WEAVE FEST EVENT: School of Rock presents “The Best of Bowie”

School of Rock presents “The Best of Bowie”

September 27 @6pm
Hales Palladium: 4301 Leary Way NW, Seattle (Fremont)

School of Rock’s hooking up for the night with RockOnArts digital tribute-art site and new Seattle fashion company Bombsheller Art Labs‘ pop-up gallery ArtLabs to cryogenically thaw Ziggy Stardust’s lightening and leggings, gifting Seattle the glamrock resurrection it’s been waiting for.  This event is a rock concert meets fashion show inspired by the infamous David Bowie.

WEAVE FEST EVENT: FACEOFF III THE RECKONING

September 24 @ 7pm
Naked City Brewing: 8564 Greenwood Ave N, Seattle (Greenwood)

Live art like you’ve never seen it before… artists meet face to face in a battle of the brushes. Seattle artists Braden Duncan, Face Off Champion vs. the upstart Joseph Brooks are headlining the battle to see if the title will be retained or handed over in this round. Artists battle it out in 15 minute rounds painting their hearts out in front of a live auction audience. At the end of each round, audience members bid on the pieces. Whichever piece gets the highest bid, is the winner of that round. Come out and snag a piece of history!

WEAVE FEST EVENT: Ego & Jenny Dayton at Bherd Studios Gallery

September 12 – October 31
Art Opening: September 12 @6pm
Bherd Studios Gallery: 312 N 85th St, Suite 101, Seattle (Greenwood)

Featuring two solo shows from Seattle artists Ego & Jenny Dayton.

Ego’s work has a flair for slightly dark, whimsical creepiness, influenced by the macabre sides of tattoo culture, street art, and underground fine art.

Dayton creates both paintings and 3-d miniature scenes for this exhibition. Her work is message intense, compassion and respect for animals is the gospel she preaches but she does it quietly. The message is always there, but you have to unfold the layers of the work to see it clearly.  Jenny uses images, Cyrillic text and other graphic elements to guide the invested viewer toward an important truth.

 

WEAVE Fest Event: Fremont Abbey | The Round on Tues, Sept 9

9/9 – The Round (112) – Benjamin Verdoes (Iska Dhaaf, Mt St Helens Vietnam Band), Robin Bacior(Portland), Nate Quiroga (Mad Rad, Iska Dhaaf), slam poet Elaina Ellis, plus live painters from Bherd Studios GalleryJohn Osgood: http://johnosgood.com/   and Curtis Ashby (aka Cash):http://curtisashbyart.com/ $ 8 / $10

Collaborative evening of acoustic music & arts.

@ Fremont Abbey Arts Center, Seattle
4272 Fremont Ave N, Seattle