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Unseen Sacrifices at Center for Contemporary Art

Unseen Sacrifices Center for Contemporary Art, Seattle Washington

The Center of Contemporary Art Seattle (CoCA) is pleased to present Unseen Sacrifices, an exhibition featuring artists Ashanté Kindle, Satpreet Kahlon and Holly Ballard Martz. Unseen Sacrifices will run from July 2 – August 22 with a virtual opening on First Thursday at 6:30pm.
Unseen Sacrifices seeks to open dialogue between community members about what emotional labor means both to them personally and also how it is used within our community at large. To encourage viewers to reexamine how invisible labor is valued, who is expected to perform it, as well as, reflecting on the emotional labor they have both given and received.
Exhibit Information:

Unseen Sacrifices

July 2 – August 22, 2020
Satpreet Kahlon, Ashanté Kindle and Holly Ballard Martz explore the term emotional labor in CoCA exhibition: Unseen Sacrifices

Kindle is a current MFA candidate of the University of Connecticut.

https://www.ashantekindle.com/about

Kahlon is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, where she received a full-fellowship to pursue her MFA in sculpture. She has also been named one of the 35 most influential people in Seattle by Seattle Magazine.

https://www.satpreetkahlon.com/statement

Ballard Martz holds a BFA in printmaking and a BA in business administration from the University of Washington.

http://www.hollyballardmartz.com/about

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