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Trompe l’Oeil paintings coming to Gunnar Nordstrom Gallery
May 27 2009, 9:32 AM
The Gunnar Nordstrom Gallery will offer new works by Northwest Trompe l’Oeil painter Bill Braun.
What initially appears to be an art project constructed by a third grader is in reality a painting of acrylic on canvas. The subject matter of cut out construction paper flowers and paper doll trees appear to be adhered by masking tape and staples to a crinkled background of brown kraft paper.
Jason Lu to perform with Eastside Symphony
May 28 2009, 5:05 PM
Jason Lu, a junior and an International Baccalaureate student at Skyline High School, will be featured in the May 30 concert of the Eastside Symphony.
Seattle Symphony sets all-Romantic program
Jun 01 2009, 6:11 PM
Music Director Gerard Schwarz will lead Seattle Symphony in an all-Romantic program on Thursday, June 4, at 7:30 p.m.; and Saturday, June 6, at 8 p.m.
ÜberPortrait at Bellevue Arts Museum offers new perspective on portraiture
Jun 01 2009, 6:31 PM
Bellevue Arts Museum offers a fresh perspective on contemporary portraiture with its new exhibition ÜberPortrait, on view June 16 through Oct. 18. Comprised of over 30 works by 11 locally, nationally and internationally celebrated artists, the exhibit examines the ‘portrait’ in all its facets – from individual likeness to overarching cultural identity.
Working in a broad range of media such as sculpture, ceramics, photography, fiber, performance art and film, artists highlighted in ÜberPortrait share a common interest: exploring the age-old fascination with capturing a person’s likeness and/or recreating his or her identity, both as individual and a collective entity.
Ah Xian’s pierced and carved porcelain busts decorated with traditional polychrome Chinese designs are born out of a sense of longing for his former motherland, China.
Seattle Symphony New Chamber series to give final performance of year Sunday
Jun 03 2009, 11:22 AM
Seattle Symphony’s New Chamber series, designed to showcase the talents of individual members of the orchestra, will present its final performance of the year, highlighting music from around the world on Sunday, June 7, at 2 p.m.
Village Theatre part of Tony's winning night
Jun 09 2009, 5:08 PM
The Village Originals musical Next To Normal took home three Tony Awards at the 63rd Annual Tony Awards Ceremony Sunday night. These categories include: Best Original Score, (Music: Tom Kitt, Lyrics: Brian Yorkey); Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical (Alice Ripley); Best Orchestrations (Michael Starobin and Tom Kitt).
Next To Normal (formerly titled Feeling Electric) began as a staged reading at Village Theatre in March 2002. The creative team went on to develop the production further as a Village Originals workshop in June 2005.
Bellevue Arts Museum's Michael Monroe honored by American Craft Council
Jun 12 2009, 10:13 AM
Michael Monroe, Director of Curatorial Affairs at Bellevue Arts Museum (BAM), has been honored with the Award of Distinction for Contributions to the Field of Craft by the American Craft Council. The award “recognizes an organization, institution, corporation or individual who has made significant contributions to the field of craft with a minimum of 25 years of service," according to a recent press release by the American Craft Council, and "honors those who have demonstrated outstanding artistic achievement, leadership and service in the craft field."
'Simply Sweet Jazz' to benefit jazz program at Interlake
Jun 12 2009, 10:14 AM
Interlake High School Music Parents will host a night of music and dessert t 7 p.m. June 18 at Interlake High School.
The award winning jazz bands will perform with special performances by David Kim, Director of Bands at Interlake and Paul Gillespie, Director of Interlake Jazz Band II.
The event aims to raise community awareness of and support for the role of music and arts learning in the complete education provided at Interlake High School, while providing a relaxing and enjoyable community building event.
Artist returns to explore Bellevue, wealth, happiness
Jun 12 2009, 11:22 AM
When Greg Lundgren turned 18, he packed his bags and left his upper-class upbringing in Bellevue to explore cultures outside of his hometown. The conceptual artist spread his wings in Los Angeles and has since settled in Seattle.
Master Chorus Eastside presents 10th annual All-American Independence Celebration
Jun 25 2009, 6:38 PM
Master Chorus Eastside once again presents its All-American Independence Celebration at 3 p.m. Sunday June 28, at Issaquah’s historic Pickering Barn at 1730 10th Ave NW.