Seattle’s Favorite Haunt Saturday, October 12th, 6 – 9 pm

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Help usher in the Fall by joining us in Seattle’s oldest (and reportedly most haunted) neighborhood, as we celebrate with spooktacular art, hot tea or coffin, decadent wine or spirits and live (or dead) music and performance. We promise we won’t bite (ah-ah-ah!).

Jump aboard the free Art Ride to check out our west end locations such as The Equinox and SANCA (see our map for Art Ride bus stops).

Among the Arts & Entertainment Highlights:


All City Coffee features ceramic artist Aaron Murray with “Shadow Boxer”.

Calamity Jane’s is presenting the polychrome watercolor paintings of Native American artist and shaman THUNDERCLOUD.

District presents the original works of romance novel artist Franco Accornero. In addition, a collection of late 60s cheesecake portraits will be on view.

Equinox Studios is in full force, featuring the open studios of:

Alair Wells blacksmith, smithing away at her forge that night
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John Kirchenbaum come see the new dining chair. It’s magical and it   moves!

Jeff Olhoeft carves away at what only appears as stubborn stone.  He can talk about responding to stone like how Michelangelo responded to marble
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Rick Crelia  of Crooked Raven Forge is at the entrance, you can’t miss him hammering away! Talk and he will listen and answer your questions about blacksmithing
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M. Anne Sweet will be printing history for the Muckleshoot Casino, see how time flies
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Betty Jo Costanzo immersing you in her painted world with her Lake Chelan series.

Syd Shera ceramic artist, resetting her studio for production to make multiples.

Sarah Woodson has Downing Pottery’s successful line of mugs, pasta bowls, pitchers, plates and salt boxes
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James Ryan of Tandem Productions will be in the house to answer your questions about metal fabrication, large art installation, and his design business.

Karl Seng makes giant flowers, metal grids made into robot lamps, and combines techy castoffs, giant flowers blown up to huge proportion. Plus great music.

Fantagraphics Bookstore and Gallery presents Jim Woodring and FRAN (comic book geniuses) with live music by Stephen Steinbrink.

The Georgetown Liquor Company  presents the funky, iconic low brow caricature art of Amber Marie Austin aka “the Creeplys”.

The Georgetown Trailer Park Mall brings an evening of bewitching local art, magical vintage goods & haunting live music by Bone Cave Ballet & Case and Ctrl! Special guest Pop-up Shop hosted by local independent fashion designers, Mira & Anna of Seidrs Studio.

Kassie Keith Pop-Up has new inventory and unusual picks to ponder.

Krab Jab Studio presents “DIVINITY”, an artistic exploration of the divination arts, featuring Drew Tucker, Ellen Miffitt, Erick Lingbloom, Heather Hudson, Javier S Ortega, Kelly Lyles, Kree Arvanitas, Laura Cameron, Margaret Organ-Kean, Michael Kimble, Shirrstone Shelter Dolls, Stephanie Law, Tamara Clammer, Tara Larsen Chang, Terese Nielsen, Yvette Endrijautzki. Get your fortune read by Tamara Clammer and Sindy!

Machine House Brewery  has a photography show “Truth is Stranger…  The best of the weird from award-winning local photojournalists”.

Mary Tudor & Ferrell features Mary Tudor art with timeless, iconic, images verging on being meditative objects and Ferrell with spacial and abstract paintings. Music by Luscious Leopard Lips, the Georgetown atmospheric music DJ with a Theremin synthesizer.

Modern Mystics and Pinup Girl Lingerie present ‘A Night in Giza’
A Grand opening gathering to celebrate the New Earth and return of the Pleiadians featuring jewelry, handmade and custom clothing, and metaphysical supplies for the universal seeker.

Robin’s Nest Garden Collectibles & Flea Market  is hosting a “meet & greet” with Treisa Vendramini and showing her “Modern Mediterranean” paintings.

Revolver Vintage features a wall of art from various points in time and space.

SANCA School of Flight has joined Art Attack via the Art Ride bus! Flying trapeze demonstrations by SANCA Flyers and Pay-per-Flight opportunities to fly for Art Attack patrons! Journalists and Press ride free (show your credentials)!

Spectrum House Salon & Photography presents painter/sculptor Corey Urlacher – Goatus Art in his “Shroud” series.

Waxing Impressions features an open studio – learn about the process of encaustic painting!