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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.
UMO School of Physical Arts is now enrolling for Winter Session with a range of offerings, including aerial, circus gymnastics, parkour and more. For more… Continue reading