Daniel Clowes on the Record

It’s fitting that Daniel Clowes will make a rare Seattle appearance on Record Store Day. This Saturday, April 18 marks the annual celebration of these essential establishments. Clowes will appear at Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery, which shares space with vintage vinyl purveyor Georgetown Records.

Throughout the 90s, Clowes cartoons were associated with Seattle’s illustrious Sub Pop record label. His “Punky” character adorned multiple product lines, and he created memorable covers for some of the label’s marquee acts.

Don’t miss the unveiling of The Complete Eightball 1 – 18 and a chance to meet one of America’s most influential artists at Fantagraphics Bookstore on Record Store Day from 6:00 to 8:00 PM. No matter where you are, please support your local independent record retailer.

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Meet Daniel Clowes at Fantagraphics Bookstore

Daniel Clowes
Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery is pleased to host the return engagement of one of America’s most influential artists, Daniel Clowes. His cynical satires of popular culture in the pages of the wildly popular Eightball comic book series helped define the attitudes and aesthetics of an entire generation. His appearance in Seattle on Saturday, April 18 marks the global debut of The Complete Eightball 1 – 18. Clowes will be available to sign a limited number of advance copies of this collection as well as other publications from 6:00 to 8:00 PM.
Clowes’ meticulously rendered artwork and cinematic narratives set a standard for the alternative comix movement. Eightball comics combined long form stories spanning multiple issues with wickedly funny invectives on contemporary culture. The early issues included Like A Velvet Glove cast in Iron, a mysterious excursion into madness that set the stage for his later effort, Ghost World. This stunning story was adapted into the feature film of the same name became a generational touchstone while earning Clowes an Oscar nomination for best screenplay adaptation. Equally appealing are Clowes’ clever observations of the human condition including “Message to the People of the Future,” “Paranoid,” “My Suicide,” “Chicago,” “Art School Confidential” and many more.
Fantagraphics Books celebrates the 25th anniversary of its publication with a deluxe two-volume slipcase set that authentically recreates the original layout of this iconic comic book series. Don’t miss this opportunity to meet this extraordinary artist and the debut of the exceptional Complete Eightball collection. Fantagraphics Bookstore is located at 1201 S. Vale Street in Seattle’s historic Georgetown arts community. Open daily 11:30 to 8:00 PM, Sundays until 5:00 PM. Phone 206.658.0110

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After Seattle – Hedreen Gallery April 8-May 9



After Seattle (The psychogeographic Cascadia)

Co-curated with Amanda Manitach and Charles Mudede
April 8-May 9

Hedreen Gallery | Wednesday- Saturday |1:30-6:00 PM

Opening Reception: April 9th 2015, 6:00-8:00 PM

Image credit: Virginia Wilcox
Image credit: Virginia Wilcox

A look at local, contemporary psychogeography and conversations surrounding the utopic/dystopic as they pertain to an ever-evolving urban landscape right on our doorstep. This exhibit, co-curated with Seattle writer, filmmaker and critic Charles Mudede, looks to the intersection of design, urban planning, aesthetics, science and poetics to examine gentrification, community, and attitudes toward change.

Exhibiting Artists:

Jerry Garcia
Cary Moon
Charles Mudede
Virginia Wilcox
Zia Mohajerjasbi
Sean Ono Lennon
Tendai Maraire

Film Editor: Madeline Reddington

Literary Editor: Jen Graves

Researchers: Alyssa Campbell, Carole Triem

Exhibit runs through May 9, 2015
Free of charge and open to the public.

Presented by ARTS at Seattle U. www.seattleu.edu/arts |206-296-2244


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Bill Schelly Goes MAD at Fantagraphics Bookstore on April 11!

Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery welcomes comics scholar and author Bill Schelly on Saturday, April 11 as he presents his new biography Harvey Kurtzman: The Man Who Created Mad and Revolutionized Humor in America. Schelly will give an entertaining and informative slide talk on the illustrious career of one of the pivotal figures in American popular culture. A book signing will follow the presentation.

