Saturday, December 4, 2010

Saturday in Seattle

2009's Drawing Jam

You like to draw? You're going to have a blast today. Swing by Gage Academy from 9am to 9pm. "The Drawing Jam has been named a “must do event” by Seattle Magazine, and no wonder why. Three floors of space, art supplies, food, models, inspiration and entertainment are all included with admission — just $10 for adults and free for teens and kids. Whether you draw, dabble or doodle, head to the Drawing Jam to give drawing —or even sculpting — from the model a try." more info free for kids and teens ($10 adults)

Yvonne Rainer Trio A

Hedreen Gallery welcomes Cat Clifford for an edition of Face Time from 12 to 2:30pm today. She'll present a new video, a new series of drawings and will facilitate a movement workshop based on Yvonne Rainer's celebrated minimalist dance piece, "Trio A." more info/free

Strap-On From Memory, 2010 by Wynne Greenwood

Today at 1pm, artist Wynne Greenwood begins the 1st of 4 interviews as part of her current installation, Strap-On TVs. "Inspired by queer and feminist film makers, Wynkoop's current work explores anti-narratives. Kanako Wynkoop is 34 and currently lives in Olympia, WA. She is an active member of the underground music scene in Olympia and works as an agent for social justice. She is the lead singer, drummer, and creates experimental film back drops for her band Broken Water. Since 1996 Kanako has also been the owner/manager of a small resale clothing business, Dumpster Values." More info/free

SOIL Gift Shop

At at 2pm, Vs. The Matador curator Cable Griffith will discuss thoughts around SOIL's latest group show. Should be lots of fun. I was really surprised at how great everything came together! more info/free

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