Catch major league baseball between Seattle Mariners and Mets at Safeco Field.
Every year PCNW celebrates the graduates of the Certificate in Fine Art Photography program through a comprehensive exhibition of their thesis work. These works not only mark the culmination of a year's worth of artistic practice but also represent a new generation of artists. s
This film drama from the American South (a region under-represented in the landscape of independent cinema) was inspired by the life of Harold Camping, the zealot (infamous or beloved, depending on who you ask) who ruled a many-million dollar fundamentalist Christian radio empire (140 stations on 4 continents) until his death in late 2013.
SuperSones play the sublime music known as Son - the acoustic dance music of the Cuban countryside that inspired modern Salsa. Son is a unique blend of Spanish guitars and harmony, Afro-Cuban percussion and swing, call-and-response singing, and trumpet improvisation. From the 1930's in Havana to the present moment, Cuban septets like SuperSones have inspired people around the world to dance and celebrate.
Bainbridge Performing Arts Presents Twelfe Night this July.
In the heart of summer, the Bloedel Reserve offers the ideal backdrop for Twelfe Night, or What You Will. In the exotic Mediterranean dukedom of Illyria, there is a plague upon the land. Everyone is in love - with the wrong person. Disguise and deceit are the order of the day as a love triangle entangles an ever-widening circle. Only music has the power to cure the madness of love.
Best pals Valentine and Proteus find themselves rivals for the affections of the beautiful Silvia while Julia, Proteus' forgotten gal, hatches a plan to win back her man. As the two gents play out their foolish ideas of love, their servants Speed and Launce create a comic contest of their own in a hilarious battle of wits. This mid-century take on the impulsive nature of romance will win your heart.
The Construction Zone provides playwrights with opportunities to develop and share new work, while providing audiences with an intimate and meaningful exposure to the process. Plays chosen for the series are of the moment and feature gifted playwrights from around the country. Performed by professional artists and followed by discussions
Young and old will delight in the whirlwind antics of the three pigs, a French Canadian woodsman, and Cornelius B.B. Wolf, who might actually get something to eat, if he doesn't keep blowing things away. First produced at the Children's Theatre of Massachusetts.
Scott Kolbo creates hybrid installations that ingeniously enliven traditional drawing with video projection, animation, and sound. His most recent series focuses on socioeconomic problems that impact the lives of children. Kolbo teaches digital media and printmaking at SPU.
Hall Spassov Gallery, a contemporary art gallery, will make its debut in Seattle this summer. Currently located in downtown Bellevue, HSG is opening a second gallery in Pioneer Square, located at the corner of 3rd Avenue South and South Jackson Street. What better way to celebrate the opening of the new space than with a special exhibition: User Profile.
The Bainbridge Performing Arts Gallery showcases regional artists in monthly rotating exhibits in the C. Keith Birkenfeld Lobby and regularly participates in the First Fridays Art Walk.
The exhibition will be selected by juror, Michael Sweney, who is currently the Manager for the Art in Public Places Program with the Washington State Arts Commission. A member of the Tacoma Arts Commission and Tacoma Art Museum's Collection Committee, Sweney's work is informed by almost 20 years experience as an art dealer and curator in New York City (Charles Cowles Gallery) and Seattle (Davidson Contemporary).
The exhibition features the work of 14 artists who embrace and glorify the concept of PostGlamism pop culture and history through a mastery of mediums in both small and large scale including: neon, glass, painting, photography, interactive video installation, found objects and performance.
Artswest Playhouse and Gallery presents a group show, Animals. Artists include Jean Burnett, Joseph Flood, Thorly James, Stacey Neumiller, Brenda Scallon and Tim Suchland. Artist talk and Reception: Thursday 6/12, 6pm-9pm.
In this new body of work Ellen Heck continues her exploration of the societal fashioning and self-fashioning of female identity during childhood and early adolescence through play and costume. Drawing on predecessors as varied as Mary Cassatt and Frida Kahlo, Heck captures moments of unselfconscious action as well as reflection and introspection using her distinctive technique that mixes color woodblock and intaglio.
This exhibition features the intimate watercolors, drawings and drypoints of Japanese artist Shigeki Tomura. Each image encapsulates a singular moment such as the thawing of snow, leaves fluttering in the wind, or sunlight dancing on water. Tomura's work captures the transient beauty of nature and reminds us of the peace and sudden awareness which can be found when we stop to look at the world around us.
This selection of lithographs and wood engravings from Harold E. Keeler's Seattle period demonstrate the artist's love of the Pacific Northwest. This July exhibition incorporates pieces done throughout his time in Seattle and contains such readily identifiable landmarks as the Pioneer Square pergola, the Seattle waterfront and the Cascades, all rendered in his distinctive form of abstraction.
Enjoy twelve exceptional chamber music concerts during the month of July at the Illsley Ball Nordstrom Recital Hall at Benaroya Hall. There are FREE pre-concert recitals at 7:00 pm before the main concert begins.
1931 Berlin - the capital of divine decadence, liberal thought, and cultural transformation while the shadow of the Nazis threatens to engulf all of Europe. It is the beginning of the end. Welcome to Cabaret, the iconic musical by the creators of Chicago which revolves around the seedy happenings of the Kit Kat Klub and its regulars. Winner of countless awards, this sizzling musical reminds us that "life is a cabaret, old chum, and you'll love this Cabaret."
Gallery artists Karen Dedrickson, with fluid washes and strokes of sumi ink; Mark Ditzler, in brilliant fused glass forms; Jim Madara, constructing wall pieces in tinted and textured concrete; and Tara McDermott through her photographs of simple and clarified landscapes, show new work reflecting the many connotations of the word "blue".
Renowned artist James Lavadour (Walla Walla) created Crow's Shadow Institute of Arts to use art as a transformative tool within the Native American community. This exhibit includes contemporary prints made by 10 of their artists (plus James Lavadour himself).
The inspiration rose from different sources but the results were similarly spectacular for three local artists - Ken DeRoux, Robert Dean and Diane Baxter--featured in July at the new Burien Arts Gallery.
Fountainhead annual "Transitions" exhibit showcases the previous year's graduates of the Aristides Classical Atelier at Gage Academy of Art.