The Green-Duwamish, One River for All: From its pristine headwaters near Mt Rainier, above the Howard Hanson Dam through a magical gorge of waterfalls and great walls onto farmland and urban industry, the Green-Duwamish River and its watershed is at the center of our region’s history and future. A new photo exhibit presents a modern view of the river from its headwaters to where it meets Puget Sound, interweaving the human and wildlife connections of the river; presented by renowned photojournalist Tom Reese who has been twice nominated for the Pulitzer Prize and Lisa Parsons a well-respected conservationist and photographer. Experience for the first time a view of the river from its mountain top beginnings to the Puget Sound with these stunning photographs.
t7áWee: Creek of HOPE: The premier showing of Tom Reese’s Longfellow Creek photo exhibit, the first photo exhibit of the creek from its 10,000-year-old headwaters at Roxhill Park to Elliot Bay. This iconic creek which is on the ancestral land of the Duwamish Tribe is the backbone of West Seattle reflecting the many changes of the region as it has developed. Discover little-known places of the creek, the human and wildlife connections, and the questions we face about its future.
Exhibits are presented by Tom Reese, Lisa Parsons, Delridge Neighborhoods Development Association and Duwamish Alive Coalition
Showing Location: Youngstown Cultural Arts Center: 4408 Delridge Way SW, Seattle, WA 98106
Showing Dates & Hours
- Sat 10/9, 12pm-4pm
- Wed 10/13, 4pm-6pm
- Sat 10/16, 12pm -4pm
- Wed 10/20, 4pm-6pm
- Sat 10/23, 12pm-4pm
- Wed 10/27, 4pm-6pm
- Sat 10/30, 12pm-4pm
- Wed 11/3, 4pm-6pm
- Sat 11/6, 12pm-4pm
For groups of 5 or more, special viewing can be arranged. All visitors are required to wear masks and follow appropriate Covid protocols. Please read the following COVID-19 Safety Protocols carefully so we can all stay safe while enjoying this exhibit:
- All guests are required to wear a mask upon entering the building.
- Familiarize yourself with the current signs and symptoms of COVID-19. If you are experiencing any of these, please stay at home.
- Take your temperature before leaving for the event. If it is above 100.4, please stay home.
- If you have come in contact with someone experiencing COVID-19 signs and symptoms, please stay home.