Category Archives: museums

15 Dead White Men and Pam Grier

A small sample of the new work…

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Encountering the Sublime in Cleveland

This one goes out to anyone who has endured my 19th Century Art lectures, or is otherwise interested in my recent trip to Cleveland.  Made with assistance from Frederic Edwin Church and Carolyn Reddy’s phone.  I also feel indebted to … Continue reading

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SAM Teen Night Out, April 13th

April 13th is Seattle Art Museum’s Teen Night Out. This free event features access to the SAM’s galleries, live performances, and art-making with Seattle Artists.  (Think: SAM Remix for minors.) In honor of the final month of Gauguin & Polynesia, … Continue reading

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Guaguin and Polynesia Workshop

This Friday night I’ll be at the Seattle Art Museum to lead a teen sketching trip through Gauguin Polynesia: An Elusive Paradise. The show has some excellent paintings and prints from Gauguin’s years in the Pacific, and some beautiful 19th … Continue reading

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Earth Day (one of 365, annually)

My friends at Seattle Art Museum’s Olympic Sculpture Park have invited me to celebrate Earth Day with them. (They must know I’m pro-Earth.) For Seattle Art Museum’s Family Festival: Earth Day for Kids, I’ll be spending the day inside Mark … Continue reading

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