You're invited to attend this special evening event with artist E.T. Russian, recipient of a Harlan Hahn Disability Studies award for their exhibition DOUBLE CLEAR

The UW Disability Studies Community will be gathering to celebrate E.T.'s exhibition & closing night!


WHEN: Sunday, March 1, 2020, 5-7PM

WHERE: Hedreen Gallery on Seattle University Campus
901 12th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122

Hedreen Gallery website

The talk and the exhibit are free and open to the public.


In this interactive and accessible exhibition, artist E.T. Russian meditates on choosing what to live for. Russian is interested in making art that appeals to a broader audience than the one typically catered to, not limiting the experience of enjoying their art to just one sense, but multiple senses at once. Using animation, sculpture, and poetry, Double Clear follows gargoyles encountering surreal events as they fly over cemeteries, bridges, and water. Closing night of the exhibition March 1, 2020 (Sunday) 5-7PM Russian will give an artist talk in conversation with collaborating artists Lucia Leandro Gimeno, Rana San and Wynne Greenwood.


Access Information:

The night will include ASL interpretation with CART captioning. The Hedreen Gallery is wheelchair accessible.


The Hedreen Gallery is open Wednesdays-Fridays 1-6PM for DOUBLE CLEAR

2 Hour Parking is available on the street and visitor parking is available in Seattle University parking lots.


E.T. Russian has received support for DOUBLE CLEAR from the University of Washington Harlan Hahn Disability Studies Award, 4Culture, Seattle Office of Arts & Culture and Short Run.

Learn more on their website.

Questions about this event? Contact Joanne, jwoiak [at] uw [dot] edu