CASINO: A PALIMPSEST
FRYE ART MUSEUM
AUGUST 5 – OCTOBER 29, 2017
The Frye Art Museum is proud to present Storme Webber’s CASINO: A PALIMPSEST. Through family photographs, archival records, and poetry, Webber unearths a personal history of one of the oldest gay bars on the West Coast, the Casino. Meeting at the confluence of First Nations and pre-Stonewall-working-class-LGBTQ cultures in Pioneer Square, Webber’s work valorizes the submerged stories of marginalized peoples, and of the land itself.
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