Closed till Mid – Sept
to Prepare New Exhibit. More soon…
Sacred Circle Gallery holds Daybreak Stars curated exhibits of Native American art, featuring contemporary and traditional Native American Art by a wide range of internationally recognized, and local artists.
In addition to our Gallery, the center’s permanent collection is noteworthy. A visit to Daybreak Star Center should be sure to include both exhibits.
Sacred Circle Gallery Current Exhibition
- In Development
Call for Artists:
Our goal is to revitalize the Sacred Circle Gallery by incorporating as many voices of the local Native community and beyond through visual, performance, and literary art. We hope to bridge relationships with other art institutions and galleries across the state and country. This gallery is a space where Native people can express their sacred and sovereign identities without limitations.
I am reaching out to you to call for art commissions and donations. The works We are seeking at the moment include:
- Visual Art – paintings, drawings, prints, and photography.
- Sculpture and carvings
- Local Literature – books, publications, poetry, and zines
- Handmade jewelry and wearable adornments
- Custom clothing and regalia
- Audio Recordings – drum groups, local Native musicians of all genres, language lessons
- Weavings and textiles
- Greeting cards, small gifts, toys and ornaments
- Please share and send all inquiries to email@example.com
Gift Shop (Hours of Operation Wednesday – Friday 9:30-4pm)
Sacred Circle Gallery has a wonderful Gift shop with Native American made consignment pieces and original art, as well as books, and other items. Stop by to browse our amazing collection.
In 1975 the City of Seattle’s 1% for Art Program allocated $80,000 for the Daybreak Star Center for an original collection of Native American Art across cultures. Native American artists were selected through a national competition to create a group of works representative of contemporary India and Alaskan Native art. The Daybreak Star Arts Center opened to the public in 1978.