Corridor 2017 Hums and Glitters at Georgetown Steam Plant, Saturday, January 21

Posted on January 16, 2017, 4:36 pm
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Want an unrepeatable, otherworldly, immersive day of performance and artistic visuals? Get thee to Corridor presented by arts collective Elevator in the historic Georgetown Steam Plant this Saturday, January 21.

From noon to midnight, the raw, industrial space will contain an evolving spectacle of sight and sound. In a sense, the building, a National Historic Landmark, is a work of art in itself. If you have seen performances there before, you know how versatile it can be for imaginative artists. At Corridor, the space is certain to come alive and look brand new, even to past visitors.

First, a few disclaimers from the organizers:

  • Please dress for warmth. We are doing our best to heat the space adequately, but parts of the building will be chilly.
  • The majority of installations and performances will take place on the second floor of the Steam Plant, which is not ADA Accessible.

Musicians include Hanna Benn, Nordra, Cruel Diagonals, Cameron Shafii and Austin Larkin. There will also be visual installations and live performances by Rosen, Coldbrew Collective, Campbell Thibo, Leena Joshi, Beth Graczyk, Matt Drews and many more. Check out a full list of performers on the Facebook event page.


Elevator presents Corridor 2017

When: Saturday, January 21, noon to midnight.

Where: Georgetown Steam Plant

General admission $25 advance, $30 general admission. Buy tickets online.

 

T.s. Flock is a writer and arts critic based in Seattle and co-founder of Vanguard Seattle.

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