Browsing the "Fulcrum Gallery" Tag

Meghan Mitchell says hello

November 4th, 2013 | by Sean Alexander

Meghan Mitchell‘s new show at Fulcrum Gallery is a darling mini. Comprising eight modest drawings and a cozy tent installation,

Be Proud at Tacoma Pride 2013

July 8th, 2013 | by Michael Fitzgerald

Tacoma’s full of pride for one of the city’s biggest festivals. Numerous local businesses, organizations, and committed individuals come together

Chuck Knigge & Queen Freddie Break the Internet

June 21st, 2013 | by Katy Evans

There are plenty of rabid Freddie Mercury/Queen fans out there, and Tacoma artist Chuck Knigge is one of them. His newest body of work, Queen Freddie, is one of the most hotly anticipated art openings Tacoma and Seattle has seen in a long time.

At Home with Art

November 28th, 2012 | by Kate Albert Ward

It's been two months since the Spaceworks Cakewalk. As a means of celebrating the close of a fabulous Art at Work month, join Kate Albert Ward in taking a peek at where some of the artworks won at the Cakewalk have ended up

Incline your Ears: Myth and Mystery at the Beautiful Angle Holiday Party

November 20th, 2012 | by Timothy Thomas McNeely

On November 30 we celebrate ten years of Beautiful Angle. As in other years, this celebration will be a party and poster sale from the archives. Special to this year will be the unveiling of the original prints for a forthcoming book, The Mystery/Myth Folio, at Fulcrum Gallery.

We’re Jerks! Oliver Doriss captures the zeitgeist with Union Tac

October 19th, 2012 | by Katy Evans

The "Union Tac" roster of featured artists is impressive and full of familiar names: Chris Sharp, Sean Alexander, Chandler O’Leary, Sara Gilbert, Meghan Mitchell, Electricbranch, Elise Richman, and Noah Struthers all created original works inspired by the theme. And the results are entirely unexpected.

"Dawn of 2012" Breaks at the Fulcrum Gallery

January 27th, 2012 | by Katy Evans

The six featured Tacoma artists -- Julian Peña, Kelsi Finney, Gabriel Brown, Kirsten Marie Pisto, Meghan Mitchell, and Branden Urban -- all work with vivid curiosity, fearlessness, and a commitment to both internal and external exploration. They create in order to uncover something more, something new, to challenge them

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