Sunday, February 10, 2008

Georgetown Art Attack

I just love Georgetown, I think it has one of the most supportive arts communities in all of Seattle. Last night's Art Attack is a great example of that community at its best.

The drizzle didn't dampen the spirits but it did make the semi-demolished Rainier Cold Storage building look especially dramatic.

Mix gallery patrons checking out the artwork.

One of the many open studios inside the Georgetown Arts Center

I admit those stiff drinks at 9lb Hammer helped to make walking around Georgetown fun (drizzle, what drizzle?). Such fond blurry memories.
I think this is now my new favorite spot on Airport Way. Its right behind Full Throttle Bottles and I have no idea what the place is called but it is one cool space.

(Lisa Geertsen giving Compass Noce the "boot")

Don't forget there's more to Georgetown's art scene than what's on Airport Way. Equinox Studios is off the beaten path but well worth the effort.

If you're one of the lucky ones, you may even gain access to the 2 1/2 floor. Sorry, the secret door doesn't lead to John Malkovich's brain but at least the rent is cheap.


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