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PEAS next Fall!

1 Jun

Are you interested in sharing your artwork, poetry, music, with your peers? Contact us at to set up a Parnassus Emerging Artist Series event for next fall! All enrolled students are welcome to sign up!


PEAS event today!

19 May

This afternoon ArtsLink and Parnassus cafe are teaming up for another Parnassus emerging artist series event (PEAS). The group is Datura, a collection of talented UW jazz musicians. Whether you want to enjoy this afternoon concert, need coffee, or have studying to do, bring it down to the cafe, and enjoy some wonderful afternoon jazz!

Where: Parnassus Cafe, located in the basement of the Art Building
When: TODAY, Tuesday 5/19, at 2pm
Who: You, your friends, everyone, it’s FREE!
Why: Because free music is amazing.

NETTLE HONEY-PEAS Performance on Tuesday!

11 May

Love bluegrass? Love folk? Love Nettle Honey. Come to Parnassus this Tuesday, May 12 for some excellent music. Bring friends, it’s free!

Where? Parnassus Cafe, Basement of the UW Art Building
When? Tuesday May 12 @ 2:30pm


PEAS are back! MAY 7@ 3:00PM

28 Apr

Remember Parnassus Emerging Artist Series(P.E.A.S.)?

Well, they are back starting next month! ArtsLink is excited to present “Chemical Clock“, an awesome jazz group featuring:

Cameron Sharif – keyboard
Ray Larsen – trumpet
Evan Woodle – drums
Mark Hunter – bass

Where? Parnassus Cafe
When? May 7 @ 3-4pm
Who? You! Your friends! All are welcome. It’s free.

Kristian Garrard at PEAS — April 10th —

9 Apr

Free JAZZ on Thursday. Interested? Come to Parnassus Cafe at 3pm on 5/7!

5 May

Come hear the awesomeness that is CHEMICAL CLOCK! They will be playing for about an hour in Parnassus cafe this Thursday, as our first PEAS (Parnassus Emerging Artist Series) event of the quarter. It’s free, so grab a cup of coffee and enjoy, or just come to study in this terrific environment.


Roman Art from the Louvre- SAM, February 22nd

19 Feb

The famed Musee du Louvre has taken up shop on 1st Avenue in our own city! An exhibition straight from Paris, “Roman Art” celebrates centuries of divine, courtly, and regal rule in ancient Rome. From peasants to emperors, visitors to the Seattle Art Museum from February 21st to May, will be privy to this exquisite portal to classical Rome which has commanded respect from the artistic community for hundreds of years.

This is an exhibit that is surely not to be missed; pleasing history buffs, art lovers, and literatti’s alike.

For more information, please visit

Tuesday–Sunday: 10 a.m.–5 p.m.
Thursday & Friday: 10 a.m.–9 p.m.
Monday: closed

Students: $7.00 with ID

Parnassus Emerging Artist Series – Andrew Frank

18 Feb


Andrew Franks, undergraduate filmmaker, will be screening several of his videos and answering questions about pursing his creative passion at the UW. Through work in Cinema Studies and DXARTS as well as experiences outside of the classroom, Andrew has been able to design for himself a singular and meaningful educational opportunity. To preview some of his work, visit

The Parnassus Emerging Artist Series is a casual forum for undergraduate student artists in the visual, literary and performing arts to exhibit and present their work and talk about their educational experiences and artistic practice with their fellow students. Poets, photographers, musicians, filmmakers, designers, and dancers — all current students or recent alumni — answer questions from the audience in an open-ended format. For students investigating the arts as a possible major, this is a great opportunity to learn more in an interactive, informal context.

Parnassus, a student-operated cafe in the basement of the Art building, serves a comprehensive menu of espresso and teas as well as food items. Please join us! For upcoming events in the series, visit the blog.


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