Across the River Arts: Extraordinary in the Everyday
Fremont Abbey Arts Center
Seattle, WA
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Across the River Arts: Extraordinary in the Everyday
Extraordinary in the Everyday

Across the River Arts in partnership with the Fremont Abbey Arts Center presents 22 emerging artists exploring the theme Extraordinary in the Everyday.  This one night showcase features a wide variety of original works by innovative local artists ready to extend their reach.  Painters, sculptors, dance choreographers, poets, musicians, and every style in between will make up this special show giving the community an opportunity to meet these talented individuals and experience their captivating work.

Artists and performers include: Heather D'Arnell, Cha Davis, Martha Dunham, Seth Engle, Global Heat  Unplugged, Terra Holcomb, Catherine Kail-Tucker, Katy Lin, Joya Marie Marsh, Debbie McLaughlin, Oscar McNary, Lylli Srygley Meredith/Dallas Williams, Paloma de Murga, Collin Joseph Neal, Tim Rayburn, Heather Rosenberry, Rita Ruby, Aaron J. Shay, SKY, ilvs strauss, and Sophia Wheelwright.

Across the River Arts is dedicated to providing opportunities for emerging artists to show and perform their work.  Through group art shows, community driven performances, and artists groups we seek to encourage, nurture, and instill confidence in artists.

July 12, 2012

7:00-11:00 pm

$8.00 General
$15.00 Front row reserved (limited to 10)
$10.00-$15.00 general at the door
all ages

Visual Art displayed 7:00-11:00 pm, Performances 8:00-10:30 pm with an extended intermission to view visual art.  Ticket price includes visual art gallery and performance.!/acrosstherivart


Fremont Abbey Arts Center (View)
4272 Fremont Ave North
Seattle, WA 98103
United States


Arts > Dance
Arts > Performance
Arts > Visual
Music > Choral
Music > Folk
Music > Singer/Songwriter

Kid Friendly: Yes!
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!