Harvey Kurtzman wrote, edited and drew popular titles like Two-Fisted Tales and Frontline Combat for notorious publisher EC Comics. In a departure from their lurid line of crime and horror comics, Kurtzman created the satirical Mad in 1952. EC Comics soon fell victim to the hysterical crusading of politicians, child psychologists and religious zealots when the Comics Code Authority effectively banned most of their titles. Kurtzman’s Mad persevered, and ironically became the instrument that indoctrinated an entire generation in the principle of art in the service of degenerate discourse – laying the foundation for the cultural upheaval of the 1960s.

Kurtzman’s many contributions to midcentury American humor are explored at length by Bill Schelly, with insightful interviews of Kurtzman collaborators like Hugh Hefner, Al Feldstein, James Warren, R. Crumb, Jack Davis, Gilbert Shelton, and more. Episodes like the FBI investigation during the McCarthy Era and his litigation with EC publisher Bill Gaines are detailed for the first time.

Don’t miss the debut of this amazing publication with a slide talk, exhibition and book signing on April 11 from 6:00 to 9:00 PM. This event coincides with the colorful Georgetown Second Saturday Art Attack featuring visual and performing arts presentations throughout the historic neighborhood.

Mark your calendars now for the return of incomparable cartoonist Daniel Clowes on Saturday, April 18 with the global debut of The Complete Eightball, followed a week later by provocative Seattle artist Josh Simmons on April 25. Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery is located at 1201 S. Vale Street (at Airport Way S., minutes south of downtown Seattle. Open daily 11:30 to 8:00 PM, Sundays until 5:00 PM. Phone 206.658.0110.

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Georgetown Bites Celebrates the Colorful Cuisine of Historic Georgetown

The Georgetown industrial arts corridor is home to some of Seattle’s most distinguished culinary attractions. From boutique breweries to chocolate confections, decadent burgers to gourmet delis, soda fountains to yogurt factories, Seattle’s oldest neighborhood is also its most sumptuous. Georgetown Bites: A Taste of Georgetown offers delicacies from 28 diverse drinking and dining establishments on Saturday, March 28 from 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM. For only $20 patrons can purchase five tickets redeemable for special offers throughout the neighborhood, Additional tickets are available for $5 each. Tickets will be sold at the Georgetown Bites booth at the Georgetown Trailer Park Mall from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM the day of the event.

The food and hospitality industry played a pivotal role in Georgetown’s remarkable revitalization over the past decade. Early producer Georgetown Brewing (maker of the popular Manny’s Pale Ale) has been joined by Ellenos Yogurt and Fran’s Chocolates (favored by America’s first couple Barack and Michele Obama and celebrity chef Bobby Flay.) Pioneering dining and nightlife establishments like Jules Maes Saloon, one of the region’s oldest taverns, along with nearby Nine Pound Hammer, Stellar Pizza, and Smarty Pants have attracted a growing array of alluring restaurants, bars, and cafes including Zippy’s Burgers, Via Tribunali, Georgetown Liquor Company, Brass Tacks, Square Knot Diner, All City Coffee, Hallava Falafel, Flying Squirrel, Star Brass Lounge, Hitchcock Deli, and many more.

Georgetown Bites also marks the official groundbreaking for the Festival Street project, creating a pedestrian and arts friendly plaza in the heart of the Georgetown business district with funding from Seattle’s Bridging the Gap program. This attractive amenity will be christened at the 9th annual Georgetown Carnival arts festival on Saturday, June 13.
The public is invited to experience the historic Georgetown neighborhood while sampling some of Seattle’s most creative cuisine. For a map of participating businesses and related information, visit: http://www.georgetownmerchants.org/georgetown-bites.html

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Youngstown Cultural Arts Center 9th Anniversary

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The Youngstown Cultural Arts Center is hosting Thrive on Saturday, March 28th, 2015, a birthday bash celebrating the ninth year being your local arts and cultural hub.

