2010 Press

The Light! exhibit reviewed in Seattle’s International Examiner newspaper. Brooklyn-based artist Kenzan Tsutakawa-Chinn (of Studio 1thousand) is also inspired by […]

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Sense Us 2010: Latino/a Artists in the Pacific Northwest

Through painting and photography, documentary and abstraction, these ten artists balance heritage and culture with the Puget Sound perspective.

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Press and Discussion from the Sense Us 2010 exhibit!

The Sense Us 2010 exhibit generated an amazing amount of press, community interest, and discussion in our Seattle community. Thank […]

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Cora Edmonds in Seattle Woman Magazine

Read Art as Cultural Exchange by Shelley Seale in Seattle Woman Magazine. Seattle’s diverse, multicultural population provides the ideal setting […]

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American/Asian travels to Seattle City Hall

April 15 – June 14Opening & Artist Reception: April 22, 4-6pm Featuring MalPina Chan, Carina A. del Rosario, Jonathan Wakuda […]

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ArtXchange show gives a sense of depth, breadth of Latino art in the NW

“!Sense Us!” group show at Seattle’s ArtXchange, includes Latino and Latina painters and photographers whose work ranges from photorealism to […]

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Indigo | Laura Kina and Shelly Jyoti

Catalog from Laura Kina and Shelly Jyoti’s international, traveling exhibition, Indigo. A transcultural exploration of the history of Indigo and its role in many cultures.

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Cora Edmonds in the Queen Anne/Magnolia News

Photo exhibit in Swirl sheds light on remote Nepali villages and the people who live there By Jessica Van Gilder […]

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Deborah Kapoor | Breathing In, Breathing Out

The exhibition catalog for encaustic sculptor, Deborah Kapoor’s, Breathing In, Breathing Out exhibition at ArtXchange Gallery. Includes an illuminating essay by art historian Stephany Rimland.

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Joan Wortis | Points of Departure

The work in Joan Wortis: Points of Departure originates from multiple forms of media – cloth, paper, physical objects such as honeycomb and antique books, and Joan’s own photography.

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