The Kitchen Sink exhibit in the main gallery of Valise is an installation featuring the work of George and Amelie Rebus (Courtesy Photo).

The Kitchen Sink exhibit in the main gallery of Valise is an installation featuring the work of George and Amelie Rebus (Courtesy Photo).

Updated: First Friday promises art array

Most spots are open from 6 to 9 p.m.

  • Monday, March 9, 2020 12:58pm
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Vashon’s First Friday beckons this week with a gallery cruise at a number of island art spots. The night will include several photography exhibits and the opening of “On The Shoulder of Women” at Vashon Center for the Arts. To see a complete list of art and music, visit vashonevents.org.

Most spots are open from 6 to 9 p.m.

Camp Colvos

Photos by Lindsay Hill with jazz performed by Standard Time

Gather Vashon

Arts by various local artists will be on display

The Hardware Store Restaurant

Photography by Molly O’Brien

Island Paperchase/Alice Larson

“Thinking Warm and Dry with Tropical Origami”

Margaret In The Hallway

“Dog Parks of King County, Mixed Media on Maps”

RELISH

Art by Pam Eshelmen will be on display

Snapdragon Cafe and Bakery

Art by Chris Ballew

VALISE

Update: VALISE Gallery has dropped out of tonight’s First Friday gallery cruise. The gallery will remain open during regular business hours, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays including this weekend through March 28.

Vashon Bikes

Art made from repurposed bike parts created by Leah Mann

Vashon Bookshop

Music by “Listen in the Kitchen”

Vashon Senior Center

Update: The center will be closed on Friday until further notice over fears of the novel coronavirus.


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