Posts from the ‘Events’ Category

Vancouver Fashion Week 2012 March 23rd Pictures

We attended the Vancouver Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2012 collection Friday March 23rd at The Chinese Cultural Center. It was a great night of fashion. The runway was buzzing with host of fantastic ensembles. Here are a few pictures of two of my favorite collections of the night. For more information and links on Vancouver Fashion please visit the VFW blog.

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Pictures taken by Georgia Esporlas

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Dylan Neuwirth ‘The Celebration’

I first saw Dylan Neuwirth’s art work at a fashion event downtown Seattle. I was so intrigued by his work I kept in contact. After a quick chat I went to check out his new body of work ‘The Celebration’, at his studio in Ballard. What I found was a gallery of large scale neon work, one small scale photographic print, and small to mid-size sculptures. Visually was exciting to the eyes but what was most interesting was the meaning behind all of his art work. He described he art as “What happens after the event or big the social gathering” and “the identity through the expectation, experience and nostalgia”. Being a person who goes to quite a few social gathering everything became clear! I’ve seen this before before but never captured in this way. The this is creative! This is electric! This is art!

If you are a person who checks out galleries or even a person who goes to events you can relate to Dylan’s art work. You can view more of his work on his tumblr page. Private viewing upon request. Regular studio open hours to begin in May and the year’s calendar will be announced soon. Follow him on twitter.

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Foodportunity 2012

Did you go to Foodportunity? If you didn’t know Foodportunity, is one of Seattle’s premier networking food events. At Foodportunity 2012 guests sampled bites from Tom Douglas Restaurants, Local 360, Il Corvo Pasta, The Metropolitan Market, Beecher’s and more. One of the best parts of this events is when you actually talk to some one the chefs from these fine establishments. A couple of my favorite dishes were Ilfornaio’s panino vegetariano and Metropolitan Market’s Mac and cheese. Here are some snap shots taken from the event.

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Project Red Dress 2012

Project Red Dress is coming this week. Are you ready? It’s not only great fashion show to inspire, create, challenge, it’s an opportunity to raise money for the American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women movement. Taking its cue from TV’s Project Runway, each of the twelve contestant’s create their vision in red. The event culminates with a gala fashion show at the Spanish Ballroom the Fairmont Olympic Hotel.

Purchase Tickets: Brown Paper Tickets

Helloindo first anniversary party

This is the first VNT post of the 2012 year but it’s a good one. HelloIndo Magazine x IFOURDS Media x Kollaboration are presenting their first year anniversary concert this Saturday January 28th at the King Cat Theater. Presenting acts include: youtube Sensations: Joseph Vincent and Cathy Nguyen, American Idol finalist Andrew Garcia. This concert also features up and coming bands: New Heights Lions Ambition and Miss Teen Asia USA: Meeghan Henry. Hosted by: Joey Guilla Guest Feat: DJ SPAM I AM. I’ve heard VIP tickets are sold out but gerenal admission is still available so get your tickets now! Tickets are available at www.brownpapertickets.com

FORME: “Exploring Fashion’s Borders” Pictures

The FORME: “Exploring Fashion’s Borders” fashion show was such a unique experience you had to be there to feel the excitement and buzz surrounding it. This fashion show boasted musical performances, fantastic south asian fashion and a outstanding after party! Rumor has it there may be another show the end of next years first quarter. Shhh… don’t tell anyone! Here are pictures provide by Georgia Esporlas photography

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More Forme Fashion links include:http://aartifiit.wordpress.com/2011/11/13/forme-exploring-fashions-borders/

Seattle Rock Orchestra Presents Original Works with Local Artists

In a departure from it’s better known tribute show traditions, Seattle Rock Orchestra is teaming up with a host of local musicians to present original, small-ensemble works.

Join Seattle Rock Orchestra at Chop Suey this Thursday, November 17 as they scale down from a 50-piece orchestra to groups of four or five to explore the intimate art of chamber music.

Featuring songs from local artists like Jen Wood, Chris Cunningham of Ravenna Woods, Kaylee Cole, Kris Orlowski & the Passenger String Quartet, Benjamin Verdoes of Mt. St. Helen’s Vietnam Band and James Lanman of the Good Hurt. Get your tickets here.