We’re thrilled to be working with Museum of Northwest Art to spread the word about their 35th (!) anniversary. Get ready for field trips to beautiful La Conner!
We’re proud to be helping the University of Washington’s Dance Program spread the word about its 50th birthday! Join us in the celebration at the many performances, classes, film screenings, lectures and more during “Opening Doors: Celebrating 50 Year of Dance at the UW,” coming up October 16-20. Most events are free and open to the public!
What a Confabulous day! (Sorry, had to.) Thanks to everyone at Gallery-One in Ellensburg, WA, and all the engaged artists who attended our Confab presentation on Online Marketing & Social Networking today. Can’t wait to see your sparkly new/updated websites, Facebook pages, e-newsletters, etc. etc.!
Gretta Harley is one of “50 Women Who Rock Seattle” (Seattle Weekly) and we are stoked to be helping spread the word about all the amazing things she’s doing—including the release of her first solo album, Element 115 (Uup). Get your tickets now to her record release concert at The Royal Room on June 6!
Mary Sheldon Scott creates internal and external landscapes filled with luminous textures and intense color. Drawn to the place where accident and action meet, she is increasingly engaged in underscoring visual tension between the raw and the refined, between the organic and the decorative. Her dynamic investigation of materials on canvas and paper includes acrylic paint, sumi-e ink, pencil, pastels, markers, collage, and glitter glue.
The Beebe Studio is a third-floor walk-up between Lenora & Virginia Streets.
For more info & RSVPs: lila(at)doolittleandbird.com; 206.650.3305
We’ll be at Center on Contemporary Art (CoCA) next Thursday, April 16 from 6-9pm giving artists feedback on their portfolios. It’s great for artists applying for grants or public art projects, looking to expand networking skills, wondering what to actually put in their portfolio or website, or seeking professional feedback on a new body of work. Come get valuable feedback on how you present your work!