Current BFA student Michelle Newman landed the June 2010 cover of CityArts magazine of Seattle. Her piece Scream #13 was chosen by the cover designer Andre Mora, who says the work “felt instantly right for the Seattle cover…it wasn’t much of a debate”, read more in Behind the Scenes: The Cover Shot.
Head on over to the Viking Union Gallery in VU 507 for the 15th annual Beyond Borders 2010 International Fine Art Competition! This year’s exhibition features 22 artists from Western and around the Northwest; printmaking, photography, lithography, sculpture, mixed media and more are all in store for you at the show, open May 17-June 4.
There will also be a Closing Reception on June 3rd from 6-8pm where the winners of the competition will be announced, plus food, fun, and the release of an exclusive catalog.
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If you haven’t had a chance to stop by artists Teresa Grassechi and Callie Christeson’s exhibition Collected Specimens, there’s just a couple more weeks to check out their show of drawings and prints at Village Books! Now through May 31!
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Find out at this exhibition by artists Tim Kenney, Maia Melton, Christine Axworthy, Aimee Biggerstaff, and Meg Coulter. Reception on Friday, May 21st 6-9pm at 1215 Cornwall Avenue (the Old Innate space), with food, drink, DJ and and dance party immediately following.
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Photography BFA student, Michelle Newman, has her exhibition running at the Angle Gallery in downtown Seattle. Now through May 29th, Fridays and Saturdays 12-5pm, come check out The Open Mic, a series of photographic portraits of comedians combined with one of their “best/worst” jokes, and inspired by the process it takes to create a joke.
Elisabeth Morrell, Michelle Newman, Austin Stiegemeier, Lindsay Kohles, Chase Boston, and Emily Jerome have solo shows throughout the region: Bellingham, Edison, and Seattle.
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