Soil in Residence
An exhibition and ongoing drawing project by SOIL artists

March 14 – May 28 at Seattle Design Center

Reception: April 24, 6–9pm w/ music by The Phantom Sons

Hours: Monday – Friday, 9am–5pm
SOIL members present Thursdays, 11am–4pm
Also open Saturday, April 24, 10am–9pm

Seattle Design Center (in Georgetown)
5701 Sixth Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98108
Enter the "Plaza Building" on Orcas between 5th and 6th under the skybridge. Take the elevator to the first floor main lobby. Then go to the second floor, Suite 288

SOIL Artist-Run Gallery is presently occupying 11,000 square feet of the Seattle Design Center in Georgetown. Curated by SOIL, the exhibition brings together new and old members in an expansive space that usually contains furniture. SOIL celebrates this breadth of physical space as a unique opportunity to stretch, and to collaborate in a drawing installation that will grow throughout the length of the three-month exhibition.

Participating artists:
Iole Alessandrini, Nola Avienne, Susanna Bluhm, Christopher Buening, Chris Engman, Curtis Erlinger, Cable Griffith, Ben Hirschkoff, Claire Johnson, Derrick Jefferies, Kirk Lang, Margie Livingston, Kiki MacInnis, Philip Miner, Saya Moriyasu, Nicholas Nyland, Chauney Peck, Adam Satushek, Timea Tihanyi, Joey Veltkamp, Randy Wood, Ellen Ziegler, Jennifer Zwick

About Seattle Design Center

Seattle Design Center opened its doors in 1973 to serve the region's growing affluence and appreciation for quality design and home furnishings. It is the only full-service design center in the Pacific Northwest serving professional interior designers and their clients in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Alaska and British Columbia. Nationally recognized as the premier marketplace for fine home furnishings and design services, Seattle Design Center is comprised of 45 showrooms encompassing 390,000 square feet of designer furniture, fabrics, accessories and architectural products, offices and restaurants. The design center is open to the public 9am–5pm Monday through Friday. For more information, visit