Holiday cheer at Cascadia Art Museum in Edmonds

Originally posted on the Edmonds Beacon, written by Maria Montalvo. Published December 14, 2018 With its current exhibition, “Vintage Christmas Cards by Northwest Artists, 1909-1990,” Cascadia Art Museum shows us the personalized family holiday card before the age of photo greeting cards. The cards are colorful, heartfelt, joyful and full of

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The Artist’s Memory: Soichi Sunami and Japanese American Photography

Originally published on Discover Nikkei, in the Culture section, written by Tamiko Nimura. Article was published December 11, 2018. I have the museum mostly to myself today. At the Cascadia Art Museum’s exhibit Invocation of Beauty, there are breathtaking portraits of famous figures of modernism, including the famous dancers and choreographers

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In a new Seattle exhibit, dance photography that dazzles

The Seattle years and New York triumphs of photographer Soichi Sunami Originally published with Crosscut in the Culture section, written by Michael Upchurch. Published December 17, 2018 You may not recognize the name Soichi Sunami. But, if you’re remotely interested in modern dance history, you’ve seen his iconic photographs of Martha

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‘Drama and Design’ brings together works by regional artists Yvonne Twining Humber and Blanche Morgan Losey

Original Article published August 29, 2018 at 6:00 am, by The Seattle Times, written by Michael Upchurch Seattle curator David F. Martin has been responsible for some of the most startling revivals of Pacific Northwest artists’ reputations in the past 10 years. Now comes “Drama and Design: Yvonne Twining Humber

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Cascadia Art Museum’s Endless Summer gala draws record support

originally published by My Edmonds News, August 25, 2018 Written by Larry Vogel The Edmonds community came together Saturday as a record-setting crowd gathered at the home of Cascadia Museum founders Lindsey and Caroline Echelbarger for the third annual museum fundraiser, an evening of music, fun, conversation, laughter, great food

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Northwest artists share their travels in Cascadia exhibits

Northwest artists share their travels in Cascadia exhibits The “Modern Alaska” and “Travelogue” exhibitions at Cascadia Art Museum have never-before-seen art. This article was originally published by the Everett Herald on Thursday, April 5th, written by Gale Fiege. EDMONDS — Cascadia Art Museum is still on a roll, showing first-of-its-kind

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Mid-Century Design at Cascadia

Originally published by the University of Washington School of Art + Art History + Design on February 23, at 1:05 pm. Cascadia Art Museum in Edmonds, Washington, is currently showing Northwest Design at Mid-Century curated by David F. Martin. While we have long known that our faculty and alumni have been influential

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Cascadia Art Museum aims to capture the ‘energy and excitement’ of Northwest artists working at midcentury

“Northwest Design at Mid-Century” at Cascadia Art Museum features the works of artists working in photography, painting, sculpture, fiber art, ceramics, sculpture, fashion, furniture, jewelry and glass. Originally published February 5, 2018 at 7:00 am from The Seattle Times, Written by Michael Upchurch, Special to The Seattle  Times Seattle curator

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Artfully Edmonds: Cascadia outdoes itself with mid-century design exhibit

Originally published by MyEdmondsNews on January 17, 2018, written by James Spangler Every time I go to see a new exhibit at the Cascadia Art Museum I’m impressed. I find myself saying — Wow! That was amazing! I always wonder how they’re going to top that last show. Yet, each

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New Cascadia Art Museum exhibit showcases mid-century designs

The exhibition includes ceramics, furniture, clothing, sculpture and jewelry from 1948 to 1966. Originally published by the Everett Herald on January 18th, 2018, written by Gale Fiege EDMONDS — If you dig mid-century modern design, you won’t want to miss the new exhibit at Cascadia Art Museum. And if you

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