Open Art Studios June 22nd, 2014






Julianna Ross

(206) 245-5457




SEATTLE, WA (MAY 28) – Building 30, the newly renovated art complex in Magnuson Park, will hold a open studio June 22 from noon to 5 pm. Building 30 is located at 6310 NE 74th St. in North Seattle The public is invited and the event is free.


Building 30 artists include emerging, mid-career and established artists creating contemporary works in a variety of disciplines: photography, painting, printmaking, mixed media, installation, public art, and sculpture.


“We can’t wait to welcome everybody to the first open studios in Magnuson Park. This is a chance to meet many of the Building 30 artists, see their work and explore the park’s new arts and cultural space,” said Julianna Ross, the Executive Director of Sand Point Arts & Cultural Exchange.


Some of the Building 30 artists are: Fong Baatz Bev Byrnes, Marc Bohne, Margaret Bovington, Cheryl Brown, Elizabeth Bruno, Heather Carr, Michael Clinard, Amalia Couto, Renko Dempster, Carolyn Dunford, Joe Max Emminger, Susan Freeman, Patty Haller, Anne Marie McNamara, Sandy Miller, Jim Pridgeon, Caroline Rousseau, Ellen Rutledge, Alicia Schujman, Vicki Scuri, Jim Scurlock, Denise Shaffer, Ann-Marie Stillion.


Building 30 Open Studios offer a chance for the public to engage and enjoy the artist and their works. In many cases patrons may be able purchase artworks directly from the artist.


The City of Seattle recently completed a $9 million renovation of the art complex known as Building 30 on the west side of 6310 74th St. A former 1938 U.S. Navy building and airplane hangar, it provides a vibrant arts and cultural hub within Magnuson Park and the Sandpoint neighborhood. Artists moved into the building in the fall of 2013 and the June 22 is the inaugural event for an ongoing calendar of events.


For more information, call (206) 245-5457 or visit