The Grocery does not currently have regular hours or events, but we do host pop-up art sales, happenings and performances.
See upcoming events on our events calendar
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Past events include:
Creative Commons Film Night curated by Omar Willey, April 28 2018
Presented by The Seattle Star and Puget Sound Cinema Society
The Academy of Reason & Wonder Inquiry No. 3: CATS vs. DOGS, April 21 2018
With Zack Davisson and Ivan Schnieder
Kristina Dillard’s Work in Progress: The Literary Dances, March 25 and 26, 2018
The Academy of Reason & Wonder Inquiry No. 2: Story : History : Herstory, Mar 4 2018
With Tessa Hulls and Johan Liedgren
The Academy of Reason & Wonder Inquiry No. 1: Life Without Us, February 11 2018
With Kirsten Anderson and Jed Dunkerley
Petra Zanki: Ephemerals, November 11-12 2017
Christian French: Awaken the Dead to the Dreams of the Living, November 4-5 2017
Not Séance, Science: Uncovering the spirits of the living, October 28 2017
An evening of improvised jazz music and visuals appropriate to the season. Underworld Alchemy is Sarah Manning – alto saxophone, Briggan Krauss – electric guitar, Dylan van der Schyff – drums
Live visuals by Janet Galore.
Clack, rap, knock of the drums. They are here.
Rumble, shudder, guitar. They will speak.
Wail, mutter, saxophone. See the invisible. Hear the inaudible.
Improvised music conjuring wave functions on the continuum.
When the quantum waves collapse around you, who will you be?
Degenerate Art Ensemble and Mizu Desierto, September 23-24 2017
Mizu Desierto presents Matriarch, a dance and film meditation on death and dying, forgotten and future lineages, the andro-gene and bees. Sometimes only through the loss of the matriarch, can we realize that we must become our own queen.
Degenerate Art Ensemble presents Diphylleia Grayi (Skeleton Flower), a fantastical, semi-autobiographical exploration of a creative person’s struggle with depression, identity and and the awakening of feminine power where healing and transformation are fueled by the secret medicine of fairy tales. The work is an immersive stage performance weaving together live music and song, visceral solo dance and storytelling ritual. Haruko Crow Nishimura and Joshua Kohl performed the live music, dance and song elements in this rare, raw and intimate performance setting.
Studies Show: Reality is Mutable, September 8-10, 16-17, 2017
A projection-mapped installation and a cinematic virtual reality experience by artist/software developer Jacob Fennell, combining spherical video and a multi-path science fiction story. Shot entirely in Seattle using a custom camera developed by Fennell, goggle-wearing participants become the main character in an experience where they are zapped into a strange but familiar world, where they have their fortune told in Volunteer Park, tour a spiritually possessed Georgetown Steam Plant, float through the arboretum in a kayak, and more.
Seattle Code Camp: Games and Robots, July 31-August 4 2017
A week-long, day camp for youth 8-11, a mash-up of programming digital games and robots. Students practice computer programming with MIT’s Scratch and Wonder Workshop Robots. Conducted by TechVenture and hosted by The Grocery.
Seattle Code Camp: A Minecraft Mash-Up, July 14 -21 2017
A week-long, day camp for youth 8-11 to learn how to program Mods and build electronics in a Minecraft world. Conducted by TechVenture and hosted by The Grocery.
Serenades for Science, May 20 2017
An evening of music and short film in appreciation of science. A refreshing tonic for times when the truth is surprisingly fragile. With Gods of Silicon (Jed Dunkerley and Jason Puccinelli), Oh, Boy (Kendal Tull-Esterbrook), and short films by Tim Marsden, Kim Collmer, and Janet Galore.
Student of the Radio, March 10 2017
An evening of popular music covers, as interpreted by Lori Goldston & Chris Brokaw, and The Murkies (Kyle Hanson) with Angelina Baldoz. Projected visuals by Janet Galore.
Art Estate Sale: From the Collection of Arthur S. Aubry, January 15 2017
A one-day art exhibition and sale of artworks collected by noted photographer and friend, Arthur S. Aubry. Hosted by Gloria DeArcangelis, the exhibition nearly sold out within an hour–a testament to Arthur’s great eye and the love of the community for him and the artists he collected.
The evening concluded by hermetically sealing the experience into glass vials to capture the moment.
“HELLO FROM EARTH” Photographs by Elliot Liedgren, August 13-14 2016
Ruby Lindsay: New Works, March 26 2016
Vintage and Artist-Made Tiles by Laura Brodax: January 30-31 2016