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Crush/Repeat 2019

May 4, 2019 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

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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 photography, painting, sewing, sculpture, music, writing, video, and more. Topics range from lighthearted to deeply personal, from envisioning new futures to reconciling the past.

Borrowing inspiration from a national project called Fun-a-day, established artists and first time creators alike are emerging from winter together using art as an act of resistance, resilience and growth.

Opening party: Thursday, April 11th 5-9 PM with short performance of writers, musicians and dancers at 7pm. (Capitol Hill Art Walk)

Gallery viewing hours: April 12th-May 4th
Thursdays 5-7, Fridays 1-7, Saturdays 1-5

Closing party: Thursday, May 9th 5-9pm
(Capitol Hill Art Walk)

*All events and spaces are fully ADA accessible and have a strict fragrance free policy.

Thank you to The Office of Arts and Culture, Gay City and Third Place Design Co-operative.


May 4, 2019
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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