What Would Betsy Ross Do? is a community-based art project showcasing creative reactions to the political climate of the United States. Imagining Betsy Ross, the creator of the iconic Stars and Stripes, conceiving of a design in 2017, Seattle-based artist Margaret Chodos-Irvine invited artists, students and community members to redesign the American flag. The exhibition is a range of reactions, resistance and the collective use of taking charge of one’s viewpoint through art.
Hours: Tuesday - Saturday 11am to 5:30 pm
Open First Thursdays until 8pm for the Pioneer Square Artwalk