Posts tagged with "installation"
Kamla Kakaria at Shift
Marigold Mesh is a solo exhibition by Kamla Kakaria.
Show Runs: Nov. 5th through Nov. 28th, 2015Shift Gallery, Tashiro-Kaplan Arts Complex 312 S. Washington StreetSeattle, WA 98104...Continue reading
Karin Schminke Installation
Karin Schminke will be previewing a permanent installation at the new art-infused Rubix Apartment Building in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood on October 8 from 4-8 pm. A different artist was assigned to each of the seven floors to create a unique “neighborhood” identity through installations spanning three spaces on each floor. In additio...Continue reading
2015 Larry Sommers Fellowship Winners
This year’s Larry Sommers Fellowship was awarded to the collaborative team of John Holmgren and Nick Conbere. They will create a series of prints that will expand on an ongoing project exploring manipulations of landforms, based on their investigations of the dams of the Columbia River. A central theme is the struggle to comprehend implications...Continue reading
Sheila will share stories about the artists that she has worked with and have inspired her over the span of her long career as a printmaker, collaborator, master printer and witness to so much of Seattle's print history.
Join us for a tour of West Seattle artists showcasing their work out of their local studios.
Celebrate the work of acclaimed artist Daniel Minter and his vivid exhibit at NAAM, *Daniel Minter: Carvings*
Opening First Thursday – June 1, 6-8 pm, exhibiting through the month of June.
Marit Berg and Myrna Keliher have a show opening this First Thursday at Core Gallery.
APPLICATIONS DUE: JULY 15TH, 2017
The purpose of this fellowship is to support artistic excellence in the areas of print arts, book arts and works on, or of, paper. The award will provide a stipend of $2,000 to produce new work or to support a project in progress. The selected artist will be determined by the artistic excellence of the work presented in the application, juried by a panel of arts professionals. The selected artist, or artist team, is required to present a talk about their work, scheduled at their convenience, to the Seattle Print Arts membership. The first $1,000 will be awarded when the artist is selected. The remaining $1,000 will be awarded after the artist's presentation. The presentation may take the form of an online video if travel to Seattle is not possible. In addition to the monetary award, the chosen artist will receive a one-year Seattle Print Arts membership.
Please apply here.