Wednesday, March 29, 2017. 7:00 pm.
Whatcom Museum (Old City Hall)
121 Prospect St,
We’re excited to announce the ‘Stand & Resist: Artists Protect the Salish Sea’ series of events!
Here’s the scoop: Stand.earth will showcase local and regional artists who explore the intertwined issues of the Salish Sea, place and home, climate and fossil fuel threats, and alternative futures.
Stand & Resist takes two forms: An evening of live performance art on 3/29 at the Whatcom Museum in Bellingham, WA, and a week and a half long (3/29 to 4/7) exhibit of visual arts (hours below) at the Sylvia Center for the Arts, capped by a public reception on April 7th during Bellingham’s monthly Art Walk.
About the evening of performances: This two hour event followed by a reception features regional artists Tracy Rector, Imani Sims, Robert Lashley, Rena Priest, Nahaan, Dana Lyons, and Julie Trimingham, in an evening of poetry, music, and essay. 3/29 at 7 pm at Whatcom Museum’s Rotunda Room in the Old City Hall, 121 Prospect St, Bellingham, WA (Tickets required). For more on the 3/29 evening event and performance artists, and to reserve complimentary tickets, please visit our EventBrite page: https://
About the exhibit: From flyers to banners, performance to protest, totem poles to puppets, artists have helped residents of the Salish Sea grapple with the complexities of fossil fuel projects and generate the courage to resists. Come visit the gallery at the Sylvia Center for the Arts at 205 Prospect St, Bellingham, WA, for a showcase of artists standing up and resisting the fossil fuel threats to the Salish Sea and our climate.
Weekdays: Thursday 3/20 to Thursday 4/6 11:30 to 2 and 4 to 6
Saturday 4/1 from 12 to 5
Sunday 4/2 closed
Friday 4/7 4 to 10 pm with an evening reception during the Art Walk
Where: The Sylvia Center for the Arts, 205 Prospect Street, Bellingham WA
Dana also performs at the April 7th reception.
As part of Stand & Resist, we will also provide information on current threats to the Salish Sea, how you can take part, and how we can work together to protect our home.