Exhibits

Photo credit: Tatiana Gill
Photo credit: Tatiana Gill


CURRENT EXHIBIT:
Down To Clown with Tatiana Gill
Saturday, June 11th through Saturday, July 9th

Now on display: a collection of original artwork by Seattle’s own Tatiana Gill from the pages of her “adult” coloring book, Down to Clown. The exhibit is framed by pages, colored by visitors to the store, in the background.

Gill has self-published dozens of comic books and collaborated on graphic novels and anthologies across the world. Themes of her work include body positive, feminism, autobiography, and recovery.


UPCOMING EXHIBIT:
TBA



 
PAST EXHIBITS:
• April 23 – June 11, 2016: Megg & Mogg in Amsterdam
• Dec. 2, 2006 – Jan. 5, 2007: 30 Years of Misfit Lit, curated by Gary Groth, Kim Thompson and Larry Reid
• Dec. 16, 2006: Ellen Forney & Peter Bagge, Comics Rock! reading & performance
• Jan. 6 – Jan. 31, 2007: Mome: The New Guard, curated by Eric Reynolds
• Feb. 10 – Mar. 7, 2007: The Hernandez Brothers, 25 Years of Love and Rockets
• Feb. 17, 2007: Drawn & Quarterly tour – discussion and slide show with Gabrielle Bell, Kevin Huizenga, and Anders Nilsen
• Mar. 10 – 21, 2007: Jim Blanchard, Filthy Beasts (with musical guest The DTs)
• Mar. 24 – May 15, 2007: Jim Woodring, Seeing Things – “Lazy Robinson” performance by Jim Woodring & Bill Frisell
• May 19 – June 20, 2007: Ivan Brunetti, Misery Loves Comedy (artist reception June 8, 2007)
• June 23 – July 1, 2007: Peter Bagge & Lance Mercer, Buddies
• Aug. 4 – 29, 2007: Paul Hornschemeier, Adventures in Weltschmerz
• Aug. 31 – Sept. 19, 2007: Kim Deitch and Megan Kelso
• Sept. 22 – Oct. 24, 2007: The Curiously Sinister art of Jim Flora, curated by Irwin Chusid
• Oct. 26 – Nov. 20, 2007: Joe Sacco, Palestine: The Special Edition
• Nov. 23 – Dec. 31, 2007: Charles M. Schulz, Unseen Peanuts
• Dec. 8, 2007: 1st Anniversary Party with music by The Tom Price Desert Classic
• Jan. 12 – Feb. 6, 2008: Rebel Visions: The Underground Comix Revolution, curated by Larry Reid and Patrick Rosenkranz
• Feb. 9 – Mar. 17, 2008: Ellen Forney, Lust
• Mar. 8, 2008: Kim Deitch, Deitch’s Pictorama Preview Slideshow & Friends of the Nib Comics Jam
• Mar. 27 – May 6, 2008: Drew Friedman, The Fun Never Stops!
• Apr. 12, 2008: Martin Bland, Randomized Control Trials music performance
• May 10 – 21, 2008: Jordan Crane
• May 17, 2008: Peter Bagge Manik Skateboard Launch Party
• May 24 – June 25, 2008: Shag, Shag: A to Z
• June 28 – July 25, 2008: Now Serving Cheesecake: The Classic Art of Cartoon Pin-Up, curated by Alex Chun
• Aug. 2 – 25, 2008: David B., My Story, My Stories, co-curated by Kim Thompson and Cynthia Rose (artist reception Aug. 15, 2008)
• Aug. 2, 2008: Zak Sally & Nate Denver musical performance & book signing
• Aug. 29 – Oct. 7, 2008: Daniel Clowes, Ghost World: Special Edition
• Sep. 13, 2008: Typhon Vol. 1 Book Launch Party & Signing with Danny Hellman & co. and musical performance by Pat & Jack Moriarity
• Oct. 11 – Nov. 5, 2008: Jim Woodring & Paul Di Filippo, Cosmocopia
• Nov. 8 – Dec. 10, 2008: Bill Griffith
• Dec. 13, 2008: 2nd Anniversary Party with music by Can You Imagine? (featuring Peter Bagge)
• Dec. 13, 2008 – Feb. 4, 2009: Beasts! – The Print Show
• Feb. 7 – Mar. 4, 2009: Esther Pearl Watson, Unlovable (with musical performance by Rusty Willoughby at Feb. 7 opening reception)
• March 7 – April 1, 2009: Humbug
