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David Kennedy Visit Seattle Partner!
Now through 4/24/2014
Keyword: Visual Arts & Galleries Region: Pioneer Square

David Kennedy is a photomedia artist and recent MFA graduate of the University of Washington. His interests center on the narrative, re-contextualizing ordinary occurrences into allegories and personifications. His gallery exhibition, a combination of video projection and photography, will be on the theme of desire.

Gallery4Culture
101 Prefontaine Place South
Seattle 98104
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Robert Campbell and Preston Wadley Visit Seattle Partner!
Now through 4/25/2014
Keyword: Visual Arts & Galleries Region: Downtown

This two-person exhibition offers an in-depth look at Art faculty members Robert Campbell and Preston Wadley's work, following their sabbaticals over the last year. Campbell will be showing several video installations in the gallery, sharing the space with an extensive series of photographs by Wadley.

Cornish College of the Arts
1000 Lenora Street
Seattle 98121
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Pull, Twist, Blow: Transforming the Kingdom of Glass Visit Seattle Partner!
Now through 4/26/2014
Keyword: Museums Region: Fremont / Ballard

Explore the works of young, contemporary Swedish glass artists, how they relate to their predecessors, and how they are addressing the future of glass.

Nordic Heritage Museum
3014 Northwest 67th Street
Seattle 98117
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In the Book Of
Now through 4/26/2014
Keyword: Theatre Region: North Seattle

Lieutenant Naomi Watkins returns stateside and opens her home to faithful friend and Afghan translator, Anisah. When Anisah's visa is called into question the whole town goes to war over this suspicious stranger. But as fireflies light up the night, romance launches a stealth attack showing us that anything can happen. "In the Book Of does land a few hard punches, yield some honest laughs and raise some live-wire issues." Misha Berson, Seattle Times.

Taproot Theatre
204 North 85th Street
Seattle 98103
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Laura Hamje
Now through 4/26/2014
Keyword: Visual Arts & Galleries Region: Capitol Hill / Central District

Laura Hamje's recent work entails architectural structures - buildings of course, but frequently bridges and construction sites. Her paintings have an abstract appeal. That is, when first looking at her work, it is this abstract quality that first captures the eye, then as a kind of backbeat, the subject matter kicks in. She thinks abstractly but paints descriptively. These factors are a difficult combination to keep in mind as one paints; Laura Hamje does it very well.

Prographica
3419 East Denny Way
Seattle 98122
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Anne Petty
Now through 4/26/2014
Keyword: Visual Arts & Galleries Region: Capitol Hill / Central District

Anne Petty's paintings have a compelling psychological presence brought about by posture and body language. There is anxiety and stress, sometimes overtly, other times, subtly presented. The paintings have an impressive expressive presence as well as rather extraordinary formal excellence. She knows how and when to abbreviate description of landscape and interior spaces. In the human figure she knows what is the essential detail and what needs to be broadly handled. Anne Petty's meeting of form and expression makes for a formidable series of paintings indeed.

Prographica
3419 East Denny Way
Seattle 98122
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Sabe Lewellyn: Kalliphilia/Kalliphobia
Now through 4/26/2014
Keyword: Visual Arts & Galleries Region: Pioneer Square

Sabe Lewellyn visually reflects on the perceptions of beauty through the everyday and not-particularly-beautiful banal aspects of our lives. This exhibition will explore the preoccupation of beauty in western art as well as the dissolving of beauty as arts focus has shifted over the past 100 years. Sabe Lewellyn proposes new qualities for contemporary art to explore. In #transmigure, the Artist invites the viewer to participate with the white box by documenting objects they bring and sharing them via social networks.

Gallery 110
110 South Washington Street
Seattle 98104
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Betty Sapp Ragan - Geometry Rising: Part I
Now through 4/26/2014
Keyword: Visual Arts & Galleries Region: Pioneer Square

Betty Sapp Ragan's body of work pushes the viewer to question the negative and or positive effects that the establishment of new buildings have within communities, especially when they are built on particular architectural sites.

Gallery 110
110 South Washington Street
Seattle 98104
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April Show
Now through 4/26/2014
Keyword: Visual Arts & Galleries Region: Greater Seattle Region: South

Burien's new gallery at 826 S.W. 152nd St features "Hot Mess: Works in Encaustic by Four Artists." Maureen Hoffmann, Colleen Monette, Lori Steigers Newsom and Marji Waller Thompson are the artists.

