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For this week, the walls of Vashon Center for the Arts will be filled with works by 22 local artists
The book explores how climate change indicators affect the daily work of scientists.
Arts center joins joins ‘Remembrance Project,’ VALISE reopens for a gallery cruise, and more.
“It is important to create hope and inspiration and for people to fall in love with what they see.”
The new work on display will include watercolors, paintings, paper cut images, and mixed media work.
Vashon Island Visual Artists has developed a new way to stay ahead of COVID-19.
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Works of art created by fourth-graders are now on display on Vashon.
The Beachcomber is soliciting commentaries and contributions by island youth ages 8 to 17.
In art-starved June of 2020, the most unlikely of aesthetic pleasures arrived in islanders’ mailboxes
The series “Facing Our Local Heroes” continues.
Summer arts fest rolls on, must-see flicks at the drive-in, catch a concert online, and more.
Faith, family, good work and community are life tenets of the Medeiros family.
Summer arts fest rolls on, catch a flick at the drive-in, summer camp at the arts center, and more.
COVID-19 outbreak claims another event
A review of the book, “Black Imagination: Black Voices on Black Futures.”
Island artists talk about their work in her own words in this ongoing series.
The island’s arts scene is gearing up for the summer.
A lineup of classic films on the lawn at Open Space for Arts Community will show throughout July.