Family Art Workshop Recording | Holiday Card Workshop

Local artist Mona Fairbanks leads us in creating fun holiday cards in this Family Art Workshop.

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Family Art Workshop Recording | Spooktacular Watercolor

Local artist Mary Peterson leads us in a fun Spooktacular Watercolor class for our next Family Art Workshop.

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Family Art Workshop Recording | Sketch Your World

Artist Kathleen Moore will lead you in creating a sketch based on trees by PNW artist Helen Loggie in this Family Art Workshop.

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Virtual Visit: Vintage Christmas Cards & Klee Wyk Studio

Happy Holidays from Cascadia We wish you and your family a safe and very happy holiday season! We are delighted to bring you a special gift today. See below for a new Virtual Visit video with curator David Martin! Thank you for being a part of our Cascadia community. You make

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Virtual Visit: Vintage Christmas Cards & Glen Alps

Happy Holidays from Cascadia We wish you and your family a safe and very happy holiday season! We are delighted to bring you a special gift today. See below for a new Virtual Visit video with curator David Martin! Thank you for being a part of our Cascadia community. You

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Virtual Visit: Vintage Christmas Cards & Yvonne Twining Humber

Vintage Christmas Cards – Beginnings and Yvonne Twining Humber Join curator David Martin for a virtual visit to our Vintage Christmas Cards by Northwest Artists exhibition. Today, David reminisces on how he got started collecting vintage Christmas cards and on his friendship with artist Yvonne Twining Humber.

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Volunteer Spotlight

You Make the Power of Art Possible Click on the video above to hear Tamara tell her story. Has art made an impact in your life? For Tamara, a Cascadia volunteer, art has inspired an exciting new career direction. In her time at the museum, Tamara experienced the power of art to

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Virtual Lecture: Collecting 1900 Modern with Lawrence Kreisman

Each generation defines what is modern for itself. ‘Modern’ is often a combination of reaction and rejection of what has immediately preceded it and the re-interpretation of formulas of a previous era to counter what has become familiar and conservative. For the quarter century between 1890 and the First World

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Cascadia’s First Virtual Summer Stars Gala & Auction

Last night we celebrated Cascadia Art Museum’s first virtual gala and auction with a Livestream Auction Event. While we missed our annual in-person gala, we were humbled to see our community come together for an unforgettable evening. We loved seeing you all in the chat, answering trivia questions so quickly (before we even

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Gay artists forgotten no more, thanks to ‘The Lavender Palette’

The book features work by 13 important Northwest artists who fell into obscurity after their deaths. By Sara Bruestle Sunday, July 19, 2020 Cascadia Art Museum’s David Martin’s long-awaited book is now available at the museum’s store. Martin curated “The Lavender Palette: Gay Culture and the Art of Washington State,” a groundbreaking

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