I am going to see if I can make it out for at least a little while for the art walk. I do have to go hang my art that day for the Rung show to... If you are looking for something to do you should check it out!Twilight in the Junction
We are excited to present the Featured Artist(s) of the month in the upstairs portion of our gallery.
Thursday, February 11th
from 6 to 9, during the West Seattle Art Walk.
What makes a word bad? After all, they're just words. It is the human imagination that generates a context in which certain words are frowned upon in common usage. These words vary from region to region, but every language seems to have some. There is really nothing wrong with a word. It can't harm anyone literally, but again, the human mind can take words very seriously at times and can create its own damage from them. Despite all that, they can come in handy and express things good words just can't.
This show is intended to be an examination of words that could be construed as "bad". I asked several artists to play with this concept of what makes BAD WORDS.
FEATURING: Nat Damm, Kevin McCarthy, Kelly Lyles, Kamala Dolphin Kingsley, Troy Gua, Molly Norris, Kristen Ramirez, Sara Lanzillotta, Lisa Geertsen, Shaun Kardinal, Warren Dykeman, Mary Enslow, Michael Alm, Aubrey Nehring, Gail Howard, Erin Frost, Andrew Drawbaugh, Sharon Arnold, Sierra Stinson and Michael Leavitt.
The Stables in Georgetown
What: Comic release party: Baked Potato by Blake Whitaker
Where: The Georgetown Stables, located behind Full Throttle Bottles, 5909 Airport Way S (between Doris St & Nebraska St).
When: Saturday, February 13th
About: Baked Potato is a collection of short stories centered around friends Ronnie and Stevie. Despite being lazy, pot-smoking potatoes, the two main characters manage to get into loads of trouble.
More: The first four issues of Baked Potato will be available at the show. Blake Whitaker will also DJ and show two original films, which will be available on DVD.