The Youngstown Thrive will offer a family-friendly event, complete with activities, food, drinks and brand new merchandise! Kids will enjoy balloons, crafts and music in the movement studio, while adults are welcome to unwind with music, games and conversation in the 21+ beer garden located in the theater.

The event is a celebration of community with proceeds directly benefiting the expansion of youth programming at Youngstown.

Movement Studio: Family-friendly activities, kids’ music by Eli Rosenblatt, Vicious Puppies Dance Crew, snacks, crafts, balloons!

Theater: DJ, drinks, food, conversation, merchandise and more!

Hours: 5:00pm – 9:00pm
Call 206-935-2999 to reserve tickets over the phone.


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George Takei Guest of Honor at EMP’s “Infinite Worlds of Science Fiction”

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Opening Night Party for Infinite Worlds of Science Fiction On March 27 with George Takei!

On March 27, step aboard EMP’s epic interstellar vessel, and make first contact with the museum’s newest original exhibit, Infinite Worlds of Science Fiction. Join EMP for Zero Gravity and travel across time and space to celebrate this enigmatic ship’s arrival with a stellar night featuring:
• Q&A with guest of honor George Takei
• Photo ops with amazing replicas, including: The Seattle Time Machine, Star Trek Command Chair, and the TARDIS
• The debut of Ninkasi’s space beer (Imperial Stout brewed with Oregon hazelnuts, star anise, cocoa nibs, and fermented with an Ale yeast that survived a trip to space and back.)
• An activity-packed Intergalactic Passport game
• Science fiction trivia with MovieCat
• Prize giveaways, galactic drink specials, and an oxygen bar
• Plus many more surprises at this space-themed party
Date: March 27, 2015

Time: 7:30pm-11:00pm

EMP Museum
325 5th Avenue N
Seattle, WA 98109

Ticket Info: $25 ($18 EMP members, $12 youth ages 5-17) All ages, cash bars with ID. Tickets can be purchase online at EMPmuseum.org.

Organized by EMP Museum, Infinite Worlds of Science Fiction will feature more than 150 artifacts from iconic films and television shows including Back to the Future, Aliens, Ghostbusters, Blade Runner, Dune, Star Trek, Star Wars, Battlestar Galactica, Terminator, Mars Attacks, and many others. In addition to featuring authentic objects from some of sci-fi’s most groundbreaking creations, the 3500 square ft. gallery will be transformed into an interactive space ark where visitors can embark on their own intergalactic adventure, discover an alien civilization, scout for new worlds to explore from the ship’s cockpit, and investigate alternate universes. Curated by EMP’s Brooks Peck, Infinite Worlds of Science Fiction opens to the public on March 28, 2015.

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Gordon Raphael in Seattle appearance at the Feedback Lounge 3/12/2015


Gordon Raphael at Feedback Lounge


Mr G. Raphael is a west coast Seattle musician and rock producer best known from his keyboard work with Sky Cries Mary, producing The Strokes and Regina Spektor and touring as a member of The Psychedelic Furs. In addition he did live sound for The Libertines first UK tour, recorded Ian Brown from Stone Roses by accident, and recorded & arranged some solo material for Ian Astbury of The Cult! This evening will be a journey of stories and images, and lots of questions and answers with the audience. Promises to be “interesting”! + Free admission!

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Comics NW Roots – Pecha Kucha Seattle

Pecha Kucha Seattle.Larry Reid.Janet Galore. Tatianna GillSeattle gave birth and momentum to the alternative comics movement in the 1970s when Lynda Barry, Charles Burns, and Matt Groening emerged from Evergreen State College. After leaving Evergreen, Barry, Burns, and Groening syndicated their work in alternative newspapers across the country—creating a nationwide awareness of a new, accessible aesthetic peculiar to the Northwest. This soon gave rise to a movement that still reverberates worldwide. Comics! Northwest Roots is an evening of vivid imagery and stories from veteran and emerging artists of the Northwest comics scene, recounting and celebrating this art form.

Wednesday, March 11th at 6pm at the Cornish Playhouse at the Seattle Center!

