Tues/Wed/Thurs & Sunday: 4pm-12am
Happy Hour Specials: 4-7 daily
$3 Washington Wine
$3 Well drinks!
$2 Rainier Tall Cans
FACEBOOK FAN PAGE
Our Mission Showcasing dedicated, professional artists, Vermillion offers art, wine, beer, cocktails, and a daily seasonal menu in a unique, comforting setting. Located in the bustling Pike/Pine corridor and part of a new concept of hybrid gallery spaces, we offer the culture and appeal of an art opening every night without the crushing crowds.
Nick Bartoletti (Seattle)
Spencer Bewley (NewYork)
Laura Cassidy (Seattle)
Grady Gordon (Oakland)
Izzie Klingels (Seattle)
Amanda Manitach (Seattle)
Jeffrey Meyer (Bellingham)
Christian J Petersen & Dro Carey (Seattle)
Conny Prantera (London)
Ryan Riss (Denver)
(Curated by Izzie Klingels)
OPENING Thursday, April 11, 2013, 6-9pm. FREE
(show runs through May 11, 2013)
Blitz! Second Thursday Artswalk is
April 11, 2013.
Penetration will provide music/visuals in the bar from 9-11pm.
Night Terrors explores the relationship between creativity and terror through abnormal and unnatural behaviour in the night. Whether through sleep deprivation or a subconscious dream state, violent thoughts and dark urges grip us in the middle of the night and manifest themselves.
Nightmares, parasomnia, incubi, succubi, somnambulism, insomnia, hallucinations, malignant spirits, dystopian visions, dark places and nocturnal emissions. This show, curated by Izzie Klingels, exhibits works by artists from New York, London, Oakland, Bellingham, Denver and Seattle.
A fanzine will accompany the show featuring original writing by Laura Cassidy, Graham Bendel, Dina Seiden, Elissa Ball, Conny Prantera and Kara McMullen.
Nick Bartoletti (Seattle) http://www.youtube.com/user/barto9
Spencer Bewley (New York) https://www.facebook.com/Reelloopy
Laura Cassidy (Seattle) http://fireexpressesitselfwithfire.tumblr.com/
Grady Gordon (Oakland) http://gradygordon.com/
Izzie Klingels (Seattle) http://www.izzieklingels.com/
Amanda Manitach (Seattle) http://www.amandamanitach.com/
Jeffrey Meyer (Bellingham) http://goofbutton.tumblr.com/
Christian J Petersen (Seattle) http://vimeo.com/christianjpetersen
Conny Prantera (London) http://connyprantera.blogspot.com/
Ryan Riss (Denver) http://www.craptical.com/
Contact: [email protected] / [email protected]
Friday 12/14/12: (((THE JAM))) Late 80's early 90's HIP HOP. 2nd FRIDAYS!
Just the best of the best from thebest era.. Featuring SPECS WIZARD, A.MADMAN, and ABLE ONE playing the jams with special live MPC/Skratch sets in-between! Featuring THE JAMCREW:SPECS WIZARD - been putting in work since 1979 on this NW hip hop stuff son! Respect due.. http://specswizard.bandcamp.com/
A.MADMAN - A pillar of the fuckin community! Madman's been holding it down at LoFi's Stop Biting for years.. He's nice with his hands and he's got Cognac in his cup! http://absolutemadman.com/ABLE ONE - The Elefather to the Elefaders, Able has been living on stages in the SEA and beyond since 1999.. a Renaissance b-boy since 1989.. A true turntable explorer with roots so deep...http://kshtradio.com/
9pm | 21+ | FREE
FACEBOOK EVENT: https://www.facebook.com/events/259656197505348/
4/14/13 The Engendering Project. 5-7pm. FREE
The Engendering Project: an artist presentation/performance
Butoh artist Joan Laage with Okumura (video/photography) and Jackie An (music)
In The Engendering Project, director/performer Joan Laage (Kogut Butoh) researches how
gender fluidity and transformation have continued to shape her work over the past two
decades. Join Joan and her collaborators in a presentation/performance of their process
towards creating a full production at Velocity Dance Center in October 2013. The event includes
refreshments and artist/audience Q & A.
The Engendering Project is supported in part by the CityArtist Projects 2013, City of Seattle
Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs
Joan Laage (Kogut Butoh)
4/14/13 MTNS Return Tour Show. 8pm FREE
4/16/13 John Boylan's Conversation: Topic -Trash. 7pm FREE
This roundtable conversation series happens at Vermillion, an art gallery, bar, and neighborhood gathering place at 1508 11th Ave, Seattle (http://www.vermillionseattle.com/). For more information on the series, call John Boylan at 206-601-9848. If you want to link to this announcement, you can do so at http://boylanconversation.wordpress.com/
A history of the conversations is available at http://boylanconversation.wordpress.com/2012/08/15/a-brief-history-of-the-conversations/
For our next conversation, we’ll be talking trash. No, not that kind of talking trash. We’ll be looking at the ubiquitous stuff that we generate every day.
Robin Worley, artist, designer, activist
Julia Hensley, artist, teacher
More guests are in the works
GO HERE FOR DETAILS: http://boylanconversation.wordpress.com/
4/17/13 The Breadline. 7-10pm. FREE
Breadline is a tri-curated monthly performance series on Capitol Hill in Seattle that ambitiously attempts to create provocative, meaningful dialogue between poets, prose writers, musicians, and visual/video artists every third Wednesday from 7-10pm at the Vermillion art gallery / wine bar. bread is life. so is performance. we nourish the artistic hunger, satisfy the craving for an engaging aesthetics. artists tend to be broke; we ask only for donations.
Back home featuring:
Brian McGuiganChris DusterhoffLou-Lou HernandezMichael ScheinOpen mic to follow. All ages.Free. Everywhere.Google Hangout-https://plus.google.com/u/0/events/ch7tfvmnv3s1q8v08f184seb64g
4/18/13 T(our) Magazine April Reading Party.
4/19/13 Made Like A Tree Progressive DJ night. 9pm. FREE.
4/20/13 Pad Pusher Showcase Vol.6
The 6th installment of the monthly producer showcase hosted by Lo-Flydelity records every third saturday of the month, "Padpusher vol.6" will include producer sets from: Oc Notes, WIZDUMB, Vaughnilla, Specs-One, Diogenes. And DJ Able on the ones and twos.
Pad Pushers use samplers and drum machines to manipulate samples that they have created from every imaginable source (ambient noise, musical instruments, vinyl recordings, etc...) and make beats that are either pre-programmed or in real time where the pads on the sampler replicate a drum kit. The music is performed live in an improvised manner which creates a unique performance and is sometimes accompanied by live vocals. The style of music can have many different manifestations - anything from hip hop to ambient or dance. Basically its like making a live aural collage.
FACEBOOK EVENT: https://www.facebook.com/events/358513397586449/
4/25/13 Movable Type: Literary Mixer. 7:30pm FREE
Movable Type is hosting a literary mixer at Vermillion to spotlight the work of Literacy Source—a local nonprofit that has provided adult literacy services since 1986.Like all the best ideas, this one is simple: bring your favorite book, have your favorite drink, and meet people who’ll make your evening great.