2860 Northwest Market Street
Hosting a new spring photography show by Tod Gangler, showing tricolor carbon prints from a series photographed in Mexico.
Monster Art and Clothing
5000 20th Avenue NW
Presenting the art of Seattle’s own Starheadboy, a super prolific artist, who flows his vibrant art through pure stream of conscious and relies on raw instinct, unlimited imagination, and constant inspiration to create his work. Plus a performance by aerialist Sarah Goody, dj Jessie Beans spinning tunes, and refreshments.
Ballard Metal Arts Studios & X-Ray Auto
1122 NW 46th Street
Join them for an evening of art, refreshments and demonstrations of forging, casting, and enameling. Featured artists include: Bart Turner with Flying Anvil Studios, displaying his amazing glass cast sculptures; painters Karen Badgett and Corianna Garrels; new enamel works by Julia Garrels-Borgeson, and sculpture by blacksmith Patrick Maher.
Great Harvest Bread Co.
2218 NW Market Street
Mindy Kalee discovered a love for photography by accident, after spending nearly three years living, working and traveling through mostly undeveloped and impoverished countries throughout South and South East Asia and Africa. It was during these years that she fell in love with the human spirit, finding life and resiliency in the most obscure, desperate, and painful situations. She was amazed at how individuals and cultures who have suffered so greatly can live with such a profound brightness of spirit, while continuing to advocate in the midst of the travesties around them. Kalee started taking photos of the people and places known to her. She found that in doing so, she was able to capture how the dichotomy of life and death, darkness and light, hope and despair, history and future connects all of us as humans, no matter where we are from on this planet.