|Calendar of Events|
We will be adding live performances, storytelling, speakers and more throughout the year.
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Gift Shop & Gallery Sales--Longhouse Art Gallery Exhibition.
For more than 55 years Earl Livermore’s career as a professional artist has been richly varied--including pottery, print marking, pen & ink sketches, oil, acrylic & water color paintings. In 1969-71, he was the All-Tribes Coordinator of the Native American occupation of Alcatraz Island. Earl is a Blackfeet Indian Artist, receiving professional training
in Seattle at the U of Washington (1959-61), and the Burnly School of Professional Art. In 1964, he studied at Academy of Art in San Francisco. In 1978 he received a Master's Degree in Education at Harvard University. Livermore also studied printmaking at Radcliffe College and pottery at Edmonds Community College.
Exhibit displays thru February of 2014.
Free admission Mon-Sat 10-5.
Special Events-Family Friendly
|Mar 1, 2014 Talk 1-2pm, Pop-up Art Show from 12-4pm|
What Crows Talk About
|Mar 8, 2014 1-3pm|
Duwamish River: the Last 15,000 Years
Geologist Devin O’Reilly shares how glaciers, volcanoes, earthquakes & humans have shaped the river. Take a journey from ice sheets to industry, from salmon habitat to Superfund site, and ponder the future of the Duwamish River Valley. Free. Co-Sponsored by the Seattle Parks Volunteer Naturalist Program.
Participants receive a Green-Duwamish Watershed map that includes information about parks and public access sites, habitat restoration, history, public art, and the pollution and cleanup of the river--with helpful tips on reducing household toxins.
Brown Paper Tickets: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/584845
|Event Support Volunteers are Needed|
Duwamish Extended Family Reunions —The Duwamish Tribe is making the Longhouse available to its members this year for extended family reunions at no cost. Families are responsible for invitations, set-up and clean-up, food and supplies. The Tribal Enrollment Officer will be available to update memberships. To volunteer to coordinate a family reunion, call 206.431.1582. Family reunions will be listed on the tribal website. Subject to availability --weekdays or Sundays only, no Saturdays.
Tilibsdeb “Singing Feet” Duwamish heritage group
Saturdays 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM—free—Dates TBA (To Be Announced).
Contact Cindy Williams for practice dates.
Cedar Bark Prep Class—3hrs--$75
Teacher is Sla'Da Master Duwamish Weaver and Basket Maker. Mary Lou Slaughter is a Duwamish descent of Chief Seattle. Before you can make a cedar basket or weaving, you must first prepare the harvested materials. The teacher will supply cedar bark and students will learn how to take the outer bark off the inner bark. Bring a sharp knife and towel. Date TBA.
Call (206) 431-1582 for more information or to register for classes or gift fair. The Duwamish Longhouse is available for weddings, holiday parties, etc.
Seattle, WA 98106
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last update May 29, 2013