Seattle Office of Film + Music


NANCY GUPPY TOURS EMP’S NEW NIRVANA EXHIBIT IN THIS WEEK’S ALL-NEW “ARTZONE”
April 7, 2011, 9:34 am
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Seattle Channel
This Friday’s episode of ArtZone with Nancy Guppy “takes punk to the masses,” and then some with an exclusive preview of EMP’s hugely-anticipated Nirvana exhibition, which debuts April 16. Also featured in this week’s episode: A look at Seattle scribe John Longenbaum’s new play about the infamous Lusty Lady; an in-studio excerpt of the Intiman Theatre’s “All My Sons”; an Interview with local nature photog Paul Bannick and his new Burke Museum Exhibit, “The Owl and the Woodpecker”; and a calendar mention of Northwest Film Forum’s “Summer Filmmaking Camps for Kids and Teens.” Nancy will also present Vincent Kitch, the new director of the Seattle Office of Arts and Cultural Affairs, with a “Welcome to Seattle” gift basket. ArtZone airs every Friday on Seattle Channel (Channel 21) at 8:00 pm, and is also streaming and podcasting. For more information, visit the above link.

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