Celebrate the coming of fall at the Henry!

2 Sep












Lecture: SuttonBeresCuller
September 16th, 2010 | 7PM
Auditorium + East Gallery
Henry Members FREE | General Admission $5

SuttonBeresCuller is a trio of artists (John Sutton, Ben Beres, and Zac Culler) who have worked collaboratively since 1999, when they met as students at Cornish College of the Arts. Over the past decade they have created ways to engage viewers through mobile sculptures, street actions, and temporary site-specific installations that often attract (sometimes unsuspecting) audiences to new readings of and approaches to political, social, cultural, and aesthetic issues. SuttonBeresCuller is dedicated to a form of “public art” that is generous in nature, participatory for the willing, and refreshingly free of dogma for the uninitiated.
As part of the spirited exhibition Vortexhibition Polyphonica, these artists have created Panoptos – an interactive installation that will invite viewers, both on-site and online, to engage with the Henry’s collection in an entirely new way. Join the artists in the Henry Auditorium for a candid discussion on the development of their practice followed by a preview of Panoptos in the East Gallery.

Members of the Henry Contemporaries are invited to a private reception with the artists prior to the lecture at 6:00 p.m., hosted by the Contemporaries Steering Committee.   RSVP required to rsvp@henryart.org or 206.221.3244.

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Sonic Noon: Free Summer Sounds with the UW School of Music
Thursday, September 2 – Thursday, September 2 – Andrea Roberts & Steven Bell

Join us at Molly’s Caféeach first Thursday for a free, lunchtime concert. Now in its third year, this casual concert series is co-presented by the Henry and the University of Washington School of Music. MORE…


Summer Showcase Screening: Coyote Central and 911 Media Arts
Thursday, September 2, 2010, 6:00 – 8:15 PM

Join the Henry in welcoming Coyote Central and 911 Media Arts for a showcase of productions created by kids in their youth programs. This summer the Henry housed Coyote Central’s Cartoon Animation classes and 911 Media Arts continued with education programs that inspire and inform the next generation of media artists and creators. MORE…


UW School of Art Visiting Artist Lecture: Bert Rodriguez
Friday, September 3, 2010, 7:00 – 8:30 PM
Henry Auditorium

In conjunction with the University of Washington School of Art’s summer residency project, Miami-based artist Bert Rodriguez will speak about his art-making practice. Bert Rodriguez has exhibited in galleries and institutions worldwide. Following Bert’s Lecture there will a Q&A cupcake social in the Café sponsored by Trophy Cupcakes.

Kirkland Arts Center Lecture: Brian Gillis
Friday, September 10, 2010, 7:00 – 8:30 PM
Henry Auditorium
Henry Members, Kirkland Arts Center Members FREE | General Admission $5

A solo exhibition of new work by Brian Gillis, NO!, will transform Kirkland Arts Center’s gallery space into a laboratory in an effort to understand what role disobedience has played in human development. Join us at the Henry to meet the artist, and hear more about this exhibition. MORE…

Primitivo Suarez-Wolfe: Open Satellite Lecture
Saturday, September 11, 2010, 2:00 – 3:00 PM
Henry Members FREE / General Admission $5

This Fall, Open Satellite hosts a new large-scale installation by Los Angeles-based artist Primitivo Suarez-Wolfe. Suarez-Wolfe was selected for residency by former Seattle Art Museum curator of modern and contemporary art, Michael Darling, who recently became Chief Curator of Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago. MORE…

Special thanks to City Arts Online for their generous support for Open Satellite and Kirkland Arts Center lectures at the Henry.

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