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Statewide Arts Events

Events across the state for artists and arts enthusiasts. Click here for upcoming Artist Trust events.

April 2018

  1. SENIOR EXHIBITION April 26th - May 25th Opening reception: April 25th, 5pm to 7pm University Gallery/Ingram Hall Gallery hours: 8am to 4pm Monday - Friday or by appointment Please join the Department of Art & Design as we celebrate the accomplishments of our graduating artists in the culmination of their degree program.

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  2. The Intersection of Art + Math will explore the many ways artists use mathematical ideas and theories to create their work. Featured artist Harold Hollingsworth with have a new installation in the Schack mezzanine gallery. Opening reception: April 26, 5-8pm Admission Free Schack Art Center

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  3. This workshop, led by publicist Staci Smith, guides you step-by-step through the media relations process and helps you determine the most cost- and time-effective methods and resources for launching a successful campaign regardless of the scope of your project, your budget, or time restrictions.

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  4. The Pancakes & Booze Art Show provides art lovers an opportunity to explore more than 350 pieces of artwork created by some 75+ artists local to Seattle’s unparalleled art scene. Alongside viewing an immense variety of pop art, fine art, and photography; show goers can sip on some of the dankest craft beer or signature cocktails while consuming free pancakes over and over again.

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May 2018

  1. Kelly Bjork’s gouache paintings of bright, domestic interiors make you wish you lived in her world. Kitchens are filled with springy houseplants and squares of bright sunshine; living rooms are tidy, cheery and intentionally furnished; and every floor is clean enough to eat off of. ZINC contemporary is proud to present a solo exhibition of the Seattle-based painter’s gouache paintings on paper, as she continues her exploration of intimate moments between people and their domestic spaces, and between each other.

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  2. The Shape of Things by Neil LaBute Spotlight Series - Directed by Tom Smith May 3 (Opening Night), May 4, 5 at 7:30pm: May 5 (Student Discount Performance), and May 6 at 2 pm KHP Studio Theatre Adam is a slightly overweight 20-something with not much going for his life. When he begins to date Evelyn, a dynamic art student, he finds himself becoming a better version of himself - but at what price? Contains adult content.

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  3. Come celebrate architectural reuse, historic preservation, and support local arts as we kick off Historic Preservation Month with a Salvage Art Show! The event will feature wares made by local artists and craftspeople and live music. The art fair is free and open to the public! Come spend the day looking at great art and shopping the salvage yard.

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  4. Exploring everything from intimacy to toxic masculinity to why gyms are awful and always will be, hooked up is an evening of entirely true stories and songs, featuring a four-piece, all queer band! With music ranging from rockabilly to alternative to 2000s pop, follow Peter through a whirlwind of misguided determination to answer the question: what are we left with when the illusions dissolve?

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  5. Towards Impressionism traces the development of French landscape painting from the schools of Barbizon and Honfleur up to Impressionism, featuring over forty works from the extraordinary collection of the Musée des Beaux-Arts, Reims, alongside works from the Frye Founding Collection.

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  6. Background: On May 17 and 18, 1942–on the authorization of President Franklin Roosevelt and the signing of Executive Order 9066–over 700 Japanese Americans were forcibly evacuated from Tacoma’s Union Station and sent to Pinedale Assembly Center near Fresno, California. Though a small fraction of the population returned to Tacoma, the city’s once-thriving Japantown never returned to its prewar vitality. Each year, Japanese American Days of Remembrance are held around the nation to commemorate the anniversary of this unjust and unconstitutional mass incarceration. This year will mark Tacoma’s third Day of Remembrance in recent memory.

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  7. A Tony Award winning musical brimming with songs and dances that have become musical theatre standards, including Steam Heat and Hernando's Hideaway. Based on the novel 7 1/2 Cents by Richard Bissell.

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  8. In this hands-on workshop, multidisciplinary artist Jenny Hyde and photographer Laree Weaver lead you through the process of lighting, staging, and shooting your work and provide instruction on basic camera settings and technical aspects to capture the ideal image.

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June 2018

  1. This course provides the hands-on skills for photographing jewelry. During the class, students will look at samples and various styles of professional jewelry photos, and discuss how to emulate them. Lighting, backdrops, props, and tripods will be discussed in detail.

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  2. Renowned vocal star of the international stage in performances with symphony orchestras and big bands, Dee Daniels joins the SRJO for a swingin’ concert of her favorites music—from the jazz hits of Billie Holiday and Sarah Vaughn to great American songbook classics by Gershwin, Porter and Kern. This concert will feature special arrangements from her most recent CD recordings, including “Nature Boy” and “Almost Like Being In Love.”

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  3. Renowned vocal star of the international stage in performances with symphony orchestras and big bands, Dee Daniels joins the SRJO for a swingin’ concert of her favorites music—from the jazz hits of Billie Holiday and Sarah Vaughn to great American songbook classics by Gershwin, Porter and Kern. This concert will feature special arrangements from her most recent CD recordings, including “Nature Boy” and “Almost Like Being In Love.”

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  4. Renowned vocal star of the international stage in performances with symphony orchestras and big bands, Dee Daniels joins the SRJO for a swingin’ concert of her favorites music—from the jazz hits of Billie Holiday and Sarah Vaughn to great American songbook classics by Gershwin, Porter and Kern. This concert will feature special arrangements from her most recent CD recordings, including “Nature Boy” and “Almost Like Being In Love.”

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  5. Mini Photo Workshops are half-day photography workshops in my home studio on Bainbridge Island for visual artists of any medium – 2-D, 3-D, sculpture, jewelry, pottery, fiber, metal, glass, etc. We will talk about lighting, focus, cameras, props, and set up a photo shoot using samples that you bring in.

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July 2018

  1. The Northwest Stone Sculptors Association invites you to join us Camp Pilgrim Firs for up to eight days of stone carving, communing with nature, and enjoying the camaraderie of fellow stone enthusiasts. Bring yourself, your creative energy, your humor, tools, and a favorite piece of stone. If you don’t have stone or tools, we have an entire tent set up for beginners with tools and instructors. Guest artists Candyce Garrett, Francesca Bernardini and Deborah Wilson will share their experiences with carving granite, limestone, marble, basalt and jade. Tamara Buchanan & Ruth Mueseler will mentor beginning sculptors with an introduction to safety and tools.

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  2. An intimate gathering of creativity...a sharing of ideas...community interaction and fun! Join the "art jam experience" in the barn at Rock Hollow Farm...Sequim...July 20, 21 & 22...check our website for location and updates.

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August 2018