Guest Lecture SeriesAll Lectures at 7PMGage Academy of Art
, 1501 10th Ave. E, Seattle
Geo Studio, Room 304, Third Floor
Each month Gage hosts lively lectures connected to Steele Gallery
exhibitions, featuring professional artists and art historians. The public is invited to attend these events FREE of charge.
pictured: Artist Jeffrey Simmons, lecturing at Gage
Flushed: into the world of wastewater treatment,
with Stokley Towles
Friday, November 22Presented in Conjunction With the Exhibition
After we flush where does it all go? Stokley Towles
' production of Flushed: Into the World of Wastewater Treatment
is part of Brightwater
's on-going public art programming, produced by 4Culture in partnership with King County's Wastewater Treatment Division. As part of the Conveyance Project, Stokley and five other county-based artists are producing temporary artworks designed to inspire and engage the broader community in a conversation about water quality in our region, environmental stewardship and the extent of the Brightwater system.
For ten years Stokley Towles has been exploring the infrastructure of municipal systems, taking up residency within and looking closely at the environment and the people who work there. Towles has performed at conventions, art spaces, bookstores and nightclubs in New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Seattle. His work has been presented locally at the Henry Art Gallery, Greg Kucera Gallery and Seattle Art Museum, through Humanities Washington.