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March 29 Events

March 27 - April 13, South Lake Union

Our Hearts Live Here - KCTS 9 Initiative

At KCTS 9, we believe that our COMMUNITY is our greatest strength in times of adversity. The novel coronavirus has significantly changed the ways we interact with our family, friends and neighbors. In an effort to spread some joy during the difficult moment we’re all living in, we’re launching the OUR HEARTS LIVE HERE initiative. In the coming weeks, we’ll seek out and promote ways to safely bring our community together, something that’s core to our mission.

This weekend, we challenge you to decorate your outdoor space – front porch, patio, windows, etc. – to bring joy to your neighbors as they walk by. This could be fun or silly set-ups using whatever holiday decorations you have on hand, words of encouragement to those working on the front lines of the pandemic, or whatever inspires you during this time of social distancing.

Show off your work by using #Ourheartslivehere and tagging @KCTS9. Beginning next week, we’ll select some of our favorite submissions to be featured in segments that will air on KCTS 9 and shared out with our social media channels.

Finally, please share this with your family, friends and neighbors! The more people who participate the more we show we’re all in this together.

Here’s how to participate:

1)     To be officially considered, fill out this form and include your name, e-mail and photo of your display. Use the hashtag #Ourheartslivehere to share your work with the community.

2)      Use materials that you already have at home. Holiday decorations, sidewalk chalk, recycled materials cardboard, etc. The more sustainable the better!

3)    Post the KCTS 9 flyer with your display so people passing by know that you are participating and where to get more information. Don’t have a printer at home? No problem. Just hand-write a sign that says “We’re participating in #Ourheartslivehere with KCTS 9!”

4)      All residential spaces are permitted including porches, balconies, windows, etc.

5)      Follow all social distancing guidelines and stay at least 6 feet away from anyone who doesn’t live in your residence.

Our favorite submissions will be featured in spots aired on KCTS 9. Celebrity and/or staff judges will determine those selected.  We may send a producer to your house to take some video of your display. Those selected will be contacted via e-mail by Monday, April 13, 2020.

March 18 - April 28, Winston Wachter


Winston Wächter Fine art is excited to announce our first solo exhibition with artist, architect and designer Matt Gagnon. Gagnon’s Light Stack sculptures are an ongoing exploration of the artist’s fascination with the transformative quality of light, and how materials and surroundings impacts theses changes. His totemic works incorporate oak, pine, concrete, brass, polished aluminum and painted MDF. Each layered piece offers an interaction with the central lighting source, “holding” and defining the light in a unique way. 

Gagnon believes that everyone approaches a material with their own associations and biases. He suggests that individual combinations and proportions of color and material contain traces or allusions to spaces or memories. The assembled whole is fragmented and ever-changing, and our thoughts and memories are colored by the physical context in which we live.

Gagnon studied architecture at Cornell University before joining the studios of Gaetano Pesce and Frank Gehry. He has taught design at Otis College of Art, Parsons School of Constructed Environments and has been invited to speak at Savannah College of Art and Design, Woodbury School of Architecture, City College of New York and University of Central Oklahoma. He has been featured in publications such as The New York Times, Metropolis, Surface, Interior Design and Dwell. Additionally, Gagnon has been commissioned by Peter Marino (for Chanel and Louis Vuitton), MTV, The Four Seasons and Ritz Carlton hotel groups, Google and NASA’s Deep Space Network facility in Pasadena, CA.

March 29, 2:00 pm, Hot Stove Society



Do you love macarons? These feather-light, meringue based French cookies with crisp shells, delicately chewy interiors, and lush fillings look difficult to make, but once you know the tricks of the trade you will master them. Ari is super excited to teach you the art and science of making macarons at home, because, as she says, “macarons are my jam!”


After you watch Ari demo, you’ll get to make macaron batter, pipe macarons, and bake them. You’ll also make passion fruit buttercream, fill and sandwich your cookies together and decorate them, all hands-on. (Though you will only make passion fruit buttercream in class, you will also have fillings of raspberry jam and ginger-infused chocolate ganache available to you for filling your macarons.)  Eat some macarons in class, then we’ll pack up the rest so you can take your beautiful macarons home with you to share with family and friends (unless of course you want them all to yourself!)


A glass of wine or beer is included.



Ari will talk about French macaron ingredients, the history of the pastry, and the difference between French and Italian methods. She will show and explain all the products and equipment that you’ll need to make macarons How to mix French macaron batter How to pipe, bake, fill and decorate macarons How to make passion fruit buttercream


Hands on:

Mix macaron batter Make passion fruit buttercream Pipe and bake macarons Sandwich macarons with fillings (buttercream, chocolate ganache, and raspberry jam) Decorate macarons with luster dust and buttercream

$95 enrollment here.

If you have a question about this class, contact


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