Wednesday, October 3, 2007

First Thursday - October 4, 2007

It's that time again. Brave the rain and enjoy the First Thursday Artwalk in Pioneer Square.

ArtXchange Gallery - Continuing through October 29, ArtXchange partners with Seattle-based global health non-profit PATH to display an exhibit by PATH photographer Michael Wang.

Benham Gallery – Presenting the work of Peggy Washburn, Ann Pallesen and Shoshannah White, 3 photographers using 3 unique types of translucent imagery to poetically redefine the world around them. October 3rd - November 10th.

Corridor Gallery – A series of small, colorful embroideries by Su Job explore scientific theories as they affect our views of daily life in new exhibit “Urban Equations.” October 4 – 27.

"Standard Error," 8" x 8,” Photo transfer and thread on canvas, by Su Job

D'adamo/Woltz Gallery – Works in glass and oil by artists Pino Cherchi and Gordon Gagliano.

Foster/White – Work by Lois Graham. Oct 4, 2007 - Oct 27.

Gallery4Culture – “Atmosphere Attached,” new sculpture and collage by Seattle artist Ben Hirschkoff. October 4 - October 26, 2007.

Gallery 110 – “Kokeshi Collection” by Alexandra Gjurasic, “Opposing Forces” by Cindy Small, and “Bound Variables” by Fiona McGuigan in the Loft Space. October 4-27.

Works by Alexandra Gjurasic in her “Kokeshi Collection” at Gallery 110

Gallery I|M|A – Opening reception for “Alan Corkery Hahn: New Pages from the Discontinuous Book,” “Cory W. Peeke – A Brief History, Western Edition,” and introducing "Amanda Hanlon.”

Cory W. Peeke, "Fine Arts," Polaroid and mixed media, at Gallery IMA

Greg Kucera Gallery – Sculpture and photographs by Drew Daly and works on paper by Jason Jegal. Both run October 4th - November 10th. Visit Greg Kucera Gallery on Saturday, Oct 6, for the 'Saturday After' artist lecture (and an opening for new print editions by Chuck Close).

Grover/Thurston Gallery - "A Blink, a Glance and a Stare (oh my)" works by Phyllis Bramson. October 4 - 27th.

Howard House Project Space
– Recent sculptural work by “Sean M Johnson,” from September 27– November 10, 2007.

Installation view of "New Trick Old Dog" by Sean M. Jeanson, at Howard House

James Harris Gallery - An exhibition of sculpture and works on paper by Katrina Moorhead, a young artist from Northern Ireland who represented her country in the last Venice Biennale. In the JHG Project Space, “Claudette Schreuders Sculpture and Works on Paper.” October 4 - November 10, 2007.

Katrina Moorhead, “On or about December 1981,” 2005, at James Harris Gallery

La Familia - Works in contemporary micrography by "Meclina."

Patricia Rovzar Gallery – Oil paintings by R.B. Sprague exploring interior spaces and relationships between objects. October 4 – 31.

Punch Gallery – “A Hundred Horses in a Landscape & Other Collages” by Joanna Thomas, an investigation on the landscape paintings of the Chinese literati from centuries past. October 4 - 28, 2007.

Joanna Thomas, “A Hundred Horses in a Landscape (detail),” 2007, at Punch Gallery

Shift Collaborative Studio – “Sub-divisions,” by Garth Amundson and Pierre Gour, an installation of photography and appropriated images covering an eight month investigation of the themes of domesticity, immigration, and national identity. October 4 - 27, 2007. Also, enjoy a conversation with the artists on Saturday, October 13th at 3 pm.

"Obra Negra No. 2 - Contemporary Declaration," from "Sub-divisions" at Shift Studio

SOIL – “I'm So Scared/It's All So Hard,” work by Jennifer Zwick and “Puget Sounds” by Jean Nagai in the Backspace.

Jennifer Zwick - "Hanging (back), Lambda print, 2007, at SOIL Art Gallery

Some Space Gallery - Some Space curators Daniel Carrillo and Shaun Kardinal exhibit their recent work in “Directors' Cut.”

Wall Space – “Ground Cover” by photographer Keith Johnson, a response to the construction in Boston and New Haven; the places Johnson works and lives.

Keith Johnson - "I-95 Branford" at wall space gallery

William Traver Gallery – Blown and carved glass by Davide Salvadore, and reverse painting on glass/plexi by Gregory Grenon.

First Thursday Late Night

The Hideout – Live music with the Dusty 45s. 9 pm.

Northwest Film Forum - See and be seen at the opening night party for the “Local Sightings” regional film festival. Food, drink, djs, live musicians, film/video projections and much more. Thursday, October 4th (9pm-2am) - Tickets are $7 for NWFF members / $10 general public - Purchase tickets here.

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