Barnstorm 2018

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Abstract

From 524 entries, international in scope, 44 works were selected. "Building on a 12-year history of successful art exhibitions and projects across the Northwest, PUNCH Projects presents Barnstorm 2018 – the second in a series of pop-up exhibitions activating rural spaces in unexpected ways with art, music and creative installations. This month-long art happening will transform the rustic Model KE building in Ellensburg’s SODO district into an exhibition showcasing large format prints, video work, site-specific sculpture and installation. Juror Ginger Ewing is an arts advocate and organizer in Spokane. She is the founder of Window Dressing, a program that fills vacant buildings with short term art installations and creative businesses, and co-founder of Terrain, a non-profit organization focused on building community and economic opportunity for artists in the Inland Northwest. Additionally, Ewing is an Ambassador for Artist Trust, a Spokane Arts Commissioner, a Washington State Arts Commissioner, member of a Joint Art Committee selecting artwork for a 63 million dollar park renovation in the heart of Spokane, and the former Curator for Cultural Literacy at the Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture."
Original languageEnglish
StatePublished - Jun 1 2018

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    Fremaux, G. (Other). (2018). Barnstorm 2018. Exhibition