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Opening from 5-9pm tonight in the Main Gallery at Cornish , 1000 Lenora Street, is “Neddy at Cornish,” honoring the work of a selection of artists who embody the spirit of the Neddy Award. This is the 16th year the school has helped propel the careers of artists in our area. The recipients of the 2012 Neddy at Cornish art awards: Stacey Rozich (Painting) and Eirik Johnson (Open Medium). Both artists will receive an unrestricted grant of $25,000 and will be featured in the Neddy at Cornish exhibition along with the additional six finalists.
The Gage Academy of Art, 1501 10th Avenue East in Seattle, has a lot going on for the next month. On view from April 18 – May 13 in the Rosen Gallery is “Capture, drawings and paintings created by the students of the Kang-O’Higgins Atelier. “My Broken Loom” features the works of Brian Cypher, Robert Hardgrave, Jenny Heishman and Kimberly Trowbridge, on view from April 20 – May 12 in the Steele Gallery. Kimberly Towbridge will give a lecture on April 20 at 7pm. “In Focus,” on view in the Entry Gallery from April 20 – May 10, features paintings from the students of the Faigin Atelier. Opening receptions for both exhibitions will be April 20 from 6-8pm. Shown: by Robert Hardgrave.
South Seattle Community College Gallery, 6000 16th Avenue, SW in Seattle, is showing Shaw Osha’s exhibition “backscatter” through May 2. The show combines painting, photography and video to explore the condition of commuting, buoyancy, and the weather. A talk by the artist and a reception are scheduled for April 12 from 1:30-3pm.
The Hedreen Gallery in the Lee Center for the Arts at Seattle University, 901 12th Avenue, opens an exhibition by Matthew Green in a reception tonight from 5-9pm. His work ranges from painting to performance and artistic urges used to stimulate real disruptions, in galleries and outside of them. The artist invites the public as well as National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts conference participants to join him in glazing several hundred circular eyes before they are kiln fired and displayed in the gallery.
Tip Toland, Christyl Boger, Lisa Clague, Cristina Cordova, Adrian Arleo, Anne Drew Potter, Kathleen Skeels, Aisha Harrison and Christine Golden showcase the female figure as a vehicle to explore the personal nuances of the feminine in an exhibition called “The Making of the Realm of the Feminine: Interior Edge” at the Gage Academy of Art, in the Steele Gallery at 1501 10th Avenue East in Seattle. On view from March 27 through April 13, the opening reception takes place on March 30 from 6-8pm. Guest curator Christine Golden describes how the artists were chosen for the Steele Gallery exhibition and elaborates on the concept of the Interior Edge in a lecture on March 30 at 7pm.
“Game Theory ,“ a group exhibition examining chance, participation and play in art practices opens September 8 at the Cornish College of the Arts Main Gallery, 1000 Lenora Street. Curated by Cable Griffith, the exhibit was inspired by the inquiries into chance operations by Cornish legends Merce Cunningham and John Cage and will be accompanied by a series of music, dance and theater performances by Cornish students and faculty. The opening reception is September 7 from 5-8pm. The show runs through October 19.
Cornish College of the Arts, 1000 Lenora Street on Floor 3, opens “The Show is Over,” an exhibition of works examining the "anti-portrait" – images or objects stained with the residue of human interaction, yet in their present state, void of any life that may have once been – maps and scars of a personal geography. The title of the show was chosen from the Christopher Wool painting of the same name. The reception is September 7 from 5-8pm. Shown: Ric Warren, City Wall: Constant Shifts.
University of Puget Sound’s Kittredge Gallery announces the 2010 Art Students Annual, on display from Nov. 22 to Dec. 11, 2010. The opening reception is scheduled for Wednesday, Dec. 1, from 5 to 7 p.m. Merit awards, donated by local art-related businesses and institutions, will be presented at 6 p.m. The reception is open to the university community, as well as the general public.
South Seattle Community College, 6000 16th. Avenue SW, is showcasing a diverse range of works created by artists living in the South Seattle community. The exhibit provides an opportunity for an open forum bringing artists both on and off campus together to share and discuss artwork and will be on view through December 6.
Curated by Cornish Exhibitions Curator Jess Van Nostrand, Cornish College of the Arts Main Gallery, 1000 Lenora Street, opens “Cunningham in the Northwest” on September 7 from 5-8pm. The exhibition,explores the connection between choreographer and former Cornish student Merce Cunningham and his hometown region. “Cunningham in the Northwest” honors the choreographer’s legacy and examines ways in which his relationship to Cornish and the northwest inform his philosophies and the work he created. Among those featured include Seattle sound artist Trimpin, and Seattle printmaker Barbara Robertson. The show runs through October 22.
Mentors and students show together in “Under Her Wing,” a new show running from July 30 through August 20 at the South Seattle Community College Art Gallery, 6000 16th. Avenue SW. The show involves women with serious exhibition histories and deep roots in the community. An artists’ reception takes place on August 3 from 11:30am-1:30pm at the Jerry Brockey Student Center. Shown: Baby Liberty Saves Pakistan from the Taliban by Tatiana Garmendia.
Jointly organized by the Jacob Lawrence Gallery at the University of Washington School of Art and SOIL , “NOW/THEN” is a selective overview of past and present works by eighteen SOIL artists; including sculpture, photography, painting, and installation. Opening on Tuesday, July 13 from 4-7pm, the exhibition will remain on view until Saturday, July 24. The opening and exhibit are at the School of Art, University of Washington, on Stevens Way.
On view through June 11 in the Steele Gallery at the Gage Academy,1501 10th Ave. East, #101, is an exhibition examining how ideas evolve as a piece is created. Participating artists including Timothy Cross, Matthew Offenbacher, Dawn Cerny and Ryan Finnerty. There will be a concurring lecture by Cross on May 21 and an artists’ reception from 6-8pm.
On view in the Rosen Gallery at the Gage Academy, is an exhibition where Juliette Aristides’s Classical Atelier students present new drawings and paintings, developed over their last year of studies. The artists’ reception is May 21 from 6-8pm. Shown: Sarah by the Window, by Juliette Aristides.
Walker Hall exhibits his final paintings after completing the Classical Atelier’s four-year intensive program with a reception on May 21 from 6-8pm in the Entry Gallery.
Cornish College of the Arts, 427 9th. Avenue North, honors graduating seniors from the art and design departments with an exhibition showcasing their individual education and experience at Cornish. The exhibition will show from May 15-29 with an opening reception on May 14 from 5-9pm.