Saturday, August 2, 11AM – 9PM
It’s our 10th anniversary and we’re celebrating with an Art Street Fair. We’ll be closing down Prefontaine Pl. S. for a day long, indoor-outdoor festival featuring the work of TK tenants plus hundreds of artists from around the city.
Get all the details here:
October 3, 5:30 – 10pm
This is your once-a-year opportunity to tour the upstairs residential lofts at the big, beautiful TK, at the heart of the Pioneer Square artwalk. Join us for performances, open lofts, artists’ marketplace, music, Butoh, and live art!
Painting by Jay Mason, “Sunsets Over Fourth”, oil on canvas, 2013
The Tashiro Kaplan building is now home to a new, independent, contemporary art gallery. METHOD Gallery occupies the large, window-lit space at the front of Project 106, a collection of new studios and commercial units built out in the long dormant, 4500 SF Tashiro basement space underneath 4Culture. TK Commercial space coordinator, Paul McKee, took over tenancy of the space, and designed and constructed the units. It is shaping up aesthetically, and as a new hub for activity during artwalk and other events. The TK welcomes Paul, his partners at Method, and all his tenants.
Tashiro Kaplan Artist Lofts Open House
First Thursday, October 4, 2012, 5 – 10 PM
Performances begin at 8 PM
Want a glimpse inside an artist colony? Tour 4 floors of live-work artist loft spaces at the TK building during our annual Open House event.
Common areas and individual units will be filled with visual arts exhibits featuring work by dozens of resident artists and invited guests, including Deanne Belinoff, Celeste Cooning, Crystal Fosnaugh and Dame Builder, Lynn Schirmer, and more.
Resident performing artists, including The David Guilbault Band, Queen Shmooquan, The Shanghai Pearl, and others, will present music, comedy, burlesque, and impromptu happenings in our community room, and throughout the building. Doors open at 5PM, performances start at 8PM.
First Thursday, June 7
4pm – 8pm
Curated by Deanne Belinoff
June 8 – June 29
On S. Washington St. between Angle Gallery and Design Commission