West Seattle scenes: WS Art Walk, April 2014 edition

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.

2 Replies to "West Seattle scenes: WS Art Walk, April 2014 edition"

  • a g April 13, 2014 (8:43 am)

    I’d heard very good things about this blog. This is the first thing I’ve read here. A bit disappointed.

    Isn’t Office Junction to the SOUTH of WSC????

    • WSB April 13, 2014 (9:00 am)

      Yes, it is. Thanks for the correction; fixed – unfortunately, we do have the occasional typo – very few, since I started my career 35+ years ago as a proofreader/typesetter. This also is not the sort of story that comprises most of our work; this week alone included a variety of news stories you won’t find anywhere else, from court to politics to development to schools and beyond. Hope you discover them too! (But if not, thanks for at least stopping by.) – Tracy

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