Calling all LGBTQ+ visual artists! Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center is continuing its public art program that celebrates and highlights the work of diverse artists in our community across our campus and in our research. The program’s purpose is to connect artists from underrepresented and minoritized communities in the Pacific Northwest with leaders in public health to open dialogues and promote active change. The selected artist will also receive $5,000 for their commission and participation in the program.
LGBTQ+ visual artist submissions close Friday, February 10, 2023 at 5 p.m. PT. There is no fee for entry.
Push/Pull has introduced an Artist Residency Program with the goal of supporting and helping emerging artists establish a strong career foundation by creating, exhibiting, and publishing a cohesive body of work.
Push/Pull is teaming up with The Give Inn to put on a holiday market, December 17-18.
Vendor applications are open through December 5th and priority will be given to local, and especially Ballard, artists!
Calling all stitchers, knitters, crocheters, and more… Push/Pull’s December art show, "the good scissors!”, will be a first in our new location — all fiber art!
The theme is, in general, 'texture in fiber arts' so pull out “the good scissors” and get inspired to experiment and play with textures! While these pieces will be displayed over the month of December, this is not holiday themed. All fiber art pieces will be considered for the show, but original designs only (no purchased kits or patterns, please. No licensed characters, etc.). All pieces should be display ready (able to hang on a wall).