A big congratulations to Katie Miller, winner of the open call for our summer artist-in-residence. Miller will inhabit MadArt Studio from May through August 2018, creating a site-specific installation that envelops viewers in light and shadow. Combining elements of previous and new work, her coalescing lines and latticed structures will create an immersive environment, referencing the changing urban landscape.

MadArt is pleased to announce its first open call for artists, currently accepting applications through October 23rd, 2017. The selected artist will receive a 3-month project-based residency which will occur from May through August, 2018, culminating in an opening reception and exhibition at MadArt Studio.

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January

MadArt Artist Rick Araluce unveils newest piece at the Renwick

Check out Araluce’s installation The Final Stop if you’re traveling through the D.C. area. This recreation of an abandoned subway station runs through January 28th.

Teresa Getty and Jeremy Wineberg at Method Gallery

A collaboration spanning from Wisconsin to Seattle, Getty and Wineberg’s dialogue through a shared drawing book provides inspiration for their newest show here, through February 24th.

Francisco Guerrero at 4Culture

Guerrero’s sculptures and drawings create “a pastiche of doomsday extremism” in his newest work at 4Culture, Loaves and Fishes.

Sri Prabha at 4Culture

Prabha’s media installation, Night Lands 3, projects across four large screens simultaneously to explore the nature of water in our lives.

Ongoing

John Grade’s Middle Fork sculpture opens at the Seattle Art Museum
MadArt Studio’s inaugural exhibit, the intricate tree sculpture by local artist John Grade, is now twice as long and installed in the lobby of the Seattle Art Museum.

The Art of the Matter: art spaces in South Lake Union
Galleries and public art add to the beauty of SLU.

Pixelated Clouds Hang Over Amazon’s Seattle Campus
Next time you’re in the neighborhood, check out Dan Corson’s new installation, Nebulous, on the corner of 9th and Harrison in South Lake Union.

Banker Wire Mesh Sculpture Highlights the History of Seattle’s South Lake Union Neighborhood
Lead Pencil Studio brings a towering public art sculpture to the corner of 9th and Thomas in South Lake Union.

 

Live. Art. Daily.

In between installations this May, MadArt Studio hosts Interface Seattle, an interactive dance exploration in which the process IS the product. Join the ongoing dialogue with Seattle performing artists Erica Badgeley, Coleman Pester, and Corina Kinnear, who enliven the space with movement, sound, theater, and objects, leaving a trail of hand-written text and online video to record the ever-shifting “product”. Fellow dance artists and the public alike are invited to participate by viewing or through guided interaction on a daily basis.

Whip out your smart phones and role up your dance pants: the real-time and virtual possibilities are endless.

Paper? Plastic? Human? Choose your interface.

Schedule:
May 2nd – 19th
Tuesday – Friday during the day

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Time lapse of Gail Grinnell’s installation, Ruffle, in Seattle’s Suyama Space, September – December, 2012.

Produced, Shot, and Edited by Patricia O’Brien.
Still Photography by Marisa Vitiello.
Music by Lloyd Rodgers “On Things Invisible to the Eye (Act II)”.

Check out Gail’s new installation, We Are a Crowd of Others, at MadArt Studio, October, 2016 – January, 2017. In collaboration with Sam Wildman and Eric John Olson.

It took maybe two minutes after stepping into 325 Westlake to develop a crush on the new residential project. Unlike some other buildings that shout about luxury features that turn out to be more marketing than material, 325 Westlake doesn’t have to pound its chest very hard. Read the full article on UrbnLivn.