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An Oscar party, a night at the opera, a tribute to a troubled Texas troubadour, and more.
Southern cuisine, the Sonnet Shoppe, an art history talk, Drama Dock and more.
The Cape Verdean musician will play Open Space for Arts Community this Saturday.
Editor’s Note: This article, originally published on February 6, has been significantly updated to reflect changes in dates and times for the Arts & Humanities… Continue reading
“Improvising While Black on Vashon Island” is part of a series examing racial equity and justice.
Vashon’s Lelavision invites islanders to participate with them at the Hello/Goodbye Viaduct Art Festival on the top deck of the now-closed Alaskan Way Viaduct near… Continue reading
“We avoid insipid cutesy pap — our shows are smarter and stranger than that.”
Most venues are open from 6 to 9 p.m.
Wild Moccasins and 20 Eyes Wild Moccasins, a well-known Houston indie-pop dance band, will rock the house at an all-ages show, featuring music from their… Continue reading
The series will feature period instrument specialists from North America and Europe.
Poetry, the Posies, a puppet slam, and more.
A Russian piano prodigy is first up in the lineup.
The talk will focus on poetry’s role as a catalyst for redress, resistance and consciousness.
The free, family-friendly event takes place on Jan. 26 at the Vashon Theater.
The band celebrated their 30th anniversary in 2018 and the re-release of several classic albums.
Music, art, storytelling and “travels with the self.”
A family show will play at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Vashon Center for the Arts.
The Roosevelt Jazz Band comes to Vashon Jan. 12.
The JD Hobson Band, enrollment for a children’s violin and guitar ensemble group, and more.
Most galleries and art spots open at 6 p.m.