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Dhaba

Dhaba

Our current Artists-in-Residence, Sanwal Deen and Maggie Argiro, are the husband-wife artist collaborative Dhaba. Sanwal is a photographer from Islamabad, Pakistan and Maggie is a writer from Columbus, Ohio. They write: “A dhaba is a roadside restaurant often found...

Fumi Amano

Fumi Amano

We are glad to welcome Fumi Amano as our current Artist-in-Residence! Engaging with themes of intimacy, communication and connection, Fumi works with glass and performance, often combining the two. She earned her MFA at Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond VA...

News: Open House

News: Open House

  Fall 20185 floors of open studios, pop-up shows, and makers! There's SO MUCH HAPPENING during this Open House! Nina Vichayapai Artist-in-Residence! Che Sehyun on the High Wall! Makers Market! Pop-up shows by A Mountain's Pulse (Paige Barnes & Mya Kerner), Maggie...

Che Sehyun

Che Sehyun

December 6 - 9, 2018 The Kimchi Song, by Che Sehyun Installation views Interview with Che Sehyun. DK Pan, and Britta Johnson about The Kimchi Song  HW: Hi Che, thanks so much for sharing your art with us; do you want to talk a little bit about the ideas that led to...

Nina Vichayapai: Permeable Moment

Nina Vichayapai: Permeable Moment

Saturday, December 8, 2018, 12-6pm For the past three months, Inscape Artist-in-Residence Nina Vichayapai has been sewing a soft sculpture installation in conversation with this building she first experienced as an immigrant. Come see the solo exhibition that will be...

This Noble Work

This Noble Work

Opening Reception: Thursday July 5 from 6 – 10pm, concurrent with the Pioneer Square Art Walk. Gallery Open: Friday Aug 3 – Saturday Aug 4 from 1 – 7pm. Closing Reception: Sunday Aug 5 from 6 – 10pm, concurrent with the end of Seattle Art Fair. The allure of neon: a...

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Kara Mia Fenoglietto will have a pop-up on the west patio during our OPEN HOUSE on Saturday October 5 from noon-6pm!

In her conceptual garment installation, Imbalance, artist Kara Mia Fenoglietto explores the tension between internal anxiety and manufactured appearances. The one-day pop-up begins presenting a series of minimalist white silk dresses. Participants are encouraged to engage with the pieces, spraying them with water that brings out the chemical dye embedded in the fabric. The resulting montages of color could be beautiful or jarring—each experience is personal and depends on the observers’ mode of engagement. Fenoglietto’s vision was inspired by the opioid crisis that has redefined her hometown, itself a modality for understanding how emotions are inhibited and trauma repressed, as well as a reminder of life’s temporal nature.

Kara Mia Fenoglietto’s work explores the self through mixed media materials in sculptural and installation based form. Often wearable, her pieces explore the notion that garments inform our sense of identity and emotions. Kara currently works in Seattle as a designer and received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
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Visit Cariña Booyens’ studio Saturday October 5 during our semiannual OPEN HOUSE! ...

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The Wing Luke is hosting a 2 day convening around Asian American Pacific Islander heritage sites, to discuss significant themes and places rooted in the Pacific Northwest. Come! Registration is required, and closes on 9/20. Link below: ...

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Come see what our artists-in-residence, Dhaba (Maggie Argiro & Sanwal Deen), have been working on the past few months! Visit the gallery on the first floor during our big semiannual OPEN HOUSE on Saturday, October 5, noon-6pm. ...

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Check out this series of cultural exchanges between Seattle and Oaxaca, Mexico, which Inscape artist Michael Lorefice is a part of. The first exhibition, panel discussion & demo were held in Oaxaca in July and the following events will happen this week in Seattle. The exhibition is a remarkable collection of artists from both cities, including Francisco Toledo, (arguably) Mexico's most important living artist, among others.

Exhibition:
Beyond Borders
Thursday, September 12th
Mexican Consulate in Seattle (Capitol Hill)
Opening Reception: 6 - 8 pm

Panel Discussion (Charla):
Friday, September 13th
7 pm
Pratt Fine Arts Center

Printmaking Demonstration:
Saturday, September 14th
12 - 1 pm
Pratt Fine Arts Center

Image: Michael Lorefice, "The Holy Water," Risograph on paper with hand-tinting
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2 months ago

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Thanks all for joining us last night at the High Wall reception! What a beautiful night. ...

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