Event Series EmergEAST

EmergEAST

Heritage University Virginia Hislop Gallery 3240 Fort Road, Toppenish, WA

EmergEAST: March 01-31, 2023 Heritage University’s Fine Art Department in conjunction with Gallery 110 in Seattle, is pleased to present a selection of artwork from eastern Washington emerging artists. The exhibit on display is the first segment of a two part exhibition opportunity for the selected artists, as 10 of the 15 artists will be… Continue Reading EmergEAST

Free

“Material Matters” Fine Art and Craft Exhibition

Childhood's End Gallery 222 4th Ave W, Olympia

"Material Matters" is a collection of bold new work in a diverse array of materials. Five local artists present their work in cut feathers (Chris Maynard), batik (Lisa Kattenbraker), ceramic sculpture (Garrison Coverdale), watercolor (Julie Creighton), and carved blocks (Sara Gettys). Come by during our open hours to explore the collection. Join us for an… Continue Reading “Material Matters” Fine Art and Craft Exhibition

Red Barn Event – Nexus Ski Film with Sasha Dingle

Wenatchee River Institute 347 Division Street, Leavenworth, WA

Join us and Sasha Dingle, Leavenworth professional skier, to host a screening of the new ski film, Nexus. Right before the fall of Saigon, two teenage sisters, Cúc and Liên (Daisy and Lotus), escaped from the Vietnam War and fled to the U.S. as refugees. As they settled into their new homes, they found community… Continue Reading Red Barn Event – Nexus Ski Film with Sasha Dingle

Free

Los Lobos with Gaby Moreno

Washington Center Main Stage 512 Washington St. SE, Olympia, WA

Grammy-winning Los Lobos returns with special Guest Gaby Moreno! Over the last five decades, the East L.A.-bred band has made an indelible mark on music history by exploring an enormous diversity of genres—rock-and-roll and R&B, surf music and soul, mariachi and música norteña, punk rock and country—and building a boldly unpredictable sound all their own.… Continue Reading Los Lobos with Gaby Moreno

$45 – $109
Event Series EmergEAST: Artist Reception

EmergEAST: Artist Reception

Heritage University Virginia Hislop Gallery 3240 Fort Road, Toppenish, WA

EmergEAST: March 01-31, 2023 Heritage University’s Fine Art Department in conjunction with Gallery 110 in Seattle, is pleased to present a selection of artwork from eastern Washington emerging artists. The exhibit on display is the first segment of a two part exhibition opportunity for the selected artists, as 10 of the 15 artists will be… Continue Reading EmergEAST: Artist Reception

Free

25th Othello Sandhill Crane Festival

Othello Nazarene Church, 835 S 10th Ave, Othello, WA. 835 S 10th Ave, Othello, WA

The 25th Annual Festival celebrating the migratory Sandhill Crane will be held March 24-26, 2023, in Othello Washington.

Distant Worlds – Alien Life?

WSU Planetarium 231 Sloan Hall, WSU Campus, Pullman, WA

A tour of March night skies, followed by a fulldome immersive video, “Distant Worlds – Alien Life?” This short film explores the topic of astrobiology and imagines what lifeforms might be like on some of the new worlds that astronomers have discovered. Cash or check only, no credit.

$5

Free Seeds at the Walla Walla Public Library

Walla Walla Public Library 238 E. Alder, Walla Walla

The seasonal seed library is returning to the Walla Walla Public Library, with over 40 varieties of vegetables and herbs available to anyone with a library card and a desire to grow something—no green thumb required. Beginning March 11, library-goers can take home up to 5 seed packets to help start a personal vegetable, herb,… Continue Reading Free Seeds at the Walla Walla Public Library

Free

Randy Regier: Playing in Reverse

Boxx Gallery 616 Maple Street, Tieton, WA

At first glance, "Randy Regier: Play in Reverse”—Boxx Gallery’s first retrospective—looks like a collection of vintage toys and games from the 1940s, ‘50s, and ‘60s. Look closer and some of the objects and their packaging reveal that arch humor is at play here. Study them a little longer and notice deeper references to popular culture… Continue Reading Randy Regier: Playing in Reverse

Free