West Seattle Blog... » West Seattle Art Walk http://westseattleblog.com West Seattle news, 24/7 Fri, 29 May 2015 05:14:06 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.4.2 HAPPENING NOW: West Seattle Art Walk, May 2015 edition http://westseattleblog.com/2015/05/happening-now-west-seattle-art-walk-may-2015-edition/ http://westseattleblog.com/2015/05/happening-now-west-seattle-art-walk-may-2015-edition/#comments Fri, 15 May 2015 03:01:28 +0000 WSB http://westseattleblog.com/?p=310370 One spotlight stop tonight:

Cheryl Robinson is the featured artist at Click! Design That Fits (WSB sponsor) in The Junction. See and read about her paintings and ceramics on the official West Seattle Art Walk website. (Click! is at 4540 California SW, and Art Walk is on until 9 pm – see the full venue list/map in today’s daily preview.

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VIDEO: Scenes from West Seattle Art Walk, April 2015 edition http://westseattleblog.com/2015/04/happening-now-west-seattle-art-walk-april-edition-2/ http://westseattleblog.com/2015/04/happening-now-west-seattle-art-walk-april-edition-2/#comments Fri, 10 Apr 2015 02:48:01 +0000 WSB http://westseattleblog.com/?p=306661

(WSB photos by Torin Record-Sand)
This month’s West Seattle Art Walk is on until 9 pm – and at one of the stops, Twilight Gallery and Boutique (4306 SW Alaska), you’ll find Rebecca Rose and her wearable sculptures. It’s opening night for her show “The Spinster and the Carpenter.” If you can’t get there tonight, you’ll also find her giving a talk on Saturday night (April 11th), 6-8 pm. The full list of tonight’s Art Walk venues is in our daily preview published this morning; we’ll add scenes from a few more stops soon.

8:28 PM: At Emerald Water Anglers (42nd/Oregon; WSB sponsor), Little Edie‘s performing bluegrass:

At C & P Coffee Company (5612 California SW; WSB sponsor), Mary McGough‘s show has a story behind its title “True Start“:

As noted in the announcement, it’s her first solo show, decades after she showed art at Seattle Center while in kindergarten!

P.S. Missed tonight’s Art Walk? It’s on the second Thursday of the month, year-round, so make plans to explore venues and meet artists on May 14th. You can also refer to the aforementioned venue list while you’re out and about in the days ahead – many shows stay up for the rest of the month at participating locations.

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Happening now: West Seattle Art Walk, almost-spring edition http://westseattleblog.com/2015/03/happening-now-west-seattle-art-walk-almost-spring-edition/ http://westseattleblog.com/2015/03/happening-now-west-seattle-art-walk-almost-spring-edition/#comments Fri, 13 Mar 2015 02:46:40 +0000 WSB http://westseattleblog.com/?p=303734 Until 9 pm, get out and enjoy the West Seattle Art Walk – we’ve made a few stops in The Junction:

That’s Michael Doyle, an illustrator who’s at VAIN (4513 California SW; WSB sponsor) for the opening reception of “32 Teacups,” described as “a show about secrets, dreams, and time travel.” Along with his illustrations … you’ll see these teacups:

He explains the inspiration: A friend of his had a dream about him, his art, and teacups. So he built the show around her dream – including the teacups. If you miss it tonight, don’t worry, his show is there through April.

At Wallflower Custom Framing (4735 42nd SW; WSB sponsor), oil painter/photographer Taylor Reed is showing her work:

The description of her show notes, “Most recently she has been inspired by gold, silver and copper leafing combined with oils, sometimes using it as a mere accent, and others to fill the canvas with the warmth that it brings.”

More to come … and if you missed the map/venue list earlier, find it in our West Seattle Thursday highlights.

8:01 PM: At Emerald Water Anglers (4502 42nd SW: WSB sponsor), this Art Walk night brings not only art, but another edition of Writers on the Fly:

Martha Silano is reading from her book of poetry “Reckless Lovely.” Video when we’re back at HQ. You’ll also find the art of Leah Hemberry Ricketts at EWA.

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Happening tonight: First West Seattle Art Walk of 2015! http://westseattleblog.com/2015/01/happening-tonight-first-west-seattle-art-walk-of-2015/ http://westseattleblog.com/2015/01/happening-tonight-first-west-seattle-art-walk-of-2015/#comments Fri, 09 Jan 2015 00:00:21 +0000 WSB http://westseattleblog.com/?p=297547

Every quarter, the West Seattle Art Walk changes up its poster art and venue list – some new, some continuing – and so, with two hours until this month’s WSAW begins, we present the new versions of both.

