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November 2014: Photography with mixed media by Art Institute degree candidates Leanna Karg and Emily Haun

26 Years plus at A/NT -- we have new life with a November show!

A/NT Gallery continues as the only gallery in Seattle, maybe in the US, that is all-volunteer run and accepts all artists without a membership fee, with no jury and no censorship. We no longer have an extended lease, but we continue to have a fantastic landlord -- Capitol Hill Housing (CHH).  We have a guarantee of transparency as CHH attempts to rent our current location at about 5 times our current generously low, low rent. 

Instead of moving out in November, 2014, CHH is allowing us to stay until they find a new tenant.  We are eliminating or moving all non-essential archives and other material and plan to continue at our current location (2045 Westlake Avenue) until we find a new location, hopefully in a high foot traffic area with other galleries. 

Once again we are lowering the fee for all artists from 25 dollars per piece to 10 dollars a piece for October 27th (hanging night for all new and continuing members, at 6 PM to 8:30 PM, with additional hanging opportunities all week culminating in our usual first Saturday night opening on November 1st) through November 30th.  In addition to the lower hanging price of 10 dollars per piece, for every piece in the upper two levels of our over 4,000 sq ft gallery, artists will be entitled to an additional piece that can be hung in the subterranean room (subT) for 5 dollars.  

That's right!  For November, 2014, the hanging fees will be reduced to $10 per piece (with 4 hour volunteer commitment, or $20 without volunteer commitment) for October 26 to November 30th.  In addition for each piece, a 5 dollar charge gets each artist a 2 week plus hanging in the subT (October 26 to November 12th). 

Exhibit runs: October 26-November 30th

Opening Reception: November 1, 6pm-9pm

Belltown Art Walk Reception and opening for Leanna Karg "Pain Remembered" and Emily Harris "Loneliness" (both graduating students from the Art Institute): Nov  14, 6-9pm