It’s Spring Break in Seattle this week. Wondering what to do with the kids? Oh, we have a few ideas!
ArtBreak with Jennifer Salk Saturday, April 18, 2:30 – 3 PM
Watch Jennifer Salk, Associate Professor and Director of the UW Dance Program, perform a series of intimate and animal-like solos and duets in the gallery spaces of the Henry. These pieces respond to and were inspired by Ann Hamilton’s exhibition, the common S E N S E.
Arty Party Sunday, April 19, 1 – 4 PM
Come to the Henry for our third annual Arty Party! Join us for an afternoon filled with fun activities including drawing, dancing (music by KEXP DJ Larry Rose), and storytelling. Bring your whole family to engage in some hands-on art activities. Tickets are available in advance here.
P.S. Been meaning to buy or renew a membership? Your ticket price can be applied to the membership cost!
Come to the Arty Party for an afternoon filled with fun and educational activities: music, drawing, stories…and more art!
On Sunday, April 19th, from 1-4pm, the Henry invites you and your whole family to partake in an eventful afternoon. We will be hosting various hands-on activities led by a variety of artists including teaching artist Rebecca Joy Mohrlang from the Seattle Symphony and Native American artist Jeffrey Veregge.
This afternoon will consist of a multitude of diverse activities that will engage your senses of hearing, sight, and touch. Click here to view a complete preview of the events being hosted!
Here are some pictures from last year’s Arty Party taken by photographer Chona Kasinger to get you excited for this year’s party:
Don’t miss out and bring your whole family for this all-ages event! Get your ticket here today!
This blog post was written by Angie Yin, a UW student and Communication Assistant at the Henry.
ArtBreak: Jeff Rice Sat, April 11, 2:30 – 3 PM
Come join Jeff Rice, wildlife sound recordist and editor at the Puget Sound Institute of the University of Washington, as he uses the voices of two endangered species–howling mice and musical moths–to examine the commonalities between wildlife sound recording and art.
Save the Date!
Get ready for the Henry’s annual Arty Party! Bring your whole family April 19th to experience a fun and educational art-filled afternoon. Click here to preview the exciting events. Get your ticket today!
An Evening with Ann Hamilton Monday, March 30, 7:30 – 9 PM
As part of the Seattle Arts & Lecture series, artist Ann Hamilton speaks at Town Hall about her work, her exhibition at the Henry, and her upcoming commission for Waterfront Seattle. Tickets have been flying out the door. Purchase yours here.
INCITE•INSIGHT lecture: Suzanne Bocanegra Thursday, April 2, 7 – 9 PM
Join us for the last lecture of the INCITE•INSIGHT series, our partnership with Cornish College of the Arts. Suzanne Bocanegra shares her journey of becoming an artist with an evening that is part artist’s talk, part performance, part cultural history, and part sound installation. This is the premiere of When a Priest Marries a Witch, an Artist Talk by Suzanne Bocanegra Starring Paul Lazar.
With just one month left of her extraordinary show, artist Ann Hamilton is in Seattle for a whirlwind weekend of activities and appearances.
Today at 12:30, Ann will be leading an ArtBreak through her exhibition. Over the course of the exhibition, many guest artists, scholars, and community members have been invited to share their thoughts on the common S E N S E. We are thrilled to now have the artist herself here.
Tonight, Ann Hamilton and poet Joshua Beckman will host “A Silent Reading” in the galleries. This collaboration between the artists focuses on silent reading as shared experience. Tea will be served.
On Saturday at 2:30, Sylvia Wolf, John S. Behnke Director and organizer of the common S E N S E will lead an ArtBreak and share her perspective on mounting a show of such scope and significance to both the artist and the Henry. It was nearly five years between the time that Ann and Sylvia started talking about what we could do together and the opening of the common S E N S E.
Stuart Dempster and his Bull Roarchestra return with an encore performance on Sunday afternoon at 2:30. The Field of Bullroarers will be filled with the sounds of bass drums, hand bullroarers, and didgeridoos.
Capping off the weekend, Ann is the featured speaker at Town Hall Monday night at “An Evening with Ann Hamilton.” She’ll speak about her exhibition at the Henry and about her upcoming public art installation on Seattle’s waterfront, commissioned by the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture. Rumor has it there are less than 50 tickets left — get yours now!
Bull Roarchestra with Stuart Dempster Sunday, March 29, 2:30 – 3:30 PM
Join us for an encore performance by composer and UW School of Music Professor Emeritus Stuart Dempster and his specially assembled Bull Roarchestra as they respond to the atmosphere and sounds created by the Field of Bullroarers in our lower level gallery.