• March 14, 2009: Dame Darcy musical performance and signing
• April 4 – May 6, 2009: Jaime Hernandez & Stan Sakai
• May 9 – June 10, 2009: Tony Millionaire, Drinky Crow
• June 13 – July 8, 2009: Jason
• July 11 – August 5, 2009: Peter Bagge, Everybody Is Stupid Except for Me and Other Astute Observations
• August 8 – October 7, 2009: Comics Savants: A Survey of Seattle Alternative Cartoonists
• August 22, 2009: Eroyn Franklin, Another Glorious Day at the Nothing Factory book release party
• October 10 – November 4, 2009: Johnny Ryan
• November 7 – December 9, 2009: Al Columbia
• December 12, 2009: 2nd Anniversary Party with music by Dame Darcy and Can You Imagine? (featuring Peter Bagge) with special artist guests and Portable Grindhouse release party
• December 13, 2009: Portable Grindhouse panel discussion
• December 26-27, 2009: “Santa Sucks” Storewide Sale
• January 9, 2010: Fantagraphics 2010 Preview Exhibit
• January 30, 2010: Newave! The Underground Mini Comix of the 1980s Exhibit & Book Launch
• February 6, 2010: Steven Weissman Chocolate Cheeks Signing
• February 13, 2010: Gahan Wilson Exhibit & Book Signing
• March 13, 2010: Gilbert Hernandez High Soft Lisp Exhibit & Book Signing
• May 8, 2010: Michael Kupperman Tales Designed to Thrizzle Exhibit & Book Signing
• May 22, 2010: Jim Woodring Weathercraft Discussion & Book Signing
• June 12, 2010: Megan Kelso Artichoke Tales Exhibit & Book Signing
• July 5, 2010: Holiday Weenie Roast with Esther Pearl Watson & Mark Todd
• July 10, 2010: Dame Darcy Meat Cake Exhibit, Performance & Book Signing
• September 11, 2010: Carol Tyler You’ll Never Know Exhibit & Book Signing
• October 9, 2010: Dave Cooper Bent Exhibit & Book Signing with Special Guest Johnny Ryan
• October 30, 2010: Charles Burns Exhibit & Book Signing
• November 13, 2010: Destroy All Movies!!! Presentation & Book Signing with Zack Carlson, Bryan Connolly & Jacob Covey
• December 11, 2010: Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery 4th Anniversary Party — “Medieval Thinkers” group exhibit opening and musical performances by Zak Sally & Mark Pickerel
• February 12, 2011: The Bureau of Drawers Presents LOVESICK Exhibit Opening
• February 23, 2011: Fantagraphics Book Club Comix Talk with Aaron Renier & Jason Shiga
• March 12, 2011: Jacques Tardi “Better Tardi Than Never” exhibit and “You Don’t Know Jacques” slideshow talk by Kim Thompson
• May 4, 2011: Wilfred Santiago Book Signing and Discussion with Rob Neyer for 21: The Story of Roberto Clemente
• May 14, 2011: Charles Peterson: Taking Punk to the Masses Exhibit Opening
• June 11, 2011: Jim Woodring Book Signing for Congress of the Animals
• June 18, 2011: Paul Hornschemeier Life with Mr. Dangerous and Eroyn Franklin Detained book signing
• July 9, 2011: The Quiet Rrriot: Megan Kelso, Nikki McClure & Stella Marrs exhibit opening
• September 10, 2011: Drawing Power: An Exhibition of Cartoon Advertising with slideshow presentation & Drawing Power book signing by Warren Bernard; special guest Tom Neely presenting The Wolf
• October 1, 2011: Oil and Water book release party and signing with Steve Duin and Michael Rosen
• October 5, 2011: Habibi slide presentation and book signing with Craig Thompson at Seattle Public Library Central Branch
• October 8, 2011: The Brinkley Girls exhibit opening with book signing and slideshow presentation by Trina Robbins