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According to Ed Holmes, the creative voice is present within all of us.
Support Vashon Center for the Arts, learn about plankton, and enroll in sculpture classes.
Last week, islanders and weekend visitors wandered out to partake in the first “First Friday” of the fall season — a night filled with familiar… Continue reading
Seattle-based band General Mojo’s to close out Summer Stage season at Open Space.
“Liquid Light” returns, in a follow-up from its debut presentation from July 4th.
“Where We Came From” preserves group’s stories for their friends, families and next generation.
“Together We Rise,” is a free, all-are-welcome yoga class on Labor Day weekend. Donations are welcome.
Open Space for Arts & Community and local producer Debra Heesch will present the Portland, Oregon-based act, Shook Twins, at an outdoor concert that will… Continue reading
Fall arts classes, upcoming performances, a celebration of life for Marshall Murray
First Friday will launch VCA’s annual art auction, which culminates with a gala on Friday, Sept. 24
Is it over yet? COVID, that is? When will things get back to normal, we wonder. Isn’t it what we all want? It’s not what… Continue reading
One More Mile is closer for Concerts in Park, Croaker plays the pub, and more.
Some major events are coming to the arts center this fall.
By Peter Woodburn For Vashon Heritage Museum When the Vashon Heritage Museum opened its exhibit, “IN and OUT: Being LGBTQ on Vashon Island,” back on… Continue reading
By Larry Lark, contributor Residents of the PNW are no strangers to Subaru. In fact, they seem to be everywhere. The 2022 Subaru Outback Wilderness… Continue reading
By Larry Lark, contributor I’m not sure words can do the 2021 McLaren GT justice. But given the privilege of a four-day, 300-mile test drive,… Continue reading
By Larry Lark, contributor It’s the way of the world. As old models go, new one’s replace them. Kinda like humans, I guess. The all-new… Continue reading
Ann Spiers has always been inspired by the landscapes and climate of the Pacific Northwest.
The performances will include hybrid dance creations by choreographers Rena Butler and Mark Caserta.
Here, we meet up a familiar face to many: photographer Michelle Bates.