Aug 222012

Check out these gorgeous photographs of the gallery show currently up at the Gage Academy, called Stop-Framing Me, and featuring work from nine SEAT animators. The Gage Academy’s Steele gallery is on the third floor (1501 10th Avenue E) and is open Monday to Friday 10AM to 6PM. The show is up until September 1st.

Photos by TinyBox Media

The Long Drawn Walk by Salise Hughes

Drawing from Chronicles of a Professional Eulogist, by Sarah Jane Lapp

Birdhouse by Clyde Petersen, with Bird by Britta Johnson

Kite installation by Webster Crowell, with videos by Davis Limbach and Salise Hughes

Aug 082012

Thank you to everyone who came out to the reception and lecture last Friday, celebrating the opening of the first Seattle Experimental Animation Team gallery show, Stop-Framing Me. Here are a few photos of the show to get your juices flowing, but they really don’t do justice to the exhibit, so you should come see it in person! The Steele gallery is on the third floor of the Gage Academy (1501 10th Avenue E) and is open Monday to Friday 10AM to 6PM.

Book by Drew Christie, used in the animated short ‘The Man Who Shot The Man Who Shot Lincoln’

Cut-outs by Tess Martin, used in the animated short ‘Plain Face’

Projection showing Webster Crowell’s animated short ‘Parasol’, and one of Webster’s kite installations, showing an excerpt of Davis Limbach’s animated short ‘Loopforms’

Three parasols by Webster Crowell, used in the making of the animated short ‘Parasol’


Jul 272012

Check out this nice little trailer for the SEAT gallery show at the Gage Academy, Stop-Framing Me:

All these films will be screened as well as artifacts used in the making of the films, as well as, of course, animation on kites! Also remember the opening reception is on August 3rd at 6pm, and the lecture starts that same evening at 7pm!

Jul 192012

The Seattle Experimental Animation Team is happy to announce their first collective gallery show at the Gage Academy, opening August 3rd, 2012 and up until September 1st (the Steele Gallery is open daily 10AM-6PM). That evening there will also be an artist lecture with co-curators by Tess Martin and Webster Crowell. Deatils above – don’t miss it!

Mar 202011

Check out the postcard for Domestic Patterns, the group show at ArtsWest where five of Tess Martin’s films will be screening. These are the same films that are playing March 10-26 in the Child’s Play exhibit. Note she will also be taking part in an interesting panel discussion on April 14th after the opening reception at 7:30PM. Come on down!