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A virtual variety show, a public art initiative, and more.
Arts center director calls recent layoffs ‘a loss that can’t be overstated.’
Glitter and Be Gay, Vashon Theatre fills its digital multiplex, mythologist Michael Meade, and more.
Celebrate in a socially distant way by joining a number of online community programs.
The Killian family loves being outdoors and nourishing deep relationships with their animals.
Upcoming concerts with Vashon Live, Groups screen ‘13th’ and discuss it, Artful totems, and more.
Steffon Moody, a well-known islander, is now The Beachcomber’s “go-to” artist for editorial cartoons.
This is the latest installment of a new series hearing from island chefs and restaurant owners.
This installment of an ongoing series recognizes seniors who have excelled in the performing arts.
The Big Pitch competition, put on by TLG Motion Pictures (“Hoarders”), started about six months ago.
Vashon Center for the Arts will continue its shift to online presentations with upcoming shows.
The oldest winner of the organization’s haiku contest took the top prize in the Nature category.
The Beachcomber is debuting a series of profiles of island farms.
Recommended: More artful experiences to enjoy from the comfort of your own sofa.
“During this pandemic, collaboration and supporting each other is key.”
Kathleen Kinney has painted, designed, taught, created and exhibited for decades.
Homegrown entertainment is easy to find.
Mary Lynn Buss, a tile and mosaic master, in her own words.
This is the first installment in a new series for The Beachcomber.
Creating functional ware allows her to focus on things people use and interact with every day.