So which artists will you see when you go out to tonight’s Art Walk, 6-9 pm? Check out the previews on the official website, where you’ll also find the full-size venue list. (And if you’re looking for what else is up tonight, check our calendar.)

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Scenes from November 2014 West Seattle Art Walk! http://westseattleblog.com/2014/11/happening-now-november-2014-west-seattle-art-walk/ http://westseattleblog.com/2014/11/happening-now-november-2014-west-seattle-art-walk/#comments Fri, 14 Nov 2014 03:17:04 +0000 WSB http://westseattleblog.com/?p=292062

Until 9 pm, it’s West Seattle Art Walk night around the peninsula! Above, artists and spouses Kate Endle and Chris Ballew are at CAPERS, as previewed in our daily highlights list earlier today. South to Morgan Junction:



Office Junction (WSB sponsor) is at 6040 California SW. And back in The Junction, wearable art is part of the new group show at Twilight Gallery:


Adding more when our crew gets back!

10:17 PM: Click ahead for three more views from our two stops:

Chris Ballew at CAPERS:

Also there – Chief Sealth International High School students selling the benefit West Seattle Wildlife calendar featuring photos by Mark Wangerin:

And at Twilight, we met Jennifer Charkow from Stone Crow Designs:

Most of the displays highlighted during Art Walk are up all month long, so if you missed the chance to enjoy art tonight, you’re not entirely out of luck.

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Three West Seattle Junction scenes from October 2014′s Art Walk http://westseattleblog.com/2014/10/three-west-seattle-junction-scenes-from-october-2014s-art-walk/ http://westseattleblog.com/2014/10/three-west-seattle-junction-scenes-from-october-2014s-art-walk/#comments Fri, 10 Oct 2014 06:07:07 +0000 WSB http://westseattleblog.com/?p=288339 From three stops on tonight’s West Seattle Art Walk map, all in The Junction:

West Seattle High School artist Audrey Martin was showing work in a tent. A ShelterBox tent, to be specific, set up in Junction Plaza Park for Art Walk night, as a pop-up location for the work of Audrey and other student artists, presented by the Rotary Club of West Seattle‘s Rotaract group. Also in The Junction, an early Halloween:

Artist Todd D. Martin has “Haunted” work on the walls at Hotwire Online Coffeehouse (WSB sponsor) – which was decorated spookily for the night, including lights and sound effects. Luminarias too! From there, we headed to Wallflower Custom Framing (also a WSB sponsor), which is hosting work by Patri O’Connor this month:

It’s always a party at Wallflower on Art Walk night – proprietor Courtney Sievertson (right) had another special guest – Heidi Herr from Admiral Bird:

Heidi brought beverages and soup. While the treats offered at many Art Walk venues are generally just for WSAW night itself, most shows are up for the entire month, so if you missed them tonight, stop by sometime soon! The list and map are on the WSAW website. (And set a reminder for the November Art Walk – great time to find unique holiday gifts – Thursday, November 13th.)

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West Seattle Art Walk night, and more of what’s up for your Thursday afternoon/evening http://westseattleblog.com/2014/10/west-seattle-art-walk-night-and-more-of-whats-up-for-your-thursday-afternoonevening/ http://westseattleblog.com/2014/10/west-seattle-art-walk-night-and-more-of-whats-up-for-your-thursday-afternoonevening/#comments Thu, 09 Oct 2014 17:42:13 +0000 WSB http://westseattleblog.com/?p=288215


That’s the venue list/walking map for tonight’s West Seattle Art Walk – click it for a full-size version. The Art Walk tops our list of highlights from the WSB West Seattle Event Calendar:

ART WALK NIGHT! 19 venues from Admiral to Sunrise Heights – the list changes each quarter, so take a look and see who’s ready to welcome you, 6-9 pm. Many artists/venues are previewed on the official Art Walk website – among them, West Seattle High School students presenting their work at Junction Plaza Park. WSB sponsors featuring artists include Hotwire Online Coffeehouse, where you’ll see Todd Martin‘s annual Halloween show ; at Wallflower Custom Framing, you’ll find West Seattle painter Patri O’Connor (along with beverages and soup from Admiral Bird); and Shelli Markee is at Click! Design That Fits, and co-working hub West Seattle Office Junction is highlighting art by Don DeLeva.

