Get together alley-style to make friends, eat a picnic dinner, and talk about how to make our alleys fun-filled and not gross-stuff-filled. Free.
Professor Norman Lundin discusses the various aspects of creating a persuasive illusion of space. In conjunction with The Landscape: Described and The Landscape: Evoked. Free.
Local artist and poster mogul Darin Shuler is the subject of a night of festivities. Lots of work from the artist plus three bands that have commissioned him in the past. $10.
Inscape Arts adds Screenscape, a film and video component, to its Summer Arts Festival. Free.
Gild the World: Learn to put a gold veneer on ANY SOLID OBJECT. Just think of it... free with admission.
UW MFA student Rebecca Chernow invites discussion about her Test Site project, Small Change, as well as connected topics like economies and labor in the arts. free with admission.
Kat Larson performs her piece, The Love Trust as part of the Weird Sisters exhibition. Wine and live music accompanies her investigation of colonies, economies and "figurative life and death experiences." Free.
Purchase objects from the gallery (in a strictly donation-only kind of way) in this final liquidation phase of Rebecca Chernow's project,Small Change. free with admission.
Kate Lebo unveils a new manifesto during a special brunch edition of her series, Pie School. Part of Hedreen Gallery's ongoing Weird Sisters exhibition. Free.
Opdahl comes to visit all the way from Norway to discuss his show, Mood Paintings of the North. free with admission.
): The Genius Award-winning art collaborative/band of troublemakers known for shutting down the 520 bridge with a floating “desert island” discuss their sculpture exhibition and who knows what else. Free.
While this every-other-week session is ostensibly just about drawing, each meeting comes with the ancillary benefit of a meticulously (and often bizarrely) crafted three-hour soundtrack selected by your meticulous and bizarre host, Jed Dunkerley. $5-$10.