MUSEUMS

BELLEVUE ARTS MUSEUM

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On Mapping: New Perspectives with a Common Thread, work by four contemporary fiber artists. Through Sept 3. 510 Bellevue Way NE, Bellevue, 425-637-1799.

recommended FRYE ART MUSEUM

Opening. Klompen: Sound sculptor Trimpin makes 120 Dutch clogs dance in the air. Trimpin will speak Fri July 14 at 6 pm followed by author Rebecca Brown at 7:30 pm. Through Jan 21, 2007. Spectatorship and Desire: Love restores the paintings that curator Robin Held removed from the walls, set beside visitor comments made in their absence.Through March 4, 2007. “When a man plants a flag, he imagines that his ownership radiates outward from his hand like a nuclear blast, touching what has become his… [Sigrid] Sandström suggests that ownership is a poor substitute for knowledge—and that representing an object or a place in art is like staking a claim in inhospitable land.” (Jen Graves) Through Sept 10. “In (Robyn) O’Neil’s Bosch-like pencil drawings, all connection has been severed between the humans and the beasts, and it doesn’t look good for people.(Graves) Modern Nature is Amy Helfand’s loosely garden-based collages, rugs, and furniture upholstery. Through July 30. Robert Yoder’s Sluice Gate: a hand-tufted wool rug with its own literal and figurative topography. Through Sept 10. 704 Terry Ave, 622-9250.

recommended HENRY ART GALLERY

The Laughing Monks: ceramicist Akio Takamori mines the Henry’s collection and mingles it with his own work. Through Oct 22. Threshold: Byron Kim 1990–2004 is memory as monochrome painting. Through Sept 17. Maya Lin: Systematic Landscapes: “Temporary, non-site-specific exhibitions are not Lin’s strength.” (Graves) Through Sept 3. 15th Ave NE and NE 41st St, 543-2280.

MUSEUM OF GLASS

Karen LaMonte: Absence Adorned. Through Sept 4. Fresh! Contemporary Takes on Nature and Allegory. Through Dec 31. Kickin’ It with Joyce J. Scott. Through Oct 22. 1801 Dock St, Tacoma, 253-284-4732.

MUSEUM OF NORTHWEST ART

Opening. All in the Painted View: six artists including Anne Appleby and Margie Livingston survey the landscape, from realism to expressionism to total abstraction. Reception Sat July 15, 2­–5 pm. A tribute to the sculptor Italo Scanga (1932–2001). Through Oct 8. 121 S First St, La Conner,360-466-4446.

NORDIC HERITAGE MUSEUM

Dream Time—Fairy Photo Challenges. Through July 30. 3014 NW 67th St, 789-5707.

SEATTLE ASIAN ART MUSEUM

Seattle Art Museum downtown is closed for renovations until spring 2007; SAAM is filling in. There’s studio glass, art deco sculpture, contemporary art (don’t miss Claude Zervas’s neon river, nooksack, and Jeffry Mitchell’s religious lampoon), paintings by Morris Graves and Mark Tobey, and photography by Johsel Namkung. Through Aug 6. Iranian-born Shirin Neshat’s video installation, Tooba, is a lyrical portrait of a menaced woman making a kind of escape. Through Oct 15. 1400 E Prospect St, Volunteer Park, 654-3100.

recommended TACOMA ART MUSEUM

Twenty-five years of Akio Takamori’s renowned, large-scale ceramic sculptures marrying Matissean and Japanese woodblock lines. Through Oct 8. Blake Haygood’s exploding machine, Barbara Earl Thomas’s obituary collage, and Dawn Cerny’s biblical sea of body parts are part of the 2006 Neddy Artist Fellowship survey. Through Aug 13. The Essence of Line: French Drawings from Ingres to Degas. Through Sept 17. Native American art and culture as inspiration for pop artist Roy Lichtenstein. Through Sept 4. 1701 Pacific Ave, Tacoma, 253-272-4258.