Also:

SOUTHWEST YOUTH & FAMILY SERVICES OPEN HOUSE: 2-6 pm, come enjoy a barbecue and find out more about the resources you can access via SWYFS – details in our calendar listing. (Delridge/Alaska)

SEALTH OPEN HOUSE/CURRICULUM NIGHT: The annual event for Chief Sealth International High School students’ families is tonight, starting with dinner at 5 pm, open house at 6 pm. Details in the school newsletter. (2600 SW Thistle)

SECOND THURSDAY OUT: LGBTQ community members and friends are invited to the monthly event at the Senior Center of West Seattle (and dinner in The Junction), 6-9 pm. (Oregon/California)

WINE TASTING AND MUSIC: 7-9 pm, enjoy both at C & P Coffee Company (WSB sponsor) – details here. (5612 California SW)

LOTS MORE GOING ON! See for yourself on our calendar.

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Happening now: West Seattle Art Walk, September 2014! http://westseattleblog.com/2014/09/happening-now-west-seattle-art-walk-september-2014/ http://westseattleblog.com/2014/09/happening-now-west-seattle-art-walk-september-2014/#comments Fri, 12 Sep 2014 01:11:14 +0000 WSB http://westseattleblog.com/?p=285319 From Admiral to The Triangle to The Junction to Morgan Junction, the September West Seattle Art Walk is on until 9 pm. Here’s the map/venue list. Photos to come – watch the WSB Instagram feed in the meantime.

8:01 PM: Had to divert to breaking news, but we made it to two stops and have a photographer at a third. First, at Mind Unwind/Treehouse Lounge in The Admiral District, even before tonight’s featured artist arrived, we found customers exploring creativity:

That’s Mariah and Justin. Then it was on to The Junction, where Click! Design That Fits (WSB sponsor) is featuring two artists tonight – first, in a meet-the-maker event, it’s Steve Lawler of rePly Furniture:

Shelli Markee, best known for her wire birds on the Click! walls, is there too.

ADDED: West Seattle Cellars north of Morgan Junction had two artists tonight, too – Rich Lehl:

… and ET Marsden:

WS Cellars has free wine tastings every Thursday night, by the way, not just Art Walk nights. And it’s just steps away from West Seattle’s only co-working center, WS Office Junction (WSB sponsor):

That’s the WSOJ team posing with some of the art on display in their quarters at 6040 California SW, where you’re invited to a free coworking meetup every Wednesday, noon-1:15 pm. Meantime, next month’s West Seattle Art Walk will be October 9th – in the meantime, many venues keep their displays up all month, so check the WSAW website and check out art in the days and weeks ahead.

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Happening now: West Seattle Summer Fest Eve, July Art Walk http://westseattleblog.com/2014/07/happening-now-west-seattle-summer-fest-eve-art-walk/ http://westseattleblog.com/2014/07/happening-now-west-seattle-summer-fest-eve-art-walk/#comments Fri, 11 Jul 2014 02:33:42 +0000 WSB http://westseattleblog.com/?p=278902

The streets are closed in the heart of The Junction and the party’s on – West Seattle Summer Fest eve, setup going on while, as the night began, Bubbleman made his traditional appearance outside Elliott Bay Brewery:

And as he performed, the setup continued (vendors don’t arrive until tomorrow morning, but the booths, stage, and other components need to go up tonight):

Some merchants got going on the Summer Fest sidewalk sale early – like Tom Henry of JF Henry (WSB sponsor):

There’s music in the street – some of it hasn’t even started yet (West 5 proprietor Dave Montoure told us things would get going around 8 pm outside his venue) – and WS Art Walk until 9.

As part of Art Walk, S. Tudyk is at Click! Design That Fits (WSB sponsor), where the Summer Fest pre-party also features Click! co-proprietor Frances Smersh introducing new jewelry. At Hotwire Online Coffeehouse (WSB sponsor), Clay Eals from the Southwest Seattle Historical Society was there for the ongoing show of photos celebrating the 30th anniversary of the high-level bridge:

The two photos with him are before – the old bridge – and after (aerial photo by Long B. Nguyen, whose work is often seen here on WSB). More to come.