Presenters Include: Peter Bagge // Max Clotfelter // Tom Van Deusen // Ellen Forney // Eroyn Franklin // Kelly Froh // Tatiana Gill // David Lasky // Larry Reid // Gina Siciliano // Jim Woodring

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Lovely Guy Colwell Art Show on Valentine’s Day at Fantagraphics Bookstore

Don’t miss the publication party for Inner City Romance this Saturday featuring sweet original art by Guy Colwell. The exhibition fittingly opens on Valentine’s Day from 6:00 to 9:00 PM and coincides with the 7th anniversary of the colorful Georgetown Art Attack.

Guy Colwell’s comic book serial Inner City Romance appeared in 1972, illustrating the unvarnished reality of an emerging urban counterculture. As Matt Gonzalez observes in Juxtapoz magazine, “Colwell’s art is motivated by two primary sentiments: first, a deep political strain meant to expose and offer commentary on political, economic, and racial disparities that exist in our society, and second, an awareness of man’s uncomfortable relationship with nature and sexuality.”
The exhibition of original pages, prints, paintings and drawings by this accomplished artist is one of many highlights of the Georgetown Art Attack. Spend a romantic evening in the enchanting industrial arts district of Georgetown. Visit Fran’s Chocolates new factory across the street from the bookstore, explore art studios and galleries, enjoy dinner and drinks at one of two dozen bars and restaurants, and encounter spontaneous spectacles all over the historic neighborhood.

Fantagraphics Bookstore is located at 1201 S. Vale Street (at Airport Way S.), minutes south of downtown Seattle. Open daily, 11:30 to 8:00 PM, Sundays until 5:00 PM. Phone 206.658.0110.

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Magnuson Park Gallery – Robb Kunz Presents Jherek Bischoff’s “Lost in the Hall of Spinning Howlrounds”

Robb KunzThursday, February 12 from 6-8 PM for the opening of Robb Kunz Presents Jherek Bischoff Lost in the Hall of Spinning Howlrounds

A collaboration three years in the making, sound artist Robb Kunz has created a synchronized array of dozens of sculptures and contraptions to reimagine the raw instrumental elements of Jherek Bischoff’s new unreleased orchestral ambient album.

Maguson Park Gallery
7448 63rd Avenue NE
Visit us upstairs and down the hall from the
Officer’s Club.

The gallery presents exhibits from guest curators, emerging artists, community members and outside collections and seeks to provide a public and accessible forum for the arts.

Jherek Bischoff live on KEXP

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All your friends and future friends with Future Fridays at Fred!

Future Fridays at Fred
Did you love Circus Contraption? Miss some of your old friends? Want to hang out with folks that are sure to become your new friends? Then you won’t want to miss Future Fridays theatrical interpretation of their brand new album “From Fun-zo to Done-zo”. Featuring all available bells and whistles, including time travel, broken hearts, Balkan brass band, redemption, fist fights, weirdos, trapeze, desperation, affirmations, projections, ultimate triumph and….ROCK.

Future Fridays
Sean Downey
Orkestar Zirkonium
Cherdonna Shinatra
Dizzy Daze Trapeze
Singing in the Rain Family
Bunny LaMonte (aka Matthew S Manges) vs. Ivan Molton
Queen Shmooquan
Steven Henry Fisk
The Tasteful Nudes
Future Fridays Dance Squad
Bret Fetzer
Jed Dunkerley

Tickets are $20 but it INCLUDES Future Friday’s New Album!!

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Northwest Flower and Garden Show 2015 opens this week in Seattle at Convention Center

The Northwest Flower & Garden Show has been heralding the start of spring since 1989, as gardening enthusiasts from around the Northwest flock to this annual celebration, held in the beautiful Washington State Convention Center for five magical days.


Your gardening desires will blossom when you gaze at the spectacular Show Gardens, created by the most respected garden designers and landscapers of the region. Our full acre of show gardens are brimming with ideas that will get your garden projects blossoming. No matter your style or needs, you’ll find inspiration for outdoor living, edible gardening, sustainability, and more.


