The former Indian Heritage school that has been transformed into the Robert Eagle Staff Middle School and Cascadia Elementary in Seattle, WA. All of the Native American murals have been successfully moved into both new schools and preserved. An unveiling ceremony, dedication, and public presentation of the murals, honoring circle, and interpretive panels are scheduled for July 13th from 6-8pm and August 25th from 5-8pm. These events are open to the public and will give the community a chance to see the completed project in person.
The ribbon cutting for both schools is September 5, 2017.
Mr. Morrison will continue graduate school in September at the University of California Santa Barbara to obtain his Master of Fine Art degree.
Indian Heritage Murals
“Many positive things are on-going in the effort to save Andrew Morrison’s Indian Heritage outdoor murals. The two new schools under construction now
have names: Robert Eagle Staff Middle School, and Cascadia Elementary School. With these given names they “now” are living human places. The saved Heritage Murals are now being placed in their final locations at each school—stop by and take a look at 1330 N 90th St, Seattle, WA 98103!” – Johnpaul Jones, FAIA
Click here to download Progress Report 3, March 2016
Please contact Mr. Morrison and also @stilesdaviscutxsew on instagram for purchasing and inquiring for this groundbreaking wearable fashion.
Spinoy is a film that documents Mr. Morrison’s most recent mural in Deering, AK and a mural tribute to his friend Peter Bordner (Spinoy).