Events for May 3, 2019
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Edge of the Universe will feature new abstract work by Washington-based artist Andrew Rubinstein. Using layers of oil to create colorful parallel lines and "interstellar gateways," Rubinstein meditates on the anxiety of the edges of the universe. In his work, Rubinstein creates new laws that govern emerging patterns and then breaks them down, producing compositions […]Find out more »
Seattle-based artist Gretchen Frances Bennett explores issues related to visual perception at the intersection of personal and historical memory. Working primarily in drawing, she demonstrates a preoccupation with mundane yet cinematically-inflected moments that retain the fascination of a time diffuse between past and present. She is perhaps best known for luminous color pencil translations of […]Find out more »
Come see what we've brought to life this spring! Crush/Repeat 2019 will feature the work of nearly 100 artists, and you won't want to miss it. In preparation for this annual community event, participants of all ages and experience levels chose a small project to repeat every day during the month of March. Mediums include […]Find out more »
From Petrograd to the Soviet of Washington: The 1919 Seattle General Strike in a time of revolution A May Day Celebration!
Featured Speaker: Patrick Burns Union carpenter who built lodgings for water protectors at Standing Rock, North Dakota. Freedom Socialist writer and active with Organized Workers for Labor Solidarity. Friday, May 3, 7:00pm Strike Kitchen Supper 6:00pm Hearty beef stew with vegan option Door donation $3, strikers & students $1 Supper: $6 - $10 sliding scale […]Find out more »
Crosscut presents two days of thought-provoking conversations and innovative thinking, tackling the most important issues of our times. Journalists, politicians, authors, and newsmakers from our community and around the nation come together to take a hard look at the people, policy and events that shape our lives. Featuring the following organizations: Slate The New York […]Find out more »
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