SOUND SLIDESHOW: "Northwest Perspectives" Photo Exhibit Reception At Burien Art Gallery With Jerry Gay

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On Friday night (Aug. 7th), Burien Arts premiered their latest exhibit “Northwest Perspectives” at the Burien Art Gallery, and our new Photographer/Sound Designer Nicholas Johnson was there to capture this Sound Slideshow:

(press the > “Play” button above to activate the slideshow)

“Northwest Perspectives” continues through Aug. 30th, and is part of Burien Arts’ first annual Aperture August photography show, and along with the work of established photographers Josef Scaylea and Jerry Gay, also features emerging artists Zeb Andrews and Tess Logan.

Jerry Gay’s Pulitzer Prize winning photograph, “Lull in the Battle” (seen below) was taken in 1975 in Burien, near Three Tree Point (on Maplewild Ave SW – see a map here) of local firefighters taking a break while battling a difficult house fire:

"Lull in the Battle," Jerry Gay's Pulitzer Prize winner, was shot in 1975 on Maplewild Ave SW in Burien.

The Burien Art Gallery is located at 421 SW 146th Street in Burien (the blue house in Dottie Harper Park) and is managed by Burien Arts, a local non-profit with a more than 40-year history and a mission to provide innovative arts programming to the communities of the Burien/Highline region.

The Burien Art Gallery hours are:

  • Thursday, Friday and Sunday from 12-4
  • Saturday from 11-5
  • By appointment

For more information, please contact Burien Arts at 206-244-7808.

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