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Beacon Arts TBD Community Space

Beacon Arts activated the TBD Community Space at 2507 Beacon Ave S (behind the whale/sunflower mural) from April 2017 - April 2018. The following are an archive of events that details that time period, the biggest hit was Dozer's Warehouse curated by Crik Lont. Upon Beacon Arts leaving, Crik was able to continue using the warehouse and gallery for studio work and occasional shows.

TBD Community Space Archive...

Tots & Kids' Jam

Tots’ Jam has moved! Please join us at our new class location—Welcome Table Church—the first and third Thursdays! We’ll be gearing the class now to tots, aged 0–2 (though all ages are welcome to attend!), and we’ve added a sister class, “Kids’ Jam,” aimed at ages 3–5 that begins immediately after TJ. Both classes will include stories, music, a sing-along, and more. Come to one or both for just $5 per family! (Tots’ Jam folx can stay for Kids’ Jam at no additional charge).


Tots' Jam—Join childcare professionals and singers/musicians Jessie McKenna and Sarah Bryc for Tots' Jam, our infant/toddler story time, followed by music, including songs with fingerplay and a sing-along with live instruments. This class begins at 10:30 AM every 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month. Tots' Jam is aimed at children ages 0–2, but all ages are welcome to participate. *$5 per family, per class (families may stay for Kids' Jam, our pre-school class, for no additional charge)

Kids' Jam—Our "pre-school" class, Kids' Jam, is a story time followed by music, a sing-along with instruments (guitar, uke, hand percussion), some movin' and shakin' where we'll dance our wiggles out, and art-making—This class begins at 11:15 AM right after Tots' Jam and is geared toward children 2–5, but all ages are welcome to participate. *$5 per family (families may arrive early for Tots' Jam, our infant/toddler class, and stay for the duration for no additional charge)


*No one turned away for lack of funds!

Moving Sale

May 19, 1 - 5 pm. Everything must go! 

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Last Hurrah for Dozer's Warehouse

April 28

6 - 10 pm.

PRESS PREVIEW 4 to 5:30 pm. 

Last chance to see the collection of 103 murals before the building is torn down. A new way to view, a collaboration with Mollie Bryan of Lusio Lights and owner of Mokedo, will showcase the murals using artistic lighting. Crick Lont art show in the gallery. Music to celebrate and say goodbye. All ages, $5 suggested donation goes to live entertainers.

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March 31

Doors 6pm.

$10 at the door. Musical lineup Gifted Gab, OTOW and the Flight DJ TEAM. Art market featuring Dozer Warehouse muralists. All ages,  no host bar with proceeds going to Beacon Arts.

Beacon Hill House Concert

March 19

Doors at 6:30 pm, Concert at 7 pm

Free with dream folk artists Extravision, Nicholas Naioti and blues folk guitarist Dylan Boyle. All ages show. Donation to artists welcome. 

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Archaic Revival - 
Closing Celebration

January 19th

7-10 pm 

at the TBD Community Space & Gallery

Visual and kinetic artist Bobbin started Breakin in the Northwest HIP HOP scene in 1997. The movement and expression of the dance captures a subconscious archive full

of life and raw emotion. Through cyphers, Breakin embodies a communal language for diverse individuals to share complex experiences and witness each person's perspective.

Recently, Bobbin began translating this subconscious internal dialog into a visual medium. Using canvases and large pieces of reclaimed wood, Bobbin creates acrylic and sumi ink abstractions. In his own words, “This shedding and surrendering to the raw power of improvised movement and emotion is done abstractly, helping express complex perspectives in a stark and ever changing representation. The feeling of losing it all, but finding it at the same time in the organized chaos of the universe.”


Beacon Arts is excited to share Bobbin’s unique intersection of B-boying and a visual medium at the TBD Community Arts Space. Closing Celebration includes Dance Demos, Music, Gallery Show and Cash Bar. Show closes 1/20. Stop in to experience something truly unique in Seattle!

New Nails
Opening January 27, 4-8pm

Art exhibition and zine release by Victor Devlin. Victor Devlin is a self taught visual artist from North Carolina working across mediums. New Nails is a series of mixed media paintings and drawings addressing strength, mental health, and terminal illness.The work was made using pen, ink, watercolor, acrylic paint, and found materials. Victor as been making personal art as a focus since 2013 and produced a multitude of work for solo, duo, and group exhibitions. Victor's interest in print has also led to the creation of zines and ephemera along the way.   A portion of the proceeds from art sales will go to the ACLU.

