BIrdsTrees

New artists and new work at 253 Collective in Tacoma 

Dear Art Lover,

 

I am delighted to be one of five new artists in the 253 Collective Art Gallery in Tacoma, Washington. There are 10 of us altogether. We share the responsibility of running the gallery, planning new exhibits, and occasionally dusting things (ok, so we're not quite as good at that!).

We hope you will stop by and see us. Details are below. I will be at the gallery for the opening reception on Thursday, August 18, and also on Sunday, August 21, from noon to 5 p.m. I will contribute 20% of the sales of my work to Nisqually Land Trust.

If you are not sure why you are getting this message: This is going to my regular mailing list in addition to the 253 Collective list. If you do not wish to be on either list, it is very easy to take yourself off the list by following the link at the bottom of this message. Many thanks.

 

Kate Lynch
253 Collective Artist

 

 Opening reception
Join us for great art and some bird-friendly treats 

 

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FOR THE BIRDS & THE TREES is a collection of images currently showing at 253 Collective Art Gallery in Tacoma.

The artist will contribute 20% of sales from this collection to NISQUALLY LAND TRUST.

 

For the birds & the trees

 

Thursday, August 18, 2011 � 6-8 p.m.
253 Collective Art Gallery � 1901 South Jefferson � Tacoma � Washington
        www.253Collective.com

 

 How to find us
We are on the University of Washington-Tacoma campus at the top of the stairs, directly across the street from The Swiss. There is free parking on Jefferson after 6 p.m., and paid parking in the Diamond lot and UW lot just off S. 21st and Jefferson. Or park free at Tacoma Dome Park & Ride and take the light-rail to the Washington State History Museum. Then either walk up the UW steps (think free Stairmaster!) or take the Art Bus (fee) during 3rd Thursday art walk.

Art Bus tickets - www.TacomaArtBus.com

 

 Gallery hours
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Friday & Saturday - noon to 5 p.m.

 

3rd Thursday Art Walk - 3 to 8 p.m.

 

Sunday after Art Walk - noon to 5 p.m.