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Get Ready for Halloween w/ Georgetown October 2017 Art Attack | Neighborhood Art Sale, Drinks, Food, Shopping, 40+ Businesses

July 2014 Georgetown Art Attack
Join Art Attack as we usher in the Autumn season with an evening art thru-out historic Georgetown.  Featuring industrial, fine and contemporary visual and performing arts/artists, regional and national, music and activities with a FREE Art Ride, you can to add to your experience with our west end studios and galleries such as Equinox Studios, studio e and SANCA.



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From our partners:
Georgetown Second Saturday Art Attack
October 14, 2017
6-9 p.m. | Free | All Ages
More info: georgetownartattack.tumblr.com | Facebook Page
Map: georgetownartattack.tumblr.com/map

Location: 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.

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery  welcomes a power trio of young cartoonists. Denver’s Noah Van Sciver signs copies his recent graphic novels “Fante Bukowski” and “Johnny Appleseed”, Joseph Remnant of Los Angeles signs “Cartoon Clouds”, and Seattle’s D. W. presents “Mountebank” with a book signing and exhibition. Opening Saturday, October 14, 6:00 to 9:00 PM.
  • All City Coffee  This tribute art show to Dave Mazak will be up thru the month of October. The bird houses were built and designed by 20 artist for the “Love-Hate” exhibit.
  • Rainier Glass Studio Become part of the glass art experience, browse the gallery of NW artists unique blown glass art and stay for live demonstrations at 7pm during Art Attack.
  • Bridge Productions  This October, Bridge Productions presents SUSTAINING NEW PATRONAGE: A BRAINSTORMING PROJECT. This series of events is designed to collectively investigate, research, and demystify the behind the scenes structure of the gallery model as it currently exists. Please join us for our first conversation on 2nd Saturday at 2pm, right before Art Attack, with COLLECT – a group dedicated to fostering new collectors in Seattle. Also featured is a group exhibition of works by Julie Alpert, Tim Cross, Sue Danielson, Emily Gherard, Dave Kennedy, Kat Larson, and more. 12 October – 4 November   Opening reception 14 October 6-9PM
  • Oxbow  is featuring Chris McMullen – Infrastructure -thru October 14. Chris McMullen creates a series of kinetic and participatory sculptures that evoke the modern infrastructure that is required to move people and products around the globe. His installation is the latest in a series of artist residencies, creating site specific installations.                               
  • HOEDEMAKER PFEIFFER  presents KAT LARSON,  In Kat Larson’s latest series of photographs and video, she continues the story of a being from another planet who crash lands on Earth, which serves as a parable to the power of connection, perseverance, and strength of the spirit. Produced by Hoedemaker Pfeiffer, curated by Bridge Productions 10 October – 31 December, Opening reception Saturday 14 October 6-9pm
  • HOEDEMAKER PFEIFFER GALLERY  , ADJUNCT APPENDAGES – Kim Van Someren and Ellen Zeigler, In this group show, Adjunct Appendages, artists use drawing, intaglio, and collage to question the arbitrary functions of bodies, structures, machinery, and limbs. ALGOPLEX II Spacefiller – Alex Miller and Alex Nagy, Spacefiller, a collaborative duo formed by Alex Miller and Alex Nagy present an interactive video and digital installation., Produced by Hoedemaker Pfeiffer, curated by Bridge Productions10 October – 1 December, Opening reception Saturday 14 October 6-9pm
  • Krab Jab Studios  presents Symbolists. Featuring artists from all over the world,  this show explores the continuation of the 19th Century ‘Symbolist’ movement as it enters into the 21st Century.  Rich in meaning and context,  the interplay between art and viewer is dynamic and personal. Show runs thru November 5th
  • Illumination Studio Would you like to see and feel the warmth of color? Come in to Illumination Studio #305, presenting Rostad and Ferrell. Rostad, explores the inner beauty of our neurological system through vibrant color and Ferrell explores spatial and color field through abstraction. Music by “DJ” Luscious Leopard Lips, who brings background music with a Theremin synthesizer and keyboards. With new work up, you’ll be glad you came by.
  • Georgetown Trailer Park Mall  Come join your Trailer Park brethren to resurrect your cosplay from the year, dust off your best fursuit, get your family costumes in order, or just come in your best genderbent Halloween regalia! We’ve got so many prizes for so many special categories that we don’t have the word count to talk about it.
  • studio e   presents WHEN YOU WERE THERE YOU KNEW THE LANGUAGE: New work by Gillian Theobald. This exhibit will include large highly chromatic abstract landscape paintings; collages made from painted found packaging (trash), manipulated into a shallow space; and some drawings of the Duwamish. Theobald typically has done more than one body of work at a time. These three series address the question of our effect on paradise.
  • Wittman Estes  hosts Matthew Whitney | Joel Heflin , Oppositions: Drawing as Past and Future Activity
  • Conceptual artist Matthew Whitney and Multi-disciplinary artist Joel Heflin exhibit recent work on the tension between line drawing as documentation and representative of future activity. Whitney creates meditative paths through public spaces and recreates his walks through GPS and scale line drawings. Heflin’s gestural drawings reflect on abstract emotional values as potential creative activity.
  • Equinox Studios is a growing arts community in 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.
  • Coltura kicks off the “Georgetown No-Gas Mural” project with an evening of art making as artist Craig Cundiff begins his large scale painting at the corner of S Vale St. and Corson Avenue S.  Cundiff’s colorful composition and powerful motif was selected in a national competition. Meet the artist and learn more about the project on October 14 from 6:00 to 9:00 PM. Guests are invited to return for the dedication of the completed mural at the November 11 Art Attack.

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