2401 Utah Ave S, Lbby
Seattle, WA 98134
Seattle Art Fair was founded by Paul G. Allen as a unique and innovative art experience showcasing the vibrant culture and diversity of the Pacific Northwest. In addition to being a destination for new and established collectors and international art patrons, the Fair shines a light on Seattle’s thriving art scene. Now in its second year, the Fair features local, regional, and international art galleries presenting top-tier modern and contemporary art. The Seattle Art Fair is produced by Paul G. Allen’s Vulcan Inc. and Art Market Productions.
Monthly house music night in old train cars in Sodo. House music. Cheap drinks. Never a cover. Last Saturday of the month. 10pm-2am.
StraightJacket Studios takes a unique, tailored approach to each and every project.
MOB Studios offers a wide range of recording services and doubles as a venue for local musicians. Please contact us for going rates and space availability.
AD1 is a recording studio located in Seattle’s SODO neighborhood. It was founded by producer/artist J.Lee, a music industry veteran with over 20 years of experience with recording, mixing, and audio engineering. AD1 is equipped with state-of-the-art digital recording gear, acoustically treated rooms, and experienced engineers. We specialize in the recording and production of hip hop vocals and hip hop production. We also provide audio post-production, licensing, artist development, mastering, video production, event production, and design services. In addition, we produce music for film and television, and have licensed tracks to almost every major TV network. AD1 is owned and operated by AudioDose. To learn more about AudioDose, visit AudioDose.com
A contemporary art space devoted to the collection of Bill and Ruth True. Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Seattle-WA/Western-Bridge/168878923862
Independence Printage, Blue Dot Prints, Red Treadle, LoveBird Creative and Weapons of Mass Design ...sharing space, making it happen.
The Vault is a recording studio and community space located under a bank building south of downtown Seattle. THE VAULT STUDIO Our 19'x23' tracking room is inside the original vault from the 1940s. The reinforced concrete and steel doors let us lock performers in until they get the perfect take. THE VAULT TECNHOSQUAT We have approximately 2000 square feet of shared work area, including a wood shop, 3D printer, and a cooperative working space with desks for rent.
We are Seattle's premier Metalhead / Punk tattoo studio. If you are looking for tattoo flash racks, you have come to the wrong place. we specialized in custom tattoos, Heavy Metal, punk and dark arts.
Please visit your local store at 76 S Lander St in Seattle for more details about values and deals! Sears for the past 100+ years has provided its customers with great products and service. Sears has a huge range of products in Appliances, Tools, Lawn & Garden, Clothing, Electronics and more. With many brands within its Stores, Sears also has reputable house-brands such as Kenmore, Craftsman and Diehard and the newest and latest addition, Kardashian Kollection. Customers will find brand variety, customer satisfaction and excellent service at any Sears Store.
We specialize in residential and commercial solar photovoltaic and battery storage systems using 100% in-house labor with an unyielding commitment to high-quality craftsmanship and customer service.
It’s long been told that the light on the top of the space needle is the fabled “Weedle on the Needle”. I’m here to shatter your illusions of the Seattle populace. WE ARE GAMERS. That light you see on top of the space needle? That’s the power light on a computer case… on Tuesdays. Thursdays and Fridays, it’s the green glow of a XBOX 360 light. That Sasquatch is a diehard, cold nerved gamer. He’s from the LANd of Microsoft, Nintendo - North America, Valve, PopCap, Runic and many other game and IT companies. It has been a long time since there’s been a LAN in the Seattle area. And this Sasquatch is out for two things: to chew bubblegum and play some LAN games and to quote the Duke Nukem and to learn to count correctly and he’s all out of bubblegum. Emerald City LAN has been put together to give the people a chance to gather and get their game on. We’re a group of gamers that value having a good time and sportsmanship over hyper-competitiveness and elitism. We’ve had experience both working and playing in other people LANs and now it’s our chance to share the gift of gaming. We’re starting out small but it’s a good start. We plan on traveling the length of LAN games with FPSs, MOBAs, RTSs and TBSs. Since you’re one of us, I won’t bother explaining the acronyms. If you googled those acronyms to tell your friends about the LAN? You’re probably also one of us too! We look forward to you joining us this March (5:00PM 3.2.2012 until 5:00 PM 3.4.2012). Let’s get our game on! This is the Official Facebook page for the Emerald City LAN. You can also reach us via Twitter @emeraldcityLAN
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The magic of award-winning Seattle portrait photographer Michael Rosenberg is his gift for capturing the singular moment of emotion that reveals an entire story. It may be unstudied gesture, the flicker of a glance, the tilt of a head, the poetic body language of people in love—with life, with each other, with a child. Just as you cannot fake an emotion, you cannot stage such moments. How then does the story get told? “My task as a seeker of these stories,” Michael says, “is to become a part of the dance of intimacies of my subjects, to attune myself to them, to wait for the moment when the window opens to the soul, and to capture that moment in an image that will endure for all time.” Michael has been telling photographic stories for two decades, pushing the boundaries of portrait photography, and garnering awards in the process. “The real rewards, though,” he confesses, “are the relationships I develop with my clients and the knowledge that these images are how they will remember and retell the story of their lives.”
Amanda is a Fine Art and Commercial Photographer and Videographer in the Greater Seattle Area focusing on creating imagery which focuses on emotional connections between the viewer and the image. With her personal projects, Amanda devotes time to creating Visual Awareness for Mental and Emotional Health. Currently, Amanda is working on creating a web series called Delusions of Grandeur: Alice.