Exhibition Opening Reception

Those Without Voice

Saturday, December 10, 2016
12:00 – 2:00 pm

Remarks in auditorium at 1 pm.

Location
Foyer

Join us to celebrate the opening of

Those Without Voice

Those Without Voice—a Partnership for Youth Exhibition presented by the Associated Recreation Council RecTech Program at Yesler Community Center and the Frye Art Museum—is an exploration of sight and perspective. Created by youth and interpreted through photography and video, this exhibition comprises an array of images that reflect on what constitutes art, offer alternative visions of urban life, and acknowledge the blind eye that society turns towards injustice. In bringing a refined lens and complexity of thought to this unified theme, the student artists affirm the diversity and strength of young people’s world view, while also asking the viewer to consider the dynamics of power associated with vision and perception.

Those Without Voice is a 2016 Frye Art Museum/Yesler Community Center: Partnership for Youth program funded by the Associated Recreation Council, Frye Foundation, Seattle Office of Arts & Culture, US Bank, Nordstrom, and Frye members and supporters.


Abdisemed Ali. The Reflection. Photo courtesy of the artist.

Free, no registration required