Archive for the ‘Art Links’ Category

Art Links

Artdish
The forums with all sorts of discussions about news in the Seattle art
world make this a must read. Jim Demetre, editor, keeps the discussions
civil and intelligent.

Another Bouncing Ball
Regina Hackett says, “This blog continues Art To Go, which I wrote as the art critic for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, beginning at the end of 2007 and continuing through March 15, 2009. ABB is an exploration of art in Seattle that extends outward, both geographically and by topic, touching on art, politics, literature, dance and whatever it is that the cat drags in.” Read it if you REALLY want to  know what’s going on behind the scenes in Seattle’s top galleries.

The Vroom Journal
Every Sunday Steven Vroom publishes a podcast with the week’s top local and
international art news. He also writes informed reviews of exhibts.
Steven keeps his ear to the ground!

Hankblog
Great resource for the latest  news at the Henry Art Gallery.

First Thursday Official Home
This is a fabulous website with all the galleries in Pioneer Square as well as a super map.

That Ain’t Art
A collaboration by four art aficionados focused on the alternative art scene in the Northwest and beyond.

Seattlest
Covers the local news scene and occasionally includes news from the visual arts world.

Seattle Metroblog
Local news, art, politics, you name it.

The Slog
The Stranger’s visual arts blog with mostly daily updates and thought-provoking discussions.

artsJournal
An absolute must read if you want to stay clued in to the international/national arts scene.

Art Guide Northwest
Full color yearly directory to all galleries and museums in Western Washington. Has articles of interest by Seattle’s top art critics and a calendar of art events.

Artcyclopedia
Artcyclopedia is a great educational site with information concerning your
favorite artist or work of art. The huge  database includes
links to an estimated 80,000 works by 7,000 artists. Most of the
artists are painters and sculptors, but artists who use other art forms
are also included.