Artists-in-Residence Works in Progress: Too Much or Not Enough Mar 14, 2019
$10 • Get Tickets The Studio Theater
New with the 18/19 season, our Artists-in-Residence program supports Northwest-based artists whose work reflects the vibrancy of our region's artistic landscape. The residency provides support for the development of new work and supports connections between the artists in the cohort. Learn more about the program
Too Much or Not Enough
Thurs, Mar 14, 6:30 pm
Join 18/19 Artist-in-Residence Markeith Wiley for Too Much or Not Enough, a conversation surrounding the topics of safe spaces, audience participation vs audience engagement, and a how-to-guide on viewing contemporary art in the millennial age, featuring a guest panel of local artists.
Sat, Mar 16, 2:00 pm: Work in Progress Showing by Artists-in-Residence Heather Kravas & Victoria Haven
18/19 Artists-in-Residence Heather Kravas and Victorial Haven present an excerpt of their ongoing collaboration, solid objects. Learn more
Sat, Mar 16, 3:30 pm: Work in Progress Showing by Artist-in-Residence Pat Graney
18/19 Artist-in-ResidencePat Graney presents an excerpt her current project, ATTIC. Learn more
About Artist-in-Residence Markeith Wiley
California native Markeith Wiley is a multi-dimensional art maker, who creates out of necessity. His vast movement vocabulary spans a lifetime of influences. As of late this anti-social extrovert dabbles in dance, sound, theater, a combo of all three or none of the above. Wiley has been an arts educator in Seattle for a while now. When they are not in the studio you can find Markeith at Rainier Dance Center in Rainier Beach or on Capitol Hill as a managing artist director at Studio Current or choreographing with both Seattle Children’s Theatre & 5th Avenue Theatre.
Markeith holds a BFA in Dance from Cornish College of the Arts and has performed or collaborated with too many national/international artist to name. In the evenings Wiley hosts a DJ event at Vermillion Art Gallery & Bar with fellow music enthusiast Alice Gosti and has started a monthly performance party at Studio Current called SC Sessions. Wiley was a member of the 2014 City Arts Future List & also graced the cover of the magazine in 2016.
Photo credit: Jazzy Photo