‘Lettuce 253’ brings the magic of art making to TAM


“Lettuce Part 9” comes to the fabled halls of the Tacoma Art Museum the evening of May 25. In collaboration with the TAM, Lettuce artists will be showcased at their “Unframed” series. Feel the electricity of art as it is being made. Experience “Lettuce 253,” an innovative live art event, featuring local artists as they create using various mediums. Watch the artists, meet the creators, make art and meet new friends. DJ Jayme Dollface Fisher will be spinning vinyl records to get you grooving. Enjoy a cash bar and happy hour bites at TAM Cafe. Come curious, leave inspired.

The cost is $10 ($5 members/students with ID). You can purchase at 2513a.blackbaudhosting.com/2513a/Unframed-Fourth-Fridays-25May2018.

As a playful pun, “Lettuce” is the beginning of a wonderful sentence like “Let Us Create!” or “Let Us Connect!” Lettuce is a business devoted to building community in Tacoma by organizing and hosting unique events showcasing live art. Founder Monique Simkova brings a range of complementary talents and experience to the undertaking. Their aim is to provide an experience in which people feel a sense of belonging in the artists’ community, encourage a positive environment through valuing the dignity and respect of everyone and helping people remember how good it feels to create.

Live artists for the May 25 edition of “Lettuce” will be: Lourdes Jackson (www.bristellegalerie.com); Kellie Patrice (brownbetty253.com) and Glory Cancro (glorycancro.wordpress.com).

For information, visit www.lettuce253.com or www.facebook.com/events/325531644639536.

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