Posts for category ‘Art’

Everett’s Art Walk is expanding and you are invited.
denisegl | March 30, 2011 | 10:13 am

All artists are invited to expand their creativitiy with Everett’s Art Walk. The Everett Art Walk is expanding to both designated street sites as well as a tent area. The tented area will be in the parking lot at 2914 Wetmore Ave. the street spaces will run on Wetmore Ave, Rockefellar Ave, Oakes Ave and Hewitt Ave. Growth will expand on Colby and Hoyt Avenues. The cost for a 10×10 tented space Read more »

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Corner Studio and Gallery and Janet Wold Art present their first group show
denisegl | March 12, 2011 | 1:46 pm

Corner Studio and Gallery and Janet Wold Art; present their first group show of the season. The new March Show is appropriately titled “Spring” with the show emphasis on the return of our favorite birds. The show will feature songbirds, lovebirds, small pond & field birds, and backyard squawkers. With more then 25 regional artists participating, the mediums and styles run the gauntlet.  There are paintings in oils, acrylics and watercolors, as well as Mono prints, hand colored Etchings, and Encaustics. For those that love 3 dimensional Read more »

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Lights too! City seeking letters of interest for sculptural light elements
denisegl | March 9, 2011 | 9:48 am

The City of Everett is seeking letters of interest from qualified artists or artist teams for design and fabrication of sculptural light elements along Hoyt Avenue, Everett’s Arts & Festivals Street. In the heart of downtown, this three-block streetscape is anchored by the Everett Public Library,  Artspace- 40 artist lofts and studios, the Imagine Children’s Museum and opening in April, The Schack Art Center, a 30,000 square foot, multi-use regional arts center with facilities for Read more »

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City looking for artists to create bike racks. New artistic bike racks to enhance Hoyt Avenue streetscape
denisegl | March 9, 2011 | 9:25 am

The City of Everett is seeking proposals from qualified artists or artist teams for design and fabrication of sculptural bike racks along Hoyt Avenue, Everett’s Arts & Festivals Street. In the heart of downtown, this three-block streetscape is anchored by the Everett Public Library, Artspace-40 artist lofts and studios, the Imagine Children’s Museum and opening in April, The Schack Art Center,a 30,000 square foot, multi-use regional arts center with facilities for glass blowing, kiln forming, and multiple Read more »

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3231 hosts Charity event
denisegl | March 7, 2011 | 4:52 am

On Saturday Feb 19th, 3231 Creatives hosted an event called “Chairity”. Over 20 chairs created by local artists including Cocoon House residents were offered in silent auction with proceeds to support the local artists, Cocoon House and the 3231 Creatives project. The highlight of the show was the chairs themselves. …Check these out! There was as wide a variety of media and styles as could be imagined. In addition to the chairs, attendees to the event decorated their own ceramic tiles, viewed visual artists at work in studio, received “chair massages” and enjoyed bluegrass and country music performances Read more »

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58th Annual Rock & Gem Show displays beauty in stone, jewelry and gems
denisegl | February 16, 2011 | 10:48 am

The 58th Annual Rock & Gem show takes place Saturday, February 26-27, Sat-10am-6, Sun-10am-5pm at the National Guard Armory 2730 Oakes Ave. Call for details at (425)232-0809 or visit www.everettrockclub.com. The show includes displays, exhibits, silent auctions, kid’s activities, demonstrations, jewelry and lapidary art as well as dealers and club sales. There will be hourly door prizes. It is said that certain gems contain healing energies. Some say they are simply beautiful Read more »

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29th Annual H’Arts Benefit Auction is February 26th
denisegl | February 7, 2011 | 5:55 am

For the 29th year the Arts Council of Snohomish County is hosting the H’Arts (Helping the Arts) Benefit Auction to raise money for the visual arts and connect the community with local artists. This year Read more »

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3231 Creatives Art walk and charity auction to begin mid February
denisegl | February 2, 2011 | 6:18 pm

Off the Wall – Chairs for All  Art Chairs are now filling 3231 Creatives, at 3231 Broadway in Everett, WA, in preparation for a silent art “Chairity” Auction, for which bidding will be open Feb. 4th- Feb. 25th, and awards will be given on Feb. 19th from 4 to 7pm.  3231 Creatives has partnered with the local youth shelter, Cocoon House, to showcase creative interpretations and expressions on various types of chairs, all to be auctioned in support of Cocoon House and 3231. Artists from the local area have taken great pride in elaborately designing, decorating and restructuring old, unused chairs into imaginative, whimsical and sometimes downright funny Read more »

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Holiday Show will send this year “Out with a Bang!”
denisegl | November 17, 2010 | 12:46 pm

Garden Apron by Susan Russell

For the 2010 Holiday Show, the Arts Council of Snohomish County hopes to send this year “Out with a Bang”. The exhibit, which opens November 18th, 5-8pm 1507 Wall St. in downtown Everett will feature work from all of the past twenty Arts Council Artist of the Year honorees. Holiday shoppers will also find a wonderful assortment of glass and pottery by Northwest artists.

Since 1992 the Arts Council has honored a local artist with a solo exhibit as “Artist of the Year”. Each of the following twenty artists were selected for this honor by their peers and the artistic community for the quality of their art, dedication to the profession, and continuous advocacy for the arts. Read more »

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Students perform Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde At EvCC
denisegl | November 15, 2010 | 12:00 am
Everett Community College students Brandon Etchson (left) and Robert Ireland are 2 of the 4 actors that play Dr. Hyde

Everett Community College students bring the classic tale of inner demons and unchecked evil “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde,” to the stage at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 18-20 and Dec. 2-4 in Baker Hall, Room 120. Jeffrey Hatcher’s adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s  “The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde,” delves into the psychology of Dr. Jekyll’ s madness. Four actors play the role of Hyde, as Dr. Jekyll tries in vain to keep his demons at bay. The Victorian melodrama puts complex spin on the familiar story of depravity, Read more »

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