Local artist Myra Rara will showcase her thought-provoking work on contemporary urban issues facing Seattle this Thursday at the Capitol Hill Art Walk:

Hybrid_Space presents Myra Rara‘s Not Even Barely Legal: (Desperately) Creative Infill Development as a part of the Capitol Hill Art Walk. Stop by from 6-9pm to check out Myra’s prints & chat about Seattle’s constantly evolving built landscape.

about the event:

Not Even Barely Legal is a whimsical look at the potential of interstitial space in the face of a housing crisis. Part paper architecture, part comics, and part activism, NEBL tells a visual narrative of unconventionally shattering our classist, unsustainable zoning practices.

about the artist:

Myra Lara is an architectural designer, cartoonist, and activist. Through her experience, education, and engagement, she firmly believes that place matters and that spatial justice is imperative for our communities to thrive.

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Myra Rara

www.myralara.com // @nullthread

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HyBrid_space
Thursday, May 11
6 PM – 9 PM
HyBrid_space is located at 1205 E Pike St, # 2D, Seattle, Washington 98122

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Laura Loe (Bernstein) is an educator, musician, and gardener from Colombia/NY/LA/Chicago who has lived in Seattle since 2009. Her writing has appeared in The Urbanist, The Seattle Globalist, South Seattle Emerald, and International Examiner. She was elected to the Sierra Club's Seattle Group in 2016 and chairs their housing work group. She is passionate about womxn urbanist voices, climate justice, community ownership, equitable community development and renters' rights. Laura organizes independently to form ad-hoc collaborations with like-minded folks and performs civic matchmaking that leads to unlikely allyships. Yes in Our Backyards #YIOBY // Tweets as @yimbysea. She was recently referred to by a neighborhood activist as Seattle's "Worst Urbanist Propagandist".