Curators Susan Robb, Sierra Stinson and Jim Demetre are bringing a forecast of illumination and warmth to Ballard this weekend with their ONN/OF art exhibition and light festival.
ONN/OF Light festival to bring illuminating art and performances to Ballard this weekend
While January in Seattle tends to be grey and rainy, curators Susan Robb, Sierra Stinson and Jim Demetre are bringing a forecast of illumination and warmth to Ballard this weekend with their ONN/OF art exhibition and light festival.
Housed in Ballard's The Sweater Factory, ONN/OF is a weekend-long event of visual art, performance, installation, projection, music, food and drink, and workshops surrounding “light”.
Born from 2011's La Niña-drenched winter weather, the curators aim to create an environment "that not only lets people escape the cold and solitude that comes with Seattle’s winter season but to build a warm and energizing experience that might produce enough radiance to help see Seattle through the rest of the winter," according to the website.
Festival hours go from 4 p.m. until 12 a.m. on Saturday, and noon till 7 p.m. on Sunday.
Special events and workshops will be held at various times throughout the festival, check the website at http://www.onnof.us for the full schedule.
The Sweater Factory is located at 1415 NW 52st, across from the Bardahl Oil sign.