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Originally published Saturday, February 13, 2010 at 7:00 PM

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So much is going on in Seattle's Georgetown it just might give you an Art Attack

Art Attack is Georgetown's version of art walk. Here's a list of some of the venues that will participate next month: Artcore, Bella Vitale, Belle & Wissell, Equinox, Georgetown Arts Center, Georgetown Atelier, Georgetown Studios, Sunny Arms Artists' Cooperative and Totally Blown Glassworks.

Seattle Times staff reporter

Art Attack arrives in Georgetown every second Saturday evening.

There's so much activity in every "nook and cranny of the neighborhood," that Marq Dean, a producer at the design studio Belle & Wissell, has only begun exploring. Dean, chair of the United Artists of Georgetown, has lived there for six years and worked there for 11.

Here is just a sampling of the 30 venues that will participate in the neighborhood's next big night out, from 6 to 9 p.m. March 13. More information is available at georgetownartattack.com.

Artcore Studios: A custom tattoo studio and gallery that works on human and digital canvases. 5501A Airport Way S. (206-767-2673 or www.artcoreseattle.com).

Bella Vitale Studio: Artist-run studio and gallery that showcases local and international work. 5917 Airport Way S. (206-763-3141 or bellavitale.blogspot.com).

Belle & Wissell: An interactive multimedia design studio that has worked with the Harley Davidson Museum, the EMP and the Wing Luke Museum. 6014 12th Ave. S. (206-322-7908 or www.bwco.info).

Equinox Studios: Art studios with more than 45 artists working on everything from blacksmithing to metal fabrication. 6555 Fifth Ave. S. (www.equinoxstudios.org).

Frida & Georgetown Tile Works: Secondhand, art, antique and tile studio. 5905 Airport Way S. (206-767-0331 or www.shopfrida.com).

Georgetown Arts Center: A former dance studio-turned-art space that showcases local pieces and holds workshops. 5511 Airport Way S. (206-851-1538 or georgetownartcenter.blogspot.com).

Georgetown Atelier: Part-time and full-time art classes on classical drawing and painting. 5628 Airport Way S., Suite 330. (www.georgetownatelier.com).

Georgetown Studios: This studio space used to be the Rainier Brewery building. It now houses the Georgetown Brewery, local artists, and photo and video shoots. 5890 Airport Way S. (800-517-1052 or www.georgetownstudios.com).

Sunny Arms Artists' Cooperative: An artists' living and work space. 707 S. Snoqualmie St. (www.sunnyarms.com).

Totally Blown Glassworks: Live glassblowing during Art Attack. 5607 Corson Ave. S. (206-768-8944 or www.totallyblownglass.com).

Marian Liu: 206-464-3825 or mliu@seattletimes.com

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