Black Belt Eagle Scout


Black Belt Eagle Scout

Join us for this special concert
6:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 21, Atrium

Black Belt Eagle Scout performs songs from her latest album The Land, the Water, the Sky. Songs from the album have been featured on the FX/Hulu series "Reservation Dogs." Her music is a dynamic combination of guitar-rock and inspiration of traditional elements of Native American music reflecting her Swinomish/Inupiaq heritage.

Supporting Black Belt Eagle Scout is Anchorage-based Ashley Young, a Tlingit musician  who’s vocal dynamic has been described as an array of emotional expressions and warmth.

All-ages. $20 per person. Get tickets at the link below.

“If you can imagine all of the best things that the Pacific Northwest has brought us—Mount Eerie, Grunge, Sleater-Kinney, The Girls Rock Camp, and lush mountain ranges—reimagined and told through the perspective of an Indigenous Swinomish/Iñupiaq woman; if you can imagine the magic that would bring to your life then you can imagine Black Belt Eagle Scout.”

— She Shreds Magazine


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Black Belt Eagle Scout

6:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 21 — In-Person

Black Belt Eagle Scout, the work of multi-instrumentalist Katherine Paul, will perform a set in the museum’s atrium featuring songs from her latest album The...

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