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Cascadia Art Museum launches Writers-in-Conversation Series

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Cascadia is thrilled to announce a new monthly program called Writers-in-Conversation. In partnership with the Edmonds Book Shop the program will highlight the thoughts, creativity, and work of wonderful writers from the area. The focus of the series will be interviews with Pacific Northwest writers before an audience of lovers of art, literature, and the […]

Native American Modern: Shared Expressions in Northwest Art now on exhibit

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EDMONDS, August 6, 2023—The Native American Modern: Shared Expressions in Northwest Art is now on exhibit until October 29, 2023, at the Cascadia Art Museum. This exhibition is the first to center around the art of Julius “Land Elk” Twohy (Two-vy-nah-auche) (1902 – 1986) and his local contemporaries. One of the region’s earlier modernists, he […]

Cascadia Art Museum: Urban Scenes of Seattle exhibit on now

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Edmonds, Wash., February 20, 2023—Cascadia Art Museum invites public to Urban Scenes of Seattle 1910 – 1960 exhibition that illustrates Seattle’s changing urban environment over a fifty-year span as depicted by several of Washington state’s finest artists. The exhibit in open to the public now through July 16, 2023. Some of the earliest works were […]

Spring Collection of Washi Origami “Cranes for Peace” Earrings

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BOTHELL, Wash.– Celebrating Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month in the month of May and with spring in full bloom; a new 2022 spring collection of “Cranes for Peace” Washi Origami Cranes are available at several local art establishments who partnered with Bothell, WA-based Casion Jewelry. The “Cranes for Peace” fundraising campaign uses art […]

Cascadia Art Museum: The Art of Maria Frank Abrams

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Maria Frank Abrams (1924-2013) was one of Seattle’s most accomplished artists. Born in Hungary, she survived the Holocaust and came to the United States in 1948 to attend the University of Washington School of Art. After graduation, she began a highly successful career that would include numerous group and solo exhibitions. Abrams’ art is a triumph […]

Holiday Spirit is Coming to Cascadia Art Museum

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EDMONDS, Wash., December 2, 2021 – Holiday spirit is returning to Cascadia Art Museum with its annual exhibition of vintage Christmas cards by noted Northwest artists and designers. The exhibition is from December 2, 2021 – January 9, 2022. For most of the 20th century, regional artists created original works of art to send to […]

“Music in the Museum” on Saturday, July 17, 2021

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Cascadia Art Museum is resuming their well-loved classical chamber music concert series, Music in the Museum on Saturday July 17th at 5 PM and repeated at 7:30 PM. Seating is limited to enable social distancing. General admission is $18 ($12 for museum members), which includes complementary admission to the museum exhibits. Tickets are available on-line […]

Romantic music at Cascadia Art Museum’s Date Night

Lynnwood Times photo by Luke Putvin. Pamela Liu performing at Cascadia Art Museum on July 20.

by LUKE PUTVIN luke.putvin@lynnwoodtimes.com Cascadia Art Museum puts on “Music in the Museum” concerts once per month, and on July 20, it held a Date Night themed concert featuring Pamela Liu on violin and Harumi Makiyama on piano. Liu received her Masters Degree in Violin Performance at the University of Washington and currently teaches with […]

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