Laura Brodax PoP uP Art Tile Sale at The Grocery

The Grocery.Demi Raven.Janet Galore

Ceramic Art Tile Sale hosted by Laura Brodax and Janet Galore, featuring a collection of quirky + original vintage tile (never used), a surplus of mosaic shards, oddments of delightful artist-made tile and more from the collection of artist Laura Brodax. In 1984, she obtained a large amount of vintage tile from Norton Tile and Marble. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to view and purchase boxes of vintage eclectic Spanish tile, original Pomona 1940’s California wall tile and pieces from public art projects!

When:
Sat Jan 30: 10:00am – 5:00pm
Sun Jan 31: 12:00pm – 5:00pm

Where:
The Grocery, a creative art and idea space
3001 21st Ave S, Seattle WA 98144

Laura Brodax is a ceramic tile artist, photographer and serigrapher who works with photographic images printed onto porcelain tile, clay shapes and mosaics.
http://laurabrodax.com/

Pop Up Art Tile Sale!

 

12 Seconds Max video show at The Factory on Capitol Hill curated by Janet Galore

Still from 12 Minute Max
Still from 12 Minute Max

12 Seconds Max video show at The Factory is an immersive wash of artist-made, ultra-short form videos, animations and moving images. At a time when our attention spans compress to milliseconds, we converse in animated GIFs, and we scratch our heads in misty contemplation of what it means to own digital art, we invite you to a curated assemblage of gems from Seattle and beyond. A selection of one-of-a-kind and short-run videos will be available for purchase.

The 60+ artists include: Nola Avienne, Kim Collmer, Max Cleary, Ellie Dicola, Jacob Fennell, Erin Frost, Allan Fulle, Kurt Geissel, Yonnas Getahun, Stefan Gruber, Johan Liedgren, Nichole Hart, Jesse Higman & Roxanne Nihiline, Britta Johnson, Tim Marsden, Fernando Orellana, Michael Tyka, Joe Vollan and many others.

The exhibition will feature a wall of screens with looping short videos, projected video, and featured works from Kurt Geissel, Johan Liedgren, Britta Johnson, and Jesse Higman & Roxanne Nihiline.

Curated by Janet Galore & The Factory.

Opening Thursday, October 8, 6 – 10 pm
At The Factory, 1216 10th Ave, Seattle 19122
Runs through the end of October by appointment

TOUCH ME : I am violent – an art show at Vermillion Gallery on Capitol Hill

TOUCH ME : I am violent featuring Tariqa Waters, Siolo Thompson, Christopher Shaw, Daveda Russell, Lucien Pellegrin, Jennifer McNeely, Greg Lundgren, Kat Larson, Janet Galore, Ellie Dicola, Crystal Barbre, Sharon Arnold and Megumi Shauna Arai.

Thursday night is the opening of TOUCH ME : I am violent featuring Tariqa Waters, Siolo Thompson, Christopher Shaw, Daveda Russell, Lucien Pellegrin, Jennifer McNeely, Greg Lundgren, Kat Larson, Janet Galore, Ellie Dicola, Crystal Barbre, Sharon Arnold and Megumi Shauna Arai.

The opening night is Thursday, February 13th from 6 to 9pm and the show runs through March 8th.

According to the curator, Yonnas Getahun, the concept is born out of the wall that exists when experiencing art.

The first rule is not to touch the work. Rightly one of the purposes of exhibits and museums is to sustain and protect the work. And touching expedites the process of deterioration

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The Imp of the Perverse. A collaboration with Janet Galore and Demi Shaft Raven

What this exhibit will permit is the transformation of the works through touch as well as allowing these superb Seattle artists to create 2D, 3D or performances that express ideas, stories and effects through contact.

Vermillion Art Gallery and Bar
1508 11th Ave, Seattle, Washington 98122
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