Thursday, April 19, 2012

Friday fun!

 I'm really bummed that I'm going to be missing a couple of great events tomorrow.

Sharon Butler (image via artist)
First up, Cornish will be hosting a special "Sustenance" discussion about DIY Arts writing with Sharon Butler and local artists/writers Matthew Offenbacher, Amanda Manitach, D.W. Burnam, and Emily Pothast about artists writing and creating a critical dialogue. I really wanted to join this conversation. 

And then tomorrow night, the Henry Open House starts at 5pm (for members, 7pm general admission). As usual, they've packed tons of fun into this evening. Be the first to see Andrew Dadson's Brink Exhibition. You can meet the artist in the Contemporaries Lounge from 5-7pm. Other exhibits on view: Gary Hill's glossodelic attractors, an amazing piece built of pollen, and a wild ceramics show. There will be music and visuals by Dumb Eyes, plus Cupcake Royale will be there scooping out their brand new ice cream (it's really good!).

Moondog, 2012, by Sharon Butler (image via SEASON)
And if you can't make tomorrow's panel either, swing by SEASON tonight from 6:30 - 8pm for a reception to welcome Sharon Butler to Seattle. 

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