.
About the Exhibit
Friday, June 15 - Thursday, August 30, 2018
Level 8 Gallery, Central Library
x̌ʷəlč is “Salish Sea, saltwater” in Lushootseed
Northwest Washington’s tribal communities have long recognized the importance of water and water-based resources in sustaining life in this region. Come explore how the sea and the rivers, and the wealth of resources in them--the salmon, whales, tule, and shellfish--are important to the region’s tribes and the work they are doing to protect those resources for future generations. Curated by Shannon Kopelva and Jennifer Ott.
Photo Credit: Rika Manabe
This exhibit is part of Beyond the Frame – To Be Native, a community-wide initiative revisiting the photographs of Edward S. Curtis and sparking conversations on Native identity, race and resilience, art and culture.
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