Wed, Apr 12|
THE HISTORICAL RECORD
Tessa Hulls shares how the question of what an artist owes the broader world transformed her creative practice, causing her to abandon a successful career as a painter to become a genre-defying polymath using the historical record to illuminate how the present holds the wounds of the past.
Time & Location
Apr 12, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
Flow Shala, Lower Level, 203 W Chestnut St, Bellingham, WA 98225, USA
About the event
Tessa is a compulsive genre hopper who has worked in various capacities as an illustrator, lecturer, cartoonist, editor, interviewer, historian, writer, performer, chef, muralist, conductor of social experiments, painter, bicycle mechanic, teacher, and researcher for organizations including The Washington Post, The Henry Art Gallery, The Rumpus, On the Boards, The Seattle Art Museum, Atlas Obscura, Microsoft Research, and others.
Featured LIVE ARTIST: Christopher Hartshorne
This event is FREE and open to anyone who believes in supporting a creative, positive, equitable, and beautifully designed community. Limited space, the first 70 guests to RSVP will be admitted. Please be safe and respect each other's personal space. The venue has HEPA-approved air filters and open windows. Masks are optional and please don't attend if you are sick.
- Doors open 6:30pm - connect, share, and inspire guests at the Karma Bar
- Show begins at 7:00pm sharp