Tag Archives: Post Hall

Help Brighten the Holidays, Bulb Party!

4 Nov

Bulb Changing Party
November 10, 2015
3 shifts, 7-9am, 11am-1pm, 5-8pm
Post Hall Board Room
1102 A Street Tacoma, WA 98401


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From the Business Improvement Area (BIA) Blog:

Question, how many Tacomans does it take to change hundreds of light bulbs? Just one, but it would take years! Every holiday season Tacoma is lit up with lights and shooting stars but over the years and the rain, the lights are shining  less and less. Which is why the Downtown Merchants Group, Spaceworks and the BIA are asking for your help to brighten the holidays with a Bulb Party!

On November 10th, the Downtown Merchants Group, BIA and Spaceworks will have all of the supplies necessary for a fantastic bulb party including refreshments and goodies, all we are missing is you! Many hands will turn this dark and dull task into a light and merry one, so come join us, and bring your friends!
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The Bulb Party will be hosted November 10th and there are three times to choose from! We will be hosting shifts from 7:00-9:00 am, 11:00-1:00 pm, and 5:00-8:00 pm.  The Bulb Party will be at the downtown Post Office Building on the main floor.

RSVP to Heather Joy
Call 253-682-1722, or email heatherj@tacomachamber.org
*please indicate which shift you are able to attend
Three shifts:
7:00-9:00 am
11:00-1:00 pm
5:00-8:00 pm
This event is a collaboration between the Downtown Merchants Group, Spaceworks, the Business Improvement Association, Post Hall, and you!
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Highlights for July’s Third Thursday

9 Jul

The 16th is July’s Third Thursday, and, as always, there’s plenty going on. Here are just 3 highlights we think you’ll like:

1. 1120 Creative House

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1120 Creative House
July Art Walk, 5-9pm
1120 Pacific Ave. 2nd Floor

ART
-Isaac Olsen: current graphics and animation.
-FameTakers: Timothy Robbins: “Girth Over Depth” by Samuel Cerevantes.
-Wayzgoose 2015: Exhibition of large steam roller prints from this year’s festival, marking the 11th Annual Tacoma Wayzgoose. Artists included: Audra Laymon, Sean Alexander, CLAW, Maggie Roberts, Pacific Lutheran University, Ric Matthies, Candy Teeth Creative, Charles Wright Academy, Beautiful Angle, Katie Dean, Tina McGregor and Tacoma Community College.

OPEN STUDIOS
Nature City Photography, Asia Tail, Iris Creative, Kendra Design Photography, MarkArt5, Fringeshift Studios, FameTakers, Pointline, Jenny Schlatter Ceramics, Social Contract It, and Kris Crews Continue reading

2014 Tacoma Arts Month Opening Party & AMOCAT Arts Awards

26 Sep

Presented by the Tacoma Arts Commission and Spaceworks Tacoma

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Thursday, October 2, 6-9pm
Tacoma Post Office Building
Awards start 7:45, Post Hall (4th floor)

Get out and have some fun while helping us kick off Tacoma Arts Month in style. Enjoy a stellar line-up of entertainment, art exhibitions, appetizers, dessert, and no-host bar. Help us honor the 2014 AMOCAT Arts Award winners and funding recipients. It’s all free and open to the public – pack up the family, invite your friends and come help us celebrate!  RSVP here, find it on Facebook, or just show on up.

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Experience this giant line-up of happening in the newly-renovated Tacoma Post Office Building and help us honor the 2014 AMOCAT Arts Award winners and funding recipients.

The night’s arts and entertainment includes:
• Music by Speed Queen
• Exhibits of work by Jessica Spring and The Greater Tacoma Community Foundation’s Foundation of Art Award honorees
• Pop-up exhibits of work by Beautiful Angle, Isaac Olsen, Alice Di Certo, Kristin Giordano, The C.L.A.W., and Poly Rev
• Okinawa Taiko Drums
• Tintype photo booth by Kyle Dillehay
• Mini-theater performances by Working Class Theater
• Open studios of Abby Kok, Alana Tamminga, and Katlyn Hubner
• Trash Fashion Runway by Tinkertopia and Friends
• Poetry by Tacoma Poet Laureate Lucas Smiraldo
• Screenings of short films by Kat Ogden, Nick Butler, Kris Crews, Kate Walker, and The Grand Cinema

2014 AMOCAT Arts Awards, starts at 7:45 in Post Hall (4th floor):

Arts Patron – ArtsFund
Community Outreach by an Organization – Asia Pacific Cultural Center
Community Outreach by an Individual – Jessica Spring

2014 Tacoma Arts Commission funding recipients:
Arts Anchor Fund
The Grand Cinema, Hilltop Artists, Museum of Glass, Northwest Sinfonietta, Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma Musical Playhouse, Tacoma Opera, Tacoma Symphony, Tacoma Youth Symphony Association

Arts Projects
Asia Pacific Cultural Center, Children’s Museum of Tacoma, DASH Center for the Arts, Fab-5, Fort Nisqually Foundation, King’s Bookstore, Local Life, Monkeyshines, MLKBallet, Northwest Repertory Singers, Classical Tuesdays in Old Town, Puget Sound Poetry Connection, Second City Chamber Series, Sister City Council of Tacoma, Tacoma Concert Band, Tacoma Maritime Fest, the BareFoot Collective, University of Puget Sound, Washington State Historical Society

Tacoma Artist Initiative Program
Sean Alexander, Carla Barragan, Bill Colby, Alice Di Certo, Kyle Dillehay, David Domkoski, Oliver Doriss, Josie Emmons Turner, Sarah Gilbert, Erin Guinup, Meghan Mitchell, Mark Monlux, Kat Ogden, Scott Scoggin, Erik Steighner, Noah Struthers

Event Sponsors
Click! Cable TV, The Greater Tacoma Community Foundation, Tacoma Weekly, Northwest Public Radio, KPLU, Weekly Volcano, Premier Media Group, Exit133

Questions? Inquiries? 
Call Naomi Strom-Avila 253.591.5191

Another Tacoma Post Office Building ART WALK!

15 Aug

 

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Join us August 21st from 5-9pm for another night of surprise happenings scattered throughout the vast hallways, and beautiful rooms of a historic Tacoma landmark. The Tacoma Post Office Building partners with Spaceworks to host an evening of art exhibits, open studios, short film screenings, plus a Spaceworks happy hour in the new event space Post Hall with DJ Schematik. Buzz has been steadily growing about the creative activation of this building and this event is your chance to explore it first-hand. Continue reading

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