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Unseen Sacrifices at Center for Contemporary Art

Unseen Sacrifices Center for Contemporary Art, Seattle Washington

The Center of Contemporary Art Seattle (CoCA) is pleased to present Unseen Sacrifices, an exhibition featuring artists Ashanté Kindle, Satpreet Kahlon and Holly Ballard Martz. Unseen Sacrifices will run from July 2 – August 22 with a virtual opening on First Thursday at 6:30pm. Unseen Sacrifices seeks to open dialogue between community members about what emotional labor means both to them personally and also how it is used within our community at large. To encourage viewers to reexamine how invisible labor is valued, who is expected to perform it, as well as, reflecting on the emotional labor they have both given and received. Exhibit Information: Unseen Sacrifices July 2 – August 22, 2020 Satpreet Kahlon, Ashanté Kindle and Holly Ballard Martz explore the term emotional labor in CoCA exhibition: Unseen Sacrifices

Kindle is a current MFA candidate of the University of Connecticut.

https://www.ashantekindle.com/about

Kahlon is a

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Webinar #27: Avram Finkelstein

Avram discusses collectivity and communicating in public space for participants of the Free the Vaccine for COVID-19 campaign. At our last Free the Vaccine for COVID-19 meeting some participants said they wanted to know more about working in collectives. We immediately went to Avram Finkelstein who has a wealth of experience with working in collectives […]

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Arts Support Included in Federal COVID-19 Relief Bill

Arts Support Included in Federal COVID-19 Relief Bill

March 26, 2020

Late last night, the U.S. Senate unanimously passed (96-0) the third phase of the coronavirus (COVID-19) response relief package. The $2 trillion emergency stimulus package included important provisions supporting the arts sector and creative workforce. The nation’s arts and culture industry is experiencing devastating economic losses with closed venues and cancelled performances, exhibitions, and events as a result of the pandemic. The U.S. House plans to vote on the bill tomorrow morning at 9 a.m. ET and President Trump, who has already signaled his support of the legislation, is expected to sign it into law shortly thereafter.

This vital piece of legislation includes direct support for both nonprofit cultural organizations and state and local arts and humanities agencies, as well as economic relief provisions for independent contractors, “gig economy” workers and artists, entrepreneurs, and small businesses working in

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Central Art Coronavirus Update

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Thank you for your outpouring of support and business these past few weeks.

Currently we are working to comply with the safe practices that have been put in place for the COVID-19 virus outbreak. In the wake of Governor Brown’s Stay at Home Order, we at Central Art have made some important adjustments to our hours of operation and our work schedule.

For now we are open only from for curbside pickup and delivery (free for orders $30 or more) 10am-3pm Monday through Saturday

You can call us during those hours at 541-773-1444 to place an order. You can also email us at [email protected] or message us on Facebook @centralartsupply to place an order.

We remain committed to serving our artist community where we share your passion for art. We hope that everyone stays safe, happy and most importantly healthy as we navigate these changes together.

Dan & Ann Ebert

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Join us & Free the Vaccine for COVID-19

We’re forming a global, advocacy innovation lab to Free the Vaccine for COVID-19 and you can take part. Update: Visit “Free the Vaccine” for most current info on the project” Together we will Free the Vaccine for COVID-19 Around the globe we are taking rapid, drastic action to slow the spread of COVID-19. As we […]

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Central Art COVID-19 Protective Measures in Place

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For those who haven’t received Central Art Supply’s email this morning, here is an important announcement that will ensure you are able to continue making art to keep you engaged and sane as the coronovirus pandemic continues to unfold.

Central Art COVID-19 Protective Measures in Place

We at Central Art are working hard to do our part with COVID-19 protective measures. We are closely monitoring the best practices suggested by the CDC and state and local governments, realizing that they are changing daily.

For now there are a few things you can count on from all of us at Central Art.

We are taking measures to frequently wash our hands and cleaning our high-touch surfaces. We are also taking a proactive measure by asking customers to use hand sanitizer or to wash their hands when they come into the store.

Currently we remain open for business at our regular

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April Ashland First Friday ArtWalk Cancelled

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The Ashland Gallery Association has canceled the April First Friday Art Walk to meet the guidelines of social distancing and protect our community’s health.

We will notify you of the May Art Walk’s status as we approach this date, but at this time, it seems unlikely to take place.

Rogue Gallery Closed through March 31

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In these challenging times of COVID-19, the Rogue Gallery & Art Center will be closed through March 31. This will include classes as well as special events.

Thank you for your support and best wishes to all of you, Kim Hearon Executive Director

Don’t Cancel: Creative Activism and Coronavirus

During COVID-19, we can creatively adapt activism and advocacy campaigns to keep social connection while maintaining physical distance. Here’s how…

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Gallery Closure

After listening to members who are self-quarantining due to the coronovirus and those who are following instructions from the CDC and WHO, we have decided to close the gallery until further notice. Let’s all stay home and make art.

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