What better way to spend a summer evening than being part of the Art Attack in Seattle’s oldest neighborhood? Be sure to come early to meet the local & visiting authors and artist for the Hot Off the Press Book Fair, with time peruse all your favorite art haunts. Georgetown fosters a dizzying array of inspiring industrial, fine arts, contemporary visual, performing arts/artists, music, and makers, a paint for every palette.
The FREE and family friendly Art Ride Bus tours the art destinations, including the west end locations such as studio e, the Shed Gallery and Equinox Studios, with pick locations thru out Georgetown, enabling your inner art lover to experience it all.
Come back Sunday July 14 – 10am to 3pm and enjoy the Georgetown Garden Walk & Cross Pollinate. Beautiful gardens host plein air artists, and music all through out the neighborhood. www.georgetowngardenwalk.com
The 5th annual HOT OFF THE PRESS BOOK FAIR features a stellar line-up ofinternational artists including Berlin graphic novelist Ulli Lust, Minneapolis musician and cartoonist Zak Sally (who will perform a set of new music), Atlanta’s Joshua Ray Stephens, Peter Hoey of Coin-Op Books, Kelly Froh and co. of Short Run Micropress, Marc Palm, Max Clotfelter, David Lasky, Megan Kelso, Woody, Jae Bearhat, Rory Frances, D. W., Fogland Studios, Jason T. Miles, Sarah Romano Diehl, Brandon Lehmann, Patrick Moriarity, Reed Olsen, Hair Flip Comix, Tom Van Deusen, Simon Hanselmann, and many more.
Festivities run from 5:00 to 9:00 PM on Saturday, July 13. Exhibition of featured artists on view through September 9.
Artist Clara W. Dudley will be showing Menagerie. Needlepoint and silkscreen
Within the walls of the menagerie are many strange and wonderful creatures. They are collected from the edges of the earth and brought into one place for all to view. Some are small and docile, content with their captivity. Others are large and ferocious, bored and eager to escape.
Pride In Georgetown. Bold, colorful abstracts. Come visit and see the newest work. 6007 12th Ave South above Via Tribunali. Call for a viewing 206-850-3045
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.
On view May 11: Beth Fishman , Melissa Jeter Albrecht , David Johansson , Bridget O’Brien Smith , Markel Uriu . Also featuring Emilie Shepherd‘s exhibit, “Ladies”, mixed medium paintings, for one night only.
Paige Barnes : Mother
In residence July 5-28, open studio on July 13 6-8 pm, performances on 7/27 and 7/28 at 8pm. Barnes merges acupuncture and dance to create connection, belonging, and self-illumination. Using East Asian Medicine theory and its pulse listening method, Barnes creates a participatory experience for people to be a part of and reflected by the art.
Kara Sutra’s Rainbow Connection and Shepherd’s Pie Cook Off
Reigning Queen of the Seas Kara Sutra is kicking off Gay Day at Wild Waves with a Shepherd’s Pie Cook Off and at the Gayest Bar in Georgetown – The Palace!
Funds raised will support ISCSORE General Fund and The 50 Year Anniversary Coronation Shepherd’s Pie cook off entry: 1) sign up via direct message to Kara Sutra 2) make a double batch of YOUR Shepherd’s Pie and bring it before 8pm on July 13th 3) Audience will have the opportunity to taste test and vote on their favorite the night of the show
Open studios with many disciplines painting, printmaking , ephemera and bone readings by an eclectic group of humans. Open 6-9 pm
Free and open to all ages
Join the eclectic collective of the Trailer Park Mall for the Chance Fashion featuring recycled, local, inclusive designers and models.
Expressions in Color and Form . Established in 1991 as the Mary Tudor art studio, she retired and we became Illumination Studio. Standing alone, we have the collection with the most brilliant display of 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.
Fogue Studios & Gallery Partner with Seattle Recycled Arts Festival!
Recycled Arts in the Fogue Gallery Solo Showroom through July 28.
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.
Also showing Fogue Studio Members: Meet the artist members and check out the studio demos!
A growing arts community in sunny West Georgetown, home to over 100 artists working in an inspiring array of mediums, including dance, blacksmithing, welding, woodworking, cycle fabrication, sculpture, painting, film, glass and art performances monthly.
“Peaceful Assembly” brings together works by a wide-ranging group of 6-8 artists including Denzil Hurley, Kathy Slade and others from the PNW along with those from farther afield such as the British artist Jeremy Deller, which reference histories and historical pressure points that resonate today. Many employ the imagery, accoutrements and cultural expressions–from Punk music to indigenous regalia–of public protest, processions, and ceremony in mediums ranging from abstract painting and documentary-style video to industrial embroideries. Guest curated by Melissa E. Feldman
Mercer Estates Georgetown welcomes a New Artist Showcase by Terry Mayberg.
Visit for a lovely wine experience and explore her artistic interplay between color and texture.
Sunday July 14 10am to 3pm
Double Nasty presents the 8th annual Cross Pollinate where resident gardeners host plein air painters, artists create multi-media installations, and musicians line up to play under the hat and around the hood every year in conjunction with the esteemed Georgetown Garden Walk. Sponsored in part by Georgetown Merchants Association and Georgetown Community Council, Cross Pollinate supports local artists, presents art in non-traditional ways, and builds bridges between communities.