Home to over 185,000 square feet of art and craftwork space, the Equinox Studios is home to our Gage Georgetown campus where we host three ateliers, weekly classes, regular open studios for drop-in and monthly lectures and exhibitions. Come and be influenced by metalwork, light design, and artisan food and drink makers while cultivating your art in funky Georgetown.

Here’s what Gage Georgetown currently offers.

Ateliers

Flack Atelier

The Flack Atelier is designed for students who want to study core drawing fundamentals and techniques with master artist Geoff Flack. All levels welcome!

Georgetown Atelier

The Georgetown Atelier offers intensive programs in classical drawing, classical painting and digital painting.

Trowbridge Atelier

The Trowbridge Atelier is a multi-year, part-time program, that focuses on developing an understanding of color and the method of color-blocking, wherein color is the primary building block for constructing images.

Classes

Getting Started in Drawing – James Cicatko
Tuesday | 9/12-11/14 | 6:30-9:30 P.M.

Learn the key concepts and artistic principles to accurately render line, shape, proportion and negative space.

Comics: Storytelling With Sequential Art – Gus Storms
Wednesday | 9/13-11/15 | 6:00 – 9:00 P.M.

Learn the artistic components of comic-craft, focusing on the language, tools, and practice of sequential storytelling.

Learn to Illustrate – Edie Everette
Thursday | 9/14-11/16 | 6:00 – 9:00 P.M.

Gain conceptual chops and problem-solving skills for visual storytelling.

Illustration Program – Brian Snoddy
Wednesday | 9/20-11/22 | 6:00 – 9:00 P.M.

The Illustration Program teaches how to create realistic imagery from the ground up.

Open Studios

9/19-11/21

Tuesday

6:00-9:00pm Long Pose
Studio A

Lectures

Gage Georgetown Calling | Art Lecture Series With Emily Pothast

Third Thursday, September 21 Hilma Af Klint and the Birth of Abstraction

Location

Gage Georgetown at Equinox Studios
6520 5th Ave S., Seattle 98108
Studios A & B

Questions? Contact Olivia Beaufait