Senses of Summer Music Series: Tomo Nakayama Sat, June 6, 4 – 5 PM
Join us for a performance by multi-instrumentalist, singer, and songwriter Tomo Nakayama. His crystalline high-tenor voice and intricate chamber folk compositions have been praised by NPR, New York Times, and KEXP. This is the first performance in our summer series of outdoor concerts held at the Henry.
An Evening with Ann Hamilton Monday, March 30, 7:30 – 9 PM
As part of the Seattle Arts & Lecture series, artist Ann Hamilton speaks at Town Hall about her work, her exhibition at the Henry, and her upcoming commission for Waterfront Seattle. Tickets have been flying out the door. Purchase yours here.
INCITE•INSIGHT lecture: Suzanne Bocanegra Thursday, April 2, 7 – 9 PM
Join us for the last lecture of the INCITE•INSIGHT series, our partnership with Cornish College of the Arts. Suzanne Bocanegra shares her journey of becoming an artist with an evening that is part artist’s talk, part performance, part cultural history, and part sound installation. This is the premiere of When a Priest Marries a Witch, an Artist Talk by Suzanne Bocanegra Starring Paul Lazar.
Come join us to kick of this year’s INICTE*INSIGHT lecture series with two evenings focusing on Althea Thauberger’s work. Her internationally produced works focus on relationships between individualism, collectivism, and conformity.
If you can believe it, it’s officially August; which means another First Thursday Seattle Art Walk in Pioneer Square! You can come explore Victorian storefronts that have been converted into art spaces on August 4th, from noon to 8PM.
And as a Henry recommendation, we suggest you don’t miss out on Youth in Focus’s current summer project with Storefronts Seattle in Pioneer Square. This youth outreach group will have its students share studio space with photographer and intaglio print artist Daniel Carrillo while they create their 20 Paces Project.
Youth in Focus is an amazing afterschool program that uses intensive photography training as a tool to help disadvantaged teens develop personal voice, positive identity, social skills and artistic skills. They offer free, multi-level classes in both film and digital photography, and advanced students participate in our job skills project shooting assignments for hire.
You’ll find this storefront, 604 2nd Avenue, right off of 2nd & James, next door to Trabant Coffee.
Come take a photo, be in a photo, fall in love with a photo.
City Arts’ Best Of Walk Awards will be held at Vito’s on First Hill November 4 (8:30pm). Stop by to cast your vote for which finalist you think should take home $500. Guest judges are Betsey Brock,(ME) Communications and Outreach for Henry Art Gallery andWhitney Ford-Terry, Co-curator for Hedreen Gallery and Henry Art Gallery Program Coordinator.
WOW! I looked at my calendar for today this morning, and all I can say is, well, WOW!
It’s First Thursday — which means admission to the Henry is FREE (It’s always suggested donation — but if you would like to “suggest” that you’re not paying anything, FREE First Thursday is an excellent day for YOU)
And not only is the Henry free on First Thursdays — lots of other folks are, too. Here’s a quick list:
Here at the Henry, ASUW is presenting a lunchtime music showcase from 11AM to 1 in the sculpture court with three bands: Hush’d Puppies, Audio District, and Grim Smiley. Also, Molly’s serves the best coffee (Stumptown) on campus — and sandwiches that exceed any and all sandwich expectations (The Farmer’s Daughter, with tart apples and sharp cheddar; The Classic Berty, with pork loin, caramelized onions, and marmalade…). The music is free, but you’ll have to pay for the coffee and sandwiches.
Later in the afternoon, the Henry hosts its Annual Meeting. The general public is invited to come at 4:45; and it’s a great chance to see our excellent Board of Trustees in action, review the past year – and hear more about what’s coming up.
Then, the real First Thursday-ness begins. Along with the Pioneer Square gallery walking, you can see THIS in Occidental Park, from 3PM until 8PM.
At Western Bridge, the newest chapter in the New Year saga is Jennifer West’s Flash Mountain:
New Year 10
Opening Reception Thursday, June 3, 6–8pm
Artist Talk at 7pm
June 3 –12, 2010
For the tenth installment in New Year, Western Bridge’s series of two-week projects, Jennifer West presents a new film.
The source image for West’s film was made with the involuntary cooperation of Disney, whose automated camera photographed West and her three collaborators flashing while riding Disneyland’s Splash Mountain. This notoriously popular activity led Disney to assign employees to delete images of flashers before they showed up on the screen at the ride’s exit, but that crew was removed during a wave of layoffs this spring. Reading about these cutbacks in the Los Angeles Times, West conceived this new work. She rephotographed Disney’s image as the basis for Flash Mountain, her first film derived a still photograph. West’s working method involves staining and altering her films during production; Flash Mountain introduces a pun on the word “flash” through the use of solarization during both shooting and film processing.