If you’re looking for something to jazz up a small urban space, our colorful City Living and Floral Competition features will show you how to blend art with functionality.

Hours, Dates & Prices

The Northwest Flower & Garden Showhas been heralding the start of spring since 1989, as gardening enthusiasts from around the Northwest flock to this annual celebration, held in the beautiful Washington State Convention Center for five magical days.
February 11 – 15, 2015
Washington State Convention Center
Seattle, WA
Show Hours
Wednesday – Saturday: 9am – 8pm and Sunday: 9am – 6pm

Buy tickets HERE.

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Nichole DeMent at BONFIRE Gallery


Nichole DeMent at Bill Gaylord Bonfire Gallery

Bill Gaylord’s BONFIRE gallery is presenting select pieces from the “Oracle” series by Seattle artist, educator and arts administrator Nichole DeMent.  The show is on view now through April 3, 2015

Two Special Receptions during 1st Thursday Artwalk
February 5, 6-9pm
& March 5, 6-9pm

BONFIRE | Art. Culture. Design.
Owner | Bill Gaylord, FAIA

Public Hours | Thursdays, 10-6 & by appointment only, located at 603 S. Main, Seattle.  Appointments: 206.790.1073

Nichole DeMent at COCA

Other good news about Nichole DeMent, she has accepted the position of Executive Director for CoCA.  Says Nichole,  “Seattle’s rapid growth and a refreshed strategic vision by the Board have created an exciting juncture. I am honored to be chosen to guide the organization and am looking forward to building on the current momentum of supporting living artists through exhibitions and publications while reaching a wider audience through continued partnerships and community involvement.”

Congratulations Nichole!  Read more about Nichole on the CoCA website.

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Billy Thompson collage show at Bon Voyage Vintage

Billy Thompson Clip Art Show

You’re invited to join us 6-9pm at Bon Voyage Vintage at 110 S. Washington Street for February’s 1st Thursday Art Walk!

Representing months of miniature, *hand-cut* collage work – Seattle artist Billy Thompson is proud to present a series of vintage trading cards brought to new life through his signature appliqué dubbed “Clip Art Cards”

This art show will feature original pieces on display as well as dramatically enlarged versions to fully experience the zany scenes built by Billy, his scissors and some glue. Be sure to snag his limited color posters, stickers & other rare souvenirs.

Come swing through for sippers, snacks and a sexy BEYONZO soundtrack produced by BTHOMP himself!

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Racer Runts and Weirdfest at Cafe Racer Sat. 2.7.15

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4-7pm, Seattle’s best Teen Showcase of Talent, RACER RUNTS at Cafe Racer.  This month are some great youth bands, including:

Naked Giants
Champagne Babylon
Naked Gypsies
Stranger Than Nixon

Come for the music, stay for the great food, drink, friends and fun!


8pm-11pm WEIRDFEST at Cafe Racer, good music for good times with our favorite opera company OPRADESIAC!

Cafe Racer, Seattle, Arts and Events

Cafe Racer is located at 5828 Roosevelt Way NE in Seattle

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John Boylan’s Next Conversation at Vermilion Gallery

John Boylan’s Next Conversation, Tuesday, January 20 at Vermilion Gallery, 1508 11th Avenue on Seattle’s Capitol Hill.

The Summary
This time we’re tackling two highly energetic and powerful worlds of art: pop surrealism and lowbrow art. And as guests we have two legendary players on the Seattle scene. Read on for details.

The Guests (see bios below.)
Kirsten Anderson, owner and founder, Roq la Rue Gallery
Larry Reid, curator and events coordinator, Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery

The Story
We’re looking at two art movements that have long been intertwined: pop surrealism and lowbrow art. Both share a deep humor and irreverence, along with a passion for stretching the limits of illustration—and representation in general—to places where the conventions of such drawing and painting don’t generally go. But if both share a sensibility, they also diverge deeply.
I won’t recount the history of lowbrow, as in the early days of Robert Williams, the horizon-bending work of underground comix, and the hot rod art of Ed “Big Daddy” Roth. Wikipedia provides a basic intro. Suffice it to say that lowbrow begins as an amalgam of comics, album covers, tattoos, California car and surf cultures, and film noir. But it has always stretched these modes, reinventing them, taking them new places. One good way to get a sense of vividness of lowbrow is to look at the work of Robert Williams.

