Artfully Edmonds: Winter solstice

The sun will stand still at 5:11 p.m. this Saturday (not literally, but it will look that way if you are using ancient astronomical tools of measurement), marking the longest…

Artfully Edmonds: Scenes from Artwalk

Thursday night’s Art Walk was, as one of the many sidewalk musicians put it, squinting into the sun, “probably the last good one we’ll have.” The public turned out in…

Artfully Edmonds: Arts on the Front Line

Judith Larsen’s portraits of “Frontline Heroes” honor female news correspondents whose lives were cut short in the line of duty. Larsen felt a growing sense of urgency to preserve the…

Artfully Edmonds: Fall for a good cause

Edmonds Cultural Plan Survey I mentioned in last week’s column that the City of Edmonds is gearing up to write a new six-year plan for the future of art culture…

Artfully Edmonds: Change is in the wind

On Wednesday night this week, the Community Cultural Advising Team met for the first time to discuss goals for the next six years of Edmonds arts culture. The team, selected…

Artfully Edmonds: Get out of the studio!

For many artists, the hardest part of the job has nothing to do with what goes on in the studio space and workshops. Finding the resources (and courage) to share…

Artfully Edmonds: Round and around we’ll go

Thursday night was the Edmonds Arts Commission’s first look at three project proposals for the future Five Corners Roundabout. Out of 22 submitted applications, the jury invited CJ Rench, Julie…

Artfully Edmonds: I’m baack!

First of all, a HUGE thanks to Lily Jaquith for stepping in to write last week’s “Artfully Edmonds” while I was away on the babysitting on the best “work” vacation…