Climate Change. Climate Crisis. Climate Emergency.
Whatever we choose to call it, it’s something that’s captured our hearts and minds, as our individual and collective attention turns to the existential threat that it is posing.
In this small group gathering, we’ll come together around the farm tables at The Cloud Room, sharing in a facilitated conversation. Whether you’re moved to share the overwhelm or confusion you’re feeling, ideas on how to galvanize awareness, issues you’re facing with discussing the climate with your children, simple steps for reducing carbon footprint or anything else that’s arising within, The Climate Talks will provide you with a safe space to do so.
Stop by Chophouse Row every month during Capitol Hill Art Walk and Pop Up for live music, artwork, and food + drink specials!
Art vendors will be featured in the CLOUD MEZZ on floor 1M this month!
ALSO DON'T MISS:
Art reception featuring original works by Chris Holt at The Cloud Room.
cuniform is back and bringing you clothes for when you need get down and get C-O-Z-Y. Think beautiful cashmere sweaters and perfect, yet effortless coats. Also boots! And as always, our non-boring staples, hand-picked to make getting dressed easy squeezy, from lines, such as:
Rachel Comey, Acne Studios, Isabel Marant Etoile, Giada Forte, Joseph, Eileen Fisher, Raquel Allegra, The Great, Marni, Eckhaus Latta
In collaboration with Patrick Moore and Thomas Goldstein, you are invited to Tailor Cooperative’s first Seattle Trunk Show at The Cloud Room.
Enjoy live music, small bites, and personalized fittings with clothiers specializing in custom suiting, sport coats, dress shirts, and made-to-measure denim. Purchase not required.
Join us for one final evening on one of our favorite rooftop patios! This is the last Seattle Patio Club event for 2019, so come gather for one last burst of good vibes, nice conversations, beautiful views, and mellow tunes courtesy of Seattle's premier patio DJ.
with special guest:
Alex Carrabba (Rabba)
Opera On Tap returns to Capitol Hill with a brand new space - Chophouse Row (Courtyard)! Come early to grab a front row seat, or outdoor seating at nearby restaurants Good Weather, Bar Ferdinand, or a pre-performance opera themed cocktail at Marmite.
Performers On Tap:
Melissa Plagemann, mezzo & host
Jennifer Bromagen, soprano
Sarah Fletcher, soprano
Ksenia Popova, soprano
Rachelle Moss, contralto
Matthew Habib, tenor (special guest!)
Robert McPherson, tenor
Ryan Bede, baritone
Jay Rozendaal, piano
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!
*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