Ballard Library (5614 22nd Ave NW) will host a community celebration of “Spilled Ink: Ballard High School Music and Art Night” from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. this Saturday Saturday, May 2.
The Ballard Branch’s teen advisers have joined forces with the Ballard High School Ink Club to present the annual release of INK Magazine, Ballard High School’s online art and literary journal.
Saturday’s event will showcase student works including art and photography, along with a screening of student-produced videos at 6:30 p.m.
Live music and spoken word will also be performed throughout the evening by local artists Roy Street, Golden Years, Dragon & Android, Ternbern Quertet, Eli Goldberg, Noah Forslun and Sophia Hermann.
Ballard Ukulele Club will also host a ukulele jam session that all are welcome to join. Players are invited to bring their own instrument to the jam, or play one of the limited number of ukuleles that will be available.
To view past issues of INK Magazine from 2013-14, click here.
The event is free and open to the public. No registration is required. This is an after-hours event and the Library’s parking garage will be closed; free parking is available on nearby streets.
For more information about the event call the Ballard Branch at (206) 684-4089 or ask a librarian.