VANCOUVER ART GALLERY

The most complete exhibition of Haida art ever, the museum says: Raven Travelling: Two Centuries of Haida Art. Through Sept 17. The latest in prefab home design: Some Assembly Required. Through Sept 4. Arthur Erickson: Critical Works, 12 major projects from 40 years of work. Through Sept 10. 50 Hornby St, Vancouver, BC, 604-662-4700.

WHATCOM MUSEUM OF HISTORY & ART

Contrasting Objectives: Fifteen Pacific Northwest Photographers includes Jim Breukelman of Vancouver, BC, Rebecca Cummins and Claude Zervas of Seattle, and Christopher Rauschenberg of Portland. Through Sept 10. 121 Prospect St, Bellingham, 360-676-6981.

WING LUKE MUSEUM

Jimmy Tsutomu Mirikitani, curated by Roger Shimomura. Through Sept 17. These Walls Can Speak: Untold Stories, featuring the historic Kong Yick, Higo, and Eastern Hotel buildings. Through Dec 10. 407 Seventh Ave S, 623-5124.

OPENINGS

CENTER ON CONTEMPORARY ART

The Hope Series by Robert Kantor,Christian French with Buried Treasures, and Mike Berg’s Run My Hand Around the Font. Reception Sat July 15, 8 pm–midnight. 410 Dexter Ave N, 728-1980.

COLUMBIA CITY GALLERY

Support The Stranger

Constellation of Shadows and Leaves: mixed media by Carletta Wilson. The Human Animal: new works by gallery artists. Reception Sat July 15, 5–8 pm. Through Sept 10. 4864 Rainier Ave S, 760-9843.

CRAWL SPACE GALLERY

Piss President: a recent examination of our nation’s capitol in drawings by Brad Biancardi. Reception Sat July 15, 6–9 pm. Through Aug 13. 504 E Denny Way, #1, 322-5752.

ELECTRIC HEAVYLAND

Dead + Moving. Painting and illustration by Fourthcity artist Kinoko. Reception Sat July 15, 4–8 pm. Through Aug 30. 252 NE 45th St, 545-8200.

FENOMENA ART GALLERY

The Spirit of Africa. Reception Thurs July 13, 8 pm. Through Aug 31. 200 Roy St, #104, 399-5301.

GALACTIC BOUTIQUE

Unusual Beauty: Contemporary Stained Glass Art by Joby Shimomura. Reception Fri July 14, 6–9 pm. Through July 31.1213 Pine St, 749-9167.

THE GILT EDGE SOCIETY

The Munny Show, curated by Schmancy, with artists ParsKid, Shawn Wolfe, Le Merde, and many more. Reception Fri July 14, 7 pm-midnight. Through Aug 14. 2312 Fourth Ave, 728-8008.

recommended LAWRIMORE PROJECT

Revelation Ceremony at the new Lawrimore Project (“[a] 5,000-square-foot gallery [that] feels as spacious and diverse as a small museum and is by far the sexiest place to experience art locally” [Jen Graves]) for SuttonBeresCuller’s If These Walls…, in which the three artists—winners of last year’s Stranger Genius Award—reveal what they’ve been making inside a 32-by-32-by-16-foot box in the gallery for the past three weeks. Reception Sat July 15, 6–10 pm. Through July 29. 831 Airport Way S, 501-1231.

PHOTOGRAPHIC CENTER NORTHWEST

Resonance, the 11th Annual Photographic Competition Exhibition. Lecture by juror Paul Kopeikin Fri July 14, 6:30 pm at SAAM. Through Aug 30. 900 12th Ave, 720-7222.

PRINT ZERO

New works by Heather Stapelman. Reception Thurs July 13, 6-10 pm. Through July 15. 323 N 105th St, A-2, 363-2997.

CONTINUING EXHIBITIONS

20twenty

Water Wings: nine photographers on the swimming pool. Through Aug 9. 5208 Ballard Ave NW, 706-0969.

ALIBI ROOM

Tartaruga Lowlands: paintings by Kamala Dolphin-Kingsley. Through July 28. 85 Pike St, 623-3180.

ART ON CENTER GALLERY

Site and Seen: Northwest photographers. Through July 29. 1604 Center St, Tacoma, 253-230-1673.

