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In this ongoing series, we hear from island restaurateurs about how they are faring in the pandemic.
Catch a flick at the drive-in (“Go, greased lightnin!”), take a trip to Mars at VALISE, and more.
Four pieces slated to take the stage at the Vashon Center for Dance have been reworked for video.
Two programs, both Vashon bird-centric, will be shown on the big screen on Tuesday.
Drive the red carpet at Open Space, Passport2Pain switches gears, Rotary plans a benefit, and more.
“It’s Late on Vashon” features local talent and special guests and streams online.
The livestreamed event will include entertainment, special guests, “door” prizes and more.
The world of connection and love and surprise doesn’t die in a pandemic.
The mosaic artist recounts her inspirations, how her life and artwork have unfolded amid pandemic.
Almost every island family engages in the arts in some way.
Vashon Live shows have had close to 250,000 views since the series began in early March.
“I have so enjoyed working with the VCA team through the years and that continues to be the case.”
The virus has pushed him to work even harder, creating 34 paintings since October.
Movie magic, Sundae + Mr. Goessl pop up in concert, author pens an island mystery, and more.
Drive up to the drive-in, Ian Moore concert sure to please, and more.
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.