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Happening now: West Seattle Art Walk, June 2014 edition http://westseattleblog.com/2014/06/happening-now-west-seattle-art-walk-june-2014-edition/ http://westseattleblog.com/2014/06/happening-now-west-seattle-art-walk-june-2014-edition/#comments Fri, 13 Jun 2014 01:21:00 +0000 WSB http://westseattleblog.com/?p=276305 6:21 PM: Sun’s out and the West Seattle Art Walk is on – two dozen venues around West Seattle, welcoming you to come enjoy art and meet the artists, until 9 pm. See the map/list here; we’re out stopping at some of the venues – coverage to come.

(Added below over the ensuing two-plus hours, which also now have transitioned to drizzly weather post-8 pm…)

HOTWIRE ONLINE COFFEEHOUSE – WEST SEATTLE BRIDGE 30TH ANNIVERSARY KICKOFF

The party’s on the Hotwire (WSB sponsor) patio at 4410 California SW – among the guests, David Kelliher, who designed the T-shirt art for “Bridging the Gap” used for publication 30 years ago and gracing a commemorative T-shirt now:

Also there, Clay Eals, executive director of the Southwest Seattle Historical Society, which is presenting an exhibit of 19 historical photos spanning West Seattle bridges’ history – which dates back to the 1890s, as you’ll learn from an explanatory sign just inside Hotwire’s front doors. If you miss the chance to buy a T-shirt tonight – benefiting SWSHS – they’re also on sale at the museum (61st/Stevens, noon-4 pm Thursdays-Sundays) and at West 5 in The Junction.

iPHONE AMPLIFIERS AT CLICK! DESIGN THAT FITS

Fritz Rud is at Click! (WSB sponsor) with his attention-grabbing creations:

Click! co-proprietor John Smersh says they’ll be on sale at least for the rest of the month, if not beyond – while they last; as explained on the Click! site, each of the no-power-supply-required creations is one of a kind.

WEST SEATTLE GARDEN TOUR POSTER-CONTEST ART AT WINDERMERE

The 20th annual West Seattle Garden Tour (co-sponsored by WSB) is coming up July 20th, and tonight, art from the WSGT poster contest is at Windermere in The Junction – as are many participating artists:

From left – this year’s winner Sue Madill, Gretchen Flickinger, Bonnie Bennedsen, Theresa Neinas, Sheila Lengle, Paul Illian, and Bob Tasler. Copies of the poster are on sale, as well as WSGT tickets. The tour raises money for local nonprofits; Sue’s contest-winning painting will be sold via silent auction on tour day, and the others’ work is available for purchase now.

RODOLFO RIOS GARZA AT WALLFLOWER CUSTOM FRAMING

Opening night tonight at Wallflower (WSB sponsor) in The Junction for Rodolfo Rios Garza‘s show “Arboles: Serenity, Beauty, and Mystery of Trees.” If you didn’t get there tonight, you can check it out at the gallery through July 8th.

Most if not all Art Walk venues continue displaying their highlighted exhibitions through the rest of the month, so you can continue Art Walk-ing around West Seattle in the days and nights ahead. Next Art Walk is an extra-special one – the annual West Seattle Summer Fest Eve edition, starting after the streets in the heart of The Junction close Thursday, July 10th, for festival setup – watch for more on that as July gets closer – and of course, there will be venues outside The Junction as well, as always.

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West Seattle Thursday: Art Walk; story time with SFD; low tide; wine; World Cup-watching… http://westseattleblog.com/2014/06/west-seattle-thursday-art-walk-story-time-with-sfd-low-tide-wine-world-cup-watching/ http://westseattleblog.com/2014/06/west-seattle-thursday-art-walk-story-time-with-sfd-low-tide-wine-world-cup-watching/#comments Thu, 12 Jun 2014 16:58:07 +0000 WSB http://westseattleblog.com/?p=276265

That’s the walking map for tonight’s West Seattle Art Walk, 6-9 pm at more than two dozen local venues. You’ll find art previews at wsartwalk.com, and we’ve heard directly from some of the venues/artists too:

‘BRIDGING THE GAP’ AT HOTWIRE: As previewed here last night – the first of several summertime events in honor of the 30th anniversary of the high-level West Seattle Bridge.

