Sasha Petrenko

March 11, 2022

Sasha K Petrenko (she/her) is an earthling, artist and storyteller. Her interdisciplinary practice blends sculpture, theater, video and sound. Rooted in eco-feminism, rock n’ roll, and post-apocalypse studies, Sasha’s work functions as an invitation for audience members to collectively create sonic, somatic experiences. Recent performances include Northwest New Works Festival, On the Boards, Seattle, 2019; […]

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Jenny Lesser Holman

March 4, 2022

Jenny Lesser Holman is a multidisciplinary artist from Seattle, Washington. Her paintings use organic shapes and electric colors to represent multi-perspective narratives and dreamscapes. Jenny’s painted comics can be found in Narrative Magazine, Shenandoah, The Offing, The Daily Pennsylvanian, and other places. She makes functional art furniture in collaboration with interior designers, turning paintings into […]

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Whitney Lynn

March 2, 2022

​​Whitney Lynn is an artist who works with a wide array of forms, including sculpture, performance, video, photography, sound, and public projects. Mining history and visual culture, her work reframes familiar narratives, questioning issues of perception and the mutability of meaning. She has exhibited widely, including at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Yerba […]

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Hugo Solis

January 26, 2022

Hugo Solís García is a Sound Artist. His main field is the creation of interactive sonic works. His work has been shown or performed on national and international venues over the last years. He has received grants, prizes, and awards from FONCA, UNAM, TELMEX, MIT, UW, IMEB, 4Culture, Seattle City, among others. Currently, he is […]

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Tiffany Danielle Elliott

May 4, 2021

Tiffany Danielle Elliott is a Seattle based curator and artist who works in performative enactment, text(ile), and digital objects. In both her art and curatorial practice, she is focused on creating nuanced conversations around all the things we think we shouldn’t say. She received an MFA in Sculpture from Cranbrook Academy of Art, an MA […]

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Chanee Choi

May 4, 2021

Chanee Choi has developed a ritualistic craft-based art practice that transcends the conservative and isolationist roots of traditional East Asian craftwork by focusing on a celebration of feminist theory and modern tech. Within this hybrid genre, she produces both embodied and virtual immersive experiences exploring the effect of immigration on issues of identity, and the […]

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Carla Roveto

July 30, 2020

Carla Roveto is a multimedia artist residing in Brooklyn, NY. When she is not working as a Scenic Painter or Sculptor, she enjoys creating Beasties in her studio. After earning a B.F.A. in Ceramics at the University of Washington, Carla worked as a fabricator at Tap Plastics Seattle. It was at Tap that she learned […]

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Andrew Fallat

July 17, 2020

Andrew Fallat is a sculptor who has worked out of Seattle since 2005. He creates complex sculptural systems. Much of his work is about the instruments we make to understand our place among each other and the natural world. Recently, he has been practicing a wide variety of traditional processes to understand and utilize the […]

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Mary Coss

July 13, 2020

Mary Coss is an interdisciplinary artist known for her haunting installations that provide commentary on the human condition. Born in Detroit, she received her MFA from Syracuse University, Dept. of Experimental Studios. This hybrid sculpture and media department introduced a life-long interest in layering social relevance with sculpture, projection and sound. Coss re-contextualizes common artifacts […]

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Marijke Keyser

July 13, 2020

Marijke Keyser is an interdisciplinary artist and teacher based in Seattle. She earned her BFA at the University of Washington, and her MFA at the Slade School of Fine Art in London. Her work stems from an obsession with place & time, and takes many forms; from map-like paintings and prints, to walking performances, to […]

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