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Elisa Law holds a B.A. in Anthropology and an M.A. in Museum Studies from the University of Washington and has been working in the arts and heritage sector of the Puget Sound region for nearly a decade.

Prior to coming on board as the Executive Director of Friends of Magnuson Park Historic District, Elisa served as Women’s Suffrage Centennial Coordinator for the Washington State Historical Society, managed the national photography initiative Project 562: Changing the Way We See Native America, researched and wrote the Unsettled~Resettled: Seattle’s Hunt Hotel traveling exhibit and publication with the Northwest Nikkei Museum, and served in Peace Corps Samoa as an educator and village-based development worker. 

In these varied roles, she has had consistent opportunity to exercise creativity and an eye for design which can be seen in this portfolio of exhibition, graphic design and film work. 

When she is not flexing her artistic muscles professionally, she seeks out avenues for expression through the Gage Academy sculpture program, mural painting, building immersive flower installations, collaging, shooting and editing wedding tribute videos for friends, setting up creative photoshoots or planning an outrageous outfit for the nearest costume party.

Elisa currently lives in Seattle with her husband Jered, best friend Emilie and their ne'er-do-well cat Sammy.


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