ARTFX

The Art of Natural Science. 420 N 35th St, 545-7459.

ARTISTS’ GALLERY OF SEATTLE

Second annual Northwest African American Fine Art Exhibit. Through July 31. 902 First Ave S, 340-0830.

ART PATCH GALLERY

California Roll: Junichi Tsuneoka (Stubborn Sideburn) and his graphic explosion. Through July 27. 306 S Washington St, Ste 102, 697-3587.

ARTSWEST GALLERY

Fifth Annual Members’ Show. Through July 22. 4711 California Ave SW, 938-0339.

ART/NOT TERMINAL GALLERY

Snapped: four artists consider the definition of art photography. Rivers of Light: new work by Tudor Gradinaru. Through Aug 3. 2045 Westlake Ave, 233-0680.

ARTXCHANGE

Legacies of War: artwork by bombing survivors from Laos. Through Aug 26. 512 First Ave S, 839-0377.

BALLARD FETHERSTON GALLERY

New Paintings by David Konigsberg. Through July 21. 818 E Pike St,322-9440.

BALLARDWORKS

GardenArts Invitational: ten local artists, garden-themed art. Through Aug 6. 2856 NW Market St, 784-9987.

BAZR GALLERY

40/Love: music, art, fashion, tennis, animals. 910 E Pine St, 617-2161.

BELLEVUE CITY HALL

Bellevue Arts Commission presents the Seventh Biennial Bellevue Sculpture Exhibition. Through Oct 9. 110 Ave NE, 425-452-4852.

BELLTOWN LOFTS

Photographs by Timothy Wind and Michael Ross. Through Aug 13. 66 Bell St, 770-9277.

BISHOP HARVEY GALLERY

Three different artists give us three different mediums: painting, photography, and pottery. Through Aug 5. 524 Main St, Edmonds, 550-4372.

BLUEBOTTLE ART GALLERY

The Great Outdoors: eight artists relate to nature. Through July 29. 415 E Pine St, 325-1592.

BLVD GALLERY

Natural Selection: Losefatu Sua, Sam Sneke, and Angry Woebots. Through Aug 5. 2316 Second Ave,374-8977.

CAFFE LADRO

Silks-screen works by Lucas Vidana. Through Aug 31. 435 15th Ave E, 267-0551

CAFFE SENSO UNICO

Trent’anni Fa: photographs by Michael Sheldon. Through July 30. 622 Olive Way.

CATHERINE PERSON GALLERY

At Once: group show. Through Aug 25. 319 Third Ave S, 726-1836.

CHRISTOFF GALLERY

Decades of Rock: photography by Darrell M. Westmoreland. Through July 30. 6004 12th Ave S #17, 767-0280.

CORRIDOR GALLERY

Windows: photographs by Mark Sullo. Through July 30. 306 S Washington St, 856-7037.

D’ADAMO/WOLTZ GALLERY

Synthesis: painting by Simona Foggitt. Through Aug 1. 307 Occidental Ave S,652-4414.

recommended DAVIDSON CONTEMPORARY

Contain: Mary Iverson shows a new body of work highlighting her continued investigation with a geometric aesthetic and shipping yards. Through July 29. 310 S Washington St, 624-7684.

DAVIDSON GALLERIES

Contemporary Prints from Eastern Europe & Russia: work by new and established artists. The Published State, Part One: original prints commissioned for French publications. Through July 29. 313 Occidental Ave S, 624-1324.

DESIGN COMMISSION

Pedal: Reloaded, the art and artifacts of bike messengers. Through July 31. 121 Prefontaine Pl S, 223-7709.

ELKA ROUSKOV GALLERY

New paintings, Dancing on the Bones of Giants, by Billy Davis. Through July 31. 15 Lake St, ste 201, Kirkland, 425-828-0757.

