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Marie Watts’ two installations are on display at the MAC.Photos courtesy of Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture (Photos courtesy of Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture / The Spokesman-Review)
Marie Watts’ two installations are on display at the MAC.Photos courtesy of Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture (Photos courtesy of Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture / The Spokesman-Review)

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“Forget-me-not”

What: Exhibit by Native American (Seneca) artist Marie Watt features two large installations. In “Mothers and Sons,” hand-sewn woolen cameos of Inland Northwest servicemen who have died in the Iraq war are hung on a large, circular woolen lattice along with cameos of mothers who have passed away. In “Blossoms,” handmade woolen blossoms representing Iraqi civilian casualties blanket a massive piece of columnar basalt. Also included are huge fiber wall hangings made mostly of recycled blankets.

When: Saturday through Oct. 26; artist talk and opening reception Friday, 5:30 p.m.

Where: Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture, 2316 W. First Ave.

Cost: $7/adults, $5/seniors and students (free for members)

Call: (509) 456-3931

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