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NEPO House is proud to present the final

NEPO 5K DON'T RUN 2015 // The End is NEPO!

SATURDAY August 29th 2015
From Hing Hay Park (ID) to NEPO House (Beacon Hill)
Suggested ADMISSION $15 (children are free)

For the last time local artists will transform nearly 5km of ordinary city streets into an urban wonderland. Come see their site-specific installations and performances, bring your friends, kids, uncles and aunts, and remember: hop, skip and jump - just don't run!

Vis-a-Vis Society, DK Pan, Gretchen Frances Bennett, Nathaniel Russell, Sylwia Tur, Shaun Kardinal, Maura Brewer & Anastasia Hill, Maggie Carson Romano, Claire Cowie & Leo Saul Berk, SYNKHRA Pie & Mystical Orchid, meadow starts with p, Eirik Johnson, PE|Mo, Nat Evans, Klara Glosova, NoTouching Ground & Kat Larson, John Radtke, John Osebold, Trevor Johnson, Adam Boehmer, Arron Murray, Coco Alfred, Samuel Wildman, Coleman Pester // TECTONIC MARROW SOCIETY, Colleen RJC Bratton, Seth Friedman, Greg Lundgren, Rathke/Wright/Cohen/Law, Chris Burnside, Cameron Hostetter and Forrest Perrine, Peter Dee, Alyza DelBread Monley, & Jan Trambauer, Philip Ladeau, Aidan Fitzgerald, Joey Veltkamp & Ben Gannon, Max Cleary & Katy Lester, Jean Nagai, Britta Johnson, Fritz Rodriguez, Keara Rhoades, Ryan Law, Isabel Blue, Francesca Lohmann, Ken Turner, Glenn Herlihy, Margarita Sánchez Urdaneta, Sean Kearney, Jennifer Zwick, Claude Zervas, Carolina Silva & Rumi Koshino, Matt Browning, Julia Freeman, John Teske, Calie Swedberg, Elias Hansen, Sarah Galvin, Reilly Sinanan and more!

(423 Maynard Ave S, Seattle WA - corner of Maynard and King) 
Registration by Vis-a-Vis Society
MC Neil Ferron 

ART WALK 1:00 - 6:00 PM

(1723 S Lander St, Seattle WA)
Performances curated by Alice Gosti 
Bands: LAKE, Lisa Prank and The Fabulous Downey Brothers
Food Trucks: Tasty Vibes and Chopstix Mobile
Drink or Don't Drink Garden

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Out of Sight
to Aug 2

Out of Sight

Vital 5 Productions proudly presents

A survey of contemporary art in the Pacific Northwest.

Curated by Kirsten Anderson, Sharon Arnold, Greg Lundgren and Sierra Stinson.

In tandem with the Seattle Art Fair, Out of Sight presents over 100 visual artists in 24,000 square feet of the historic King Street Station. Join us for this landmark event. 

