Base Residency Open House with Hexe Fey
Base Resident Artist Hexe Fey (he/they) is an interdisciplinary mover, art worker, and community harm reductionist. Hexe is using the Base residency as a research and praxis intensive exploring pow wow dancing and the Ghost Dance in relation to personal and sociopolitical history, ancestors, family, and indigenous futurisms.
Please join us at Base on Saturday September 24 at 5pm for Hexe Fey's Base Residency Open House.
Seating is limited; please reserve a free ticket in advance. Masks are required for entry.
Transportation to Base:
Base is most accessible via the 124, 131 and 132 bus lines. From the 131 and 132 bus stop on 4th and Michigan its approximately a 5-10 minute walk/roll. Using the 60 and 124 bus lines, it is about a 15-20 minute walk/roll from the bus stop on Corson Ave S and S Warsaw St. There is free parking all around the Equinox Studios complex.
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Base: Experimental Arts + Space (View)
6520 5th Ave S #122
Seattle, WA 98108
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|
Accessibility at Base:
The Factory has a ramped entrance located at the north end of the building (through the orange door); the southern entrance of the building is only accessible by stairs. The building has limited outside lighting and can be difficult to navigate and locate when its dark out.
Once inside, Base is accessible by ramp through our front doors. Please note that Base is not a scent-free space. The Factory has two gender neutral multi-stall restrooms and two single stall restrooms that are wheelchair accessible.
Because we share a building with other studios, there are often industrial noises throughout the building and heavy machinery operated such as forklifts.