New exhibition opening for the Summer at the Anita Building, 1312 Commercial Street, Astoria.
The exhibition name Pℎot-Choch (pote-ch-oh-ch) is the Chinook word for “Fort George” (Named by French-Canadians) and commonly known now as Astoria, Oregon.
The title of this show was chosen with guidance from Tony Johnson, Chairman of the Chinook Tribe. Astoria, or Pℎot-Choch as Chinooks still call it, is traditional Clatsop Chinook territory.
Opening 6/12/2021 at Anita, this exhibition features an all-Indigenous collection of traditional and contemporary art.
The show will be up through the summer, allowing plenty of time to visit.
Curated by Steph Littlebird Fogel
Celebration June 12th, 4-7PM