Inspired by the (literally) groundbreaking '60s and '70s land art movement, Blackfish has partnered with local Native American artists to bring challenging new installations and performance works to the gallery space. As part of this month's programming, Blackfish will also offer free shuttle rides to and from their new "Sight Land" space, a four-acre outdoor art site in the East Columbia neighborhood. This weekend, Native artist Toma Villa will share their carving skills at the gallery and at the Sight Land location.
Native American Carving with Toma Villa on Aug 12 and 13.
Free shuttle of artist-run buses between the gallery and the outdoor site "Sight Land" on three Saturdays in August: 13th, 20th, and 27th during regular business hours.