10-Week Illustrator Course: Seattle Audience

10-Week Illustrator Course

We're finally opening up the list for the live Seattle audience for our 10-Week Illustrator Course.

Audience members get to participate live and in-person, as well as donuts and coffee.

There are a limited number of slots, so only sign-up if you can participate in all 10-weeks of this course.


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For Tchaikovsky's Sake: Why Does Seattle Have So Many Goddamned Nutcrackers?

Thanks to the fact that Seattle is the arts-minded city that it is, we're not surprised that dance is omnipresent, and of course where there's dance ... is a more inclusive experience for the audience. We also perform in a …

TheStranger.com • By Brendan Kiley • 12/16/2014

Maurice Sendak remembered for more than his children's books in Seattle

He's a writer and an illustrator ... said Stowell. "Of course we were all thrilled with it." The Stowell-Sendack Nutcracker premiered in 1983. In its first season, it broke all PNB's box office records, with 99 percent audience attendance at 26 shows.

MYNorthwest.com • 5/8/2012

Book Review: Abarat: Absolute Midnight by Clive Barker

The sexual themes and visceral gore have of course ... this younger audience. The story Abarat began nearly 10 years ago, when Clive Barker first let us into his new dream. Not only an author, he is also an accomplished painter and illustrator notorious ...

Seattle Post Intelligencer • 5/17/2012

Teatro ZinZanni sets up a tent and fills it with elegant chaos

As the outré Euro-style dinner-theater called Teatro ZinZanni parks its vintage 1910 Belgian ... on the lawn beside the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall affords the Seattle-based organization access to luxe restaurant support from Leatherby's ...

Los Angeles Times • 10/21/2012

Evolution Book For Young Children: Grandmother Fish

It isn’t really true, of course, that this was his ... I know it is hard to find good books about evolution for kids, and it is even harder to find a book for really young kids. A book needs to be written for the audience, engaging, entertaining, and ...

ScienceBlogs • 6/28/2014

Getting real with 'Strip Search'

built up a staff of about ten and an audience of 3.5 million, and become, in Time’s opinion, “the tastemakers, and conscience, of an industry the size of Hollywood.” Their newest project is Strip Search: an online reality game show about webcomic ...

Philadelphia Daily News • 5/21/2013

The Wrongs of Spring

The author-illustrator of Root Children was Sibylle von Olfers ... Stravinsky's "The Rite of Spring" is also about a rape. The audience rioted when it premiered in 1913, not because of the rape, which was, as art so often likes to make it, "discreet ...

The Stranger • By Rebecca Brown • 3/6/2014

Bikram Choudhury & Greg Gumucio Are Hot Over Yoga

The 10-week courses (which ... solid for five years. Gumucio helped with teacher training and speaking engagements. The men vacationed together and stayed in each other's homes. Gumucio would go on to open four studios in Seattle, but none were called ...

Seattle Weekly • By Rebecca Moss • 7/18/2012

Cooking with graphics

This is the beginning of a two-part feature on Digital Kitchen (DK), an innovative, transmedia design company with offices in Seattle, Los Angeles ... and a group of employees taught a 10-week course two years ago. Gould said she’s incorporated website ...

The Daily • 5/22/2012

Seattle artist unveils 7-foot pen — and yes, it works

Of course, it wasn’t just any old pen. Seattle ... his audience. The mechanics of operating the pen — from how much ink is applied from the bucket-sized inkwell to how it’s guided along the paper — is new to Woodring, who has worked as an ...

Seattle Post Intelligencer • By Amy Rolph • 1/9/2011