Kanani Miyamoto - The In-Between

In partnership with yəhaw̓, Feast Arts Center in Tacoma will be hosting a series of solo exhibitions by Indigenous artists this winter. yəhaw̓ is an expansive multi-city, yearlong project, celebrating Indigenous creatives through satellite installations across the Puget Sound region, including performances, artist residencies, a publication, art markets, and more. The centerpiece of the yəhaw̓ project is the exhibition opening in early 2019 at King Street Station.

The In-Between a mysterious place maybe a place of tension, maybe a place to create new stories. A place between now and the next thing. 

Kanani Miyamoto is a passionate printmaker. Her training in printmaking is rooted in tradition, but Miyamoto pushes the standards of printmaking in the form of large scale mixed media original prints, and installation. Miyamoto’s work is created with many different techniques. She combines copper plate etchings with screen prints, and wood block prints to create rich and unique installations.

Opening Reception ~ Thursday, November 15th 6-9
Exhibition Dates ~ Nov 15th - Jan 11th