Shoreline Public Art Expo Aug 2 at City Hall - meet the artists

Friday, July 21, 2017

Nightingale Dance Troupe
Photo courtesy City of Shoreline

The culmination of a year of public art projects and exhibitions, Shoreline’s Public Art Expo event offers inside glimpses of current street-piano artworks, site specific sculpture projects in urban forests and public space, and three indoor exhibitions at City Hall.

Artists will be in attendance to share their stories of the application process, installation and fabrication, and ongoing challenges.

Wednesday Auguar 2, 6:30pm – 8:30pm City Hall at 17500 Midvale Ave N in Shoreline 98133.

Kelly Lyle - in progress, a riff on the Wizard of Oz with a red brick road
(interurban trail at Ronald Place)  instead of the usual yellow brick road --
Photo courtesy City of Shoreline

Pop-Up Pianos: Now in its 6th season, recently finished piano artwork on display by Megan Reisinger, Joseph Brooks, Kelly Lyles, and Cynthia Knox.

Interurban Artscape: Sculpture exhibition at Town Center Interurban Trail features site specific projects by Todd Lawson and Bill Franklin, with additional new work by Ken Barnes and Matt Babcock.

Ceramic by Jacob Fortran
The Fine Arts of Sustainability Guest Curated by Photographer Anna Mia Davidson, with large scale photographs by Eirik Johnson (Courtesy Gibson Gallery Seattle) and Annie Musselman. Second Floor, Through October 20, 2017.

Beyond the Picture Plane Guest Curated by Architect Ray C. Freeman III. An exhibition of augmented-reality artwork featuring viewing pads, wall-mounted sculpture with scanning targets, pedestals, and other new media art objects. First Floor Temporary Gallery. Through August 10.

The Performance of Place Guest Curated by Artist Christen Mattix. A group exhibition exploring intersections of place and performance. Francie Allen, Garth Amundson & Pierre Gour, Amber Barney-Nivon, Erica Elan Ciganek, Tiffany Danielle Elliot, Maggie Hubbard, Scott Kolbo, Jess Levine, Kelly Lyles, Christen Mattix, KateVrijmoet, Matthew Whitney. Fourth Floor, Through October 20, 2017.

PLUS in Lobby: Nightingale Dance Troupe Performance; Lauren Iida Jacob Foran, Beneath an Eyelid Lies a Moon (ceramic head series) 2015; Péppe, Swirling Cherry and Butterfly (wood sculptures); Washington State Button Society, display vitrine.


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