The Tacoma gem that has been quiet for some time is awakening. Be a part of it! The Tollbooth Gallery is seeking 3-5 minute works with some connection to Tacoma. These videos will be featured in the gallery downtown at Broadway and 11th, near Spaceworks’ Woolworth Windows. If you have more than one video, feel free to submit (they can be looped together) or if you and another artist have projects that compliment each other. Keep work suitable to a public, outdoor venue. To submit, send a link to the work to TheTollboothGallery@gmail.com.
In a departure from the clever, fantastical creatures she coaxes out of smooth mounds of clay, Eva Funderburgh used tree branches and chicken wire to shape the forest animals in her new installation, Looking forward, Looking backward, at the Woolworth Windows, S. 11th and Broadway, through Nov. 17, 2016. In this installation, two “deer-like creatures” […]
Giant steamroller prints from the 12th Annual Tacoma Wayzgoose Festival are on view in the Woolworth Windows, S. 11th and Broadway in downtown Tacoma through Nov. 17, 2016. So, what is a wayzgoose, and what is a steamroller print, you ask? According to Wikipedia, “Wayzgoose was at one time an entertainment given by a master […]
Spaceworks has a studio available at 1120 Creative House! We are seeking an artist, a group of artists, creative small business or non-profit to rent this space. Where: 1120 Creative House at 1120 Pacific Avenue, 2nd floor in downtown Tacoma Studio #208 :: 550 sq. ft. :: $800/mo (includes rent, all utilities, WiFi) Two doors, one to […]
Through a partnership of three enterprising creatives, a new company set a firm foothold in the City of Destiny creative scene. Erik Bernard, Sean Patrick Burke, and Wayne Robinson founded Have Not Films in 2014 partnering with international collaborators to deliver thought-provoking entertainment that attracts A-list talent. They established the company using combined backgrounds with […]