Once again, it's time to fill the streets of Capitol Hill with tipsy art lovers. There are always plenty of excuses to stay home and Netflix, but this month, embrace summer and let lolcats and party hats and adult coloring books (and adult coloring books and beer) draw you out onto Capitol Hill. Jen Graves has recommended shows including a survey of paintings by Northwest Master Guy Anderson at Woodside/Braseth Gallery, a site-specific installation about Capitol Hill's "growing pains" at the latest site of the Seattle Demo Project, and vintage figurines and beautiful works in fiber at Calypte Gallery. If the drinking and whimsy and gallery shows are not enticing enough, we've also heard there might be some Pokemon wandering around. For a full list of July's gallery openings and recommended events, see our calendar here.
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