Burien Arts
826 Southwest 152nd Street
Burien 98166
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Camille Patha: Irascible
Now through 4/26/2014
Keyword: Visual Arts & Galleries Region: Pioneer Square

The April exhibition at Davidson Galleries represents the beginning of the next chapter in the remarkable career of the painter Camille Patha. The artist's journey over the past five decades, so ably mounted in the concurrent Tacoma Art Museum's exhibition A Punch of Color: Fifty Years of Painting by Camille Patha sets the foundation for her newest body of work.

Davidson Galleries
313 Occidental Avenue South
Seattle 98104
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Lockwood Dennis: Retrospective
Now through 4/26/2014
Keyword: Visual Arts & Galleries Region: Pioneer Square

Over his forty-five-year career Northwest artist Lockwood "Woody" Dennis created a large portfolio of over 500 woodcuts, drawing inspiration from diverse traditions such as German Expressionist prints, vintage cast-metal toys, Japanese woodblock prints, comic art, and WPA era industrial design.

Davidson Galleries
313 Occidental Avenue South
Seattle 98104
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Fuente Ovejuna Visit Seattle Partner!
Now through 4/26/2014
Keyword: Theatre Region: Queen Anne / Seattle Center

When the town of Fuente Ovejuna is brutalized by a tyrannical commander, it falls on the shoulders of a young woman to ignite a rebellion. Written by Lope de Vega, the "Spanish Shakespeare," and based on historical events, this neglected classic from the Spanish Golden Age is as politically charged today as it was when it was written over four hundred years ago.

Seattle Center
305 Harrison Street
Seattle 98109
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Meet the Maker Sunday Series
Now through 4/27/2014
Keyword: Visual Arts & Galleries Region: Downtown

Northwest Woodworkers Gallery presents Meet the Maker, learn about studio furniture styles, production methods, and finishes while getting to know the members and expanding your knowledge of their local wood media artisan movement.

Northwest Woodworkers Gallery
2111 1st Avenue
Seattle 98121
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Kids Design Glass Visit Seattle Partner!
Now through 4/27/2014
Keyword: Visual Arts & Galleries Region: Greater Seattle Region: South

Kids Design Glass program invites children 12 and under to design a glass sculpture. Each month, one entry is selected by the MOG Hot Shop team. Two sculptures are created - one for the child designer and one for the Museum's collection. Designs are created in the Hot Shop on the last Sunday of each month. Some past pieces from this program are currently on display in Art Alley, Hotel Murano and Mary Bridge's Childrens' Hospital.

Museum of Glass
1801 Dock Street
Tacoma 98402
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Crafting a Continuum: Rethinking the Contemporary Craft Field Visit Seattle Partner!
Now through 4/27/2014
Keyword: Museums Region: Bellevue / Eastside

An international perspective on the innovations in craft over the past half-century. Traveling from Arizona's ASU Art Museum, the show features over 60 examples of exemplary work in wood, ceramic, and fiber drawn from their existing craft collection. Work by emerging artists including Sonya Clark, Anders Ruhwald, Mark Newport, and Alison Elizabeth Taylor, as well as recent acquisitions by several national and international artists, reflect current trends in the field. These works are placed alongside pieces by influential, established artists such as Peter Voulkos, Ed Moulthrop and Dorothy Gill Barnes to present a clearer understanding of craft's trajectory through the present day.

Bellevue Arts Museum
510 Bellevue Way Northeast
Bellevue 98004
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Reflections
Now through 4/27/2014
Keyword: Visual Arts & Galleries Region: South Seattle

In the Main Gallery, they present Reflections. Gallery artists Jacqui Beck, Shari Kaufman, Annie Moorehouse, Joan Robbins, and Juliette Ripley-Dunkelberger show new work in ceramics, acrylics and mixed media. Jacqui Beck acknowledges that art inspires reflection; she says, "Art is an opportunity to become aware of things we may have missed," and creates work in which we may all see ourselves.

Columbia City Gallery
4864 Rainier Avenue South
Seattle 98118
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Off the Grid
Now through 4/27/2014
Keyword: Visual Arts & Galleries Region: South Seattle

In the Guest Gallery, they present Off the Grid. This exhibit of grids includes work by nine artists who have been meeting every month for ten years to critique each other's work, offer advice and network. Now for the first time, they have all created work on the same theme. What resulted is this fascinating exhibition. Included are prints, paintings, collages, encaustics, etchings, and artworks that incorporate digital technology. The artists are: Linda M. Brooks, Suzan Fant, Margaret Liston, Joan Stuart Ross, Ellen Rutledge, Karin Schminke, Judy Talley, Kappy Trigg, and Joan Wrench. Curated by Joseph Pentheroudakis.

