Monthly Archives: March 2012

Storefronts on the Tee-Vee!

These new televising machines are really something else. Color and sound and everything! And all you have to do is create something revolutionary and they come right out with lights and cameras and make a program about you. Check us … Continue reading

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Dan Reeder’s Gourmet Paper Mache

In the heart of the International District, there is a mural of a giant dragon looking out over Hing Hay Park. This month, the dragon has some company. Dan Reeder, a local artist specializing in paper mache, has installed no … Continue reading

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We’re Big in Japan(ese)!

Did you know that Seattle has its own Japanese-language newspaper? The Soy Source has been publishing a weekly paper for almost eight years. Issue 407 is dedicated to Seattle’s thriving arts scene, including coverage of the Art Lending Library, the … Continue reading

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New Works for South Lake Union

South Lake Union is getting two new pieces installed on Thomas Street! Chris Burnside and Maja Petric are both creating beautiful site-specific works for a pair of adjoining spaces along Thomas, between Boren and Terry. Make sure to check them … Continue reading

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Guest Article

Hey, we’re going to start a little series of guest pieces about the storefronts (lower case) movement and Storefronts’ (upper case) place in that movement. Our first is from Emma Crawford, a young writer who aspires to be a full-time … Continue reading

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Want to see something cool?

The SOIL collective has just moved into the International District, to the Storefronts project space at 601 South King. The collective will be using the space as a sort of public working studio, with various members creating, experimenting, and displaying works in … Continue reading

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Why you oughta…

You know what someone oughta do? Someone oughta nominate someone, or nominate some program, for a 2012 Seattle Mayor’s Arts Award. Just sayin’. Thank you, The Management

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