Exhibitions

Current Exhibition

Hannah Marie Smith, Jimmy Anderegg, Charles Cohan, Alex Gibson, Kelvin Mason, Shandra McLane Hannah Marie Smith, Jimmy Anderegg, Charles Cohan, Alex Gibson, Kelvin Mason, Shandra McLane

Editional Research

Hannah Marie Smith, Jimmy Anderegg, Charles Cohan, Alex Gibson, Kelvin Mason, Shandra McLane

April 4 - May 31, 2019

Opening Reception + Artist Talk*
Thursday, April 4
5:00 - 8:00 PM

First Thursday Art Walk*
Thursday, May 2
5:00 - 8:00 PM

*Pioneer Square First Thursday Art Walk offers free parking opportunities. Click here for more information.

During the 2018 John H. Hauberg Fellowship at Pilchuck, six artists converged to investigate and document the unique printmaking process of vitreography. Glass plates were etched, engraved, and polished in a variety of ways to hold ink. Editional Research features prints made by the Hauberg Fellows to showcase the possibility of using glass as a tool. 

Join us for a pre-release celebration of their forthcoming book that documents these processes alongside a collection of their work on display.

 Artists include:

Hannah Marie Smith, Jimmy Anderegg, Charles Cohan, Alex Gibson, Kelvin Mason, and Shandra McLane.

 

 


Upcoming Exhibitions

Celebrating Pride in the glass community

Plain Sight

Celebrating Pride in the glass community

June 6 - 28, 2019

Opening Reception*
Thursday, June 6
5:00pm - 8:00pm

*Pioneer Square First Thursday Art Walk offers free parking opportunities. Click here for more information.

In honor of Pride, Pilchuck Glass School is hosting a month-long exhibition in June to showcase the LGBTQIA+ identifying members of the glass community! Featuring ten artists, the collection stands as an exploration of visibility and the queer narrative in our ever-evolving society.

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots in New York City, a pivotal turning point in the gay civil rights movement. Since June 28th, 1970, LGBTQIA+ identifying people have gathered to commemorate their struggles, recognize their successes, celebrate their sexual diversity and gender variance, and advocate for their communities.

“LGBTQIA+ Pride Month,” or what we now simply call “Pride”, is a sensation that takes place world-wide, celebrating the human right to live our truth, stand in the face of adversity, and continue to make strides towards societal liberation.

FEATURED ARTISTS:

Cat Burns
Joseph S. Cavalieri
David K. Chatt
Caroline Landau
Paul Messink
Jazz Mom
Joe Sircoulomb
Chelsea Thompto
C. Miguel Unson
Jeff Zimmer


This juried exhibition will run June 6 - 28, 2019 at Pilchuck's Seattle Exhibition Space, located in Pioneer Square.

 

Click here for past exhibitions