Monthly Archives: October 2010

There’s a Brite Light in Chinatown-International District

Brite Collective’s super-talented and super-motivated crew (Dylan, Jean, Christa, Nin), has some big plans for their time at 676 S Jackson. Their mission is to unite the Seattle community through the process of design by creating a forum and a … Continue reading

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Art That Makes Business Sense

“We are picky when it comes to letting groups use our properties for free.” That’s the opinion of Adam Hasson, Senior Property Manager for Samis Land Company, which owns 11 buildings in Seattle’s Pioneer Square neighborhood. But when Adam learned about … Continue reading

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Artist John Fleming Brings New Faces to the Chinatown ID

Recycle, reclaim, reuse – that’s the motto of Storefronts Seattle artist John Fleming. For his installation in Chinatown-International District, John used old traffic signs as his raw material. “There’s enough new stuff out there,” he said. “I love saving a … Continue reading

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AWESOME Sets Pioneer Square on Fire

If you walked by 2nd Ave in Pioneer Square at lunchtime yesterday, you probably noticed some unusual happenings. Self-described ‘band/whatever’ AWESOME used the 610 2nd Ave storefront as the stage for a noon performance. The performance – Savory Onyx Machine … Continue reading

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Tues, Oct 19 = Art + Power Lunch

Take your Tuesday lunch to-go and stop by the storefront at 610 2nd Avenue to see and hear band/whatever “Awesome” perform Savory Onyx Machine, a theatrical and sonic demonstration created for Arts Crush Special Events. From 12:30pm to 1:30pm, the … Continue reading

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First Thursday & ID Excursions

There are a few Storefronts you should include in your First Thursday Art Walk tonight. Now that the artists have had more time in their spaces they have more to share! In Pioneer Square you can stop into Melanie St. … Continue reading

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Dragons in Occidental Park

Artist Dan Reeder’s storefront at 312 Occidental houses a variety of vibrantly colored dragons, bringing a mystical playfulness to Occidental Park in the Pioneer Square neighborhood. Also known as The Monster Man, Dan has been working with papier mache for … Continue reading

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