The Scientist Studying Kennewick Man Meets the Tribes for the First Time: The Ancient One now residing at the Burke needs reburying, tribal folks say. He's not Native American, the scientist says. "The day's presentation was 'subtly traumatic.'"
The big news in Seattle art this week is the opening, tomorrow, of the big women-artists-only shows Elles and Elles: SAM. The press preview was yesterday, and the art is just beginning to sink in—it's a lot, and a lot to think about, and yes, you should definitely go to see it. The exhibition includes this artwork, from 1988, called Cornered, by Adrian Piper, which would like to know "What are you going to do?" Another event this week asking the same question is the first-ever Arts & Social Change Symposium at Seattle Center. What are you going to do?: