|The day you have been waiting for has arrived!!!
The 14th annual Georgetown Carnival in Seattle’s oldest neighborhood is happening Saturday June 8 from noon to 10pm!!!
Featuring the World Famous Hazard Factory Power Tool Races, Equinox Studios Interactive Arts, Live Local Music, Beer & Wine Gardens, arts & craft vendors, SANCA acrobatics, spin art, cake walk, kid games, Seattle Recycled Arts Fair fashion show, sculpture garden, booth demonstrations, and so much more!!! The Georgetown Carnival is always FREE and family friendly!!!
Festival Street Stage
Eagles Aerie #1 Brass Band
Adria the Juggler
Seattle Drum School
Sirens of Serpentine
Knights of Trash
Festival Street – 12th Avenue & Vale St.
Spin art, Carnival games, Cake Walk and more!
SRAF presents Artists-in-Action Art Demonstrations on 12th Ave under the overpass from noon to 7:15pm. Featuring free motion Quilting, Mixed Media, Found object assemblage or steel process, Soldering tin with copper foil, Mixed Media with Encaustic, and Recycled music instruments.
Main Stage Music
Seattle Drum School
Bread & Butter
Spencer Moody and the Blind Seekers
Georgetown Brewing Company & Charles Smith Wines of Substance beer/wine garden
local tasty beer and wine – 21 and over with ID
Seattle Recycled Arts Festival Daytime Fashion Show
TRASH WEAR – Clothing made from trash as defined by the City of Seattle (things that cannot be recycled or composted).
GREEN FASHION – Clothes made from reclaimed material that could be worn as everyday wear
DUMPSTER COUTURE – The Haute Couture of Scavenging. Made of 75% anything reclaimed, recycled, repurposed, or reused
Underwood Stables Evening of Music
Caleb and Walter
Johnny7 and the Black Crabs
Elysian Brewing & Mercer Estates Winery
beer and wine for your tasting pleasure – 21 and over with ID
Airport Way S.
The world famous Hazard Factory Power Tool Races beginning at noon Located on the north end of Airport Way S.
Food trucks & art/craft vendors from Corson Ave. to 13th Ave, down through 12th Ave
Equinox Studios Interactive Arts – public participation encouraged brought to you by the artists and makers in sunny west Georgetown. Located on Airport Way S. between Doris Street and Nebraska
Tim Fowler ‘s Art Mobile
SRAF Sculpture Garden , south west end of Airport Way S.
Seattle Recycled Arts Festival ( SRAF) Carnival & Art Attack features:
SRAF will be hosting artists who have created amazing and collectable artwork made from a minimum of 75% reclaimed, repurposed, recycled, or reused materials! Artwork will include garden art, sculptures, and wall hangings. All artwork is for sale!
See SRAF website for specific artist locations during the Georgetown Carnivalhttps://www.seattlerecycledarts.com/event
SRAF Georgetown art venue websites are listed below:
Full Throttle Bottles –www.fullthrottlebottles.com
Machine House Brewerywww.machinehousebrewery.com
The Palace Theatre & Art Barhttps://www.palaceartbar.com/
Fogue Studios & Gallery
Fantagraphics Bookstore at Festival Street Stage
Join us on Saturday, June 8 as we celebrate the Book of Weirdo with Peter Bagge, one time editor of R. Crumb’s influential comix anthology. We’ll display original art and ephemera from the periodical. Bagge will be present to sign copies of this and other recent publications from 4:00 to 6:00 PM.
Seattle Recycled Arts in the Fogue Solo Showroom.
Opening reception June 8th 6:00-9:00. Show closes July 28th
Featured Guest Artists: Anna Grgich, Colleen Monette, Cynthia Turner, Debbie Palmer,Don Campbell, Graham Shodda, Ilene Bernstein, Ingrid Sojit, Jenny Fillius, Joann Wadge, Karen Mueller, Kathy Ross, Kelley Lyles, Launi Lucas, Linda Covey-Campbell, Loran Scruggs, Pat Tassoni, Patti Curtis, Steve Jensen, William Henri
The Hamilton Building
A working space that opens its doors for Art Attack each month. Artist studios & curated exhibitions will be open from 6-9pm upstairs at 6007 12th Ave S, across from All City Coffee in Georgetown. On view May 11: Beth Fishman , Melissa Jeter Albrecht , David Johansson , Bridget O’Brien Smith , Markel Uriu .
Feelings . Artist in residence Matthew Offenbacher will host training for anyone interested in learning basic bystander intervention techniques to use when you see someone being harassed. During his residency, Offenbacher will also present dance performance, a work in progress that uses a body of paintings as both score and scenery to think about the link between ancient Greek iconography and supremacist ideologies, the strangeness of whiteness and maleness to the accompaniment of classic rock.
Bystander Training Workshop – June 8, 3pm – 5pm
Artist reception – June 8, 6pm – 9pm
Outdoor patio featuring Bad Will Market , from funky to chic something for everyone!
Unique local arts, crafts and vintage finds in the funky little trailer park in the heart of the action!
Seattle based artist, Emily Wamsley is a featured artist of the SRAF . She has been honing her skills with mixed media art for several years now in her home studio. However, her primary media is up-cycled tin nailed to wood. Inspiration for her work can derive from anything in the world around her. Her art can be found at #emilywamsley. Exhibit showing June 8th – June 14th At the Palace Theater and Art Bar. Dames of Drag will also be performing the night of the 8th. Come for the Art/Carnival and stay for the show!
Expressions in Color and Form. Established in 1991 as the Mary Tudor art studio, she retired and we became Illumination Studio. If you absolutely love color in all It’s glory then come into the studio that has the warmest, most brilliant display of color in abstract form. Standing alone, we have the collection with the most color of all the stops in Art Attack with Dari Stolzoff , Ferrell, Ramona Bell , and Badieh Bryant showing images in geometric, organic, and spacial on paper, wood and canvas. Also don’t miss Luscious Leopard Lips , our talented D.J. with a Theremin, playing atmospheric music in the background. See you there.
Presents Hidden in Plain Sight. This photography exhibit by artist and architect Kate McLean consists of color 35mm film prints that aim to highlight beauty through color and composition, often in the mundane. Reception and refreshments Saturday, June 8 from 6-9 PM.
Open to the public Saturday June 8 from 6pm – late. Detailed sculpture