CLASSICAL CONCERT “DATE NIGHT” AT CASCADIA ART MUSEUM

Violinist Pamela Liu and pianist Harumi Makiyama present music by Debussy, Mendelssohn and others, including a world premiere of two works by Edmonds-based classical composer Cal Lewin. Come early and tour the exhibits (included in your admission), enjoy the concert in the main gallery, and have time to dine out after.

Artfully Edmonds: Summer fun for arts and events lovers

This week’s Artfully Edmonds’ theme is “summer fun” – whether it’s experiencing the joys of children’s theatre, the happiness derived from being among those gathered outdoors in Edmonds’ plazas and parks for music, participating in a seashore sand sculpting contest, or the thrill of learning something new – like ballroom dancing. As is our tradition…

Cascadia Art Museum to offer floral arrangement class

  Saturday, May 13 10am – 12 p.m.   Cascadia Art Museum (CAM) 190 Sunset Dr.   In celebration of its current exhibit Botanical Exuberance, the Cascadia Art Museum is offering floral arrangement classes on Saturday, May 13. Tickets for the class are available now. Hosted by Dunn Gardens and led by Jennifer Carlson, those…

Cascadia Art Museum: From zero cash drawer opening to $250,000 gala in a year

  Free admission this weekend! Saturday and Sunday Sept. 10 and 11 Cascadia Art Museum 190 Sunset Ave. A Spirit Unbound: The Art of Peggy Strong Thursday night’s exhibition opening at Edmonds’ Cascadia Art Museum (CAM) observed a full year of celebrated exhibitions by the iconic art museum. The special-invitation event, attended by over 100…

Cascadia Art Museum announces appointment of executive director

Cascadia Art Museum’s Board of Directors announced Thursday the appointment of Brandi P. Clark as new executive director. “We are really excited to have found someone of Brandi’s caliber to join us and continue the astounding growth that the museum has experienced over such a short time since opening,” said Board President Lindsey Echelbarger, who…

Artfully Edmonds: Driftwood sets stage for 58th season as one of their own is honored

BroadwayWorld Seattle announced its ‘best of’ winners for 2015 just days ago and Driftwood Players’ Cindy Giese French brought the limelight to Edmonds for her brilliant performance in Driftwood’s Boeing Boeing. This past June Artfully Edmonds posted an Opening Night review of Boeing Boeing pegging the performance of Giese French as deserving of a “roaring…

Artfully Edmonds brief: Cascadia Art Museum sets holiday tradition

Cascadia Art Museum, which opened its doors two months ago on Sept. 12, celebrated its achievements Thursday night with a festive backdrop: The “Vintage Christmas Card Exhibition,” curated by David F. Martin. In attendance for the special event were several of the art museum board of directors, museum members, patrons, artists and volunteers. Among local…

Artfully Edmonds: Hiring Andy Eccleshall, plus museum, theater and music events

Artfully Edmonds caught the Facebook post this week of local muralist Andy Eccleshall alerting the community that he had finished what appears to be a rather expansive private commission. Of course, we thought you’d like to hear more about the newest addition to Eccleshall’s portfolio. You may be thinking – as I was – that…

Artfully Edmonds brief: Tribute to Lance Wood Hart at Cascadia Art Museum Thursday

Thursday, Nov. 5 2 p.m. Cascadia Art Museum Salish Crossing, 190 Sunset Ave. #E In 1920, celebrated Northwest artist Lance Wood Hart created a series of five mural panels for the Fraternal Order of Moose lodge in his home town of Aberdeen, Washington. Although the original murals have been lost and the building razed, studies of these…