Be You More: Interactive Art Event

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Be You More: Interactive Art Event
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Be You More: Interactive Art Event says
Thursday October 22, 2015 from 5:00pm – 8:00pm at Seattle’s Art/Not Terminal basement gallery (Sub-T Room), the ValYou Arts Team from United Creations is inviting art enthusiasts, students, teachers, fans and the general public to participate in a FREE art making experience.

Collage supplies will be provided in addition to ample encouragement for each guest to be inspired by the original paintings on display in the Sub-T Room that feature 49 different ValYous. The instructions are to select one of the 49 ValYous as the theme for each collage.

What’s a ValYou?
Eben Tobias Greene, the founder of creative change agency, United Creations, illustrated 49 symbols, each holding significant meaning as aspirational words meant to represent values one lives by. They were categorized into 7 groups: Foundation, Inspiration, Transformation, Mastery, Connection, Transcendence and Realization. Examples of ValYous in Realization: Creativity, Authenticity, Purpose, Confidence, Equality, Integreatness and Inner Peace.

Exhibition Details:
On October 3rd, the BE YOU MORE Art Show opened with hundreds in attendance. Music by Everett Leftside and Michael David kept the crowd engaged as they took in the 100+ original paintings. Each of these paintings is a tribute to one of the 49 different ValYou symbols. Participating artists included:
Eben Greene, Taj Brahmin, Michael David, Sienna Geibel, Vince Lalonde, Peter Popp, Max Reyes, and Jahnavi Stackhouse.
The artists’ originals will be available for sale in addition to canvas and paper prints by order. This event will be the last opportunity to meet some of the artists, view the entire collection and go home with your own piece, special prices all night!

The show’s host, Art/Not Terminal is a unique gallery space in Seattle with 30+ members. They will be celebrating their 27th anniversary this October, 2015 with a featured exhibition on their main floor entitled “ART FOR LIFE”. They are proud to have been a resident at 2045 Westlake Ave in Seattle for 24 years, with thanks to the support of their landlord, Capitol Hill Housing.
Regular gallery hours are Wed thru Sun 11:00am – 6:00pm.
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By: United Creations

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