Art Walk Reception: Savannah LeCornu
Saturday, March 18 at 6:30 p.m.
Before the Saturday, March 18 evening performance of Between Two Knees, join us in celebrating Savannah LeCornu's special exhibition of "Ah yes, that old indian saying.."
This collection of works explores Savannah LeCornu’s experiences as an indigenous person. It celebrates the people and moments that are behind each piece she has created. This lobby exhibit is curated in conjunction with Between Two Knees.
Meet The Artist
Savannah LeCornu is an Indigenous artist and theatre maker originally from Ketchikan Alaska who now resides in Bellingham Washington. She is Tsimshian (Wolf Clan), Haida, and Nimiipuu (Nez Perce). Savannah primarily draws and paints in traditional and digital formats. Her focus is combining formline, line art, and ledger styles to create modern new pieces. Her art is centered on celebrating Indigenous peoples. Savannah received a B.A in Theatre at Western Washington University where she concentrated in playwriting and lighting design. Savannah was the recipient of Ucross Foundation's Native American Fellowship for Visual Arts in the Spring of 2022. Learn more here.