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Oct
18
Fri
Exhibition: Totally East @ Goethe Pop Up Seattle, Chophouse Row
Oct 18 @ 1:00 PM – 7:00 PM

Come by Goethe Pop Up Seattle Monday-Friday from 1-7 pm to get a glimpse of life during the GDR with the exhibition “Totally East”.

2019 marks the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. Totally East is an exhibition that powerfully portrays everyday life in the GDR. Harald Hauswald’s photos hint at stories of loneliness, authority, and rebellion along with moments of endearment and serenity.

Harald Hauswald, born in 1954 in Radebeul, completed his training in photography in Dresden and moved to East Berlin in 1977, where he became a founding member of the renowned OSTKREUZ photographer agency. In the eighties, he walked the city’s streets and pointed his camera at what someone with a less discerning eye would probably pass by: lonely and elderly people, couples in love, dissidents of the punk movements, soccer hooligans, and young people in churches, standing up for peace and environmental protection.

The exhibition at the Goethe Pop Up comprises of 20 exhibition panels with a wide selection of Hauswald’s known and less known photographs accompanied by texts from Stefan Wolle, Head of Research at the GDR Museum in Berlin, who, like the photographer, grew up in the GDR. Each panel is equipped with QR codes that link to short video interviews with the photographer who reports on the historical context of the respective photograph.

 

 

Seattle Ladies Choir Season 17 – Friday night concert @ Broadway Performance Hall
Oct 18 @ 7:30 PM – 10:00 PM

Seattle Ladies Choir Season 17 Tickets on sale now!

Come listen to the Seattle Ladies Choir sing in perfect harmony at our Season 17 Concerts, including choral versions of songs by Janelle Monáe, Oasis, Dolly Parton, Mumford & Sons, and more!

  • Friday, October 18, 2019, at 7:30 p.m.
  • Saturday, October 19, 2019, at 2:00 p.m. (matinee)
  • Saturday, October 19, 2019, at 7:30 p.m

Doors open 30 minutes prior to concert time; tickets available at the door, subject to availability, prices may vary. Drinks and merchandise will be available to purchase before the show and during intermission. Recommend purchasing tickets in advance to avoid disappointment!

Tickets are on sale now! http://seattleladieschoir.strangertickets.com/

Oct
19
Sat
Exhibition: Totally East @ Goethe Pop Up Seattle, Chophouse Row
Oct 19 @ 1:00 PM – 7:00 PM

Come by Goethe Pop Up Seattle Monday-Friday from 1-7 pm to get a glimpse of life during the GDR with the exhibition “Totally East”.

2019 marks the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. Totally East is an exhibition that powerfully portrays everyday life in the GDR. Harald Hauswald’s photos hint at stories of loneliness, authority, and rebellion along with moments of endearment and serenity.

Harald Hauswald, born in 1954 in Radebeul, completed his training in photography in Dresden and moved to East Berlin in 1977, where he became a founding member of the renowned OSTKREUZ photographer agency. In the eighties, he walked the city’s streets and pointed his camera at what someone with a less discerning eye would probably pass by: lonely and elderly people, couples in love, dissidents of the punk movements, soccer hooligans, and young people in churches, standing up for peace and environmental protection.

The exhibition at the Goethe Pop Up comprises of 20 exhibition panels with a wide selection of Hauswald’s known and less known photographs accompanied by texts from Stefan Wolle, Head of Research at the GDR Museum in Berlin, who, like the photographer, grew up in the GDR. Each panel is equipped with QR codes that link to short video interviews with the photographer who reports on the historical context of the respective photograph.

 

 

Seattle Ladies Choir Season 17 – Saturday matinee concert @ Broadway Performance Hall
Oct 19 @ 2:00 PM – 4:30 PM

Seattle Ladies Choir Season 17 Tickets on sale now!

Come listen to the Seattle Ladies Choir sing in perfect harmony at our Season 17 Concerts, including choral versions of songs by Janelle Monáe, Oasis, Dolly Parton, Mumford & Sons, and more!