EXPERIENCE MUSIC PROJECT

From the vaults of Paul Allen: DoubleTake: From Monet to Lichtenstein: In its six years, EMP has been more of an overpriced tourist attraction than a home for the exchange of ideas about rock music, and rock is something we know Allen loves. How does he really feel about art, and what is his vision for showing it? This show doesn’t answer those questions. Instead, it relies on celebrity. Even in rock, that only goes so far.(Graves) 2901 Broad St, 770-2700.

FACERE

Signs of Life: contemporary jewelry art and literature. 1420 Fifth Ave, 624-6768.

FAIRE GALLERY CAFE

Kaleidoscope: new paintings by Kimisha Turner. Through July 23. 1351 E Olive Way,652-0781.

FANCY+PANTS GALLERY

Daddy Was a Hobo Too: paintings by Rachael Schafer. Through July 30. 1914 Second Ave, 956-2945.

FOSTER/WHITE GALLERY

Spaces Within by Will Robinson. Vacancy by Sheri Bakes. Through July 26. 220 Third Ave S, 622-2833.

FOUNTAINHEAD GALLERY

Natural Origins,A group show of contemporary baskets. 625 W McGraw St, 285-4467.

FRAME UP STUDIOS

Mixed-media paintings by Karin Bolstad. Through Aug 1. 3515 Fremont Ave N, 547-4657.

FRANCINE SEDERS GALLERY

Indigo Babies: an installation by Marita Dingus. Work by gallery artists. Through July 29. 6701 Greenwood Ave N, 782-0355.

FRIESEN GALLERY

Works from artists represented by Gallery DeNovo, a neighbor to Friesen’s original Sun Valley location, which turns 20 this year. 1200 Second Ave S,628-9501.

FUEL COFFEE

New work by James Sutherland. Through July 31. 610 19th Ave E, 329-4700.

G. GIBSON GALLERY

Chevaleresses: paintings by Alicia Berger and 58° North: photography by Iain Stewart. Through Aug 26. 300 S Washington St, 587-4033.

recommended GALLERY 4CULTURE

Disaster: new paintings by members of the Capitol Hill Watercolor Society. Through July 28. 101 Prefontaine Pl S,296-7580.

GALLERY 63 ELEVEN

Stranger contributor and grunge photographer Charles Peterson presents us with photographs from nearly a decade of travel. Through Aug 9. 6311 24th Ave NW, 478-2238.

GALLERY 110

Glass vessels by Patricia Weyer and paintings by Mike Lewis. Through July 29. 110 S Washington St, 624-9336.

GALLERY IMA

A group show with Beth Adams, Paul Metivier, and John Paul Schafer. Through Aug 1. 123 S. Jackson St, 625-0055.

GARDE RAIL GALLERY

Southern Folk Art featuring vintage works by The Rev. Howard Finster and Mose Tolliver. Through Aug 31. 110 Third Ave S, 621-1055.

GLASSHOUSE STUDIO

Glass artists Charles Lowrie and Rahman Anderson. Through Aug 2. 311 Occidental Ave S, 682-9939

GLOBAL ART VENUE

Paintings by Carrie Goller. Through Aug 3. 314 First Ave S, 264-8755.

GOLD SHOE GALLERY

Eight artists in painting, sculpture, ceramics, drawing, and prints. Through July 31. 619 Western Ave, fifth floor, 447-9667.

GORDON WOODSIDE/JOHN BRASETH GALLERY

Paintings and prints by Kenneth Callahan. 2101 Ninth Ave, 622-7243.

THE GREAT NABOB

Mixed-media pop art paintings by Lucas Vidana. Through July 31. 819 Fifth Ave N,281-9850.

GREG KUCERA GALLERY

The legendary quilt-makin’ ladies of Gee’s Bend, Alabama. Through Sept 2. 212 Third Ave S, 624-0770.

GROVER/THURSTON GALLERY

New work by Joe Brubaker. Through July 29. Occidental Ave S, 223-0816.

HABITUDE

Paintings by Jordan Swain. Through July 30. 2801 NW Market St, 782-2898.

recommended HALO

New paintings by Rachel Maxi. Through July 22. 1919 Third Ave,256-0715.

recommended HOWARD HOUSE

New sculpture survey: Jon Haddock, Jason Wood, Jenny Heishman, Diem Chau, Sean Johnson, Michael O’Malley, Erik Geschke. Through Aug 26. 604 Second Ave, 256-6399.

