Pratt Fine Art Center - Artbridge Fellowship by Juliana Kang Robinson

 Day one of the Artbridge Fellowship at Pratt!  I now have access to the Printmaking studio and facilities so I can get busy on revisiting screen printing and monotypes.  Today, the very knowledgeable and kind Print studio manager Rickie gave me a tutorial on the photo exposing unit to burn my screens.  I’ll be able to return this week to pull my first print in years!

Day one of the Artbridge Fellowship at Pratt! I now have access to the Printmaking studio and facilities so I can get busy on revisiting screen printing and monotypes. Today, the very knowledgeable and kind Print studio manager Rickie gave me a tutorial on the photo exposing unit to burn my screens. I’ll be able to return this week to pull my first print in years!

Pojagi Unity Flags Installation at Seattle Center by Juliana Kang Robinson

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This week we installed the Pojagi Unity Flags on the colonnade between the Cornish Playhouse and PNW Ballet building at the Seattle Center.  The rigging crew is just starting the installation by tying on the center string of flags for placement.  The ends were secured onto a clear plastic tubing with wire.

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 The hard working rigging crew, John and Meynard, are here installing the last set of flags!  Long day but it didn't get nearly as hot as I thought it might.  And we were done in time for dinner!  

The hard working rigging crew, John and Meynard, are here installing the last set of flags!  Long day but it didn't get nearly as hot as I thought it might.  And we were done in time for dinner!  

COCA's UnContained Artist Residency by Juliana Kang Robinson

Day one of COCA's UNcontained artist residency located in shipping containers placed in lower Queen Anne.  Getting excited planning the installation that will take place inside the shipping container.  For now, it's really just a blank slate and really couldn't be in a better location, across from the Seattle Ballet.  Looking forward to "filling" up the space with a new mound installation entitled "Han San," Korean for One Mountain.

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http://cocaseattle.org/exhibitions/storefronts-uncontained

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Finished installation just in time for the open house.  I was able to reuse the gold shells from a previous installation for Storefronts.  The "curtain" is held up using powerful magnets since we couldn't use any hardware on the shipping containers.