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Soo Hong: “Rain Village”

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EXHIBITION: June 8 - Aug 6

Artist Soo Hong's exhibit “Rain Village” is an ongoing community based project bringing forth conversation on topics of belonging and empathy.

Using the symbol of a raindrop, Soo invites patrons to participate in an example of social practice by contributing to the ongoing mural of a topographic map of Kirkland by adding marks to the map.

KAC would like to invite patrons to attend artists panel discussion “Finding Home: Conversations on Community and Creativity,” on 07/09 at 3 pm for a dialogue with artists Maja Sereda and Rupa Palasamudram, facilitated by Associate Curator Ellen McGiven and Miha Sarani.

Closing reception will provide an opportunity to see the completed mural, so join us on 08/05, from 6-8 pm.

Kirkland Arts Center Gallery

Kirkland Arts Center Gallery

620 Market St, Kirkland, WA 98033, USA

Wed–Fri 12–6; Sat 12-4



The Kirkland Arts Center Gallery supports local artists and curators by providing a space for engaging exhibitions. These shows inspire art appreciation and creativity in the Kirkland arts community. Our contemporary gallery features 5 to 6 shows per year in a variety of media on diverse topics. The KAC Gallery is free and open to the public, including our opening receptions.

KAC also hosts satellite exhibitions at other locations, including the Kirkland Public Library. Our satellite exhibition program highlights local artists and brings their work out into the community.