ICEBOX CONTEMPORARY ART

Final Week. Shouldn’t Throw Stones: multimedia installation by Donna Sue Stack. Through July 14. 301A Puyallup Ave, Tacoma, 856-7114.

INSTALLATION SPACE

Waiting For BodhiDarma: an installation in two acts by Christian French. Through Sept 30. 1601 Second Ave, Ste. 400, 624-3827.

JACK STRAW NEW MEDIA GALLERY

Kichul Kim presents his interactive sound sculpture Rapport. Through July 28. 4261 Roosevelt Way NE, 634-0919.

recommended JAMES HARRIS GALLERY

A Difference of Outlines and Outcomes: new, smart work by Todd Simeone. Through July 29. 309A Third Ave S, 903-6220.

JOE BAR

Beasts and Super-Beasts: new work by Beatrice Billard. Through July 31. 810 E Roy St,324-0407.

JOHNNYWOW! STUDIO/GALLERY

Slabtown Bride-Mart: Solving the Family Values Crisis. 619 Western Ave, fourth floor, 549-2184.

recommended KIRKLAND ARTS CENTER

Clay? A national ceramic exhibition juried by UW professors Jamie Walker, Akio Takamori, and Doug Jeck. Through July 29. 620 Market St, Kirkland,425-889-2963.

LA ROUSSE

Paintings by George Perrou. Through July 31. 430 Virginia St, 448-1515.

LAURA FROST GALLERY

Art and music to benefit the Feral Cat Spay/Neuter Project. Through Aug 10. 5805 14th Ave NW, 783-1451.

recommended LEE CENTER FOR THE ARTS

Painted On by 10 Seattle painters including Brian Murphy, Bradley Biancardi, and Francisco Guerrero. Through Aug 25. 901 12th Ave,296-5360.

LINDA HODGES GALLERY

Paintings by Karen Yurkovich. Through July 29. 316 First Ave S, 624-3034.

LISA HARRIS GALLERY

Summer Group Show, curated by Susan Werder. Through July 30. 1922 Pike Pl, 443-3315.

LOCAL COLOR

New works by six artists. Through July 31. 1606 Pike Pl,728-1717.

LOST LUGGAGE

Quilts: paintings by Tina Randolph. 306 Dexter Ave N, 728-6044.

LYNNWOOD LIBRARY GALLERY

Paintings by Susie Wind. Through Aug 17. 19200 44th Ave W, Lynnwood, 425-744-6459.

M. ROSETTA HUNTER ART GALLERY

Etapas y Tecnicas: works by Rene Julio. Through Aug 18. 1701 Broadway, #2BE2116, 344-4379.

MITCHELLI’S GALLERY BAR

Dress Up: works by metal artist Sandy Lew-Hailer. Through Sept 4. 84 Yesler Way, 623-3883.

NATIONAL PARKS CONSERVATION ASSOCIATION

Oils, watercolors, and photographs in Northwest National Parks: From Inspiration to Action. Through Sept 2. 313A First Ave S, 903-1444.

NOC NOC

New paintings by Joe Vollan in this dancerie. 1516 Second Ave, 223-1333.

NORTHWEST CRAFTS CENTER GALLERY

New and selected artworks by Edd Cox are Temple Garden. Through July 14. 105 Harrison St,728-1555.

OKOK GALLERY

Work by Toshi Asai. Through July 30. 5107 Ballard Ave NW, 789-6242.

OLIVODOCE ART SPACE

A collaboration of drawings and watercolors by Jessixa and Aaron Bagley. Through July 31. 1203 E Olive,819-0179.

PATRICIA CAMERON GALLERY

Look Both Ways: new paintings by Amanda Coleman. Reception Wed July 19, 5–8 pm. Through Aug 26. Final Week. Long After the Silence: drawings and installation by Linda Kane. Through July 15. 234 Dexter Ave N, 343-9647.

