A MONTH OF WEEK-LONG EXHIBITS IN DOWNTOWN OLY >>>
A gallery with free exhibitions, performances, panel discussions and live music at a space downtown is a noteworthy development - even if it's a temporary gallery. That's what the Olympia Arts Perspective is offering this month in a vacant storefront on State Avenue.
My first question: What's the Olympia Arts Perspective?
The answer, it turns out, is artist Lindsay Tunkl of Olympia.
"I got offered the use of a space downtown for a really good price for the month of April," says Tunkl, "so I decided to try to do something really cool with it. I'm not incorporated or anything like that."
The result: Variables, a month of week-long exhibits showcasing little-known artists - some local, some regional and some from across the country. Receptions every Friday night will include performance art, live music and a chance to meet the artists.
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A month of free exhibits, performance art and discussions
April 1-30, free
112 State Ave. NE, Olympia
Receptions: Fridays in April, 6 - 10 p.m.
Gallery hours: Noon - 6 p.m. Wednesdays-Sundays in April