Sacred Circle Gallery reopens with grant, new manager

United Indians of All Tribes Foundation (UIATF) has named artist Andrew Morrison as the gallery and gift shop manager for the Sacred Circle Gallery at Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center (5011 Bernie Whitebear Way) in Seattle’s Discovery Park (3801 Discovery Park Blvd.).

A Seattle native, Morrison is a professionally trained artist with Native American roots. Morrison was born into both a Native American Haida carving family from Hydaburg, Alaska, and an Apache-language-speaking family from the San Carlos Apache Reservation in Bylas, Ariz. He has studied Northwest Coastal Native American artwork his entire life and has studied Native American symbolism. He is best known in Seattle for his “Great Murals of Indian Heritage” at Wilson Pacific School in North Seattle.

The Sacred Circle Gallery at United Indians has showcased traditional and contemporary Native American art from leading artists throughout the United States.

This position is funded in part, by a grant from Seattle’s Art Means Business Program.