August 3 – 27, 2017
Opening Reception ($50): Thursday, August 3, from 6pm-12am
General Admission ($10): Daily August 4-27
Out of Sight 115 South Jackson Street, Seattle, WA
Out of Sight is an annual survey of contemporary art in the Pacific Northwest exhibited in the historic neighborhood Pioneer Square in Seattle, Washington. Running concurrent and adjacent to the Seattle Art Fair, it populates over 18,000 square feet Continue reading Out of Sight →
White Out is a temporary artistic intervention on a street-side building at Delridge Playfield. Working with the concept of erasure and reemergence, the artwork will change and disintegrate throughout the installation. The artwork’s transformation is an illustration of the rapidly changing neighborhood, and a symbol of the resilience of the Delridge community. Continue reading White Out – Put Art in Parks →
First Friday: Blessing by Corwin Clairmont & Gallery Talk: August 5, 5-8PM
Saturday + Miles R. Miller: August 6, 10 AM – 12 PM
MAM is pleased to present Not Vanishing, a survey of significant artworks by American Indian artists from the Pacific Northwest region. Continue reading Not Vanishing in Missoula →
Six artists from the sgʷigʷialʔtxʷ at 20 exhibition, Vickie Era-Pancretz, RYAN! Feddersen, Patti Puhn, Richard Rowland, Alex McCarty, and Malynn Wilbur-Foster, will be at the Evergreen State College Art Gallery to talk about their work on Tuesday April 26, 2016 5PM to 7 PM.
See RYAN’s work in the upcoming show:
2016 Sgwigwial?txw@20 Building Upon the Past, at 20: Building Upon the Past, Visioning Into the Future
This year the “House of Welcome” Longhouse Education and Cultural Center at The Evergreen State College is celebrating 20 years of groundbreaking work promoting indigenous arts and cultures through education, cultural preservation, and creative expression.
Continue reading Evergreen Longhouse Exhibition →
RYAN! FEDDERSEN selected for the 2015-2018 Public Artist Roster.
The Public Artist Roster is the primary tool used by the Art in Public Places Program (AIPP) for artist selection for site-responsive, commissioned artworks. Continue reading ArtsWA 2015 Public Artist Roster →
Read an article detailing the story behind the 900* Horses project by Kevin Taylor for Aljazeera America, Native American Artists brings 900 horses back to life.
Read an article on RYAN’s practice written by Jen Graves for The Stranger, Touch the Untouchable.
RYAN! FEDDERSEN was selected to participate in Emerging Indigenous Voices. In summer of 2011, twelve young adult artists, ages 21 to early 30’s who have demonstrated extraordinary skills at expressing their talents through work influenced by the hip-hop subculture and urban and political art such as printmaking, graffiti, media and mural painting were invited to participate in a 3-Tier artists fellowship program. Continue reading Emerging Indigenous Voices →
Capitalizing on the strong art community in the Seattle area, Strange Coupling was formed in 2002 to establish a meaningful connection between local artists and current UW students. The collaboration of eight “Couples” (paired student and local artists) culminates in an exhibition in April 2012. This years coupling process will be juried by The Strange Co. Organizers with the help of Catharina Manchanda, Director of Modern Art at SAM, and Kris Anderson, Director of the Jacob Lawrence Gallery.
2012 Artists include: Julie Alpert (MFA 2008), Tosh Beres, RYAN! FEDDERSEN, Troy Gua, Susie Lee (MFA 2006), and Amanda Manitach.
The Project Rooms weekly Online periodical OFF PAPER poses the Quest(ion) “What is the first thing you ever made?” to artist RYAN! FEDDERSEN. Click here to find out.
Read an article highlighting RYAN!’s work written by Skylar Browning for the Missoula Independent, Postcard from Basin: The future of American Indian Art.
RYAN! FEDDERSEN was selected alongside four Native American artists to participate in the American Indian Artists Residency for the month of September 2010 in conjunction with the Confluence of Red Nations Symposium on September 11-12th. The AIAR is a fully funded month-long program in Basin, Montana. The residency program and symposium are expanding awareness of contemporary Indian life, providing and developing useful strategies for cultural survival and supporting art through residential creative space and intertribal dialogue.