  • Friday, October 18, 2019, at 7:30 p.m.
  • Saturday, October 19, 2019, at 2:00 p.m. (matinee)
  • Saturday, October 19, 2019, at 7:30 p.m

Doors open 30 minutes prior to concert time; tickets available at the door, subject to availability, prices may vary. Drinks and merchandise will be available to purchase before the show and during intermission. Recommend purchasing tickets in advance to avoid disappointment!

Tickets are on sale now! http://seattleladieschoir.strangertickets.com/

Seattle Ladies Choir Season 17 – Saturday night concert @ Broadway Performance Hall
Oct 19 @ 7:30 PM – 10:00 PM

Seattle Ladies Choir Season 17 Tickets on sale now!

Come listen to the Seattle Ladies Choir sing in perfect harmony at our Season 17 Concerts, including choral versions of songs by Janelle Monáe, Oasis, Dolly Parton, Mumford & Sons, and more!

  • Friday, October 18, 2019, at 7:30 p.m.
  • Saturday, October 19, 2019, at 2:00 p.m. (matinee)
  • Saturday, October 19, 2019, at 7:30 p.m

Doors open 30 minutes prior to concert time; tickets available at the door, subject to availability, prices may vary. Drinks and merchandise will be available to purchase before the show and during intermission. Recommend purchasing tickets in advance to avoid disappointment!

Tickets are on sale now! http://seattleladieschoir.strangertickets.com/

Oct
20
Sun
Exhibition: Totally East @ Goethe Pop Up Seattle, Chophouse Row
Oct 20 @ 1:00 PM – 7:00 PM

Come by Goethe Pop Up Seattle Monday-Friday from 1-7 pm to get a glimpse of life during the GDR with the exhibition “Totally East”.

2019 marks the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. Totally East is an exhibition that powerfully portrays everyday life in the GDR. Harald Hauswald’s photos hint at stories of loneliness, authority, and rebellion along with moments of endearment and serenity.

Harald Hauswald, born in 1954 in Radebeul, completed his training in photography in Dresden and moved to East Berlin in 1977, where he became a founding member of the renowned OSTKREUZ photographer agency. In the eighties, he walked the city’s streets and pointed his camera at what someone with a less discerning eye would probably pass by: lonely and elderly people, couples in love, dissidents of the punk movements, soccer hooligans, and young people in churches, standing up for peace and environmental protection.

The exhibition at the Goethe Pop Up comprises of 20 exhibition panels with a wide selection of Hauswald’s known and less known photographs accompanied by texts from Stefan Wolle, Head of Research at the GDR Museum in Berlin, who, like the photographer, grew up in the GDR. Each panel is equipped with QR codes that link to short video interviews with the photographer who reports on the historical context of the respective photograph.

 

 

Oct
21
Mon
Exhibition: Totally East @ Goethe Pop Up Seattle, Chophouse Row
Oct 21 @ 1:00 PM – 7:00 PM

Come by Goethe Pop Up Seattle Monday-Friday from 1-7 pm to get a glimpse of life during the GDR with the exhibition “Totally East”.

2019 marks the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. Totally East is an exhibition that powerfully portrays everyday life in the GDR. Harald Hauswald’s photos hint at stories of loneliness, authority, and rebellion along with moments of endearment and serenity.

Harald Hauswald, born in 1954 in Radebeul, completed his training in photography in Dresden and moved to East Berlin in 1977, where he became a founding member of the renowned OSTKREUZ photographer agency. In the eighties, he walked the city’s streets and pointed his camera at what someone with a less discerning eye would probably pass by: lonely and elderly people, couples in love, dissidents of the punk movements, soccer hooligans, and young people in churches, standing up for peace and environmental protection.

The exhibition at the Goethe Pop Up comprises of 20 exhibition panels with a wide selection of Hauswald’s known and less known photographs accompanied by texts from Stefan Wolle, Head of Research at the GDR Museum in Berlin, who, like the photographer, grew up in the GDR. Each panel is equipped with QR codes that link to short video interviews with the photographer who reports on the historical context of the respective photograph.

