Archive for July, 2015

Summer programs at the Michener Art Museum

. July 8, 2015

Summer Concert Series A Little Night Music A Little Night Music, our popular Summer Concert Series, continues with these Wednesday evening performances. Don’t miss out. Tickets go quickly! Speak Low Wednesday, July 8 · 7 to 8:30 pm … With mezzo soprano Suzanne DuPlantis in Cabaret with Harold Evans, piano and Emilio Gravagno, bass An […]

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NASA Expert Delivers Rover’s Messages from Mars at Museum of Flight

NASA Expert Delivers Rover’s Messages from Mars at Museum of Flight

. July 8, 2015

SEATTLE – On July 12 at 2 p.m., NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory engineer Steve Lee will give an insiders look at the risky flight of the Curiosity rover to the Red Planet, and share some of the beautiful images, discoveries and surprises the famous rover has sent home. Lee was a member of the NASA […]

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2014-15 Artist in Residence Exit Exhibition: “There’s No Such Thing as the Future” by Kelley Donahue at Clay Art Center

2014-15 Artist in Residence Exit Exhibition: “There’s No Such Thing as the Future” by Kelley Donahue at Clay Art Center

. July 7, 2015

Kelley’s figurative and abstract organic objects act as three-dimensional canvases. High intensity surface decoration creates a visual maze for the mind to contemplate narrative. Kelley Donahue Artist Statement: I make figurative and non-figurative objects out of clay, which act as three-dimensional canvases. The surface is painted to create illusion of space, and expound on the […]

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July Events at The Museum of Flight

. July 7, 2015

SEATTLE – Thursday, July 9, 7 p.m. Lecture and Book Signing with Author Mark Vanhoenacker, in partnership with the University Bookstore British Airways pilot and writer Mark Vanhoenacker reminds us of the true wonder of flight in his fascinating and poetic new book, “Skyfaring- A Journey with a Pilot.”The author weaves together history, politics, geography, […]

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2014-15 Artist in Residence Exit Exhibition: “My Name is Nobody” by Matthew Smith at Clay Art Center

2014-15 Artist in Residence Exit Exhibition: “My Name is Nobody” by Matthew Smith at Clay Art Center

. July 7, 2015

Growing out of the historical roots of a particular place, Matthew creates videos, installations, and functional objects that engage specific beings and materials in authentic situations. Matthew Smith Artist Statement: Growing out of the physical, geographical, and historical roots of a particular place, my studio practice engages specific beings and materials in authentic situations. The […]

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