Every third Thursday from 5-8 pm galleries, businesses and restaurants join in celebrating the arts & cultivating local vitality within Edmonds. Cascadia Art Museum has been participating since our opening in September 2015, providing the community with live music, artist demonstrations and exclusive screenings of Northwest artist videos. We are also excited to offer free admission during the Art Walk Edmonds evenings.

The Edmonds Art Walk is a grassroots community event held monthly throughout the year, rain or shine. With over 40 galleries and businesses hosting local and regional artists, we invite you to come enjoy all types of art including fine art, music, dance, theatre, performance art, culinary art, and the written word. With a growing assortment of fun events and activities, you will always find something new to engage your creative mind.

For more information on Art Walk Edmonds, check out their website: artwalkedmonds.com

 

This month at Cascadia Art Museum:

Modern Alaska: Art of the Midnight Sun 1930-1970, Travelogue: Views Beyond the Northwest, Northwest Sculpture

This month, we are featuring our three brand new exhibitions! Our year long exhibition, Travelogue: Views Beyond the Northwest features work of familiar Northwest artists such as Yvonne Twining Humber and Paul Morgan Gustin, focusing on their study outside of the Northwest. Works from France, England, New Mexico, and more are on display.

Modern Alaska: Art of the Midnight Sun 1930-1970 delves into the work of three prominent Northwest artists Steven Fuller, Danny Pierce (and his students), and Virna Haffer through their work in Alaska. Photography, paintings and prints frame Alaska through the lens of prominent Northwest artists.

Northwest Sculpture is the second iteration of year-long sculpture exhibitions. A large section of the exhibition is dedicated to Louis McClellan Potter, whose Alaskan sculpture compliments our featured show perfectly. Also on display are works from Everett DuPen and Ebba Rapp.

 

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