Art

Previous Art: <br />Arturo Artorez — Drawing Numbers<br />Opening Thursday, October 9, 2014 6-9pm

Previous Art: Arturo Artorez — Drawing NumbersOpening Thursday, October 9, 2014 6-9pm

In this series of un-exhibited work, Arturo Artorez (b. 1940) presents a full body of drawings done entirely on lottery tickets – over 96 individual pieces. The depth of the work is subtle: each is unique, random and embodies a series of events that once held promise. They represent a snapshot in time and an […]

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ARTCADE: Art & Video Games<br />Through September 20th

ARTCADE: Art & Video GamesThrough September 20th

© Charms Won Currently showing artists’ interpretations of popular video game themes. Topics vary from Grand Theft Auto, to Donkey Kong to Mario and more. Artists: Charms Won, Pubs, Kegger, Klown. Games: Road Blasters Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Neo Geo Puzzle Bobble Dance Dance Revolution Time Crisis II Track and Field Marvel vs Capcom Dungeons […]

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Hannah Cwiek: To No Avail.<br />Opening Thursday, May 8, 2014 6-9pm

Hannah Cwiek: To No Avail.Opening Thursday, May 8, 2014 6-9pm

The works in To No Avail. explore the connections between vulnerability, obedience, and conditioning, and how these concepts structure thought and reasoning.  Subjects with circular actions, such as racing dogs with little ability to function outside of running around a track, exist as metaphors for human limitation and lack of awareness. The momentum that anything […]

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Eidan Gidon: Memory<br />Opening Thursday, April 10, 2014 6-9pm.

Eidan Gidon: MemoryOpening Thursday, April 10, 2014 6-9pm.

“Building who I am upon what I remember reminds me who I am.” “I was born and raised in Israel. My family and I moved to Huntington Beach California when I turned 13 ten years ago. When I finished high school I started taking art classes at Golden West College and fell in love with painting and […]

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Press

Bruce Bickford Vs. Time Famed for the stop-motion movies he created for Frank Zappa in the ’70s, the artist hopes to finish his magnum opus for a new generation of fans. By Kelton Sears Tue., Jan 13 2015 at 05:31PM   Bickford at a Des Moines store where he likes to draw. Photos by Kelton […]

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Best of King 5 – Vote Here!

Best of King 5 – Vote Here!

BEST Art Gallery

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Back Beat Seattle: Show Preview: Tables & Chairs Sessions – 2nd Wednesday of Every Month @ Vermillion

Back Beat Seattle: Show Preview: Tables & Chairs Sessions – 2nd Wednesday of Every Month @ Vermillion

It was in a weekly modern jazz/avant improv session at The Blue Moon run by guitarist Simon Henneman where I first became friendly with Neil Welch, Chris Icasiano, and Luke Bergman. At the time, all three were in the UW jazz program that had been revamped since naming Cuong Vu as the director of Jazz […]

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Weirdos getting freaky in the deep end? ‘Steve Pool Comedy Showcase’ dives right in. Seattle Times Blog.

Weirdos getting freaky in the deep end? ‘Steve Pool Comedy Showcase’ dives right in. Seattle Times Blog.

Posted by Jeff Albertson Evangeline Spracklin. The Steve Pool Comedy Showcase is a bit like the open swim at a public pool. You can never be sure what will happen.There’s always one guy with goggles on just hanging around the deep end and somebody’s hairy uncle might try a double off the high dive if he’s […]

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Vermillion Blog

Be Love(d) Fundraiser at Fremont Abbey

Be Love(d) Fundraiser at Fremont Abbey

This isn’t happening here but it’s for a worthy cause: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/516463 Be Love(d) For some the holidays represent joy and community, while for others they represent the lack of. Be Love(d): Be love and Be loved is a show to give to those in need as well as to each other. We will do this […]

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Welcome

Welcome

The Vermillion blog is a place where  employees and friends of Vermillion, etc… have a forum to post whatever they want. Contributors will be added shortly. Let us know if you would like us to add you or if you have an RSS fed blog that fits our context.

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Things We Like

Vanguard Seattle Magazine

Vanguard Seattle Magazine

        The latest from Vanguard, online art, fashion and culture magazine: Academy Awards 2015: The Oscar-Nominated Shorts at Seven Gables On Stage: Amy Herzog’s “4000 Miles” and August Wilson’s “The Piano Lesson” HOWDOYOUSAYYAMINAFRICAN? in 2015: Winter Events Menswear Watch: Public School, SS15 Zero Divided by Two is Still Zero: Jessika Kenney and […]

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Dain Carter’s Blog: How I Survived Love, Paralysis, And The Crushing Weight of Popular Culture

Dain Carter’s Blog: How I Survived Love, Paralysis, And The Crushing Weight of Popular Culture

Dain Carter: The youngest brother in a huge, traditional, non-Catholic, single parent and two brother family. Born and raised in Lawrence, Kansas and calling Seattle home. I majored in Basketball and Sometimes Going to Class and managed to become a winemaker and a quadriplegic before the age of 28. Pretty classic American story. Stay tuned […]

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In The Hood

Go Shopping Here: No Parking on Pike

Go Shopping Here: No Parking on Pike

Purveyor of Fine Oddities & Fabulous Vintage Treasures Some of Our Treasures: Vintage Jewelry • 1950’s Skinny Ties • Skulls • Vintage Fur Hats • Star Clocks • 1940’s Daisy Air Rifle • Vintage Barware • Starsky & Hutch Record Player • Justin Cowboy Boots • Tiki • Vintage Fedoras • Vintage Religious Icons • […]

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Events

How to request events.

How to request events.

    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Our Calendar is on the sidebar to your right >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> We have all kinds of events here: Art openings, poetry and book readings, music and dance installations, DJ’s, non-profit fundraisers and more. If you are interested in booking anything or have questions, please contact us via email: email@vermillionseattle.com or use our contact […]

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