“In 1974 Frank Zappa wanted an audience for a scene of Camp... | Flatcolor Gallery
March 28, 2016

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Located at 77 S. Main St. in Seattle's historic Pioneer Square neighborhood, Flatcolor Gallery features local and national contemporary artists in a relaxed gallery setting.  Flatcolor Gallery brings new and exciting artists to light in Seattle and a fresh perspective on art and creativity to Seattle's First Thursday Art Walk.

“In 1974 Frank Zappa wanted an audience for a scene of Camp...



“In 1974 Frank Zappa wanted an audience for a scene of Camp Reagan, a takeoff on the Franz Kafka story… In the Penal Colony. It never got animated.”

Bruce Bickford “Sacred and Profane”

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