The Nature of Johnpaul Jones, Outside the Line: The drawings of architect and designer Jones, as well as drawings from a group of other drawers. Free.
3 X 2 Part II : A juried show demonstrating a collaborative effort between the International Society of Glass Beadmakers and the Seattle Metals Guild, featuring the work of 80 artists. Free.
Constellation: An Ouverture to the Zodiac: A group show, featuring interpretations of the signs of the zodiac from over forty local, national and international artists. Free.
A call for art that will the grace the forests surrounding the wonderful Carkeek Park.
53rd Annual Group Exhibition: Wow, I didn't even know Seattle had been around for 53 years! Participating artists include George Tsutakawa, Johsel Namkung, Ambrose Patterson, Viola Patterson, and a bunch more. Free.
Esther Ervin: Ervin devotes an entire show her efforts in a new medium. This new medium is masks. Free.
Handed Down: A group show centered on stewardship of our natural environment. Free.
KAC Call for Entries: Artists can submit up to three pieces. All mediums accepted! $20.
Tory and Norman Taber: A married team of children's picture book illustrators. Precocious children in Mad Hatter hats, fairies, Little Red Riding Hoods, all with a sort of cartoony roundness. Free.
Anastomosis: Which means, a cross-connection between adjacent channels, tubes, fibers, or other parts of a network. Claire Johnson's landscape paintings focus on this concept. Free.
Gayle Bard, Timea Tihanyi: Paintings from Bard, small primitivist architectural sculptures from Tihanyi. Free.
Jacob Kohn: Common subjects of Kohn include reflective ponds, lily pads, atmospheric skyscapes, flowers. In the Alumni Gallery. Free.
Paintings About Trees: Three regional artists take a look at our tall, wooden friends from various perspectives. Free.
Danny Lyon: The Bikeriders: In the 1960s, American photographers and filmmakers like Diane Arbus, Larry Clark, and Danny Lyon turned toward the strange and the countercultural, producing pictures of what everybody else was wondering about. Lyons's series of black-and-white shots of bikers is a classic, and the Henry has just acquired a cache of them. The characters are charismatic and lost, frightening and lovable, and at least a little part of you wishes you were every one of them. $10 suggested.
Katinka Bock: A and I: Katinka Bock is an up-and-coming European sculptor whose sculptures are quiet and subtle in appearance, but internally busy with activity, sort of like shy people. They're art that's in more than one place at a time. A puzzle of black, square ceramic tiles laid on the floor is a map of a school hallway in France, where Bock placed a layer of raw ceramic on the floor, put carpet over it, let everybody walk on it as usual for a while, and then cut the ceramic into squares an... more » $10 suggested.
Hands at Work: Photos by Summer Moon Scriver of hands doing all the things that hands do: pulling ropes, playing electric guitars, laying bricks, playing acoustic guitars, et cetera. $9.50.
In Shadow: A group show exploring shadows, with art from Rebecca Cummins, Caroline Kapp, Pat de Caro, and Jasmine Valandani. Free.
A reception for decorative painters from around the world, held at the beautiful Union Station, a work of art in its own right. The four day event will include lectures, demonstrations, and the collaborative creation a large painted mural that will be donated to the city of Seattle.
Jessica Hoffman and Akiko Jackson: Hoffman's work requests active participation from the viewer. Her piece Stereoviewer is like one of those old View-Masters you have to peer through to see. Jackson's sculpture are fully manifest in the world: large, gold, black, and sharp. Free.
Yukiyo Kawano: Kawano is a third-generation atomic-bomb survivor, and her installation includes large-scale fabric replicas of the Fat Man and Little Boy. Free.
Chamber music for strings featuring the glass instruments of Gary Word. Free.