PLATFORM GALLERY

Unnatural Presence is new sculpture by Eric Eley, Rachel Lowther, Christian Maychack, Melissa Pokorny, and Jon Rajkovich. Through July 29. 114 Third Ave S, 323-2808.

recommended PUNCH GALLERY

Justin Colt Beckman gives us beer, shooting, open land, and house building in Eastern Philosophies: Part One. Through July 30. 119 Prefontaine Pl S, 964-2443.

REVOLUTION COFFEE & ART

Lily, Roots, and Mercy by Chanda Castillo. Through July 29. 4217 SW Admiral Way, 932-3661.

REVOLUTIONS

Canadian artist Carmen Tomé. 7012 Woodlawn Ave NE, 527-1908.

ROQ LA RUE

Three young painters longing for the natural world: Audrey Kawasaki, Myna Sonou, and Scott Altmann. Through Aug 2. 2312 Second Ave, 374-8977.

SCHMANCY

Delectable Demons: new work by Angie Mason. Through July 31. 1930 Second Ave, 728-8008.

SEATTLE CITY HALL GALLERY

Public Architecture: Content to Form by Seattle photographer Stephen L. Rosen. Through July 31. 600 Fourth Ave, 684-7171.

SEATTLE LGBT COMMUNITY CENTER

Spirituality: a group show curated by Jean-Paul Page. Through July 31. 1115 E Pike St, 323-5428.

recommended SEATTLE ART MUSEUM RENTAL/SALES GALLERY

Artists from the Linda Hodges Gallery. Through Aug 5. 1220 Third Ave, 343-1101.

SEV SHOON ARTS CENTER

Print Zero Studio Artists: a group show. Through Aug 5. 2862 NW Market St, 782-2415.

SHIFT STUDIO

Pale Sun: new works by Carolyn Zick. Through July 29. 306 S Washington St #105, 962-0201.

SMITH TOWER GALLERY

Portraits by Burgandy Viscosi. Through July 30. 512 Second Ave,666-9039.

recommended SOIL ART GALLERY

The Artful Scheme of Happiness is a riotous installation of drawings and ephemera “owned” by a fictional eccentric millionaire, by Dawn Cerny and Alice Tippit. Through July 30. 112 Third Ave S, 264-8061.

SOME SPACE GALLERY

Photography and printmaking by Daniel Carrillo. Through July 27. 625 First Ave, 718-3104.

SPACE GALLERY

Life-size nudes made out of Legos by David Winkler. Through July 31. 1907 Second Ave, 910-8029

SQUARE ROOM

New work by Kem Alexander. 1316 E Pike St, 267-7120.

SWEATSHOP INC.

You, Them, and All Things Together by Oakland art and design collaborative Essen. Through July 27. 1202 E Pine St, Ste B, 388-2373.

SUYAMA SPACE

SHHH, a major installation by German-born composer/sculptor Trimpin, is a sphere orbiting on an 18-foot-diameter metal ring, producing sound caused from the changing velocity of rotations. Whiz-bang! Through July 28. 2324 Second Ave, 256-0809.

TIMES INFINITY GALLERY

Photography by Olivier Coste Renoult. Through July 30. 122 NW 36thSt, 973-4470

TOLLBOOTH GALLERY

Movement, a video and print installation by Claire Yuckert. Through Aug 13. Broadway and S 11thSt, Tacoma, 253-572-0995.

UNIVERSITY HOUSE AT WALLINGFORD

Visually Speaking: MFA and BFA student work. Through Oct 13. 4400 Stone Way N, 447-1181.

VAIN

Elephants, Bunnies, and Bears. Mixed media by Lisa Hasegawa. Through July 31. 2018 First Ave, 441-3441.

VETRI INTERNATIONAL GLASS

New work by John Nutter. Through July 24. 1404 First Ave, 667-9608.

VIVEZA GALLERY

Final Week. Codex Specialis: Palimpsest resin paintings by Rebecca Woodhouse. Through July 16. 2604 Western Ave, 956-3584.

