Live Screen Printing Party: Halloween Edition
10/04/18 | 5-9 PM
Party Hat invites you to join us in exploring all things scary (true love, the patriarchy, etc) with our Halloween live screen printing event featuring the work of 4 local artists including Flynn Bickley, Mary Anne Carter, Emma Kates-Shaw (@thornpokes), and Brandon Vosika.
The event will take place on Thursday, October 4th from 5-9 in conjunction with Pioneer Square's First Thursday Art Walk.
Bring your own tee (or sweatshirt, or hanky, or beyond) to be emblazoned with an original design OR preorder one and skip the line (or the party if you must!)
Blank shirts will be available for purchase for $10-15 while supplies last. Printing fees are sliding scale $10-20 and no one will be turned away for lack of funds.
Designs and ink colors are posted in the event! Ink colors cannot be changed, so please bring a shirt that will work with the ink selected by the artist.
Plush demons, sex dolls with skin, a real insane clown posse, messengers from another realm. Marcus McDonald's Ephemeral Panic, in reference to Alejandro Jodorowsky's transformative methodology in theater and performance, would be best described as a window into the internal mystery of his subjects' selves. Bringing his simultaneously traumatized and jaded New York evocation to the west coast for the first time, he attempts to capture various artists in the process of losing themselves to their pure personas.
You’re invited to the official launch of PINK HALLOWEEN, the unique brainchild of Jordan Christianson and Anouk RAWKSON. Combining their underground street and high fashion points of view, they developed a brand of clothing and accessories influenced by unconventional art, fashion and music focusing on self-expression that is not defined by others' standards.
I am sui generis; You are PINK HALLOWEEN.
Party Hat invites you to join us in celebrating Pride with a showcase of queer makers and artists within our community on Thursday, June 7th from 5-9 in conjunction with Pioneer Square's First Thursday Art Walk.
This multifaceted event has several features including live screen printing, a queer pop up shop, and a visual art show by Alyssa Anne.
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A month long bazaar of small gifts and affordable art! Submissions will open mid October, so if you are an artist or maker that creates beautiful things under $100, do get in touch!
Party Hat is proud to present the work of Ursula Rose this November is part of our First Thursday series. More information to follow!