Carol Rashawnna Williams is a Seattle-based, interdisciplinary artist who makes work that engages audiences in conversations about social, environmental, and racial justice. While in residence at Seattle University, Williams will create two art installations that include prints, paintings, and sculptures made of primarily recycled or reused materials. These participatory exhibitions are free and open to the public.
At Hedreen Gallery Williams presents a new exhibition that combines and contextualizes Williams' installation works from recent years with a new body of work in monoprint, painting, and sculpture. This exhibition will be accompanied by new writing from Seattle-based writer Beverly Aarons.