Artist Opportunity Pop-Up Salon
POSTED ON 4.7.2017
Interested in participating in our next Pop-Up Artists Salon? Here's what you need to know:
Date: Saturday, May, 20th
Artist check-in and set up: 11:15am
The purpose of the event is to give artists a space to create and showcase their work, with an emphasis on CREATE. There are many artists here in town who do not have access to a working studio and/or do not hold open studios. This is an opportunity for artists to have a space to create and show off their process!
- There is no fee to participate. However, by signing up for the event, participating artists agree to donate 20% of sales made during the event to Second Street gallery.
- Artists are not required to bring work to sell in the gallery.
If you are an artist interested in participating in the May 20th event, please send an e-mail to email@example.com along with the following information:
- Medium that you will be working in on the day of the event
- Special requirements you may have (i.e. you will need an outlet, how much space you need to work, will you need a table or will you bring your own easel, etc.)
- Link to your website and/or up to 3 examples of your work (optional, but encourage)
This is NOT a juried selection. 10 artists will be selected at random to participate. The list of artists will be announced on Wednesday, April 19th. You will not be notified if you are not selected.
SEE/HEAR Torrey Pines Wednesday, November 16
POSTED ON 11.8.2016
See/Hear will feature Seattle-based artist/musician/filmmaker Clyde Petersen's feature length stop-motion animated film, Torrey Pines. This auto-biographical film is a coming of age story of growing up with an undiagnosed schizophrenic single mother in San Diego in the 1980s. Clyde's 3-piece band, Your Heart Breaks, will accompany the film.
Doors at 6 PM
film/performance starts at 6:30 PM
Trailer here: https://www.torreypinesfilm.com/trailer/
For more about Clyde Petersen and Torrey Pines via the following links and information below:
* Huffington Post: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/animated-transgender-odyssey-torrey-pines-is-the_us_5812d358e4b09b190529c2de
* OC87 Recovery Diaries - http://oc87recoverydiaries.com/torrey-pines/
WHAT IS TORREY PINES ABOUT?
Torrey Pines is a stop-motion animated feature film by director Clyde Petersen. Based on a true story, the film is a queer punk coming-of-age tale, taking place in Southern California in the early 1990's. Raised by a schizophrenic single mother, Petersen's life story unfolds in a series of baffling and hallucinated events. With a mother fueled by hallucinations of political conspiracy and family dysfunction, twelve-year-old Petersen is taken on a cross-country adventure that will forever alter the family as they know it.
I DON'T UNDERSTAND. IS IT A MOVIE OR A THEATRICAL PIECE?
Torrey Pines is both a complete feature film, and a touring theatrical show. The film has a soundtrack produced by Chris Walla, while the live theatrical version has a score performed by the band Your Heart Breaks and special guests, including Kimya Dawson, Lori Goldston, The Beaconettes (an amazing choir from Seattle, Washington), Corey J. Brewer, Chris Looney and Art Petersen.
WHO IS CLYDE PETERSEN? WHAT'S THEIR DEAL?
Clyde Petersen is a Seattle based artist, working in film, animation, music, installation and fabulous spectacle. He is a member of the transgender and queer communities in Seattle. He travels the world with his punk band Your Heart Breaks and hosts a TV show in a small handmade boat in the Washington Park Arboretum. Boating with Clyde features artists from around the world, performing on the waterways of Seattle and can be seen online. Past projects also include the 90-minute multimedia show Gender Failure with Rae Spoon and Ivan Coyote.
His work has been featured around the world at the London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival, SXSW, the Henry Art Gallery, the Walker Art Gallery, Portland State University, Western Washington University, Bumbershoot Arts Festival, Seattle Lesbian and Gay Film Festival and many more. His clients include The Thermals, Kimya Dawson, Laura Veirs, Earth, Minor Alps, Quasi, Deerhoof, Sean Nelson, The Portland Cello Project and Thao with the Get Down Stay Down to name a few. He has been awarded grants for filmmaking from the New England Foundation for the Arts (NEFA), The Neddy at Cornish, the City of Seattle, the Artist Trust Innovator Award, the Awesome Foundation and 4Culture.
POSTED ON 8.13.2015
Season 42: Sustainablility is coming to Second Street Gallery. Look for a full season preview soon!