WALL SPACE

Elements: photography by Randall J. Corcoran. Through July 20. 600 First Ave, Ste 322, 330-9137.

recommended WESTERN BRIDGE

It isn’t that the group show of painting, video, photography, and installation at Western Bridge this spring doesn’t have serious concerns… But Boys and Flowers—organized by Western Bridge director Eric Fredericksen, whose style is marked by intelligent levity—sticks with the play of its title. The show is more of a fat, supple peony than a tightly wound, prickly rose.” (Jen Graves) Through Aug 12. 3412 Fourth Ave S, 838-7444.

WHITMAN GALLERY

Final Week. Solo show by Jackie Brooks. Through July 15. Harvard Ave and Seneca St, 325-6051.

WILLIAM TRAVER GALLERY

Quest: paintings by Alan Fulle. New work by glass artist Massimo Micheluzzi. Through July 30. 110 Union St #200, 587-6501.

WINSTON WÄCHTER FINE ART

Paintings: by Peter Waite. Through July 28. 203 Dexter Ave N, 652-5855.

WOOLWORTH WINDOWS

Tacoma Contemporary presents Femmes Regionales, Brian Goeltzenleuchter, Karen Hanmer, and Ericka Hedgecoc. Through July 30. S 11th St at Broadway and Commerce St, Tacoma.

WRIGHT EXHIBITION SPACE

An exhibition of poetry as visual art organized by Wave Books. Through Nov 15. 407 Dexter Ave N, 264-8200.

ZEITGEIST

New works by Allison Manch. Through Aug 2. 171 S Jackson St,583-0497.

EVENTS

CRAWL SPACE GALLERY

Slide Crawl 2 has video artists Cat Clifford, Tony Weathers, and Stephen Slappe talking about their work. Curated and hosted by Diana Falchuk. Tue July 18, 7:30 pm. 504 E Denny Way, #1, 322-5752.

EXPERIENCE MUSIC PROJECT

DoubleTake Talks: What Sparks Creativity? Panel discussion with Ann Powers, Greg Bear, and Michael Klein. Thurs July 13, 7 pm, free. 325 Fifth Ave N, 262-3221.

KIRKLAND ARTS CENTER

SummerFest: art and wine on the waterfront. July 14–16. Marina Park, downtown Kirkland,425-889-2963.

LANGSTON HUGHES PERFORMING ARTS CENTER

Dream Weavers of Borneo: The Living Traditional Culture and Arts of Borneo. Lecture, video, and slide show. Sat July 15, 7 pm. 104 17th Ave S, 684-4757.

recommended MARYHILL DOUBLE

Annie Han and Daniel Mihalyo, Seattle artist-architects who work under the name Lead Pencil Studio, have created a full-scale architectural double of the completely weird and isolated Maryhill Museum. The double stands across the Columbia River gorge from the museum and about a mile way, in stark Oregon grassland. (Which will be weirder?) Open to the public noon to dusk the second and fourth Sundays of each month through Oct 1. See www.disjecta.org/events/maryhill_july06.php for details.

SALON BLAST

Nuts: the paintings of Rachael Peacock mingle with the music of Rocky Votolato. One night only. Fri July 14, 7–10 pm, free. 2306 24th Ave E, 325-2471.

SEATTLE ASIAN ART MUSEUM

Dream Weavers of Borneo, represented by international textile authority and designer Edric Ong, speaks about Sustaining and Supporting the Arts and Crafts of Traditional Cultures. Fri July 14, 7 pm. 1400 E Prospect St, Volunteer Park, 654-3100.

TACOMA ART MUSEUM

Bastille Day celebration: performance, live music, French wine, cheese, and more, free. Fri July 14, 5:30–8:30 pm. 1701 Pacific Ave, Tacoma, 253-272-4258.

YOUNGSTOWN CULTURAL ARTS CENTER

The Youngstown Art Affair! Delridge Neighborhood Development Association’s First Annual Art Auction Fundraiser and 10-Year Anniversary Celebration. Fri July 14, 6–10 pm, $50. 4408 Delridge Way SW, 923-0917 x122.

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