Four Minutes of Fame

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

Take Your Four Minutes of Fame on the center stage! The Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center and Write On The River are co-hosting Four Minutes of Fame, a free open mic for all local writers, on Wednesday, May 22. From 6-9 PM, writers, poets, and spoken word artists will have four minutes max to […]

Free

Exclusive Tour at the Art Museum with Walla Walla Foundry President

Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art WSU 1535 NE Wilson Road, Pullman, United States

On Thursday, May 23rd from 3:00-4:00 p.m., Jonathan Follett, President of the Walla Walla Foundry, will share fascinating details concerning the fabrication of some of the world’s most ambitious artworks. Beginning with Mine Camp (1991), a seminal sculpture created by artists Edward and Nancy Reddin Kienholz, Follett will also highlight additional projects his organization has […]

Free

At the Depot | Palouse People talk – Remembering Fallen Cougars

Pullman Depot Heritage Center 330 N. Grand Ave., Pullman, United States

We are very much looking forward to WSU History Department graduate students, Jordan Bergstrom, Kyley Canion-Brewer, and Cassie Crismanq giving another Fallen Cougars presentation. Under the direction of Dr. Ray Sun, the ongoing Fallen Cougars project assembles information and photos as a way of honoring the war dead of Washington State College (now University). Each […]

San Juan Island Art Studio Tour

San Juan Island Artist Studio Tour Celebrates 33 Years With 24 Open Artist’s studios on San Juan Island Saturday and Sunday, June 1st and 2nd, 2024 10:00am to 5:00pm Explore San Juan Island and visit 23 workspaces, following a self guided tour map which will lead you to tucked away home studios, secret gardens and […]

Free

Detached and Detaching – Barbara Noonan

Lynn Hanson Gallery 312 S. Washington St, Seattle, WA, United States

Lynn Hanson Gallery is thrilled to be featuring Detached and Detaching by Barbara Noonan. Her newest collection of soft pastel paintings over watercolor washes range from subtle palettes to vibrant hues. The series will intrigue and challenge viewers. Bowls that are eerily afloat in space. A tea cup tethered to the shadows, and yet, where […]

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PNW Treasures Tour with Randy Lewis

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

Explore the best of the Pacific Northwest with Randy Lewis! Embark on a captivating journey through the stunning landscapes and rich history of the Columbia River, the Methow Valley, and the iconic Liberty Bell with local native storyteller, Randy Lewis. On Saturday, June 8th, starting at 8:45 AM, travelers will begin their journey at the […]

$90 – $110

PUNCH presents: Fatal Abstraction

PUNCH Projects 10630 Thorp Hwy N, Thorp, Thorp, WA, United States

PUNCH presents: Fatal Abstraction Every Saturday in May in the old Thorp fire station, 12-4 pm Opening: May 4, 12-4pm with music & beer! This May, PUNCH presents a survey of work by six (mostly) regional artists, who individually approach the notion of abstraction in their own personal and inventive ways. And though our clever […]

Free

Larson Gallery Guild Members’ Exhibition

Larson Gallery YVCC, Yakima, WA, United States

Larson Gallery Guild Members' Exhibition June 8 – 29, 2024 Opening reception: Saturday, June 8 from 3-5pm This annual non-juried exhibition highlights the creativity of the members of the Larson Gallery Guild. The Larson Gallery Guild consists of approximately 400 members and in 2023, this exhibition had around 90 entries. Since Guild members can only […]

Free

Signs, Signs, Everywhere Signs: The Art of Bob Mortenson

Skagit County Historical Museum 501 S. 4th St., La Conner, United States

Signs, Signs, Everywhere Signs features the life and work of local sign maker, graphic artist, and painter Bob Mortenson of Mortenson Signs of Mount Vernon. Since the early 80's, the family business has grown from a one-man operation in the garage where everything was done by hand to a team employing the latest of technology. […]

$10