February 13, 2020

Gabrielle Olson
Make.Shift Art Space
(206) 288-9921

Downtown Bellingham Art Walk March 6 at Make.Shift Gallery

For the month of March 2020, Make.Shift Gallery in Downtown Bellingham presents "And in That Moment: Works by Anunna Moriarty." The gallery will showcase Moriarty's photography in a solo show exhibit that defines the artistic process. Moriarty resides in Seattle, Washington and is a photographer and model. Her work has a sharp focus on fashion and performance used as a means to investigate the human focus.

The artist emphasizes that this specific project, “And in that moment,” is a way to materialize her distorted experiences of people, places, colors, and time. This project is not meant to be a literal translation of dreamland as there are often missing pieces and interruptions throughout the night but rather, it seizes the lingering emotions and disturbances released from these ephemeral moments.

Armed with a deep curiosity of textiles, color theory, lighting, and a love affair with vintage wear, she is able to capture the true beauty of the feminine archetype. Moriarty is a graduate of the BFA program at Seattle University in photography and has said that she is passionate about education in the arts.

The opening will be on Friday, March 6, from 6-10 p.m. For more information about the Art Walk or Make.Shift please visit our website at or contact Gallery Director, Gabrielle Olson, at

About Make.shift: Make.Shift Art Space is a 501 ©3 nonprofit DIY venue dedicated to providing a space for all-ages art and music in Bellingham. The 8,000-square-foot space includes 21 studios, an award-winning gallery, a live music performance space and a low-power radio station KZAX 94.9. We are an all-ages space dedicated to a policy of no booze, no drugs, no jerks.

Accessibility Information: Make.Shift strives to create a safe and inviting space for all to enjoy and utilize. There are two ramps at Make.Shift: one at the front door that provides access to the gallery, office, upstairs studios, and bathrooms. All of these doorways are 3’ wide. The other leads to the basement and provides access to the stage and main concert area. This doorway is 3’ 5”.

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