Events around Greenwood Space Travel Supply Co.

Real Salt Lake vs. Sporting Kansas City At Rio Tinto Stadium
Sport

Real Salt Lake vs. Sporting Kansas City At Rio Tinto Stadium

Sunday 2:00pm (22 October)
Rio Tinto Stadium, Sandy

Tambour beading & Embellishment Seattle workshop
Workshop

Tambour beading & Embellishment Seattle workshop

Saturday 10:00am (28 October)
Made Sewing Studio, Seattle

Solo Performance Month! [First Two Weeks]
Theater

Solo Performance Month! [First Two Weeks]

Thursday 7:00pm (19 October)
The Pocket Theater, Seattle

Seattle Parks Talk & Photo Slideshow
Fitness

Seattle Parks Talk & Photo Slideshow

Tuesday 11:00am (06 February)
Greenwood Senior Center, Seattle

Samhain Ritual w/ Cascadia Grove

Samhain Ritual w/ Cascadia Grove

Sunday 3:00pm (29 October)
The Cunning Crow Apothecary, Seattle

Entering The Labyrinth: Fundamentals of Modern Paganism
Religion

Entering The Labyrinth: Fundamentals of Modern Paganism

Saturday 1:00pm (04 November)
The Cunning Crow Apothecary, Seattle

American Herbalist Guild (AHG) Case Histories Round Table

American Herbalist Guild (AHG) Case Histories Round Table

Monday 7:00pm (23 October)
The Cunning Crow Apothecary, Seattle

Magic Elixir Craft: Astrology & Plant Magic Workshop
Workshop

Magic Elixir Craft: Astrology & Plant Magic Workshop

Monday 7:00pm (30 October)
The Cunning Crow Apothecary, Seattle


Doug Newman at Greenwood Space Travel Supply

Doug Newman at Greenwood Space Travel Supply


When?

Start time: Friday 6:00pm (13 October)
End time: Friday 10:00pm (13 October)

Where?

Greenwood Space Travel Supply Co.
8414 Greenwood Ave N, Seattle
Art

About

Doug Newman is a photographer and among the creators of Free Witch Quarterly. For GSTS's October art walk, he's going to show a 30-minute slide show of 600 of his photos set to music you wil almost certainly like. The show is a work in progress, including some photos up to 15 years old and some taken as recently as two weeks ago. He calls the version he'll show at GSTS "And These are the Days of Our Lives."

Bio:
I always take pictures in the present moment, informal portraits of the people that are apart of my life and the things I am inspired to remember. As I look over my work from the last 10, 13, 15 years I can see all the moments in the present creating this sacred document of the past. I didn't know that Capital Hill was gonna get torn apart, that the Cha Cha would move across town, or that The Jade Pagoda would become The Bait Shop, that my boyfriend would grow up in my photographs, that I would grow older, that my friends would, move away and some pass on never to return, that bands would start, break up and new bands would start, and that couples would do the same. That my dear friend Vanessa would lose most of her belongings to a house fire and I would hold her memories in my photographs for her because her tangible ones are now gone. I didn't know that all these 10,000 clicks in the present moment we're creating this portrait of a community for the future that is now becoming the past. I didn't know that I would come from Cochranton, Pennsylvania to Seattle to make this, but I did and it's exactly what I didn't know that I wanted to do. Love, Doug