Cascadia Art Museum gala sold out, ribbon cutting Saturday

Cascadia Art Museum is dedicated to the legacy of Northwest art.
Cascadia Art Museum is dedicated to the legacy of Northwest art. This piece is by Steven D. Fuller, untitled, circa 1952, watercolor; collection of Marise Person.

Updated at 8 AM Wednesday.

Cascadia Art Museum’s gala Thursday, Sept. 10 in Edmonds’ Salish Crossing is now sold out. All are invited to the museum ribbon cutting at 9:45 a.m. Saturday.

You can learn more online at Cascadia Art Museum.

3 Replies to “Cascadia Art Museum gala sold out, ribbon cutting Saturday”

  1. Thank you Lindsey and Carolyn Echelbarger, Nick Echelbarger, fellow Cascadia Art Museum Board members, and many others for helping our community realize a long term goal of developing an exceptional art museum. As stated by Roger Brooks when he presented to our community in 2012 about the 20 Ingredients of a Successful Downtown, the heart and soul every community, besides its people, is its downtown. I am hoping that our newest cultural asset will help further strengthen the heart and soul of our community and add to Edmonds’ reputation as one that strongly supports the arts and creativity.

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