It’s at Hotwire Online Coffeehouse (WSB sponsor) in collaboration with the Southwest Seattle Historical Society/Log House Museum, whose Bob Carney, exhibit volunteer, and Sarah Baylinson, museum manager, were at Hotwire last night to put up the exhibit. (4410 California SW)

CUSTOM iPHONE AMPLIFIERS: Stylish and West Seattle-made, amply explained on the Click! Design That Fits (WSB sponsor) website – this is just one of the one-of-a-kind creations:

Creator Fritz Rud will “make his worldwide debut,” Click! says, at the shop during Art Walk tonight.

WEST SEATTLE GARDEN TOUR POSTER ARTIST: Sue Madill, whose design won this year’s WSGT poster-art contest, is the featured artist at Windermere West Seattle. (4526 California SW)

WINE PARTY AND ART … at C & P Coffee Company (WSB sponsor), with live music by Choro Tocando and art by Bill Reiswig, 7-9 pm. (5612 California SW)

ART WALK AT SHADOWLAND: Meet artist Bethany Alsin. (4458 California SW)

Also today/tonight:

LOW TIDE WITH BEACH NATURALISTS! Today, you’ll find Seattle Aquarium volunteer beach naturalists out right now, until 1:30 pm, at Constellation and Lincoln Parks. (Low tide, at 10:56 am, is -2.6 feet – that’s quite low, and the next three days will be lower still.)

FIREFIGHTER STORY TIME: 11 am, Southwest Library, one of the popular events with Seattle Fire Department members reading to little ones. (35th/Henderson)

WATCHING THE WORLD CUP: The international soccer championship series starts today, and West Seattle venues who’ve let us know they’re showing the games are The Bridge in Morgan Junction, Celtic Swell on Alki, and West Seattle Brewing in The Triangle. Anyone else? editor@westseattleblog.com – let us know!

NORTHWEST WINE ACADEMY TURNS 10: It’s the 10th anniversary of the Northwest Wine Academy on the north end of the South Seattle College (WSB sponsor) campus and the celebration coincides with the spring release of new wines, which you can taste and purchase during 2-7 pm events today, tomorrow, and Saturday. Details in our calendar listing. (6000 16th SW)

MORE FOR TODAY/TONIGHT … on the calendar.

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Scenes from the West Seattle Art Walk, May 2014 edition http://westseattleblog.com/2014/05/happening-now-west-seattle-art-walk-may-2014-edition/ http://westseattleblog.com/2014/05/happening-now-west-seattle-art-walk-may-2014-edition/#comments Fri, 09 May 2014 01:42:48 +0000 WSB http://westseattleblog.com/?p=272793

6:42 PM: Thanks to the folks at CAPERS in The Junction for sending a photo of Lisa DeFaccio “showing her fabulous water forms – do not miss.” Don’t let the natural water forms falling from the sky keep you at home (it’s lighter than it was earlier!) during tonight’s West Seattle Art Walk – lots of places and artists to check out (see the list/map/previews on the official WSAW website) between now and 9 pm.

ADDED 9:57 PM: We stopped at HomeStreet Bank in The Junction, where 17-year-old artist Charles Lenny was featured tonight:

The Art Walk website preview notes that he’s a Chief Sealth International High School senior who works mostly in watercolor layered with ink – and has work on display elsewhere, too. Next Art Walk will be June 12th.

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West Seattle scenes: WS Art Walk, April 2014 edition http://westseattleblog.com/2014/04/happening-now-west-seattle-art-walk-april-2014-edition/ http://westseattleblog.com/2014/04/happening-now-west-seattle-art-walk-april-2014-edition/#comments Fri, 11 Apr 2014 03:01:47 +0000 WSB http://westseattleblog.com/?p=270199 West Seattle Art Walk – under way until 9 pm – extends beyond The Junction:

Our two stops tonight are reminders of that – and they are steps away from each other, just north of Morgan Junction. First we visited West Seattle Cellars (6026 California SW), where co-proprietor Jan Martindale is the featured artist. Her photographs are from her travels to Myanmar (Burma), as explained on the WSAW website. Thursdays are also the weekly nights for free tastings at WSC, and tonight they’re focusing on wines from the south of France.

Just to the south, at 6040 California SW, West Seattle Office Junction (WSB sponsor) is officially celebrating its new, larger location:

WSOJ is West Seattle’s only coworking-space provider. Tonight they’re showing the work of Cherylin Andre and James Zetterberg, along with celebrating the new space’s grand opening. Still time to get out into the night and make some stops, whether these or others in The Junction or Admiral – see the official map/venue list in the right sidebar of the official WSAW website.

