New work by local photographers Easton Richmond and Mike Monaghan.
Wes McClain and Kristin Tollefson: Wes McClain has been contributing work to BAC since 2006 when he was just a wee ninth grader. Kristin Tollefson makes smaller-scale sculptures (compared to her big public art pieces) in wood, metal, and fabric. Free.
(Un/Re) Attached: John Osgood and Miguel Edwards reveal their months-long collaborative investigation of the forces that separate and connect. By exchanging pieces back and forth between each other, they employ a variety of media and a cyclical concept and process. Free.
Kathy Liao: new painterly oil paintings. Free.
little x little: Miniature Print Exhibition is a show of five-by-sevens by the talented Seattle Print Arts artists. Free.
Expo 13: This edition of the annual student show is maybe the biggest yet, featuring nigh on 100 grads and spanning two galleries. Also, food trucks at the reception. Free.
Robert Hardgrave: Drawings and other paper-based, wild-pattern-happy work for this Seattle artist’s first solo exhibition at Cullom. Free.
After the Wawona: Following the immense, weather-sensitive radness that is Capacitor (a past work) and his arresting installation at MOHAI (a 64-foot wood sculpture made of rescued beams from the old Wawona schooner), John Grade brings transformation of the microscopic to the human-scaled with this new series of sculptures. Free.
Ellen Dicola's trippy Arborealis video of found Northern Lights images overlaid with footage of steam, alternating with Dakota Gearhart's Odes to Me, which involves a small singing fish with a large eyeball. Free.
Carol Charney: Photographs of liquids in transitional phases turn out to look very much like oil paintings. Free.
Sheri Bakes: Windsong: peaceful paintings of natural things swaying gently. Free.