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Cascadia exhibit spotlights NW artists in Alaska

In this first of its kind exhibition, opening on April 5, Cascadia Art Museum will present works created by Northwest artists who traveled to Alaska in the mid-20th century. In the summer of 1938, Tacoma photographer Virna Haffer... — Updated 4/8/2018

 

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RCW? ?47.60.310? ?created? ?local? ?ferry? ?advisory? ?committees? ?to? ?provide? ?local? ?perspectives? ?and recommendations? ?for? ?the? ?Washington? ?State? ?Department? ?of? ?Transportation.? The Washington State Ferries websit... — Updated 3/7/2018

 
 By Maria Montalvo    General

Art as life: Cascadia’s new exhibit | Arts & Appetite

Oscar Wilde said that "life imitates art far more than art imitates life." Cascadia Art Museum’s new exhibit, “Northwest Design at Mid-Century,” presenting a variety of works and objects that define the Northwest... — Updated 1/27/2018 Full story

 

Endeavour Elementary PTA to recognize students for works of art

On Tuesday, Dec. 5, Endeavour Elementary School’s Parent Teachers Association will host an awards ceremony at Endeavour to honor students for their imagination, creativity and interpretation of the theme “Within Reach” in... — Updated 11/29/2017 Full story

 
 By James Spangler    A&E

Territorial Hues: The color print and Washington State, 1920-1960

Cascadia Art Museum’s new exhibit, “Territorial Hues: The Color Print and Washington State, 1920-1960,” continues through Jan. 7. The exhibition and catalog is the first study of color printmaking in Washington state during... — Updated 10/25/2017

 
 By James Spangler    General

Cascadia Art Museum launches ambitious exhibit | Art & Appetite

I've always considered printmaking to be an almost magical process. I’ve watched artists painstakingly carving away at wood blocks or scratching away on copper plates, carefully considering the choice of inks or dyes to use.... — Updated 10/22/2017 Full story

 
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Cascadia Art Museum exhibit displays color prints

Cascadia Art Museum’s new exhibit, “Territorial Hues: The Color Print and Washington State, 1920-1960,” opened Oct. 5 and continues through Jan. 7. The exhibition and catalog... — Updated 10/6/2017

 
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Gallery North to host Seattle Co-Arts painters

Through the month of October, Gallery North in downtown Edmonds will feature the work of 21 local artists and members of Seattle Co-Arts. The show – “A Painted Celebration” ... — Updated 9/27/2017

 
 By Nicholas Johnson    A&E

Oil paintings portray dreamy landscapes, realistic still life

Beginning Thursday, the Cole Gallery in downtown Edmonds welcomes the award-winning work of two Northwest oil painters. Works by Michelle Waldele of Bothell and Scott Gellatly of... — Updated 9/20/2017

 

Seniors Calendar

Mill Creek Senior Center, 15720 Main St., Mill Creek, 425-948-7170 There’s a wide range of programs and opportunities provided by the Mill Creek Senior Center. Here’s a sampling: Osher Lifelong Learning Institute – and the... — Updated 9/15/2017

 
 By Nicholas Johnson    A&E

Winners emerge in Beauty of the Northwest show

Though the judging of Gallery North’s 2017 Beauty of the Northwest exhibit is complete, the show goes on. The gallery in downtown Edmonds is hosting the 8th-annual show through... — Updated 9/13/2017

 

Seniors' Calendar

Mukilteo’s Rosehill Community Center, 304 Lincoln Ave., Mukilteo, 425-263-8180 A range of courses, classes and other activities are offered for seniors. Among them: A.B.C. Class – Agility, Balance, Coordination – Join us for a... — Updated 8/17/2017 Full story

 
 By Nicholas Johnson    A&E

Meet 2 acclaimed NW painters at Art Walk

Two Northwest painters are taking over the Cole Gallery in downtown Edmonds beginning Thursday, Aug. 17. Paintings by Oregon-native Michael Orwick depicting scenes from his recent... — Updated 8/16/2017

 
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Artist’s love of nature on display through August

Award-winning artist Lonni Rae Flowers has a love of nature that comes through in her paintings, scarves and jewelry. This month, Gallery North in downtown Edmonds is featuring... — Updated 8/2/2017 Full story

 
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Earth inspires July exhibit’s featured artists

Whether as a material or a subject, the earth is integral to the work of potter Melinda O’Malley and painter Leah Rene Welch. O’Malley’s ceramic work and Welch’s paintings... — Updated 6/28/2017

 

Having good courage means having faith | Worship

“Be strong and of a good courage; be not afraid, neither be thou dismayed: for the Lord thy God is with thee whithersoever thou goest” (Joshua 1:9). In the Bible, there is a... — Updated 6/28/2017

 
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Swapp, Crider get into ‘Details’ at Gallery North

Gallery North announces its June featured exhibit, "It’s in the Details!,” with painter Susan Swapp and potter Bernadette Crider. The public is invited to meet the artists... — Updated 6/7/2017 Full story

 
 By Chuck Sigars    General

That time the choir stayed late | Chuck's World

I think I could explain this. I think. But it would get a little indulgent. I’d start tossing out subjects like Franz Mesmer, animal magnetism, “On The Road,” John Bunyan,... — Updated 5/31/2017

 
 By Brian Soergel    News

Michael Reagan: A hero to military families

You can expect shoulder-to-shoulder crowds Monday during the Edmonds Veterans Plaza dedication. Dignitaries. Veterans. Veterans’ families. The curious. But long after the pomp... — Updated 5/25/2017

 
 By Chuck Sigars    General

Blasts from the past | Chuck's World

Every three to four years, eyeballing it but probably close to correct, I write a semi-screed about nostalgia. Sentimentality about the past is right in my wheelhouse, but it’s... — Updated 5/10/2017

 
 By James Spangler    General

At least there’s the booze | Art & Appetite

I recently attended a musical that, in part, explored the British class structure. An unlikely romance blossoms between members of upper and lower classes, which challenges the notion of a natural superiority of the aristocracy.... — Updated 5/5/2017

 
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Edmonds artist to share her ‘Joyful Connections’

May’s featured artist at Gallery North in downtown Edmonds is award-winning Edmonds artist Kathleen A. Johnson. Her show, titled "Joyful Connections,” will feature her... — Updated 5/3/2017 Full story

 
 By James Spangler    General

Who’s Frank? We’ll never tell | Art & Appetite

“Female of the Species” Rating: 4.5 out of 5 Where: Phoenix Theatre, 9673 Firdale Ave., Edmonds When: Through April 30 Tickets: $12-$19 Information: www.tptedmonds.org, 206-533-2000 Spoiler alert: If you like to go into the... — Updated 4/20/2017

 
 By Nicholas Johnson    News

Larsen invites high school artists to submit work

Once again, U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen is inviting high school-aged students in throughout the 2nd Congressional District to showcase their artistic talents in this year’s... — Updated 4/19/2017

 
 By James Spangler    General

Smitten by the curator | Art & Appetite

This weekend, I had the good fortune to tag along with a crowd of about 20 art lovers for Cascadia Art Museum’s sold-out Sunday morning "Coffee With the Curator." My... — Updated 4/15/2017

 

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