There have been quite a few everyone-in-Tacoma art shows on lately – Fulcrum, Mineral, Brick House – but one of the best is up at Kittredge Gallery. Kittredge, based at the University of Puget Sound, has had a run of interesting shows since Tacoma Art Museum took over the programming, and curator Margaret Bullock – working with UPS folks, of course – has picked another good one.
It’s a display of all nominees and winners of the Greater Tacoma Community Foundation Art Award in the award’s three-year history. This results in a guest list of 25 artists, but Bullock has organized things so serenely in the small space that the variety’s not a problem. In fact, the exhibit feels like a who’s who of Tacoma art, a kind of tiny Tacoma Bienniale, representing the best of what our city can do art-wise.
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