Exhibition - Coyote Now: Ryan Feddersen

Saturday, Oct 20, 2018 from 10:00am to 3:00pm


You may have heard of Coyote’s epic feats, but what is he up to now?

Part graphic novel, part coloring book this immersive installation brings the adventures of Coyote to life. From land use and climate change to our relationship with nature and technology, Coyote’s tale helps us explain our current world. This illustrated modern-day epic invites visitors to take part in the story by coloring in the illustrated panels using coyote bones cast from crayons. Through this collective creative labor, we bring Coyote back to life – for a little while.

Ryan Feddersen, Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation (Okanogan / Arrow Lakes) is a mixed media installation artist residing in Tacoma, WA. Ryan’s work is characterized by a sense of exploration and experimentation. She was inspired to create interactive and temporary artworks as a way to honor an indigenous perspective on the relationship between artist and community. Her approach emphasizes humor, play, and creative engagement to create opportunities for personal introspection and discovery.

Museum Admission:

General - $10
Students - $8
MAH Members - Free
Children Under 5 - Free