SHOPSEATTLE.ORG AND INTERSTITIAL THEATRE POP-UP
SHUNPIKE is proud to announce two new Storefronts projects in Seattle’s Belltown neighborhood: ShopSeattle, a pop-up featuring local designers, and Interstitial Theatre, Seattle’s only dedicated video art gallery.
ShopSeattle is local designer Catherine Hubert’s pop-up boutique featuring men’s and women’s clothing, artwork, gifts and furniture made by Northwest artists and designers.
Located a block north of Macy’s in Seattle’s retail core, this beautiful 3,500 square foot space, courtesy of Plymouth Housing Group, will feature about twenty artists and designers during the holiday season and will also serve as a sewing and art studio for the duration of the project.
As Hubert says, “this pop-up boutique will reflect our eclectic Northwest aesthetic. Some pieces will have a dark, romantic vibe, some will be playful, and other work is laser-cut or 3D-printed, reflecting local interests in both handwork and technology.”
Created as an experiment in community, ShopSeattle seeks to serve as a hub for local designers to creating, showcasing, and selling their work as part of our vibrant local design community.
A Designer’s Preview featuring work by Brandon Perhacs, Carole McClellan, Catherine Hubert, Amy Weber, Denise Weir, Tina Marsden and others will be held on opening day, Thursday, October 3.
Opening Thursday October 3, 6-9PM
Haddon Hall, 1919 Third Avenue, Seattle, WA
Through December 26, from 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.
Interstitial Theatre Pop-Up
Interstitial Theatre Pop-Up is an expansive new exhibition space in Seattle’s Belltown neighborhood dedicated to artists working with video, sound and other new media. Curated and run by Interstitial Theatre, the ambitious pop-up project is Seattle’s only gallery dedicated to exhibiting video art.
Interstitial Theatre Pop-Up will exist for 3 months, opening on October 11, 2013 with LOCAL, a ground-level exhibit of video art made by artists living and working in Seattle, WA. Selected artists include Erin Elyse Burns, Joanna Stillwell, Michael Lorefice, and Dakota Gearhart. Ongoing events will include the popular series Video//Yoga and periodic Sound Stage performances and installations.
The amazing Belltown Collective space is provided courtesy of evolution projects.
Opening Friday October 11, 2013, 6 – 9 PM
The Belltown Collective, 2231 First Avenue, Seattle