Activity: Syttende Mai Crafts
Venue: Ballard Alki Odd Fellows / 1706 NW Market St
Event: May 17th 6pm - 9pm
After the parade join the Odd Fellows during Ballard 3rd Thursday - ArtWalk NightOut, to make Syttende Mai inspired crafts with recycled materials.
MATERIALS ON HAND
SUGGESTED DONATION: $5 to cover materials
SUGGESTED FOR AGES: 12 & above, all minors must be accompanied by a participating adult
Event: Horror Movie Night
May 17th 6pm - 9pm
Venue: Electric Traveler Tattoo / 644 NW 44th St
Join Johnny at Electric Traveler tattoo for Horror Movie Night, every Third Thursday. Plus, art by local artist Courtney Ware and plenty of tattoo art to enjoy! On the corner of 8th & 44th
Artist: MiYoung Margolis
Venue: Grumpy Old Man's Comics, Art & Collectibles / 1732 NW Market St
Event: May 17th 6pm - 9pm www.facebook.com/events/103532070511036/
Showing: May 12th - June 14th
Celebrating Ballard Night out with a reception for our recently opened exhibit "The Jane Collection - Paintings by MiYoung Margolis" Truly beautiful, emotional work that all should see.
A special THANKS to Grumpy Old Man's for being our poster sponsor of the month!
Artist: Graham Vittum /
Venue: NW Peaks Brewery / 4818 17th Ave NW
Event: May 17th 6pm - 9pm
Showing: May 12th - June 9th
Graham developed his style of lettering and character drawing growing up in the San Francisco Bay Area surrounded by great local graffiti, in addition to the influence of having his nose buried in comic books as a kid. He honed his fine-art skills through his study at Sonoma State University in Rohnert Park, California, where he earned his Bachelors Degree in Drawing and Printmaking. He now lives in Seattle, WA where he enjoys craft beer and occasional trips to see the Philadelphia Flyers. (All artwork copyrighted by the artist.)
Artist: Chris Salmonson
Venue: Populuxe Brewing / 826 NW 49th St
Event: May 17th 6pm - 9pm - Stop in for a buck off your beer!
Showing: May 1st - May 31st
After taking a break from painting that spanned a number of years, Chris has returned depicting lesser known historical subjects. This series covers the early 20th Century Denny Regrade project that drastically altered the landscape of Seattle to make room for expansion. The colors may look like fantasy but the landscapes were reality.
Artist: Rosemary Antel
Venue: Studio 2D BallardWorks / 2856 NW Market St
Event: May 17th 6pm - 9pm - One Night Only!
Open Studio for Rosemary Antel and Friend
Recent Work, Large and Small
Daily paintings that are only 6 x 6 inches and paintings that took 6 months to paint, 3 x 8 feet are included.
Recent paintings, woodworking and sculpture. Stop in to meet the artists.
Show: Printmakers Group Show
Venue: BallardWorks / 2856 NW Market St
Event: May 17th 6pm - 9pm
One Night Only Show!
“Out of the basement and onto the walls” features recent artworks by BallardWorks’ Printmakers’ Group Helen Curtis, Diane Davis, Dionne Haroutunian, Scott Kolbo, Vicki Platts-Brown, Anna Savoie, Garett Sweany and Sebastian Voorhes.
Displayed on all three floors, the exhibit includes prints – monotypes, woodblock carvings, etchings -- constructions, collages, drawings, and mixed media from tiny to very large, from black and white to colorful, from abstract to realistic renderings. The Group has been working together, inspiring and supporting each other, sharing techniques and knowledge around excellent food and beverages for the past five years.
Artist: Braden Duncan www.clockworkart.com
Venue: Monster: Art, Clothing & Gifts / 5000 20th Ave NW
Event: May 17th 6pm - 9pm www.facebook.com/events/159058478236852/
Showing: May 17th - June 18th
Join us for the opening reception of artist Braden Duncan during Ballard Night Out. Her series of original "Costumed Kittens"] will be sure to delight you, and you can help yourself at our all-you-can-eat "Weird Food Buffet"!
Braden Duncan (a.k.a. Clockwork Art) is inspired by the intricate elegance created by the convergence of biological & mechanical elements. As our lives become increasingly mechanised & electronified, humans & animals must adapt to survive. Braden's pieces represent organic beings enhanced for their new roles in a bio-industrial world. With watercolour & oil, Steampunk & circuitry, she aims to reshape the world with the strange & the adorable.
Show: Tales of the Tropical Gothic, Book Club art inspired by works from Nick Joaquin
Venue: Push/Pull / 5484 Shilshole Ave NW
Event: May 17th 6pm - 9pm www.facebook.com/events/299465523920346/
Showing: May 17th - June 19th
This year Push/Pull's Book Club Read The Woman Who Had Two Navels and Tales of the Tropical Gothic by Nick Joaquin. Stop in to see the works of Maxx Follis-Goodkind, Vladimir Verano, David Lasky, Seth Goodkind, Dillon Lacey and John Werner inspired by these stories.
Event art by Maxx FG Art, inspired by the story Doña Jerónima
Show: The Male Gaze
Artists: Robert Calafiore, Robert Flynt, Brian Henry, Antonio J. Martinez, John O’Reilly, Eric Potts, and Robert A. Williams
Venue: Gallery 1/1 / 2221 NW 56th St
Event: May 17th 6pm - 9pm www.facebook.com/events/170794486969394/
Showing through July 14th
In a twist on the traditional feminist interpretation of the “male gaze,” GALLERY 1/1 presents a new photography exhibition exploring how men see themselves and other men from behind the camera lens. The featured artists address themes of sexual desire, identity, self-reflection, masculinity, and the dynamics of power that are core critiques of the objectifying male gaze. As you know, we specialize in one-of-a-kind alternative and experimental photographic prints adding an exciting and unique challenge to creating this figurative photography show, The Male Gaze.
Ballard Night Out is presented by Push/Pull - supporting arts and cultural events in Ballard's 98107 & 98117 zip codes.