Yes, we're now open 5 days a week. Stop in on Wednesdays 1pm - 6pm to meet the newest addition to the Push/Pull family, Megan M.
Megan comes to us from Florida and we're so excited and lucky to have her on our team.
See you on Wednesdays! Please wear masks and get vaccinated if you can so we can get back to our full schedule and welcome events back.
It's that time of year again, Give Big is here. Give Big is an annual fundraising time for Washington state nonprofits to focus our campaign efforts, leaving us to spend the rest of the year to concentrate on our mission of providing free arts programming.
This year our campaign goal grew as we added Greater Ballard Arts and Ballard Night Out (currently Ballard Night In) to our programming. These community programs support free promotional tools, events, and marketing for the arts community in Ballard.
With the addition of GBA and BNO, Push/Pull has taken the role of a leader in the arts community. But we can't do it without your help!
You can help us reach our fundraising goals at https://www.givebigwa.org/pushpull.
Wondering where your money goes?
$15 = one Summer Camp teen art kit
$60 = one online teen art session (2 hours)
$25 = artist stipend for Ballard Night In
$125 = print monthly maps for Ballard Night Out
$200 = print art books for Teen Art Program
$500 = a week of summer camp online for teens
$650 = a week of in-person summer camp
Every donation goes to supporting artists - from professional creators to teenage cartoonists. Focusing our fundraising once a year helps us to support artists, students, and neighbors for the rest of the year.
Free coloring page from Sarah Maloney of our mascot, Agatha. Color it in digitally or with your favorite art media and tag us on social media.
"Thank you so much for the support. It's wild that a gallery that I literally dreamed up has grown to be such a big part of the arts community in Seattle. And that we now support not just local artists, but hundreds of artists from all over the world. That being said, 2020 has been a rough year. And I'm definitely missing our annual anniversary party where I get to celebrate with all of you. We've been lucky to negotiate our rent down to a point where we can exist, but there are other expenses we are struggling to cover. You can help keep us around in a variety of ways below.
Wear your masks, stay at home, and we'll hope for an 8 year celebration with all of you."
We are so excited to be celebrating our seven year anniversary, and we have YOU to thank! Want to help keep the magic alive? Check out the exciting options listed here.
Please feel free to download and print! If you have protest art you want to share with the world, let us know and we'll help get it out into the world. Featured art is from Julia Wald, follow her on Instagram at @whereswaldart
We're happy to announce the we are open for you to visit. Our adjusted hours are Thursday - Sunday 1pm - 6pm.
Things to know for your visit:
Shop in the Online Store or join the VIP Club!
Join a Class - they're all online for now, so wherever you are, there we are!
Buy a giftcard - use it now, use it later, we use the $ to keep running!
Follow us on Instagram! @pushpullseattle
Don't see what you're hoping for? Want to make a payment plan? Email firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll get back to you asap
After the Gold Rush #1, #2, #3 Miles Greb, art by Isaac Ka Ryssa
After the Gold Rush #4 Miles Greg, art by Elli Puukangas
Review by Maxx
It's been a while of looking at the ATGR books on the shelves and the guilt of not having actually read them finally got to me. When they were brought it I flipped through them and loved the covers. I'm glad we have 4 issues now. The story starts off a bit rocky for those of us that didn't follow the webcomic. I like a story that doesn't feel the need to explain everything to the reader, but I felt like I was left guessing for the first two issues. ATGR follows Scout as she crash lands back on Earth after having only known life in a colony on Titan. Miles Greb notes in the back of the issues that all attempts have been made to make the stories scientifically accurate and invites questions or corrections. I enjoyed #4 the most, the story finally is taking on more of a plot than just chance encounters and characters beyond Scout develop depth. I also enjoyed the cleaner lines of Elli Puukangas work and hope that we get to see more in following issues.
Definitely recommended for the scientists in your life - young and old. This book is appropriate for all ages.
review by Jacob B, teen reviewer
Book: Iceland is Niceland by Joan Chao
I found this comic to be well-written. I honestly loved the cute way it was drawn. Also, the colors in the whole comic were done beautifully.
News & Comic reviews from the Push/Pull Crew. With guest reviews by our teen students, Shop Assistant Sean, and others.