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Vashon Center for the Arts hosts its annual affair of wine tasting, lectures and art this weekend.
Concert-goers can expect to hear music that is stirring, contemplative and topical.
Artworks call on their viewers to step up to protect the fragile ecosystems of the Salish Sea.
Tributes to music greats, a showcase of island gardens, beer and the Blues, and more.
A fresh narrative, built around Vashonian lore, will adapt famous soundtrack to island story.
Claudia Schmidt, a celebrated singer-songwriter, will perform at a house concert at 7 p.m. Monday.
The lecture will include performances by acclaimed musicians.
Island’s first art walk of the summer will unfold from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, June 7.
Performance will incorporate ballet, hip hop and modern dance to tell familiar story.
Founded punk band The Mekons and alt-country ensembles The Waco Brothers and Pine Valley Cosmonauts.
Mulvey began his career as a college student busking on the streets of Dublin, Ireland.
Clown school gymnasts, young string players in concert, “A Swampbottom Jamboree,” and more.
The acclaimed activist and artist will present programs for youth and general audiences.
Double bill to include traditional and reinvented classics, original mixes of dance styles
Both will read selections from old and new collections.
The Californian folk trio meld love, self-reflection and social justice into their music.
A punk rock flea market, an open call audition, a dancing double bill, and more.
Presentation will feature singer/percussionist Jose Moreno and guitarist Pedro Cortes.
A Vashon screening is bookended by the film’s Seattle premiere at SIFF.
A night of guitar, “A Streetcar Named Desire,” an exhibit of photos from the border, and more.