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.
Art Walk Edmonds is a FREE community event held monthly throughout the year, rain or shine. We invite you to come enjoy all types of art including fine art, music, 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. Come do something AWEsome with us!
For more information on Art Walk Edmonds, check out their website: artwalkedmonds.com
January at Cascadia Art Museum: Cranes for Peace
NOTICE: Cascadia Art Museum will be closed for Art Walk on January 20th. Stay tuned for a future event with “Cranes for Peace” campaign founder Fay Lim!
January 20th, 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
“Cranes for Peace” campaign founder Fay Lim will demonstrate creating Washi Origami Crane earrings at the Cascadia Art Museum (CAM) during the Edmonds Art Walk on Thursday, January 20, 2022 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. To end harassment and violence against Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI), a portion of each purchase of origami crane earrings will be donated to Stop AAPI Hate.
“I’m excited to be part of the Edmonds Art Walk at the Cascadia Art Museum and be able to introduce my new 2022 spring collection of Washi Origami Crane earrings,” Casion Jewelry founder and designer Fay Lim said. “This partnership has helped expand our outreach in sharing our message of using art for peace while inspiring more individuals to support ending the violence against AAPI.”
Cascadia Art Museum partnered with Casion Jewelry in October 2021 in the “Cranes for Peace” fundraising campaign in conjunction with their exhibit featuring Japanese American modernist artist Kenjiro Nomura’s artwork and artifacts from the artist’s internment during World War II.
The “Cranes for Peace” fundraising campaign offers the purchase of handmade Washi Origami Crane earrings in which a portion of each purchase will be donated to Stop AAPI Hate Center. This organization is a collaboration by the Asian Pacific Policy & Planning Council, Chinese for Affirmative Action, and the Asian American Studies Department at San Francisco State University. The center tracks and reports incidents of hate, violence, harassment, and discrimination as well as provides translation services, advocacy, and more.
The Asian tradition of 1,000 paper cranes represents granting a special wish, happiness, long life, and often used to symbolize peace. Using “Washi” or traditional Japanese paper that is processed by hand and made in the traditional manner; these cranes are also treated to prevent UV fading and are water resistant.
About Casion Jewelry
Casion Jewelry, based in Bothell, WA, offers contemporary, elegant, unique, and handmade jewelry as well as custom pieces. View Casion Jewelry’s portfolio at https://casionjewelry.wixsite.com/casionjewelry or contact via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: (425) 770-8998.