Check out this 1-minute art video, Collective by Holly Senn, then see what it’s about – Senn’s temporary, site-responsive installation is on exhibit now at Pacific Lutheran University. Collective is currently on exhibit in the Anderson University Center (where 122 St. South meets Park Ave South). PLU is open daily 7 am-9 pm. Last day of the exhibit is Wednesday, December 12, 2012.
Spaceworks Tacoma is accepting Artscapes applications for projects that will launch in 2015 at a variety of sites in Tacoma. The deadline for applications is Monday, October 20, 2014 5PM PST. We seek project proposals from artists and artist teams from the Pacific Northwest who: Can develop a site responsive art installation, or mural, in an indoor or outdoor […]
Mod Curio is a gallery space showcasing the work of artists Jon and Heather Almeda. Together they work in a variety of mediums ranging from photography to pottery and recycled mixed media pieces. At Mod Curio you will find classic vintage radios retrofitted with modern components, miniature hand-thrown ceramic vases and bowls, cardboard sculptures, a […]
Five elaborate, new Artscapes installations are activating the old Woolworth storefront windows, and the Tacoma Post Office Building display cases. The artists selected for this round include Sarah Beth Smith, Carla Grahn, Tory Franklin, Deanna Pindell, and Jessica Spring. This marks the 13th round of commissioned exhibitions brought to you by Spaceworks Tacoma. Here is […]
“Shoot The T” is a photo contest created to showcase the beauty of Tacoma as well as promote art and creativity in the City of Destiny. The winning contestant is destined for a grand prize, but also the honor of capturing a photo that brings pride to a hometown. This competition was created by Spaceworks […]
Spaceworks Tacoma is a joint initiative of the City of Tacoma and the Tacoma-Pierce County Chamber of Commerce designed to activate empty storefronts and vacant space. The initiative makes no- and low-cost temporary space, training, and technical assistance available to artists, creative entrepreneurs, organizations, and community groups in order to nurture successful projects that transform Tacoma into a stronger, more active city.