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Between its design work for clients, such as the Frye Art Museum and the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture, and its curation of the always-intriguing Design Lecture Series, creative firm Civilization can do no wrong. So it’s no surprise that their new gallery, Non-breaking Space—located inside their new 1st Avenue office in the former Roq La Rue space—launched with a grand-slam. The gallery’s first exhibition, The Design of Dissent, showcases 50 years of politically oriented graphic art from around the world, at turns funny, poignant and jarring, all selected from the collection of designer-philosopher Milton Glaser. On view through April 6. 

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