Jim Pridgeon

November 21, 2023

Seattle artist Jim Pridgeon has over 25 solo shows to his credit. His artwork has been displayed in museums, galleries as well as public spaces across the nation. Jim has received both private commissions and commissions to work on design teams to develop Percent-for-Art public art projects. He has been awarded many national and local […]

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Gordon Hempton

November 16, 2023

Acoustic ecologist Gordon Hempton cares very deeply about quiet. As The Sound Tracker® he has circled the globe three times over the last 35 years in pursuit of Earth’s rarest nature sounds—sounds which can only be fully appreciated in the absence of manmade noise. His recordings of steadily vanishing natural soundscapes have been written about […]

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David Brugman

October 31, 2023

Originally from Seattle, David Brugman is based in Munich, Germany, where he works as a sustainability consultant and as a creative photographer and photo-artist. Artist Support Program 1997

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Jon Tulchin

October 18, 2023

Jon Tulchin is a sound artist/improvisor and archeologist who has collaborated live or on recordings with artists such as Michael Northam, Francisco Lopez, Jeph Jerman, Mike Shannon, Steve Barsotti, Jacob Koller, Lori Ohtani, and Dale Lloyd. Jon works with contact mics, found objects, field recordings, invented acoustic & electric instruments, and turntables. Jon is interested […]

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Rob Witmer

June 22, 2023

Rob Witmer is a composer, musician, and sound designer from Seattle, Washington. He studied arts and technology at the Evergreen State College, where he received his Bachelor of Arts. Rob has composed music and created sound designs for many theatrical productions at Seattle Rep, Seattle Opera, ACT Theatre, Village Theatre, Seattle Shakespeare Company and Seattle […]

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Jeff Rice

April 4, 2023

Jeff Rice is a Seattle-based journalist and sound artist with a long-standing interest in natural soundscapes. He has produced multimedia for museums, television, film, theater and the Web, and his work as a field recordist has been featured in media outlets ranging from Outside Magazine to The Los Angeles Times. In 2018, his recordings of […]

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Gregg Dietzman

March 10, 2023

Gregg Dietzman (b.1958) is an emerging artist with an interest in music and sculpture. His projects explore the intersections between person, place, and time. He plays traditional music on a concertina arranged with ambient nature sounds, with a special emphasis on reverberant acoustic space. His sculpture has a maritime navigational influence, with plans for an […]

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Jesse Paul Miller

February 15, 2023

Seattle artist Jesse Paul Miller has exhibited installations and sculptural/sound works throughout the U.S. His most recent work has been shown at Art Chicago 2002 and at Deadtech in Chicago. His work was featured in Notice of Proposed Land Use Action at Consolidated Works, and Bed of Sound at the Henry Art Gallery in Seattle. […]

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Joe Diebes

February 9, 2023

Joe Diebes (b. 1972) creates works that converge around the categories of concert music, installations, and conceptual art. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Yale in 1995, where he studied composition formally with Jonathan Berger and Michael Tenzer while pursuing a degree in Literature and Philosophy. He also studied at Juilliard with Stanley Wolfe and […]

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Joe Colley

January 20, 2023

Joe Colley is a self taught artist investigating the conceptual possibilities of sound through music production, installations, or collaborations with video artists, dancers, and even prisoners. His earlier works were also created under the moniker Crawl Unit. His latest installations attempt to dissimulate the artist by concentrating on the instigation of unstable situations unique to […]

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