Kinsey Gallery Features Diverse Set of Artwork by Faculty

Paintings, portraits, drawings and sculptures filled the Kinsey Gallery on Feb. 4 with color and imagery, displaying the talent of some of Seattle University’s staff and faculty. SAMIRA SHOBEIRI • THE SPECTATOR Professor Naomi Kasumi’s installation piece. The gallery will showcase the artistic diversity found in the visual arts program at Seattle U. Images and […]

Designing a New Kind of Resistance

Among the many art galleries at Pioneer Square, one stood out from the rest last Thursday with a crowd that not only filled the venue but even spilled out onto the sidewalk. SAMIRA SHOBEIRI • THE SPECTATOR Statement art from the 1980s. The gallery was Civilization, a new face in the scene specializing in digital […]

Push/Pull Provides a Fresh Look for Artists

A navy and red building sits on the corner of Market Street and 24th Avenue in Ballard. It houses Hotel Albatross, Sexy Alley Puffy Tacos and Ocho’s Restaurant. On the opposite side, featuring the same paint pattern, sits an underground art gallery. EMILY MOZZONE • THE SPECTATOR Push/Pull’s mission is to flip the idea of […]

SAM Remix Blends New and Old Favorites

On Friday, Nov. 18 the Seattle Art Museum (SAM) hosted their seasonal event, SAM Remix, in which the museum shed new light on established exhibits and brought out new ones exclusive to the event. The main lobby was transformed into a dance floor with various live performances throughout the night, as well as disc jockeys […]

Seattle Asian Art Museum to Close for Renovations

The Seattle Art Museum (SAM) held a press conference on Sept. 30 presenting the initial designs for a two-year expansion project of the Seattle Asian Art Museum (SAAM). The SAM is partnering with fellow Seattle-based architecture company LMN Architects to complete the first remodel of the structure since it was constructed in 1933. The renovation […]

New C-Street Murals Celebrate Indigenous People

Seattle University students have returned to a notably remodeled Student Center outfitted with new equipment and redesigned spaces. Even more noteworthy, however, are the murals on the second floor just outside of Cherry Street Market. KYLE KOTANI • THE SPECTATOR The seating area for Cherry Street Market now features several murals depicting several important historical […]

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