 

 

Oct
22
Tue
Exhibition: Totally East @ Goethe Pop Up Seattle, Chophouse Row
Oct 22 @ 1:00 PM – 7:00 PM

Come by Goethe Pop Up Seattle Monday-Friday from 1-7 pm to get a glimpse of life during the GDR with the exhibition “Totally East”.

2019 marks the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. Totally East is an exhibition that powerfully portrays everyday life in the GDR. Harald Hauswald’s photos hint at stories of loneliness, authority, and rebellion along with moments of endearment and serenity.

Harald Hauswald, born in 1954 in Radebeul, completed his training in photography in Dresden and moved to East Berlin in 1977, where he became a founding member of the renowned OSTKREUZ photographer agency. In the eighties, he walked the city’s streets and pointed his camera at what someone with a less discerning eye would probably pass by: lonely and elderly people, couples in love, dissidents of the punk movements, soccer hooligans, and young people in churches, standing up for peace and environmental protection.

The exhibition at the Goethe Pop Up comprises of 20 exhibition panels with a wide selection of Hauswald’s known and less known photographs accompanied by texts from Stefan Wolle, Head of Research at the GDR Museum in Berlin, who, like the photographer, grew up in the GDR. Each panel is equipped with QR codes that link to short video interviews with the photographer who reports on the historical context of the respective photograph.

 

 

Oct
23
Wed
Exhibition: Totally East @ Goethe Pop Up Seattle, Chophouse Row
Oct 23 @ 1:00 PM – 7:00 PM

Come by Goethe Pop Up Seattle Monday-Friday from 1-7 pm to get a glimpse of life during the GDR with the exhibition “Totally East”.

2019 marks the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. Totally East is an exhibition that powerfully portrays everyday life in the GDR. Harald Hauswald’s photos hint at stories of loneliness, authority, and rebellion along with moments of endearment and serenity.

Harald Hauswald, born in 1954 in Radebeul, completed his training in photography in Dresden and moved to East Berlin in 1977, where he became a founding member of the renowned OSTKREUZ photographer agency. In the eighties, he walked the city’s streets and pointed his camera at what someone with a less discerning eye would probably pass by: lonely and elderly people, couples in love, dissidents of the punk movements, soccer hooligans, and young people in churches, standing up for peace and environmental protection.

The exhibition at the Goethe Pop Up comprises of 20 exhibition panels with a wide selection of Hauswald’s known and less known photographs accompanied by texts from Stefan Wolle, Head of Research at the GDR Museum in Berlin, who, like the photographer, grew up in the GDR. Each panel is equipped with QR codes that link to short video interviews with the photographer who reports on the historical context of the respective photograph.

 

 

Oct
24
Thu
Exhibition: Totally East @ Goethe Pop Up Seattle, Chophouse Row
Oct 24 @ 1:00 PM – 7:00 PM

Come by Goethe Pop Up Seattle Monday-Friday from 1-7 pm to get a glimpse of life during the GDR with the exhibition “Totally East”.

2019 marks the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. Totally East is an exhibition that powerfully portrays everyday life in the GDR. Harald Hauswald’s photos hint at stories of loneliness, authority, and rebellion along with moments of endearment and serenity.

Harald Hauswald, born in 1954 in Radebeul, completed his training in photography in Dresden and moved to East Berlin in 1977, where he became a founding member of the renowned OSTKREUZ photographer agency. In the eighties, he walked the city’s streets and pointed his camera at what someone with a less discerning eye would probably pass by: lonely and elderly people, couples in love, dissidents of the punk movements, soccer hooligans, and young people in churches, standing up for peace and environmental protection.

The exhibition at the Goethe Pop Up comprises of 20 exhibition panels with a wide selection of Hauswald’s known and less known photographs accompanied by texts from Stefan Wolle, Head of Research at the GDR Museum in Berlin, who, like the photographer, grew up in the GDR. Each panel is equipped with QR codes that link to short video interviews with the photographer who reports on the historical context of the respective photograph.