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Jasmine Zimmerman’s Bottle House at Bumbershoot

This year, Seattle’s arts and music festival, Bumbershoot, has followed in the steps of festivals around the world and gone carbon neutral. What that means is they’ve paid for all of the carbon that needs to be offset, including that created from round-trip travel for performers, and that which is created as a result of...Read...
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Christopher McManus Makes Monster Masks

Christopher McManus crafts monster masks with more personality than any monster masks I’ve seen before. Nearly missed this guy’s work, but I’m wholly glad I did not! No doubt painstakingly hand-crafted using finicky materials like feathers and sunglasses. See here for his descriptions of his work. Gas mask meets alien? Look closer, though… it’s made...Read...
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Artopia In Georgetown Strikes Again, Part 1

I’m sad to say that this was my first year attending Artopia in Seattle’s Georgetown neighborhood, but I now wholeheartedly back the event, which is full of shenanigans, music, and of course, art. And to my pleasant surprise, a lot of installation art — which is relatively lacking in Seattle. To the unacquainted, Georgetown is...Read...
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Ryan Bubnis Installation at Perihelion Arts, Phoenix

Came across a really cool and involved solo installation by Ryan Bubnis! The gallery seemed to give him an entire gallery world of his own. I particularly like the last installation and the adorable and awkwardly-shaped sculptures. Photography by Cecilia Singer. Where The Good Thoughts Grow Featuring new paintings, drawings, sculptures and installations from Portland...Read...
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