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University District Street Fair!

All along University Way (a.k.a. The Ave), Saturday 18 May from 10am – 7pm and Sunday 19 May from 10am – 6pm! Join us for the 44th annual U District StreetFair celebrating creativity and community on University Way NE (The Ave). An energetic and exciting celebration, StreetFair offers music on three stages, two international food courts and hundreds of arts and crafts booths. Added to the mix are local businesses and nonprofit community booths to make this truly a community event.


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Kari Westphal & Marin Curry @ Daisy Sky Studio

Kari Westphal creates original paintings using encaustic (wax, resin & pigments) and acrylic paints.

Fabulous finds and redesigns by Marin Curry 
Original encaustic paintings by Kari Westphal

Kari also has original work on display at Cafe Javisti in the Maple Leaf neighbourhood, now – May 31st


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Nguyen Ly Phuong Ngoc (“Sophie”) @ Starbucks

New work by Sophie!


Emile Pitre @ Lucid Gallery

“Campus Walker”

Emile Pitre’s breathtaking images have been a hidden treasure, and this exhibit debuts his work within the public sector. His brilliant photography captures the small moments and splendors that can be easily missed rushing through the UW Seattle campus from day to day. This collection reflects glimpses of spring renewal through delicacy of nature and beauty and the appreciation for the details in life. His work includes a wide spectrum of photos from the contrast of colors and textures in nature, to flowers bathing in what is left of the morning dew, to birds in flight. The work he does inspires us to stop for a moment and take a moment to enjoy life and the beauty that surrounds us.

“47 x 47” @ Cafe Allegro

47 photographs by Nick Shiftlet. Color, digital, pinhole, black and white, infrared, and HDR prints. We’ll also be having live music upstairs starting at 7pm with the Maple Forest Duo.

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“Reanimated Remains: New Beauty in Old Things” @ Gargoyles

“Transformative Assemblage” by Yvette Endrijautzki. Found objects, gathered relics and separated pieces are brought together and survive to form a whole that launches you into an extraordinary carnival journey full of time warps, old memories, and pure magick!

Dean Summers will be showing “Mosaic Skulls.” Death is given new and sparkling life with these animal skulls encrusted in a dazzling mosaic of semi-precious stones and minerals.

Please join us for this amazing show!!! Wine, cheese and other goodies will be served. Also join us on May 18th and 19th for the University District Street Fair! We will have a live sculpting demo and live music for all to enjoy out in front of the shop!!!


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“California Dreamin’ @ BC Surf + Sport

Art show Friday night from 5-9pm! California Dreamin featuring the art of Jesse Thompson with raffle items provided by the fine folks at Thrasher Magazine and Converse Skateboard.


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Heather Rosenberry @ University Business Center

Heather Rosenberry is a fine artist living in Seattle, Washington.  Born in 1972 in Sandpoint, Idaho to a family of artists and musicians, she went on to obtain a BFA with emphasis in Painting/Drawing from OTIS College of Art and Design in Los Angeles, California in 1995.

Her work has been shown throughout California and the Northwest, most recently in group shows at the Freemont Abbey Arts Center, Seattle, WA; Collective Visions Gallery, Bremerton, WA; Spokane club, Spokane, WA; and Portland City Hall, Portland, OR.

She works primarily in the mediums of oil on canvas and chalk pastel on paper. Utilizing a representational style, she is ever fascinated by detail, addressing the triumph and folly of human existence by depicting ambiguous, visual “soundbytes” that invite the viewer to infer their own
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Natural Isreal @ Boulevard Grocery

The cartoons of Natural Isreal! Also featuring music by the Roosevelt High School Jazz Band

Boulevard Grocery is continuing its coffee bag project, a collaboration between Boulevard Grocery and local artists. Each 1-pound bag sells for $21 with a cut going to the artist, the store, and a charity.

Categories: UncategorizedPublished On: May 17, 2013