Columbia City Gallery
4864 Rainier Avenue South
Seattle 98118
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The Tutor Visit Seattle Partner!
Now through 4/27/2014
Keyword: Theatre Region: Greater Seattle Region: East

One aspiring young novelist thinks he has discovered the formula for success: slaving over his novel in the morning and tutoring rich kids in the afternoon to pay the bills. Unfortunately, his characters are starting to develop attitudes of their own. But muses can come in the least expected places, and his latest "cash cow" student, a sullen 16-year-old from the Upper Eastside, just might have the key to his success. Set to a fun and energetic pop score, this new musical comedy is filled with family drama, creative angst, and romantic blunders that will leave you smiling.

Francis J. Gaudette Theatre
303 Front Street North
Issaquah 98027
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Impressions of the French Riviera and Provence
Now through 4/27/2014
Keyword: Visual Arts & Galleries Region: Queen Anne / Seattle Center

Northwest artist, Valerie Collymore spent her formative years on the French Riviera. After a career in health care, she decided to pursue her artwork and today paints the landscape of the sun-drenched Mediterranean hills and beaches of her youth. She captures the "in the moment" character of a scene in a painterly impressionistic style.

Fountainhead Gallery
625 West McGraw Street
Seattle 98119
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Tails of Wasps Visit Seattle Partner!
Now through 4/27/2014
Keyword: Theatre Region: Downtown

Scandal is irresistible. We are captivated by the personal lives of celebrities and political figures almost to obsession. But at what cost? Tails of Wasps takes us behind closed doors to witness the rise and fall of one politician as he wrestles with his most intimate demons. A new play from New Century Theatre Company member Stephanie Timm about one politician's downward spiral into the depths of sexual transgression. Directed by Darragh Kennan.

ACT Theatre
700 Union Street
Seattle 98101
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Sunday Brunch Cruise Visit Seattle Partner!
Now through 4/27/2014
Keyword: Tours & Attractions Region: Wallingford / Greenlake

A perfect way to spend your Sunday morning in Seattle! Relax in the comfort of a beautiful Waterways yacht, and enjoy a lavish brunch buffet and spectacular, ever-changing views of Lake Union and Lake Washington.

Waterways Cruises HomePort
2441 North Northlake Way
Seattle 98103
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A Midsummer Night's Dream Visit Seattle Partner!
Now through 4/27/2014
Keyword: Theatre Region: Queen Anne / Seattle Center

Enjoy the foolish antics of Shakespeare's lovesick mortals and the fairy king and queen as they wreak havoc in the forest on a Midsummer Night. Performed outside on the grounds of Seattle Center, where the weather and audience lend their own character to the adventure!

Seattle Center
305 Harrison Street
Seattle 98109
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Godspell Visit Seattle Partner!
Now through 4/27/2014
Keyword: Theatre Region: Downtown

Based on the Gospel According to St. Matthew, and featuring a sparkling score by Stephen Schwartz, Godspell boasts a string of well-loved songs, "Day By Day," "Learn Your Lessons Well," "All For The Best," "All Good Gifts," "Turn Back, O Man" and many others. The ensemble comes together to create a community and share the messages of tolerance and love.

Raisbeck Performance Hall
2015 Boren Avenue
Seattle 98121
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Crossrhythm Session Visit Seattle Partner!
Now through 4/28/2014
Keyword: Music Region: Downtown

Three of the eight members of the Polyrhythmics, who's dynamic world-beat orchestra, weave a clever web of deep, hypnotic grooves, creative, yet melodic interplay, and searing solos that ignite every dance-floor that has laid before them.

The Triple Door
216 Union Street
Seattle 98101
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6th Annual Rising Star Furniture Makers
Now through 4/30/2014
Keyword: Visual Arts & Galleries Region: Downtown

Northwest Woodworkers Gallery presents the 6th Annual Rising Star Furniture Makers. This event highlights a juried selection of locally crafted studio furniture designs from the region's next generation of talented woodworking artists. Rising Stars launches distinctive Northwest furniture makers into the limelight showcasing visionary forms with functionality, which exudes precision craftsmanship and exemplary creativity. Come to experience the unique materials and structural approaches of these debuting artists' studio furniture pieces during this ongoing exhibit during March and April 2014. All are invited to meet the furniture makers and the jury panel at the opening night reception on Friday, March 14th from 6pm-9pm. At this event, the jury will award the "Honor of Distinction" to one maker whose work epitomizes the quality and stellar attention to detail which is a hallmark of fine furniture, resulting in a solo exhibition of works in the Fall of 2014 at Northwest Woodworkers Gallery.

Northwest Woodworkers Gallery
2111 1st Avenue
Seattle 98121
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