Sun, Oct 27 | University Heights Center

Art Hub

Join us for our first Art Hub for Fall 2019! What better time to interact with artists than right before a play about art & artists? Come to Art Hub from 5-7, engage with visual artists, jewelry makers & clothing creators & stay back for Paula 101, a brand-new play by a local playwright from 7-9!
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Art Hub

Time & Location

Oct 27, 2019, 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
University Heights Center, 5031 University Way NE, Seattle, WA 98105, USA

About the Event

Ticketing: Our Pay-What-You-Can model allows our events to be accessible to the entire community! We have no minimum or maximum amount suggested, we simply ask you to pay what you can.

The UHeights Artist Collective has an ongoing Gallery of works on daily display throughout the halls of this gorgeous old historic building, open for all to visit at any time. The Collective also hosts occasional gatherings to bring together our artistic community! From visual artists and artisans, jewelry makers and clothing creators, to performers in dance, music, and poetry, we celebrate what our community has to offer.

The Art Hub is a place to come to gather and meet the artists, learn about their work and buy directly from them, as well as take a lesson or two in technique for fun or skill building. Overall, Art Hub is a gathering of people and friends who support Art, Artists, and Community. Come see what it’s all about!

Featured artists/art orgs in the Oct 27th Art Hub include:

 

1). Visiting artist, playwright, Pamela Hobart Carter whose play Paula 101 will be performed from 7 to 9, right after Art Hub.

Pam will be tabling her artwork along with other members of the Artist Collective. When adults asked seven-year-old Pam what she wanted to be when she grew up, she told them, an artist.  Pam's artwork is almost all generated from a live model these days. 

2). Paws With Cause.

Founder Alix Frazier will be inviting you to create some paintings of your own at her table. "Join Paws With Cause for an open paint session to help bring shelter animals out of the cages and into public places. Your time and concern is all it takes! We create the sketch and you color inside (or outside) the lines. Do More Good in your community!”

3). Brittani Anglin with Crane City. 

We are delighted to have Brittani's beautiful peace cranes adorning the halls and windows at UHeights. Learn from Brittani how to create your own origami crane! "Crane City Installations are a reflections of every individuals experience built into one flock and an emblem of peace to our world. This traveling art piece is not only about seeing a beautiful art piece, it is also an interactive installation that moves around Seattle. The viewer is asked to write a wish, a peace offering of their highest vision of the world and people within their city or town on their papers before folding. Add your bird to the ever growing flock to be hung up for the next exhibition!"

4). Artist Steven Omondi visiting from Kenya.

Steven makes handmade jewelry, earrings, and bracelets. He also draws batiks and paintings. He has a variety from his artist group in Kenya - salad spoons, batiks, paintings, and many more. 

5). Crochet Artist Caitlin Cook, who crochets from vintage or original designs, to keep her hands busy binge-watching Let's Plays!

All Ages Welcome // Free Parking.

Accessibility: Wheelchair lift available at the SW entrance (off Brooklyn Ave).

Max capacity of 250 lbs. Call UHeights staff for assistance at:  (206) 235-8567

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