Edmonds Art Beat: All about the (live) music!

 Live chamber music returns to Cascadia Art Museum  Music in the Museum  July 17 at 5 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. $12 Members | $18 Non-Members  Cascadia Art Museum is resuming its well-loved classical chamber music concert series, Music in the Museum, on Saturday July 17 at 5 p.m. and repeated at 7:30 p.m. The program…

Edmonds Art Beat: Local artists to see and hear around town this week

Kristine Cooper’s newest showcase at Caffe Ladro Local artist Kristine Cooper is currently showcasing artwork at the Caffe Ladro in Edmonds, located at 8403 Main St. The show will be available through September 2021. Cooper has been creating art since she was a child, starting with sidewalk chalk, and ending up majoring in studio fine…

Art Beat: Featured radio show Dead Electric – vintage synth finds its home

Looking for something new and entertaining for your ears? Here it is, a radio show playing the “sounds of past futures.” Dead Electric, a show you can hear on independent public radio station 90.7 KSER in Everett and 89.9 KXIR on Whidbey Island, showcases vintage synth, space and new age music from the ’70s and…

Edmonds Art Beat: Featured artist Angie Louthan – finding the fun again

Northwest artist Angie Louthan has been coloring and drawing her entire life. For many years that was cartoon, characters, flowers, people and animals. After taking art classes in high school, getting graded on her work and comparing herself to other students, she hit that point that stops many of us from moving forward: The moment…

Edmonds Art Beat: What to see, hear and do around town

What to See: Take in a gallery or check out a new artist. Cole Gallery presents abstraction and impressionism with C.A. Pierce and Kathy Gale Through May 3, Cole Gallery will be showcasing the art of two well-known artists. C.A. (Carol) Pierce, renowned for her abstract art, displays a new show capturing both mood and mystery…

Edmonds Art Beat: A must-see ballet premier, Art on the Fence and a poetry reading

Olympic Ballet Theater presents In a Clearing  Olympic Ballet Theater is presenting a new way to enjoy ballet with its two-part series in April. Part 1, Efanora, is currently available on YouTube and part 2, In a Clearing, premiers Friday April 9. Choreographed by Karl Watson, a Seattle dancer with Whim W’him and frequent guest…

Edmonds Art Beat: February brings us music, film, art and trivia

Cascade Symphony Orchestra to present annual Children’s Concert – online – Saturday, Feb. 6 The annual Children’s Concert by Cascade Symphony Orchestra will be at 3 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 6. This year’s event, Discover Your Passion, will be presented virtually. The event, which is great for kids from ages 5 to 12, will be…

Edmonds Art Beat: MLK Jr. Tribute, Jeff Daniels livestream, Cole Gallery featured show

Becoming Brave ­– Third annual tribute to Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Reverend Dr. Brenda Salter McNeil, author, professor and reconciliation thought leader, will be the featured speaker at the third annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. tribute on Monday, Jan. 18. McNeil is an associate professor at Seattle Pacific University and recently…

Edmonds Art Beat: A FanJazztic fundraiser, Artist Sunday and a new art exhibit

DeMiero Jazz Fest Fundraiser happening NOW! The DeMiero Jazz Fest, an annual non-competitive vocal jazz festival, kicked off its One FanJazztic fundraiser Friday. There will be a week of virtual auctions and live performances to raise funds for the DeMiero Jazz Festival, which has a mission to provide world-class jazz experiences through education, clinics and…