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Love Georgetown. Such an interesting place to visit and see all the art.

Ellen Xu \ Make Boring, opening tonight at Interstitial, upstairs at the Hamilton Building!

Over the course of the last two weeks, Ellen Xu worked in the space to create Make Boring, a site-specific installation combining sculpture and drawing. Using red ink, varied sizes of cut wood, and dripping red glue to construct the installation, Xu’s work responds to the architectural environment of Interstitial’s gallery space to build an immersive installation echoing the cellular structure of organic material. The artist describes her process as “exploring the notion of how stereotypes within a system can be redefined through the application of actions, performance, and imaginative play”

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Miss Ella doing her first day as a street performer!
She's getting out of a straitjacket wrapped in 47 feet of chain!
#magic #magician #busker #streetperformer #georgetowncarnival2017 #straitjacket @museumofcuriousthings

Holy WOW what a great day to be at the Georgetown Carnival! Here until at least 8. It's all kinds of awesome! #georgetownseattle #georgetowncarnival2017 #libertedumondegourmetadventures #getoutside #grateful #appreciative #friends #Spring #lovewhatyoudo #seattle

This guy.... 👦🏻😎🤓🙈 #toocutetohandle #georgetowncarnival2017

Heads up: today is the Georgetown Carnival but don’t let that stop you from coming down — this is a festive, free event along Georgetown’s Airport Way but ALL galleries are open, until 9pm!

Many thanks to the *true* mayor of the arts in Georgetown, Larry Reid (and of course, the entire GMA), who makes this event happen every year.
We highly recommend carpooling, cab, Lyft or public transit. Instructions for coming down via transit are here, and on our contact page (link in profile)

If coming from Capitol Hill or other places northward such as Queen Anne, Ballard, Fremont, or the U-District; take the streetcar, neighborhood bus, or Link to Pioneer Square to catch the 124 which will drop you off a block away at Doris Street.

If on the eastern or southern edge of Capitol Hill, the International District, or Beacon Hill, the 60 will also bring you straight to Georgetown.

If you are coming from West Seattle, take the 50 to the Sodo Busway & S Spokane St (SB), transfer to the 106 and get off at Doris.

From Columbia City or Hillman City, take the light rail (NB) to Beacon Hill Station, then transfer to the 60 at Beacon Ave S & S Lander St (SB)

From Rainier Beach, take the 107 straight to Georgetown!

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