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Imminent Mode: Lore

Join me for a night of art fashion and music in the streets. This fourth installment, “Imminent Mode: Lore” will be held at Vermilion Gallery from 7pm till 10pm. Lore, a body of traditions and knowledge on a subject or held by a particular group, typically passed from person to person. “Imminent Mode: Lore” will feature work that tells stories. Whether they are culturally based or personal. We’re inviting artists to tell stories that mean something to them; giving the public a view of who they are, where they come from and their unique perspectives.

The goal of Imminent Mode is to provide a place for designers and visual artists to play with juxtaposition in creative expression.

Featured Artist Parings:

Jordan Christianson & Anouk Rawkson
John Criscitello & Pete Rush
Dan Garlington & Mariel Andrade
Brenda Bryan & Grant Rehnberg
Aaron Lafferty & Travis Ritter
Kerstin Graudins & Ramona Barnes
Orlando Mandujano & Donald McCullough
Devon Yan & Juan Monroy
Diane Knoll & Julia Evanovich

Featuring Photography by Stephanie Jamieson

With DJ’s Performances by:
Olivia Phaze
Mister Sister

Imminent Mode is curated by:

ADÉ A CÔNNÉRE is a Colorado-born singer, actor, performance artist, activist, model, and musician. They have been living Seattle for 13 years, and as one of the curators of Imminent Mode, Adé is thrilled to watch it grow. IG: @adeahmir

ANOUK RAWKSON is a Seattle based artist who’s influences range from his culture, subcultures, visions and surroundings. Using mixed media, Anouk’s goal is to express his dark sense of humor and irony with an initially perceived innocent image. rawkson.com / IG: @rawkson

JORDAN CHRISTIANSON is a Pacific Northwest native, multidisciplinary Creative, and Couturier to a diverse entertainment and design community. Jordan’s work, and label Jonquil & Mr Black, have been featured internationally in museums and galleries, on stages, pages, and screens. jonquilandblack.com / IG: @jonquilandblack

STEPHANIE JAMIESON is a Seattle based freelance photographer using digital and analog photography formats. Stephanie loves Imminent Mode because it is a rare opportunity to collaborate with artists she may not usually have the opportunity to work with otherwise. Stephanie strives to capture the unusual and the authentic with a photo-journalistic eye.

Behind the lens, Stephanie Jamieson conspires to evoke the energy behind each wearable work of art created for Imminent Mode, while leaving room for the viewers interpretation. stephtakespictures.com / IG: @redfrosting.