Join us at The Cloud Room as we watch the next round of the Democratic Debates!
Join Goethe Pop Up’s first outdoor cinematic event and spend the warm summer evening watching a series of short films!
The 95-minute program, Short Export -- Made in Germany, consists of seven films that illustrate the German short film scene’s vast artistic and stylistic variety. Wittily, they tell about searching and finding identity. These stories range from bizarre and exciting to warm-hearting and hilarious, told as fiction, documentary, and animation short film. Without a doubt, they will stir your appetite for more!
The Capitol Hill Neighborhood Design Crawl consists of concentrated events, open studios, exhibits, interactive workshops or participatory design interventions that are meant to activate and celebrate the neighborhood. Design professionals, residents, business owners, and community groups are all invited to activate and celebrate neighborhood identity through a series of design-related events.
Don’t miss Seattle’s city-life balance at The Goethe Pop Up featuring Cloud Room member Kira Jungfleisch!
Stop by the Goethe Pop Up during the Capitol Hill Art Walk! Anna Mlasowsky joins us for the exhibition opening and an artist talk on her glass work and its unique material characteristics, such as transparency, reflection, and fluidity. Talk starts at 7pm. Light refreshments provided.
More info here!
We are hosting Downtown Seattle Association for a private happy hour. Interested in hosting private events? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
*At Goethe Seattle Pop Up*
Join internationally renowned artist and sculptor Trimpin and PATH WITH ART artists for an evening of poetry, visual art, and music. Together, they explore their collaborative work Hear & Now, currently on display at the Pop Up Space in Capitol Hill. This sound sculpture -- mobile, tumultuous, kinetic – speaks to the immediacy of the homelessness crisis in Seattle. Those experiencing homelessness often report feeling unseen, unheard. The sculpture screams to be seen and heard, pulls focus, demands your attention. The artists creatively convey the experience of living without a place to call home, with the intention of building empathy across social and cultural boundaries. Hear & Now is thus a metaphor for being in constant transition, and attempts to translate the chaos of living in homelessness.
About PATH WITH ART
PATH WITH ART transforms the lives of people in recovery from homelessness, addiction, and other trauma, by harnessing the power of creative engagement as a bridge to community and a path to stability.
The event is co-presented with PATH WITH ART Seattle.
More info here
Chophouse Row Courtyard DJs are back for CHBP 2019! We’ve partnered with Capitol Hill Block Party again to bring you live DJ sets in the courtyard.
Free to the public via access from Chophouse’s entrance on 12th Avenue
SATURDAY: DOUBLE SUNRISE CLUB
SUNDAY: MOTOWN ON MONDAYS DJS
We’re partying alongside Capitol Hill Block Party, with DJs and extended bar hours all weekend long!
FRIDAY | Special DJ guests
SATURDAY | DJs Travis Gillett, J-Atone, Duh Cripe of Your Young Body
SUNDAY | Special DJ guests
Free to access via Chophouse Row entrance on 12th Ave.
Unearth. Dismantle. Transform.
These are just some of the powerful invitations we are currently being called to embrace this year and next, reflective of the Saturn/Pluto Conjunction coloring the kairos now through 2020.
In this limited attendance AstroSalon, we’ll look to gain context as to what may be arising in the collective by looking back at past alignments of Saturn and Pluto, with their conjunction occurring every 30-plus years.
*Cloud Room Members: email Didi for discount code
Thursday, June 27: They’re back! Sera Cahoone and Betsy Olson DJ sesh. 6pm
Friday, June 28: PATIO CLUB. DJ happy hour on the deck. Bring your sunnies. 6pm
Sunday, June 30: Join us in attending the 45th Annual Pride Parade! Kick off is at 4th & Union— hope to see you all there! 🏳️🌈
EVENTS IN THE COMMUNITY
On the Boards presents: An alluring, edgy, and irreverent evening of Seattle’s own queer spirit leaders and cutting edge culture warriors—selected and introduced by Mx Justin Vivian Bond. Established favorites mingle with talented newcomers in a program of variety acts including performances by Mx Bond themself. Featuring Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore, Cherdonna Shinatra, Nath Ann Carrera, and Ms. Briq House.
*Cloud Room members, email Didi for a $10 discount code.
EVENTS IN THE COMMUNITY
The Sound Table is a music-oriented showcase series aiming to bring together a collective of elite musicians, bands, and artists from all over the world into one place with the soul purpose of creating an atmosphere for both the artist and listener seeking another level of art and music.
Our first series includes:
- Isaiah Sharkey & New Black Renaissance out of Chicago; a four-piece band of internationally recognized musicians.
- Cytrus; the nine-piece powerfunk machine out of Seattle.
- Up N' Go, a five-piece Indi-Pop band from Brazil.
Come enjoy the explosive energy and sounds brought to you by some of the most elite musicians and artists around the world.
Open bar 7-8pm
EVENTS IN THE COMMUNITY
Join On The Boards on the eve of summer solstice for a benefit cabaret performance with Mx Justin Vivian Bond, featuring songs, banter, razor-sharp social commentary, and real glamour.
"The greatest cabaret performer of their generation."
–Hilton Als, The New Yorker
*Cloud Room Members: Email Didi for $10 discount code.
Daniel Alexander Jones has made a winding path within and across disciplines in his wide-ranging art practice. He is at work on a book of creative nonfiction, chronicling his journey through a series of powerful lessons learned from pivotal mentors, places, and moments in time. Resonant with the call and response of Blackness, Queerness, Experimentation, Lineage, and Transformation, the book, WAVES (A Manual for Bearing Light), offers evidence of lives lived beyond binaries and boundaries, lives that housed stark contradictions, lives full of individual epiphany and communal wisdom, and lives that embodied the work of carrying the lessons of the past to the questions of the future.
This evening, Daniel will read selections from this book in process, share stories and questions from his journey, and participate in a conversation about the intimate relationship between creative practice and personal transformation with director and UW Professor Valerie Curtis-Newton.
Reception to follow.
RSVP REQUIRED - email email@example.com to reserve your spot!
Event is free and open to the public, but space is limited!
Queeriosity Club will reunite at The Cloud Room for a nerdy dinner party. Like their original Curiosity Club, the dinner conversation will be fueled by five KUOW stories that club members will explore ahead of the dinner and two of the journalists who reported the stories will join in. For Queeriosity Club, all of the featured stories will center LGBTQ+ themes.
It's like a queer bookless book club.
If you are interested in being involved with this event, email firstname.lastname@example.org for application details.
*EVENTS IN THE COMMUNITY*
KUOW and The Fold magazine present author and activist Jodie Patterson together with transgender activist Spencer Bergstedt will explore race, gender, and the joys and challenges of raising a transgender child. KUOW's Jeannie Yandle (host of Battle Tactics for your Sexist Workplace podcast) will moderate.
Cloud Room Members: email Didi for complimentary tickets