A Conversation About Homelessness 

with Gabriella Duncan

Sunday November 19th 2:00 pm

2507 Beacon Ave S.

Artist, Gabriella Duncan shares stories, songs and a short film about her experience of homelessness and the organization she works with to "Change the Face of Homelessness.

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Private Tour of Dozer's Warehouse

Saturday, October 14th

1-4:30 pm

2507 Beacon Ave S. 98144

You've been seeing news about it all over town, back by popular demand, another opportunity to tour Dozer's Warehouse before it is demolished in December. Get a chance to see the art and meet the curator, Crick Lont in person. RSVP today!

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Dozer's Warehouse

Closing Celebration

Sept. 30

1pm - 6pm

2507 Beacon Ave S. 98144

See this amazing collection of 103 murals by 73 artists before it is demolished in 2018.

And "Paint with the Artists" is a special exhibit for this event run by ImmersiveSquare! Join us and paint on the virtual wall in virtual reality while surrounded by artists who created the walls of art in Dozer's Warehouse.

Art for the People by
Justin Bua

Sept. 16

11am - 4pm

Once a year artist Justin BUA takes his work to the streets to give back to the people. Offering FREE prints and rare, collectable paintings. BUA will sign on site as he showcases his historically rich hip hop artwork.

Free event but registration required.​

After meeting Bua, view Dozer's Warehouse. Meet curator, Crick Lont, in the Gallery to join a tour.

Past events at the TBD (to be demolished) Community Space...


Beacon Arts has access to space from now to December 1st at 2507 Beacon Ave S in the former Cesar Tugade Salon and the warehouse space (behind the whale/sunflower mural), there is roughly 6,000 sq. ft. of opportunity. Here is what we have made happen so far! It's not too late, make a proposal to activate this space before it is gone!

Art for the People by Justin Bau

Saturday, Sept 16th from 11-4. Once a year artist Justin BUA takes his work to the streets to give back to the people. Offering FREE prints and rare, collectable paintings. BUA will sign on site as he showcases his historically rich hip hop artwork.

Tours of Dozer's warehouse will start in the gallery.

Dozer's Warehouse

Friday, September 8th 5pm-10pm

Public opening of the largest temporary mural installation in Seattle! Over 60 Artists share murals an studio art in this once in a lifetime installation. Don't miss it! limited viewings because the building, murals and all come tumbling down in December.

Dog Days Pop up Market

Saturday, August 19th 10am-4pm

TBD Warehouse artist and artisan market celebrating the "Dog Days" of Summer with pet themed works and more! Photo booth for you and your pet! Meet the neighbors for more wagging!

Black in Seattle

Sunday, July 9, 3:30 -  5 PM. This is a screening of a throwback video that was locally made by local actors from Seattle's Central Area. "Involvement" is a short 20 minute video that was produced in 1968 by Christian & Coffin Co. for AT&T and other phone companies in Seattle, WA to be used to train hiring managers in diversifying and promoting inclusion in the workplace. It follows the journey of the lead actor Josh (Clarence Bibbs) through the hiring and onboarding process in a predominantly white organization. It also features fascinating vintage images of Seattle's Central Area in 1968. How much has Seattle really changed? How much has it stayed the same? After the video, we will be joined by Clarence Bibbs, the actor who was featured in the video, for a short discussion on what Seattle was like then, and what, if anything, has really changed.

Teri's Tweens Summer Art Class

July 10th-12th, 9:30 am-12:45 pm. 3-day art class for kids in grades 5-7. 8-10 artists maximum. Cost: $160 for the 3-day class, materials included. Possible projects: Collagraphy (a type of rintmaking), Expedition-Exploration Journaling,  linoblock prints, and painting and others. We will have fun experimenting and building skills while making art!
Kids should bring a snack and water bottle. Share the info with friends or get a group of pals together! Please email  or call 206.329.4750 ASAP to sign up! More information about Teri Capp 

Babaylan and Baybayin

Sunday, July 16, 3:00 -  5 PM. This is an interactive knowledge building exhibit and discussion space to delve deeper into the places that gender held in ancient Philippines. Using archival literature, we will build on what we know about ancient Philippines and the sacred space that women and "third gender" people occupied in the Islands. Along with the Babaylan exploration we will also be working on our baybayin, indigenous Philippine script which was widely in use pre-contact.  Literature shows that indigenous Pilipinos were highly literate and yet no writings from babaylans or shamans survived once colonization began.  As an artist I view the relearning of indigenous script an act of resistance, an undoing of the trauma that was incurred upon my people.  


Doors will be open from 3:00 to 6:00 pm.  Come by 4:00 if you want to join the short informal discussion.

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