Join Georgetown Art Attack for a beautiful summer night featuring industrial, contemporary visual and performing arts/artists both regional and national, music and activities at over 40 locations! Jump aboard the FREE Art Ride to check out our west end locations such as Equinox Studios, studio e and SANCA
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Airport Way S corridor between Lucile S and Bailey S. over 40 locations!
The Georgetown Art Attack, held on the second Saturday each month, represents an ongoing effort by area artists to celebrate the creative diversity of Georgetown and generate public sentiment favoring preservation of this wonderful civic asset. More than 40 Georgetown enterprises participate, featuring a lively array of visual, performing, and applied arts.
Seattle’s Only Free Art Ride Bus runs up and down Airport Way South and to The Equinox and Laurelhurst Cellars every 15 minutes, from 6 – 9:30 pm. Hop on the “Art Ride” and let us pamper you! Look for the “Art Ride” bus stops, manned by fanciful tour guides.
- Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery welcomes acclaimed indie comix artist Sammy Harkham and wishes a fond farewell to the Intruder at the second annual Hot Off the Press book fair at Fantagraphics Bookstore! This colorful festival features tables of local handcrafted comix and zines by many of the Northwest’s most admired artists. Special guest Sammy Harkham will sign copies of the newly released Kramer’s Ergot 9 anthology as well as his alluring self-published serial Crickets. Another attraction is Seattle artist Josh Simmons signing the latest installment of Jessica Farm project, a highly conceptual comic book series designed by Harkham. After-party action at Machine House Brewery.
- Georgetown Records will be featuring new music by seminal Seattle punk band Chinas Comidas with a spoken word performance by the band’s charismatic singer Cynthia Genser at 7:30 PM.
- Bridge Productions presents new installation and video work by Seattle artist, C. Davida Ingram for her solo exhibition, “Lexical Tutor”.
- The Hammie Salon is featuring the paintings of Kate Petty. “I work with the concept of liminality. It is a state that is ambiguous and hidden. In the subliminal, things are unconscious. But liminal is barely perceptible; it’s a state of being in-between. Sometimes boundaries between worlds are well defined; but liminal suggests a spaciousness, often hazy, like the transition from dreaming to wakefulness or dark to light. It is like twilight.” – Kate Petty
- Miller School of Art Bring an acoustic instrument or dancing feet and play amidst the growing collection “Joy” by Heather Danso. Working in acrylic tints and mediums, her dramatically delightful portraits and playful abstracts intentionally celebrate diverse expressions of empowerment, happiness, and beauty explored through her own unique process.
- Krab Jab Studios presents “Im’ago Primordialis”, a rare opportunity to see fantastical realism from around the world! Also referred to as “visionary surrealism”, curator Don Farrell brings to Seattle over 20 of the best artists in this genre under one roof, including local artists Bryan K. Ward, Jeff Mihalyo, William Fahey, YvetteEndrijautzki and Don himself. All new work by Brigid Marlin, Peter Gric, Roku Sasaki,Tomasz AlenKopera, Steven Kenny,Liba W. Stambollion, Igor Grechanyk, Amanda Sage,Autumn Skye Morrison, Susannah Martin, Andrew Gonzalez, Otto Rapp, Forest Rogers, Jean Pronovost, Miguel Tio, BenjaminVierling, and Martina Hoffmann. Additional works by Ernst Fuchs, Robert Venosa, and HR Giger. Local artists in attendance as well as Brigid, Otto, and Miguel. Opening: Saturday, July 9th, 6 – 9 pm. Runs through September 3rd.
- Mainframe is pleased to exhibit new works by Seattle based artist Kerrie Deck, Amy Maloof, and Seattle/NJ based artist Sophie Spies. This exhibit presents works by each artist working in textile, digital media, and found object that explore random pattern as autobiography, the new culture of observation, and storytelling. Closing reception Saturday, July 9th from 6pm – 9pm.
- Eight and Sand proudly presents Amanda Stalter in her solo show titled See That Silver Shine. Her work can be described as new contemporary, surreal figurative art. Amanda is somewhat newly transplanted from Los Angeles and is one of the main driving forces behind The Drawnk, a great drink and draw group here in Seattle.
- Georgetown Trailer Park Mall is excited to host the second KARAOKE NIGHT for July’s Art Attack! Bring your voices and your favorite, well-practiced song choices, and we’ll handle the rest. The event goes from 6-9pm at the mall, located at 5805 Airport Way S. at the corner of Homer Street. Don’t just see the art… BE THE ART!
- studio e is honored to present Let’s Explode In A Climaxical Burst Of Being Here, the work of Tim Kerr. An original member of the skate punk band, the Big Boys, and currently playing with Monkeywrench, Tim has also established himself as a notable painter. Juxtapoz recently characterized his solo show at the Rosa Parks Museum as “linked to justice and knowledge.” Please join us in welcoming Tim at his first Seattle art opening.
- Equinox Studios is an arts community in West Georgetown, home to over 100 artists working in an inspiring array of mediums, including blacksmithing, welding, woodworking, cycle fabrication, sculpture, painting, film, glass and more.
- Machine House Brewery is exhibiting the works of Al Bee, a self-taught painter, tattoo artist and world traveler whose colorful gouache and ink paintings conjure surreal, dreamlike psychological universes.
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