EmergEAST: Artist Reception @ Gallery 110 Seattle

Gallery 110 110 3rd Ave. S., Seattle, WA

With this year’s launch of the Emerging Artist Program, EmergEAST, Gallery 110 sought to support emerging visual artists artists from predominantly rural regions in Eastern Washington who are not afforded similar access and opportunities to connect with larger audiences in metro areas. Fifteen artists from east of the Cascade Mountains were selected as semi-finalists by… Continue Reading EmergEAST: Artist Reception @ Gallery 110 Seattle

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Cholas, Chillonas, y Chingonas Art Exhibition

Cafe con Arte, 430 W Columbia St. Suite A, Pasco, WA 99301 430 W Columbia St. Suite A, Pasco, WA, United States

Xinachtli Arts & Humanities (pronounced she-notch-lee) presents its inaugural exhibition as described by artist Madeline Alviso Ramirez, "Washingtoneras unveiling history, sharing sacred space, empowering La Chola, La Chillona, y La Chingona as Las Cinco WaChingonas" is a curated show of Chicana perspectives. The two month exhibition will be held at the new gallery Cafe con… Continue Reading Cholas, Chillonas, y Chingonas Art Exhibition

Mother Tongue: Rafael Soldi and Victor Yañez-Lazcano Exhibit

Sarah Spurgeon Gallery, Central Washington University Dean Nicholson Boulevard, Ellensburg, WA, United States

Mother Tongue is a two-person exhibit of photo-based media and installation that explores the fluidity of language, and how that fluidity mirrors the experience of queerness and immigration. Rafael Soldi is a Peruvian-born artist and independent curator based in Seattle. Victor Yañez-Lazcano is an assistant professor of photography at the University of Washington. Weekdays 10… Continue Reading Mother Tongue: Rafael Soldi and Victor Yañez-Lazcano Exhibit

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Event Series Kairos Noon Lunch Concerts

Kairos Noon Lunch Concerts

Hal Holmes Community Center 209 N Ruby ST, Ellensburg, WA, United States

Informal, fun, 40-minute concerts for the community featuring CWU music professors, students, and Ellensburg community members performing a wide variety of very short pieces. Everyone is welcome – in particular young children who have a hard time sitting still, and so usually don’t attend concerts. A low hum of background noise, chomping sounds, and impromptu… Continue Reading Kairos Noon Lunch Concerts

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Randy Regier: Playing in Reverse

Boxx Gallery 616 Maple Street, Tieton, WA, United States

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

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Remember the Ladies: Notable Grant County Women

Moses Lake Museum and Art Center 401 S. Balsam Moses Lake WA, 98837 401 S. Balsam St., Moses Lake, WA, United States

Join Museum Superintendent Dollie Boyd as she shares an interesting, informative presentation about notable Grant County women and their accomplishments. From "farm wife" to mayor, Grant County women have been central to the growth and community in every Grant County town. Featured Image: Ruth Powers Schonert and Bertha Eccles Guffin 1927 or 1928 on C&O… Continue Reading Remember the Ladies: Notable Grant County Women

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42nd National Juried Photography Exhibition

Larson Gallery YVCC, Yakima, WA, United States

42nd National Juried Photography Exhibition MARCH 9 – APRIL 20, 2024 Opening reception March 9, 3-5pm This National Juried Exhibition features photographers from around the United States. The call for artists accepts both photography and video submitted online using the website callforentry.org. The juror for this exhibit is Thomas Harris Thomas Harris formerly resided in… Continue Reading 42nd National Juried Photography Exhibition

Environmental Film and Speaker Series Presents: The Biggest Little Farm

Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center 127 South Mission, Wenatchee, Washington, United States

The Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center is hosting a screening of the award-nominated documentary "The Biggest Little Farm." On Thursday, March 14, 2024, 7-9 PM, join us as we learn about what it takes to operate a farm in while persevering through environmental challenges in the 21st century. "The Biggest Little Farm" chronicles the… Continue Reading Environmental Film and Speaker Series Presents: The Biggest Little Farm

Free – $5

Main Gallery- Chad Yenney and Will Bow: Vacation Club

Moses Lake Museum and Art Center 401 S. Balsam Moses Lake WA, 98837 401 S. Balsam St., Moses Lake, WA, United States

Show Dates: March 15 – May 3, 2024 Opening Reception: March 15, 2024 from 4-7 PM We invite viewers to take a respite from their daily lives and explore a world of nostalgia, wonder, and mystery. Chad Yenney’s medium is primarily mixed media collage with works on paper, in resin and on canvas or panel.… Continue Reading Main Gallery- Chad Yenney and Will Bow: Vacation Club

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