Events for May 17, 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 »
Welcome to the first ever Fisherman's Village Night Market, in conjunction with Fisherman’s Village Music Festival, featuring two nights of art, food trucks, live music, beer garden and over 40 vendors. As always, this event is family-friendly. We can't wait to celebrate with you all, see you soon! WHEN: May 17, 2019, 4-10 PM May […]Find out more »
Defining Cascadia: Crossing borders to improve ecology, economy, and the arts in the Pacific Northwest Cascadia Magazine and UpZones Podcast present a public panel discussion about thinking beyond borders in Cascadia—the bioregion that stretches from northern California to southeast Alaska. Join us for a lively conversation about how the concept of Cascadia can help us […]Find out more »
Metamorphosis is an unapologetic act of faith. Queer Trans People of Color journey around the topic of reclaiming and rebirthing spirituality within their queer communities through spoken word, poetry, and music. Witness how each artist crosses a rainbow bridge that interconnects sexuality and spirituality by embodying their own unique transformation. La Espiritista's "Butterfly: Una Transformacion" […]Find out more »
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