About this Event
Storme Webber presents her collaborative work, Home of Good: A Black Seattle Storyquilt.
A Voices Rising: LGBTQ of Color Arts & Culture Project
Curated and produced by Storme Webber
Home of Good: A Black Seattle Storyquilt is a subjective and collective story quilt uplifting narratives of Seattle’s traditionally Black Central District, in Duwamish Territory. Inspired by the closing of the over 60-year-old Home of Good Barbeque, in 2017 Voices Rising created a series of quilting circles at Washington Hall.
Featured presenters include:
- Storme Webber, Artist
- Tory Trujillo, Musician
- Elizabeth Bete' Morris, Lead Designer
- Dr Maxine Mimms, Advisor & Historian
- Rev Harriett Walden, Advisor & Historian
RSVP to experience Storme Webber share poetry & cross-genre storytelling inspired by quilt images.
In accordance with the statewide indoor mask mandate, all visitors — regardless of vaccination status — are required to wear masks while in the gallery space.
Banner Artwork: Detail from Home of Good: A Black Seattle Storyquilt by Storme Webber
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
ARTS at King Street Station, 303 S. Jackson Street, Seattle, United States