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Tag: The Gallery at TCC

Sep.
14th

Critic’s Picks: Spaceworks’ Cakewalk, Seattle Symphony opening, Gig Harbor Open Studio Tour and juried art show at The Gallery at TCC

Spaceworks Cakewalk

Join Spaceworks Tacoma for an arts fundraising cakewalk party this weekend. The City of Tacoma’s program that matches artists with vacant commercial spaces is raising money via a new-fashioned cakewalk, where prizes include locally-made art as well as cakes, DJs include Mr. Melanin and DJ Broam, and there’ll be dance from the Barefoot Collective and a video installation by Kris Crews. 6-9 p.m. Sept. 15. Free, cakewalk tickets $5, artwalk tickets $20. 311 S. 7th St., Tacoma. spaceworkstacoma.org

Seattle Symphony opening night

Ludovic Morlot opens the Seattle Symphony’s new season with an all-American

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Jan.
13th

Critic’s picks: Cavalia in Redmond, Gilbert and Sullivan at Pantages, Tacoma Community College gallery and John Miller at Museum of Glass

Cavalia brings the magic of horses

In Cavalia, opening this week at Marymoor Park, the equine power and beauty of horses meets the agility and grace of human circus performers. Jan. 18-Feb. 5. $17.50-$179.50. Marymoor Park, 6046 W. Lake Sammamish Parkway NE, Redmond. 866-999-8111, www.cavalia.net

Gilbert and Sullivan at the Pantages

The New York Gilbert and Sullivan Players present “I’ve Got a Little Twist,” a medley of the famous 19th-century musical writers’ best hits (“The Mikado,” “HMS Pinafore”) mashed with more modern faves like “The Music Man.” 7:30 p.m. Jan. 14. $26/$36/$46/$59. Pantages Theater, 901 Broadway, Tacoma. 253-591-5894,

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Sep.
24th

Critic’s Picks: Museum Day, state high school photo show, Fulcrum Gallery, the Gallery at TCC

Free museums on National Museum Day

National Museum Day is this Saturday, and a handful of local museums are participating in the Smithsonian Magazine-organized event by offering free admission. Museums include: Fort Nisqually, Foss Waterway Seaport, Museum of Glass, Washington State History Museum and Tacoma Art Museum in Tacoma; the Frye Museum, Burke Museum, Seattle Art Museum and Henry Art Gallery in Seattle; and the Hands-On Childrens’ Museum in Olympia. Get your downloadable tickets and information at www.smithsonianmag.com.

State high school photo show at TAM

The 2010 Washington State High School Photography Exhibit is on again at Tacoma Art Museum, featuring

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