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…

Artfully Edmonds: Summer party this, summer party that!

  Summer Party, this. . . Summer Party, that! Yes, there may be some cloudy days ahead, but summer is definitely here and Artfully Edmonds’ roster of choice events will give you the option of dancing the night away, lounging on Edmonds’ park lawns, or slipping into cool night spots for a sizzling good time….

Artfully Edmonds: Array of arts possibilities bloom with the arrival of spring

The City of Edmonds has the distinction of being home to a number of grande women of the arts, and after featuring watercolorist Alice Owen, jewelry designer Eva Ingraham, Tracy Felix and countless other women in this column over the past three years – we have the joy of now featuring the achievements of d’Elaine…

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…

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…