Artists, half from Oregon and half from Washinton, selected by jury to participate in a show celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act. All of the work produced for the show is to be done in and off wilderness areas in Oregon and Washington
We’ll be selling lots of goodies on the sidewalk outside Greg Kucera Gallery during August's First Thursday Art Walk in Pioneer Square. Stop by and buy a book to support Artist Trust and the artists of Washington State!
A one night only exhibition at Georgetown’s Castle will feature mixed media paintings by Seattle artist Amy Pleasant, artworks from national and local artists, a one-act play which pointedly and humorously explores divided loyalties and life transitions and multimedia featuring the public’s submissions.
Meet artist Romson Regarde Bustillo in the Beacon Gallery at BIMA. This informal setting will allow visitors to ask questions and to hear the artist elaborate on his process and the themes running through his artwork.
Valuable legal strategies to secure payment for your artwork or artistic services and explain the legal remedies available when you don’t get paid what you’re owed. Appropriate for artists of all disciplines and attorneys who represent them.
EDGE offers artists a comprehensive survey of professional practices through a hands-on, interactive curriculum that includes instruction by professionals in the field as well as specialized presentations, panel discussions, and assignments. EDGE provides artists with the relevant and necessary entrepreneurial skills to achieve their personal career goals as well as to develop peer support and exchange.
We’re all a little “starstruck” when it comes to our favorite movie stars. But nobody does it better – or more hilariously - than musical funnymen Captain Smartypants. From silent film star Charlie Chaplin to noisy film star Sandra Bullock, Starstruck shines the spotlight on the movies we love the most, and those we love to roast.
Join artist Fred Lisaius and explore masking techniques and apply paint with rollers, squeegees, and sponges. It will be a relaxed and fun class where students are encouraged to take chances, make mistakes and have fun.
The Vaudevillians,” a fictional 1920s duo, were literally frozen in time while touring in Antarctica. Thawing out nearly a century later, they discover their original music has been co-opted throughout the years—and they’re not going to stand for it.
It’s 1963 and an assassin’s bullet catapults Lyndon Baines Johnson into the presidency. A Shakespearean figure of towering ambition and appetite, the charismatic, conflicted Texan hurls himself into Civil Rights legislation, throwing the country into turmoil.