One of the fascinating things about lowbrow is its deep relationship with many other trends in the past fifty years, including punk rock, Chicano art, street art, graffiti. And the attendant cultures are cultures of immersion, for both artists and the audiences: tattooing, cars, comics.

Pop surrealism shares a lot with lowbrow, but has its own vocabulary, its own style. As the name suggests, it builds on the mystery and strange juxtapositions of surrealism, filtered through modes of pop culture, especially commercial illustration. Pop surrealism is about fantasy, but not the fantasy of sword and sorcery and dragons. Rather, here is the fantasy of the irrational, of dreams, of playful weirdness, carefully and often darkly rendered.

Maybe the best way to get a sense of pop surrealism is to take a look at, say, the work Femke Hiemstra or Peter Ferguson or Mark Ryden. The differences from Robert Williams are evident, but there are odd commonalities as well.
We have only two guests this time, and that’s intentional. Between them, Larry Reid and Kirsten Anderson have both played impressive roles in the culture of Seattle. Reid has long been a curator, writer, advocate, and instigator in Seattle, goes back to co-founding the famous Rosco Louis Gallery in the 1970s and the wild days of CoCA in the 1980s. Anderson founded Roq la Rue 16 years ago, focusing on pop surrealism and later broadening to cover a range of contemporary art. In those years, she has been a prominent writer, publisher, and curator in the field.


The Guests in Detail
Kirsten Anderson opened Roq la Rue Gallery in 1998 after curating several highly successful group art shows in various locations in Seattle. In addition to curating and running the gallery, she edited and co-published the landmark book Pop Surrealism: The Rise of Underground Art, which was the first survey of the art movement, in 2004.

She served as the “Editor At Large” at Hi Fructose Art magazine for seven years (until stepping down to focus on other projects in 2014), where she wrote about art and artists integral to the Pop Surrealism/New Contemporary scene as well as major players in the international contemporary art world. She occasionally writes for other publications about art and lectures about the history and current state of Pop Surrealism/New Contemporary and the artists affiliated with the genre. She is regarded as an authority on the main tenets and history of the genre, as well as having a discerning eye for discovering new talent.

Larry Reid has been an advocate for challenging visual and performing arts in the Pacific Northwest and beyond since co-founding Rosco Louie gallery in Seattle’s Pioneer Square in 1978. He has since served as director of Graven Image gallery and the Center on Contemporary Art (CoCA), and as curator for Experience Music Project (EMP) and Fantagraphics Books.
Over the course of his career he has presented the work of countless regional, national and international artists including Lynda Barry, Robert Mapplethorpe, Andy Warhol, Nirvana, William S. Burroughs, Robert Crumb, Lydia Lunch, Ann Magnuson, Chuck Close, Keith Haring, Sonic Youth, Mike Kelley, Karen Finley, Eric Bogosian, Charles Peterson, Einsturzende Neubauten, Von Dutch, Henry Rollins, Daniel Clowes, Gary Panter, Mudhoney, and many more. He has served as a peer panelist for various private foundations and public agencies including the National Endowment for the Arts (1990). He has contributed to several books including Pop Surrealism: The Rise of Underground Art, Edward Colver: Blight at the End of the Funnel, Tiki Art Now!, Jini Dellaccio: Rock & Roll, and Sub Pop USA: 1980 – 1987.

Reid currently works as curator and events coordinator at Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery in Seattle’s historic Georgetown arts community, where he also serves as president of the Georgetown Merchants Association (GMA) and co-chairs the Greater Duwamish District Council (GDDC).

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