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Capitol Hill Art Walk: August 2018 ftg. Imminent Mode
August 9, 2018 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
The monthly Capitol Hill Art Walk should be extra lively for August. In addition to the usual openings at galleries and shops, we’re seeing a few special one-night-only events, too.
The fourth iteration of Imminent Mode at Vermillion opens with a street fashion show on 11th Ave, between Pike and Pine. Imminent Mode pairs visual artists with creatives working in fashion and clothing design. This year’s nine pairings include Devon Yan (DEVONATION, winner of IDRS 2016) with Juan Monroy, Jordan Christianson (Jonquil & Mr. Black) with Anouk Rawkson, and milliner Brenda Bryan (Lovewell Couture) with Grant Rehnberg. The theme this year is Lore: telling stories through the garments one wears.
studio e gallery will be hosting its monthly pop-up exhibition in the mezzanine of Amandine Bakery. This month features an installation of works by Amber Barney-Nivón, curated by Anthony White.
Among the great gallery shows opening, I’m particularly excited for Underbrush by Sam Wolfe Connelly at Creatura House. From the event page:
Creatura House is very pleased to present a show of works by NY artist Sam Wolfe Connelly. For this show, Connelly traded his usual enigmatic and Lynchian horror themes to create a show about the wildlife he encountered as a kid growing up in Virginia. Keeping his signature shadowy gradient style, Connelly’s new work belies a sweetness in it’s recollections, and a reminder that not all things that go bump in the night are to be feared.
Free and open to the public. For a complete map and list of events, see CapitolHillArtWalk.com. Get more info about these featured events at the FB event pages.