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End of Day presents a selection of portrait and landscape paintings by American artists from the Frye Art Museum’s permanent collection. Spanning the period between the Civil War and First World War, the images oscillate between an embrace of progress and a sense of nostalgia for what was perceived to be a simpler American era.Find out more »
A Partnership for Youth exhibition, Frame of Mind: Storytelling Through Animationshowcases the results of an eight-week workshop for teens led by teaching artists from Reel Grrls, during which students develop, animate, and edit their own stop-motion film projects.Find out more »
Toyin Ojih Odutola’s drawings, paintings, and prints question physical and sociopolitical identities as they pertain to skin color. This suite of three lithographs, recently acquired for the Frye Art Museum’s collection, demonstrates Odutola’s signature approach to portraiture, in which the sitter is seen obliquely or from multiple, unusual angles within one composition.Find out more »
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Blind Study - 3rd Annual Anniversary Group Exhibition ZINC contemporary | Pioneer Square Artist Reception Thurs, August 1, 2019 in conjunction with First Thursday Art Walk Pioneer Square and the Seattle Art Fair Exhibit runs August 1st - September 11th, 2019 Contact: Lindsey McDonald, Director of Public Relations Lindsey@ZINCcontemporary.com | 308.390.3154 […]Find out more »
In recent years, China under the leadership of Xi Jinping has embarked on an ambitious international infrastructure investment program called the Belt and Road Initiative or BRI. The initiative has seen China sign agreements or implement projects with countries worldwide, including in Southeast Asia, East Africa, and Latin America. Dr. Spencer Cohen, Senior Economist at Community Attributes Inc., will share his thoughts on the BRI, […]Find out more »
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