October 22, 2012
Art Faculty Dawn Cerny - Artist on the Go
: Gretchen Bennett, W Bible, 2012, copper, tape, color gel, magazine, 11 x 14 inches.. Photo by Courtesy of the artist..
Dawn Cerny will be found all over the Seattle area this fall, beginning with “The rug pulled out from underneath; you lie on the floor” at the Hedreen Gallery in the Lee Center for the Arts at Seattle University. She has a piece in a new publication by La Norda Specialo that will be published in honor of Jeffry Mitchell’s retrospective at Henry Art Gallery. She will also have work in at Soil Gallery and Greg Kucera Gallery and will be exhibiting work at Short Run at the Vera Project.
“The rug pulled out from underneath; you lie on the floor”
Hedreen Gallery, Lee Center for the Arts, Seattle University
Opening: Oct. 30, 5-8 pm. Runs through Jan. 27, 2013.
Co-curated by artists Dawn Cerny and Shaw Osha, the exhibition posits that the feminine is not an individual trait but rather a mobile gesture that exceeds gender. This exhibition asks questions about how we, as makers and viewers, understand states of knowing, perceiving and unknowing.
Opening: Nov. 1, 6-9 pm. Runs through Dec. 1
Handbound explores the creative process of Short Run exhibiting artists through a combination of original art, sketches, ephemera and books. It’s high-brow, low-brow and everything in between.
The Vera Project
November 3, 10:30 am - 5:30 pm
An event showcasing regional small press publications and individual makers of art books, zines, comics, literary works, and animation.
LADIES’ CHOICE: Works by Women Artists chosen by Women Artists
Greg Kucera Gallery
Opening: Nov 15, 6 – 8 pm. Runs through Dec. 22
La Norda Specialo 9
The Hedreen Gallery at the Lee Center for the Arts, Seattle University
Magazine release party
Image: Gretchen Bennett, W Bible, 2012, copper, tape, color gel, magazine, 11 x 14 inches.. Courtesy of the artist.
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