We’ve got such an embarrassment of art riches here on the Hill, it’s hard to know where to begin to see it all in one night. Here we pull out some of the highlights to inspire you. You can pick up printed maps at any of the art venues or just use the handy mobile website: www.capitolhillartwalk.com with an interactive map.
307 E Pike St
Long-time art walk favorite Ltd. Gallery continues to explore the heights and depths of pop culture. Their current exhibit celebrates the childhood memories of Seattle’s top screen printers. Atari, Mr. Rogers, flower children, Kermit, the A-team are just a few iconic references made by Barry Blankenship, Trevor Basset, Aaron Bloom, Frida Clements, Mike Klay, and Derek Vander Griend. Official Facebook Event Page
504 E Denny Way
Ghost Gallery is going all watercolor this month with their Chromatic exhibition. Using watercolor as the primary medium for this exhibit, Seattle artists Braden Duncan, Chandler Woodfin, Levi Hastings, Rich M Stevens and Siolo Thompson explore the many ways that watercolor can be expressed onto canvas, paper and glass. Catering and cocktails by Wonder Lust Catering, the creative culinary effort of Chef Mike Stamey. 5–8:30.
Elliott Bay Book Company
1521 10th Ave
Elliott Bay current exhibition is PORTAL, a series of 10 aluminum photographic prints by Bridget Baker. PORTAL takes viewers into an escape of the present into situations of the past and future through secret portals.
Northwest Film Forum
1515 12th Ave
We’re shouting out Northwest Film Forum again this month, because they’re new to the art walk and truly show just how wide-ranging our art walk is. They’ll be showing ANIMO! a video program of experimental animation on a continuous loop so pop in anytime from 6:00 to 8:00PM. Works by Joe Waine (New York), Paul Siple (Seattle), Natalie Eakin (San Francisco), Tess Martin (Seattle/The Netherlands) and Cara Rose Fabio (San Francisco) will be featured. Happy hour prices in the bar.
City Arts Summer Art Walk Awards!
1001 E Pike
City Arts Magazine is hosting their quarterly Art Walk Awards at Sole Repair this month. Guest judges have chosen nine finalists from current exhibits around the city- come vote for your favorite and cheer on the winners! There will be drinks, dancing and art from 7:00 to 11:00PM. FREE with RSVP! Must be 21+ to attend.