The 45th Annual University District Streetfair!

Saturday & Sunday, 16-17 May. Celebrate the 45th anniversary of the longest running street fair in the US! At 45th & University Way (The Ave), we will be bringing together the best in local arts and crafts, music, and food!


“Teenagers” @ Moksha

Featuring an artist called Ten Hundred.

Opening reception:
Friday, 16 April

Musical performance by Ravenna Woods


“Representational Art – Just a Fad?” @ University Business Center

Representational art has been the backbone of art expression throughout human history.  From Cave Art to Contemporary Art, artists begin making their art to express  their deepest emotions by understanding the human figure or the landscape or other objects in their environment.  Most artists are always moving toward or away from representational art because it’s in their DNA.   These artist in our show are expressing this tradition of representational art.

Featured artists: Fong Baatz, Louise Britton, Keven Furiya, Shannon Kringren, Jim Kurihara & Kelly Lyles

Artist’s Reception: 6pm – 9pm


“Thresholds” @ Gargoyles

Please join us for the unveiling of new work by Lis Wright Ivec. Eerie landscapes, liminal spaces, and places of transition… are the theme of this beautiful and haunting event. Prints, originals and cards will be available. The show will run thru June 16th! Refreshments & goodies will be served.

Also at the tail end of the night we will be presenting a “secret” performance by Seattle’s own Golden Gardens for a short set of new songs and magic!!!

And don’t forget the U-District Street Fair happens May 17 & 18~ join us for live sculpting with Ken Hinch and live harp music with “the Gaffer”~ a fun filled weekend for sure!


Aubry Andersen @ Zoka Coffee

Aubry Kae Andersen (also known as A. Ka), local artists and illustrator, presents mixed media collages of colorful nudes and fantastical figures rendered in paper, fabric, pencil, and pastel. 

May 2-May 31. 

Art Walk reception on May 16, from 6-9pm.


Laura Cameron @ Chaco Canyon

“Celtic Art has fascinated me since high school, when I picked up a how-to book on Celtic art at the Scottish Highland Games. I still have that book, Celtic Art, Methods of Construction by George Bain, and have recently used it (and other source materials) to teach one of my pupils how to create knotwork and spirals, as well as a small demo instructional for the PNW Clan Cameron Heritage Society. I consider myself still a student myself in this complex and challenging art form. It is still popular today, and for good reason: It’s a beautiful puzzle! The Celts were a fascinating people, and their art still resonates on down through the millennia.” ~ Laura Cameron

Categories: UncategorizedPublished On: May 16, 2014