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Q Arts and Trikone NW invite you to a celebration of South Asian art
Q Arts and Trikone NW invite you to a celebration of South Asian art
For the latest installation in the Seattle LGBT Center art gallery, Q Arts has joined forces with Trikone Northwest, the support group for the South Asian LGBTQ community. Featuring photography, painting and sculptural works by a diverse array of local artists, the opening reception for this month long show will be held Saturday, July 28th from 6pm to 9pm at the Seattle LGBT Center at 1115 E Pike Street on Capitol Hill. In addition to the complimentary beverages normally served, this reception will also feature native foods of south Asia prepared by the artists and members of Trikone NW as well as music and decoration from the region. Admission is free but many of the works are for sale and donations to Q Arts are always greatly appreciated.

Trikone Northwest was founded 10 years and is a sister to the original Trikone group founded in San Francisco. Originally started as a social and networking group, the organization has added educational, supportive and political components to the mission statement of the group in its efforts to create a positive space for differently oriented South Asians, their friends, families and supporters. Co-founder and photographer Mala Nagarajan will be one of the artists displaying their work this month, as well as fellow photographer Meena Fatimi, painter Neelu Bhuman, sculptor/multi-media artist, Jyot Singh and others to be announced. The show will continue its run in the Center gallery through August 31st and can be viewed during regular Center hours and dependent on volunteer staffing and occupancy of the gallery for other scheduled events.

Q Arts is the arts committee of the Seattle LGBT Center and proud to be celebrating its 5th birthday this month. The committee is currently seeking new members to help in the planning and production of future shows and events. To volunteer, contact them via email at artgallery@seattlelgbt.org or drop by the Center. Q Arts is also looking for artists for its next group installation in October, Vampire Pixies from Uranus, a sci-fi/fantasty/horror themed show. Please submit your work by September 15th to the same email address with images and description of the work as well as artist contact information.

A QArts press release

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