Sunday, September 11, 1 - 3pm
Ikebana Workshop with Megumi Schacher
Advanced registration and payment required, $35.
Please make checks payable to Megumi Schacher and .
To sign up please email Megumi Schacher and make checks payable to Megumi Schacher .
September 17 - October 9
Opening reception: Saturday, September 17, 5 - 7pm
"Sen-nin-bari" One Thousand stitches for Japan
Community support from "Artists For Japan" and "Allied Arts Foundation"
10% of proceeds will be donated to the Ashinaga Foundation .
Artists: Ayumi Horie, Elizabeth Jameson, Jason Hirata, Junko Yamamoto , Yuko Kunugi, Toshi Asai, Etsuko Ichikawa, Kinu Watanabe,Yuki Nakamura, Maki Tamura, Saya Moriyasu, Rumi Koshino and Natsue Makino.
October 1 - 29Reception: Saturday, October 1, 4-6pm
Jennifer Bennett, Iris Guy and Micki Lippe
October 15 - November 4
Opening reception: Saturday, October 15, 5 - 7pm
George Rodriguez, Ceramics, new work
In 2010, a prestigious travel fellowship awarded through the University of Washington took Seattle ceramist, George Rodriguez to over 30 countries in 8 months. He brought back a fresh outlook on culture, fashion, architecture and how society
November 5 - December 3
Opening reception: Saturday, November 5, 5 - 7pm
Junichi Tsuneoka, Illustrations and prints Junichi Tsuneoka graduated from Waseda University in Tokyo, and later came to the U.S. and studied graphic. He was hired by the internationally notorious Seattle-based design company, Modern Dog, as a designer/illustrator right after graduation. After working at Modern Dog for several years and receiving accolades from many design publications such as PRINT magazine, he founded his own design/illustration studio, Studio Stubborn Sideburn and also teaches at Cornish College of the Arts and the School of Visual Concepts.
November 12 - through December
Opening: Saturday, November 12, 6 - 9pm
Simple Cup Show 2011, 6th Annual
Over 200 cups will arrive from around the Northwest and from Japan. The Simple Cup Show has been generating a tremendous amount of interest in Seattle and in the Northwest over the last six years. The opening is much anticipated, well attended, with patrons getting in line to get first chance at the offerings.
This year a portion of the proceeds will benefit the pottery community of Mashiko, Japan.
Saturday, September 10
Events and specials at neighboring businesses!
(movie starts at 9pm)
Japantown/International District Featured movie: Howl's Moving Castle