June is our anniversary month and we have tons of free events lined up so you can help us celebrate! * Guided tours of local gallery and community spaces * Live music, DJ set, and visual performers * Raffle drawing for prizes
* and more!
PASSPORT TO ART
Pick up a Passport to Art postcard at any venue on the Art Walk, collect 4 stickers from 4 art walk venues, and then trade your Passport for raffle tickets at the After Party at Vermillion. You could win fabulous prizes from businesses around the Hill!
This month's venues and shows are detailed on our web/mobile site http://capitolhillartwalk.com/
ART WALK PARTY 5 - 6:30pm
Cal Anderson Park Shelter House
* DJ Nick Fenton spinning vintage vinyl
* Tarot reading and fortune telling by Abbie
* Experimental short films by Eric Ostrowski. * All ages
* Walking tours start here
ART WALK AFTER PARTY - 8pm - late
Vermillion Art Gallery and Bar * Raffle drawings start at 8:30p
* Catlike caricature drawings (of you!) * Awarding the first annual Capitol Hill Art Walk Hero award
* Live music by Hibou. * Live music by How Things Work
Tours leave the Shelter House at 5:30, 6:00, 6:30, and 6:45. * Inside the 12th Avenue Arts (5:30pm)
Peek at the cultural spaces around 12th Avenue and preview the future of the 12th Avenue Arts Center on this tour with Michael Seiwerath, Executive Director of Capitol Hill Housing. *Through the Lens (6:00pm)
Join Photographic Center Northwest's Executive Director Michelle Dunn Marsh and marketing director/photographer Rafael Soldi as they bring a photographic eye to Capitol Hill artwork.
* Tova's Favorites (6:30pm)
Curator and instigator of Favorite Art Projects, Tova Elise Cubert shares her enthusiasm for bringing together art and commerce in unconventional ways during this tour of selected art shows on the Hill. * Park Art and More (6:45pm)
Tour the art of the Red Wall with curator DK Pan and his studio mate, Hedreen Gallery curator and City Arts Magazine writer, Amanda Manitach. This TMRW PARTY pair will also take you to a few of their preferred creative spaces in the neighborhood.