[APPLY NOW!] 2018 Seattle Emerging Artists Pop Up Fair

Seattle Art Post is proud to announce that we will be hosting our first Seattle Emerging Artists (Pop Up) Fair this July 28 at Canvas in SoDo! This will be a one night group exhibition the weekend before the Seattle Art Fair where local artists will exhibit their work, gallerists, collectors, and art enthusiasts will gather for a night in support of Seattle arts!

Local Emerging Artists who are not already represented by an art gallery are welcome to apply by emailing seattleartpost@gmail.com with 1-3 examples of their art that they would like to exhibit in the show. Submissions are free, and are due no later than June 15. We will notify artists by July 1 if they've been selected for the show.

It's going to be a great event featuring:

- Local Seattle emerging artists

- Panel discussion featuring select artists on the topic of "Cultivating a Creative Lifestyle" followed by Q&A

- Live DJ

Stay tuned for more information on the event, and spread the word!


Website Launch + Holiday Giveaway

Just in time for the holiday season, SeattleArtPost.com is now LIVE! We are excited about getting the word out to local artists and art enthusiasts alike, so we are launching a giveaway to help spread the word! 

3 Steps to Win:

  1. Follow Seattle Art Post on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram 
  2. Share our latest Instagram post about our website launch and tag a friend
  3. Tell us what you love about Seattle Art Post on any of our social media outlets

The randomly selected winner will be announced in the New Year. Thanks so much for your support!

Prize: Adjustable Easel + 1 year Membership to Seattle Art Museum

Jessica Ghyvoronsky
The Why

Truth be told, this project began and continued to grow simply because I believe it's an admirable feat that artists have this innate drive to create despite all odds, despite the voices telling them they'll be starving, that there will be no return on their creative investment, that it's not "reasonable". The fact that artists (especially emerging artists) continue to press on is a beautiful thing, so Seattle Art Post was created to recognize them and to seek opportunities for more exposure, community, and resources. So here we are. Keep your head in the clouds and never. stop. making.

Jessica Ghyvoronsky