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The highlight of my weekend I showed up later Cool cars, cool people, cool shop Thanks Steve! SinisterCustom , Jul 30, Thanks a ton for your hospitality.
It was a genuinely good time! BTW those baked beans were incredible! Thanks again!! Last edited by a moderator: Jun 1, Thanks for the awesome food, and great, laid-back environment, Steve!
Too much cool stuff.. Jake H. Yes, thanks Steve, I had a great time. Rolf , Jul 30, Thanks again for hosting the party Steve. Talked my ass off all night long and met what I can tell are going to be some good friends. Choptop , Jul 30, Thanks Steve, we got there a little late but still had a great time. See you next weekend at Hotrodarama.
Custom54 , Jul 30, Stovebolt , Jul 30, The large grid of paintings are by Angela Larsen. The event featured many performances in addition to visual art and music. Photo By Scott Haydon. Isaac Martinez owner of Pointline printing service, and tenant of Creative House engaged visitors during open studio hours at Tacoma Art Walk. Striking Spaceworks mural by Game Not Fame on the corner of 11th and Market streets packed a lot of visual impact.
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The giant jenga was a smash hit with kids and adults alike. Way and began re-branding in fall of Inspired by Mesoamerican imagery, Gustavo Martinez retells the stories of our cultural heritage to ensure they live on. Entrepreneur Rochelle Bergstrom pitches her business plan for Elope to local experts at Fish Tank, fall This was the first time Spaceworks hosted the event publicly. Josiah French was one of the entrepreneurs to receive training through Creative Enterprise Tier I class of fall along with Devon Baldwin.
He is the youngest participant to go through the program. Photo by Henry Haneda Tim Carter admires installation by Eva Funderburgh. The award is presented by Greater Tacoma Community Foundation which hosted the art show at Spaceworks Gallery this year. The exhibition was on display for a month and showed work by nominees and award winner Sean Alexander.
Viewers examine first ever exhibit at the Spaceworks Gallery. Photo by Scott Haydon. Kris Crews captured this luminous image of Spaceworks staff holding custom-made neon sign by local artist Galen Turner. Thanks to generous contributions from big organizations to small Tacoma businesses to individual donations, Spaceworks staff grew in to accommodate more clients and provide higher quality of services. Share this: Click to share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Pinterest Opens in new window Click to email this to a friend Opens in new window.
Categories Uncategorized. Call For Submissions Creative non-fiction, essays, and poetry are all encouraged as mediums to voice your opinion about transforming Theater District. Spaceworks Info Sessions Whether you are an artist seeking to activate your potential for public art or an entrepreneur with a growing business or business idea, we have offerings to support your creative drive.
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Thank You, Tacoma With holiday season upon us we wanted to take a moment to express the gratitude we have for the continued support we have from this community. The buyers had to specify what the land would be used for and had to meet high standards of construction and maintenance. When the Tacoma Grocery Company bought this lot in , the contract specified that it must put up a brick building within one year, a typical requirement of the land company. Brick was specified because of the many devastating fires that had occurred that year, including the fire that burned Seattle to the ground.
The land company also insisted on high aesthetic standards for the public side of the building facing Pacific Avenue. Local architects Proctor and Dennis gave this building an Italian Renaissance style.
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Within five years the company supplied groceries from Montana to Alaska. West Coast Grocery, took over the building in , with more lasting success. The building served as a warehouse for West Coast Grocery until Architects Moore Ruble Yudell of Santa Monica, California, with LMN Architects of Seattle as the associated architectural firm, designed the renovation of these four connected buildings for the university.
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