Exhibiting Artists:
Humaira Abid, Iole Alessandrini, Julie Alexander, Julie Alpert, Megumi Shauna Arai, Rick Araluce, Nola Avienne, JD Banke, Crystal Barbre, Baso Fibonacci, Joey Bates, Justin Beckman, Jared Bender, Gretchen Frances Bennett, Zack Bent, Gala Bent, Evan Blackwell, Colleen RJC Bratton, John Brophy, Jazz Brown, Bette Burgoyne, Max Cleary, Frank Correa, Tim Cross, Casey Curran, Brian Cypher, Sue Danielson, Jack Daws, Patrick “Duffy" De Armas, Jed Dunkerley, Warren Dykeman, Barbara Earl Thomas, Debbie Faas, Leiv Fagereng, Jueqian Fang, Aidan Fitzgerald, Scott Foldesi, Julia Freeman, Erin Frost, Neal Fryett, Justin Gibbens, Damien Gilley, Klara Glosova, Mandy Greer, Francisco Guerrero, Laura Hamje, Robert Hardgrave, Colleen Hayward, Jenny Heishman, Julia Hensley, Jesse Higman, C. Davida Ingram, Jeff Jacobson, Claire Johnson, Sean M. Johnson, Ken Kelly, Patrick Kelly, Dave Kennedy, Izzie Klingles, Kirk Lang, Kat Larson, Mike Leavitt, Rich Lehl, Greg Lewis, Margie Livingston, Francesca Lohmann, Amanda Manitach, Chris McMullen, Jennifer McNeely, Katie Metz, Steven Miller, Ryan Molenkamp, Saya Moriyasu, Scott Musgrove, David Nelson, Matthew Offenbacher, Tyna Ontko, Michael Ottersen, Joe Park, Shannon Perry & Kyler Martz, Mary Ann Peters & MKNZ, Eleanor Petry, Jason Puccinelli, Cheyenne Randall, Rob Rhee, Tivon Rice, George Rodriguez, Ashleigh Rose Robb, Joe Rudko, Serrah Russell, Sail, Joe Shlichta, Rafael Soldi, Kellie Talbot, Polina Tereshina, Chris Thompson, Kimberly Trowbridge, Sarita Valdes, Joey Veltkamp, Redd Walitzki, Tariqa Waters, Casey Weldon, Chandler Woodfin, Robert Yoder, Claude Zervas, and Jennifer Zwick 

Thursday July 30th – Preview and Grand Opening Party 
Featuring Derek Erdman spinning, a special Doug Newman Slide Show, performance by Mal DeFleur and endurance performances featuring Alice Gosti
$50 (age 21+) includes one re-entry over the weekend
7:00 – 11:00

**ENTRANCE at King Street through Amtrak Entrance**

July 31 $10 (all ages)
Exhibition hours 12:00 – 8:00
Happy hour bar service 5:00 to 8:00
Performance by Evan Flory-Barnes 

August 1 - $10 (all ages)
Exhibition hours 12:00 – 8:00
Happy hour bar service 5:00 to 8:00

August 2 - $10
Exhibition hours: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
(swedish pancake brunch 10:00 to 2:00)

Tickets on sale now at:

Follow us on Instagram @outofsightseattle

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to Sep 10


Seattle University's Kinsey Gallery presents its 2015 summer alumni show Relaxed featuring works by Colleen RJC Bratton. Bratton works with repurposed fabric to transform stark architecture into tender objects. Inspired by countless hours within the Frye Art Museum as a security guard and gallery guide, Bratton's soft structures highlight the idea that prolonged exposure creates sentimental attachments.

Bratton graduated from Seattle University with a degree in Visual Arts and Philosophy. She currently lives and works in Seattle, Washington.

Join us for an Artist Reception Thursday, August 13th from 6-8pm. 

The Kinsey Gallery is located at the intersection of 12th Ave & Marion St. 

The gallery is open to the public Monday thru Friday 8:30am - 4:30pm (excluding University-observed holidays). Admission is always free.  

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Made Personal
to May 30

Made Personal

Made Personal features new work by Serrah Russell, Joe Rudko, and Colleen RJC Bratton, drawn together by their formal composition, minimalist aesthetic, and shared interest in working with found materials that reference a past history. This exhibition will include photo collage, sculpture, fiber arts, and a collaborative publication. The artists will continue studying how gestures of collage can frame common materials as personal and significant. The works will be installed alongside objects (plants, rocks, domestic and architectural symbols) from the artist’s own lives to form pairings and associations that question an understanding of the object and image.

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Not A Void
to Mar 31

Not A Void

Two Shelves presents "Not a Void" a site-specific installation by Colleen RJC Bratton. A Seattle-based artist, Bratton works with repurposed cloth to create soft structures that explore the relationship between self and space. With her installation "Not a Void" Bratton fills the distance between the two shelves in an attempt to graph the dynamic relationship between two entities over time.


Opening reception March 12th 7:00-10:00pm

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