Tag: Art


3rd Thursday Art & Wine Night

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The lobby of Hotel Murano comes alive with local artists and their creations! To include artists from Creative Forces as well as visiting artists! And the lobby bar has half price wine…………what could be better than local art, local artists and wine!?


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This event will host up to 100 youth in the Tacoma area who want to be educated, inspired, and empowered about current issues. The event will feature various speakers who will present 10-minute TED-style talks on interdisciplinary issues and work. This event is free, but ticket reservations must be made at https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4305613


Glass Fest Northwest

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Glass Fest Northwest, a celebration of glass and PNW artists, returns to the Museum of Glass plaza on Saturday, July 27. In collaboration with Tacoma Art Museum, this all-day event puts glass art center stage by bringing together local artists and artisans, live glassmaking demonstrations, food, drinks, music, and hands-on activities.


Psych-Out Fest

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Mission Statement One of the biggest plagues on our society is diffusion of responsibility. We have given up our rights and our lives for the sake of comfort. But how can we expect people to accept responisbility if they don’t know their own power? How can we expect them to create a brand new world > Continue Reading


Surviving & Thriving: Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of Stonewall

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This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots. The Rainbow Center has decided to commemorate this important moment in LGBTQ history with an event at the Rainbow Center on Wednesday, June 26th. – Participate in a Stonewall Photo Project with professional photographer, Alice Di Certo. We want to capture the South Sound’s LGBTQ > Continue Reading


Summer SOULstice

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Hosted by Tacoma’s former Poet Laureate Kellie Richardson, Summer SOULstice is an intersection of creativity, community and commerce. June 21st marks summer solstice, the longest day and shortest night of the year. SOULstice will hold space to celebrate this annual miracle by featuring emerging and established artists from marginalized communities. The work featured will carry > Continue Reading


Preston Singletary: Raven and the Box of Daylight

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Artist Preston Singletary tells the Tlingit story of Raven and his transformation of the world—bringing light to people via the stars, moon, and sun in “Preston Singletary: Raven and the Box of Daylight.” Raven leads visitors on a fantastical journey through the transformation of darkness into light. The story unfolds through the exhibition’s four environments, > Continue Reading


Gallery Hours at Hilltop Artists

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Join us for a special gallery hours event to kick off our 2019 Student Ambassador Program! This summer, a Hilltop Artists student will travel to Biot, France for 3 weeks to study with master glassblower Antoine Pierini. In return, we will host a glassblowing student from Biot during our Summer Glass Arts Program. Proceeds from > Continue Reading


Morning Art Teaches Tacoma Students About Making Choices

Filed Under: Expanded Learning - Posted @ 3:55pm

On a recent Tuesday morning, Sasha, a third-grader at Tacoma’s Fawcett Elementary, created a sumi ink painting while catching up with a few of her best friends before school started. Sasha is one of about 70 students at six local elementary schools who participate in Breakfast Sketch Club, an Expanded Learning Opportunity provided by Tacoma > Continue Reading


Winter Warmers at Hilltop Artists

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Looking for something to do on those cold winter nights? Hilltop Artists presents Winter Warmers, a series of evenings where renowned artists provide inspiring demonstrations, with the assistance of our students, in our Jason Lee hot shop. Join us as we enjoy some savory food, share some warm beverages (non-alcoholic), and make s’mores over the > Continue Reading