Fall is here and so is our next event! Celebrate ReVision Arts in style at our High Tea!
We will have five separate seatings to provide an opportunity for everyone who wants to attend to find a time that works for them, each limited to an intimate 15 people per seating:
Saturday, October 26 1:00–2:30 p.m.
Saturday, October 26, 4:00–5:30 p.m.
Sunday, October 27 1:00–2:30 p.m.
Sunday, October 27 4:00–5:30 p.m.
Friday, November 1, Dia de los Muertos, 7:00–8:30 p.m.
Location: Casa de Esperanza Gallery & Guest House 3317 South Hanford Street, Seattle, WA 98144
To Register: RSVP by October 24th to email@example.com If you need wheelchair access for entry please notify Barbara by October 18, at 206-734-1994.
Want to join the fun? If you donate an old fashioned teacup (the cup and saucer/bone china kind) you will be entered into a raffle to win your choice of one beautiful painting from our “gallery collection”. Send us a photo!
Greetings! Mount Baker Neighborhood Center for the Arts (MBNCA)’s board, along with our Seattle University intern, several of our artists, and founder Barbara Oswald spent the last 9 months rebranding our non-profit. At our 2018 annual fundraiser, Art in the Dark, we renewed our commitment and announced our new name. Our registered 501(c)3 Federal non-profit is titled South End Seattle Arts Center, and we are doing business as ReVision Arts. We remain an inclusive art-education organization in South Seattle. Our mission is Art for ALL!, with a focus on artists with all types of disabling conditions and others who consider themselves underrepresented.
PLEASE TOUCH is a Tactile Exhibition where people are able to interact with art not just with their eyes but with their hands. All submissions should celebrate and explore tactile qualities. Submissions are due June 25th, 2019.
No more than 3 jpg images of the work available for exhibition OR a proposal of work to be created along with 3 sample images of previous work. Describe your artwork, medium, texture, and how it feels.
Artist statement addressing the question, Why do I create tactile art?
Mount Baker Neighborhood Center for the Arts presents
Luminous Landscapes A Photographic Exhibition by Peter Horan
Running October 3 — November 30, 2018 Mount Baker Neighborhood Center for the Arts
2919 Rainier Ave S, Seattle, WA
Receptions: Saturday, October 6th 4–8 PM Sunday, October 7th 1–4 PM
Peter Horan is a fine art and landscape photographer living in Portland, OR. He has studied under a wide range of photographers and attended workshops with Jim Stimson, Seth Hamel, Jack Graham, Guy Tal, Gavriel Jecan and Sean Fitzgerald.
“My goal is to use light and lines and space and color to share what I feel while I am at a particular place at a particular time. I find amazing and interesting things both in spectacular natural places and walking down the street in daily life.”
Peter’s work has appeared in Sierra Magazine and on the Sierra Club website.
“Nothing is less real than realism. Details are confusing. It is only by selection, by elimination, by emphasis, that we get at the real meaning of things.” — Georgia O’Keeffe
MBNCA’s Annual “Art in the Dark” fun-raiser is BACK again!
Art in the Dark is an unforgettable art experience and full dinner where guests are treated to multi-disciplinary art in darkened environments. Appreciate art with all your senses! Join our inclusive community and support MBNCA!
For extra fun, come dressed as your favorite artist or piece of art!
Location: Rainier Arts Center 3515 S. Alaska Street, Seattle WA 98118
Cost: $50 (same as last year!)
Includes dinner AND dessert
Or buy two tickets for $80!
Thinkin’ ’bout my Happy Place, the latest exhibition at Mount Baker Neighborhood Center for the Arts, is opening this afternoon with an Artist Reception 3-6pm. We have a special feature of work by Jean Cavanaugh, a developmentally disabled artist who created stunning work for over 40 years. Also showcasing two week popups by Peruvian artist Fresia Valdivia Galvez and Somalian artist Hawo Arts! Support local self-taught artists, true visionaries – many affordable works for all arts appreciators.