Thursday, April 7, 2011


Tonight marks the opening of Pollinatrix and the Spring 2011 Seattle Storefront exhibition series. 

Please join Storefronts Seattle, along with Shunpike, SCIDpda,  the Alliance for Pioneer Square, the Seattle Office for Arts and Cultural Affairs, the Seattle Department of Planning and Development, and the CIDBIA for 

(Thursday, April 7, 5:30 pm - 9pm)
Pioneer Square and the Chinatown / International District

for a 

HOSTED RECEPTION for the Spring 2011 Round of Storefronts Artists

from 5:30 pm, at the xom fine woodworking gallery, 610 Second Avenue between James and Cherry


Opening remarks by Vincent Kitch, the brand-new director of the Seattle Office of Arts and Cultural Affairs

Plus a walking tour of the Spring 2011 art and artists: 

The Gala Opening of The Poster Museum

The Premiere of new work by Elizabeth Gahan

The Gala Opening of Cassie Hibbert Design

The Premiere of new work by John Fleming

The Premiere of new work by Ben Hirschkoff

An Open House for the New Mystics' new Residency

The Premiere of new work by Romson Regarde Bustillo

The Premiere of new work by Kristin Tollefson

The continuing great work of Allison Piskorowski, Architecture 101, the Seattle Pinball Museum, and xom fine woodworking

"This innovative program is a great collaboration between our 
business and art communities. Storefronts Seattle shines a
spotlight on Seattle’s creative sector, brings new life to empty 
storefronts and enlivens our neighborhood business districts.”

- Mayor Mike McGinn

Please see for more information about the artists and the opening reception, or email Program Manager Matthew Richter at

Friday, January 18, 2008


from top to bottom: Garland, Lofthringur, Spawn Wreath, Untitled

where it is coming from

from top to bottom: Bulb&Bloom,
Bright Mound, Bubblering & Glass Pips