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Photos: West Seattle Art Walk, March 2014 edition http://westseattleblog.com/2014/03/happening-now-west-seattle-art-walk-march-edition/ http://westseattleblog.com/2014/03/happening-now-west-seattle-art-walk-march-edition/#comments Fri, 14 Mar 2014 02:31:11 +0000 WSB http://westseattleblog.com/?p=267611

7:31 PM: Had dinner already? Interested in a walk? Head out and wander a few stops on this month’s West Seattle Art Walk, on until 9 pm – first month it’s lighter later, thanks to Daylight Saving Time. Stop by the new location of West Seattle Office Junction (WSB sponsor), our area’s only coworking space (what you see above is just a small part of it) – 6040 California SW, and two artists. (added) Here they are – Cherylin Andre:

And James Zetterberg:

See the venue list/map in our West Seattle Thursday preview.

10:30 PM: Adding photos from our stops in The Junction, where Merryweather Books featured watercolors by Rebecca Rain, wearing the coolest hair decoration we saw all night:

Right across California, Click! Design That Fits (WSB sponsor) was the place to meet Megan Auman (whose entrepreneurial workshop Friday night is sold out!):

At Twilight Gallery and Boutique, the group show In This Place opened tonight – local artist Kelda Martensen is one of five artists whose work is showcased:

Read more about it on Twilight’s website. And right around the corner at Easy Street Records, Heidi Barack‘s show opened tonight:

Read about the show here. And remember that most participating businesses’ shows are up all month, so even if you didn’t get out to see the art tonight, be on the lookout throughout March.

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West Seattle Thursday: Art Walk; ‘Preschool for All’ meeting; parenting talk; more http://westseattleblog.com/2014/03/west-seattle-thursday-art-walk-preschool-for-all-meeting-parenting-talk-more/ http://westseattleblog.com/2014/03/west-seattle-thursday-art-walk-preschool-for-all-meeting-parenting-talk-more/#comments Thu, 13 Mar 2014 18:36:40 +0000 WSB http://westseattleblog.com/?p=267555

Thanks to Alki photographer David Hutchinson for yet another wonderful West Seattle view – the colorful sunrise, through the recently installed Luna Girls on Alki. Speaking of art – it’s West Seattle Art Walk night!

That’s the list of Art Walk venues; click the image for a full-size view. You can preview artists and venues at the official WSAW website here – and here are a few we’ve received info about via e-mail (see the top of our calendar page for information on sending event info):

NEW OFFICE JUNCTION LOCATION: Co-working space West Seattle Office Junction (WSB sponsor) has moved to 6040 California SW. Come see the new location and art by James Zetterberg and Cherylin Andre.

MEGAN AUMAN AT CLICK! DESIGN THAT FITS (WSB sponsor): Details here. (4540 California SW)

REBECCA RAIN AT MERRYWEATHER BOOKS: Details here. (4537 California SW)

ART WALK WINE TASTING AT BIN 41: West Seattle winemaker Ryan Crane with Kerloo Cellars, 6-8 pm: “Splitting his time between West Seattle and Walla Walla, Ryan makes some killer and unique wines. …. His brand new rose will make an appearance at the tasting.” (4707 California SW)

Also tonight:

COMMUNITY ORCHARD OF WEST SEATTLE: Join the work party, 5-7 pm, as growing season gets started – details here. North side of SSCC campus. (6000 16th SW)

PRESCHOOL FOR ALL? WEST SEATTLE MEETING TONIGHT: Here’s our preview. It includes info on how to RSVP if you’re interested in the free child-care offer (for ages 2-8). Free dinner, too. 6-8 pm at Neighborhood House’s High Point Center. (6400 Sylvan Way SW)

ART AT EASY STREET RECORDS: Not officially part of the Art Walk, but they’re opening a show by Heidi Barack, who, among other achievements, was “commissioned by Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam to design buttons for their 2006 World Tour.” (California/Alaska)

SHAKESPEARE FOR DINNER: Dinner at 6, theater at 7:30 pm at The Hall at Fauntleroycheck here for info on how to see if there’s any room left! (9131 California SW)

PARENTING TALK: Free parenting talk with Renée Metty at The Cove School, 6:30 pm. (3430 California SW)

WINE CLUB AT C & P: Music, wine, appetizers at C & P Coffee Company (WSB sponsor), 7-9 pm. (5612 California SW)

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