For the next couple of months I have some prints up at the Coffee Drop Cafe, 4915 25th
Avenue Northeast #100w, in the University District, Seattle. They just moved to this brand new location, so I can proudly say I’m the first to hang on these beautiful blue walls!
I’m proud to say that I’ll be participating in a new arts event in Seattle called Barnstorm (barnstormcabaret.org).
[ Barnstorm is a lively gathering place – designed specially for contemporary artists and provocateurs – destined to open its doors in downtown Seattle in May 2011. Channeling the original European cabarets of the late nineteenth century, Barnstorm will transform an empty warehouse space into a cozy home for diverse performance and installation works that challenge social and cultural conventions. ]
- May 5-7 from 6 p.m. – 2 a.m.
- at 1927 Third Avenue
- in a volunteer-built, brand-new arts venue in the city of Seattle.
- · Become a fan of Barnstorm on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Barnstorm-The-Cabaret-Re-Imagined/195585340458262
- · Mark your attendance on the Barnstorm Event Page: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=116054661807492
I’ll be hanging a number of large, original, raunchy drawings, and will be showing alongside a number of fun performance pieces and musical works. Being a three-day event, 6pm-2am each day, with only a $5 cover, what sounds to be a somewhat unpredictable and spontaneous art scene – how can you resist? If you live in the Seattle area, please come by – I think it’ll be fun. Oh, and apparently they have a bar, too, for you alcoholics.
If you’re in the Denver area August 6th, come check out what’s going on at 670 Inca.
Read more here at the VizOrg home page.
EDIT: Yes, now I’m aware of the embarrassing typo. Thanks, Alex.
Come to the First Friday Art show at 670 Inca street (in the Santa Fe District, Denver, CO) tomorrow night from 6pm – midnight! It’s going to be awesome. There will be photography, mixed media, skateboard art, monsters, muscle cars, pin-up girls, drinks, and more!