Added May 09 2018
Neighborhood photographer Linda Brooks created The Empower Project, showing at Chaco Canyon Organic Café at 8404 Greenwood Ave. N., to showcase Seattle-area tween girls showing off their self-confidence through their skills and talents. The images are paired with quotes from those close to them.
The Seattle Recycled Arts Festival takes place at The Phinney Center, 6532 Phinney Ave. N., in the upper parking lot and on the upper floor in the Phinney Center Gallery...
The Greenwood Library, 8016 Greenwood Ave. N., will host local artists Steven Garmanian (below) and Bridget Sexauer on Friday evening. (The main part of the library will close at 6 p.m. as usual, with access only to the meeting room and restrooms, no other library services.)
Caffe Vita, 7402 Greenwood Ave. N., features landscape paintings by Beth Goodman (below).
Home Espresso Repair, 6501 Phinney Ave. N., is hosting a group show of painters who all met at Pratt Fine Arts Seattle: Sandra Patterson, Liz Tatchell, Teri Hammeran, Mopsy Epstein and others, working in oil, water color, acrylic and mixed media.
The Fixture Gallery, 8221 Greenwood Ave. N., features the paintings of Mike Biskup (below).
Woodland Park United Church, 302 N. 78th St., is hosting numerous artists (some will be present) and musicians, including photographer Randy Partin, mixed...
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- May 9, 2018