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Tag: Artist Trust

May
3rd

Tacoma artists part of “RISE” Edge program exhibit in Seattle

Around 25 artists – including some from Tacoma – are showing work at the Seattle Design Center as part of “RISE,” a showcase of contemporary art from Edge program graduates. 

The Edge program is a professional artist support program run by Seattle non-profit Artist Trust, and offers artists training, skills, networking and career building techniques, including several exhibitions. 

On show in this “RISE” are Tacoma artists Victoria Bjorklund, who manipulates photographic images for a layered, multi-meaning effect, Dayton Knipher, who merges photographs to abstraction, and Gig Harbor bronze sculptor Mardie Rees. Other work

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Nov.
27th

Critic’s Picks: Lelavision at MoG, artists “On the Verge” at Iron, TLT’s “A Christmas Story” and TMP’s “Guys and Dolls”

Museum of Glass brings Lelavision’s visual music

If your kids (or you) haven’t seen Lelavision, you’re in for a treat: The wacky performance duo plays enormous homemade instruments big enough to dance on, like rotating cones and giant teeter-totters. 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. Nov. 27. Admission $12/$10/$5 age 6-12/free for under-6. Museum of Glass, 1801 Dock St., Tacoma. 866-4-MUSEUM, www.museumofglass.org

Artists “On the Verge” at Iron Gallery

At UWT’s Iron Gallery, 14 local artists show as graduates of the Artist Trust EDGE granting program for upcoming work. Tacomans include photographers Victoria Bjorklund and Dayton K. Knipher. 10 a.m.-2

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