Upcoming JEDI Events

Gardens for BIPoC
Graham Visitor Center, Washington Park Arboretum
Ongoing, Monthly
Schedule, urbhort@uw.edu

​​Gardens for BIPoC is a new, free monthly tour that takes place in the Washington Park Arboretum, serving folks that identify as Black, Indigenous, and/or a person of color. These groups have historically been underrepresented and underserved in public garden programs. We hope that our free tours can help remove some barriers BIPoC folks may have to accessing our gardens as well as create a safe and inviting space for BIPoC to connect with one another in nature!

Our tours include a casual walk through various areas of the Washington Park Arboretum, feature seasonal viewing of collections plants, explorations of botany, and the cultural significance and history of each plant for the BIPoC community will be highlighted along with the history of the UW Botanic Gardens.

UW Botanic Gardens is committed to enriching the lives of all community members with free public tours. Our 1st Thursday Free Arboretum Walking Tours are also guided walks through the Arboretum and open to the general public. 

Registration is not required for these tours, but are on a first come, first serve basis.

 

EXHIBIT: Americans Incarcerated: A Family’s Story of Social Injustice
Bainbridge Island Museum of Art
550 Winslow Way, E Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
Exhibit open through June 12, 10am – 5pm

Everett-based artists Jan and Chris Hopkins collaborate on this continually-evolving project to memorialize the impact of Executive Order 9066, which resulted in the mass evacuation and incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War II. This award-winning exhibition overlaps with the 80th Anniversary of the Japanese American Exclusion from Bainbridge Island. 

 

One Seattle: Re-establishing housing diversity in Seattle’s Neighborhoods
Gould Hall (GLD)
Mon, Jun 6, 2:30 – 6pm
Link to register for online access

Please join Associate Professor Rick Mohler, Instructor Matt Hutchins, and students for an overview presentation, exhibit and open house featuring work from the UW Architecture 508 Graduate Research Studio exploring “missing middle” housing typologies in Neighborhood Residential Zones in five Seattle neighborhoods. This work is inspired by and intended to inform the One Seattle Comprehensive Plan Update, which is underway and will be completed in 2024.

In order to attend the online Overview Presentation, please register and we’ll send you a Zoom link the day of the event. After the Presentation, there with be an Exhibit and Open House in Gould Hall with light refreshments.