There are a lot of good reasons to submit art to 10 x 10 x 10 x Tieton, Mighty Tieton’s inaugural juried exhibition, before the July 5 deadline. The theme? Small is big. Which is a lot like Tieton, a little town over the Cascades in Washington State that’s home to our letterpress studio and a plethora of other compelling projects and artists.
Ed Marquand, Gail Gibson of Gail Gibson Gallery and Greg Kucera of Greg Kucera Gallery form the jury. All entries will be featured in a color catalogue of the exhibit. For an application and full details, download a PDF of the prospectus here.
The celebrated exhibition, Fleeting Beauty: Japanese Woodblock Prints closes July 4 at the Seattle Asian Art Museum. If you’re in the Seattle-area and haven’t been to the show, which includes Hokusai’s Great Wave off Kanagawa, now is the time.
Marquand produced the exhibition catalogue, featuring prints from renowned ukiyo-e artists of the 18th and 19th centuries.
Continue reading: “Last Chance”
Bringing together editors, designers, curators, publishers, and printers, the biennial The National Museum Publishing Seminar is a rare chance for everyone from our small professional world to be in (almost) one room together. It’s always both fun and engaging.
Continue reading: “Publish or Perish”
D.A.P. Executive Director Sharon Gallagher and Ed Marquand made a splash at The Standard Hotel in NYC on May 26 during a BookExpo America party. Sharon is wearing an “artist’s book skúta” in honor of a new exhibition in New York State featuring a project by Skúta Helgason:
Continue reading: “What is this Woman Wearing?”
This Friday night’s SAM Remix at Seattle Art Museum promises to be especially action-packed. A few highlights:
-Artist talk and book signing with Roy McMakin (9 pm)
-Rare screenings of Andy Warhol’s Fifteen Minutes, shown on MTV in the 1980s (9 pm and 11 pm)
-Fascinating tours with members of Seattle’s arts and music communities, Seth Aaron Henderson of Project Runway, and more (every 15 minutes from 8:30 to 11 pm)
-Musician Sean Nelson performing live in the galleries
-SAMtrax playlist curated by Kevin Cole of KEXP
-Factory T-shirt silkscreening
It’s rumored the event will sell out, so if you’re in the Seattle-area be sure to buy tickets on-line here. The entire museum, including the exhibitions, love fear pleasure lust pain glamour death — Andy Warhol Media Works and Kurt, will be open from 8 p.m.-12 a.m June 4. The first 100 people wearing wigs get in free!
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