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April 2013 arrives tomorrow, THE month for mosaic happenings across the Puget Sound region. Here’s what I’ll be sampling or involved in. By the way, if you’d like to follow this blog, click on the tiny little FOLLOW button with the + sign, bottom right.
Museum of Glass, April 3 and 4: I’ll be ensconced in the education room, working on my own projects and being available to visitors to answer questions. Both days, 11:00 – 3:00 (or longer).
Tacoma Public Library, Handforth Gallery. Three samples of my work are hanging along with several other Northwest artists. The show remains up until April 26.
American Mosaic Summit, April 9 – 13: I’ll be in the vendor marketplace selling these little lovelies (above) and a few other things in partnership with Kelley Knickerbocker. I’ll also be taking a workshop and going to talks by some of the great mosaic artists of the world. 500 “can’t get enough of mosaic” folks will converge on the Tacoma Convention Center and Murano Hotel.
TRANSPOSITION is a site-responsive exhibition showcasing fifteen artists from the Americas whose work is grounded in the mosaic medium. The site is Inscape, the arts and culture enclave occupying Seattle’s former Immigration and Naturalization Services (INS) building. Artist-Curators: Jo Braun, Kate Jessup, Kelley Knickerbocker
Inscape Arts, Third Floor Corridor Gallery, 815 Seattle Boulevard S, 98134
Opening: First Thursday, 4 April 2013, 6-10 p.m.
Through 24 May 2013