First Saturday Night Arts Alive! Nov. 1, 6-9 p.m.
Always enjoy this event.
Am I wrong or should the Arts Alive! date read March 01, 2014 not February?
When are you going to get this weekend's info up? Thanks.
Jesuchristo. That's the second time we've gotten that wrong this week.
Ummm, I'm fairly certain that arts Alive is Saturday June 6, 6-9 pm.
The Morris Graves rocks! Northwest Eye, the miniatures upstairs, flaming sculptures aaand whisky, cake, and live music.
Kingman, Nice ring to that I think I'll Keep it, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
thanks sari baker we loved seeing you
My cretive birth took place in the Redwoods. I am so happy for my alumni friend, Katie and now my son Bill #2 and their son Will#3 to have roots in the most awesome area on God's green earth. Peace and love to those who live in it's capitol.
I would like to get as much background info. on John Euley that is available and I'd like to know all the places that I can see John Euley ceramics. I'm visiting Eurica for a week and 1/2. I'm from Seattle and am very interested in finding out more about John Euley. Please contact me via e-mail.
Danielle Miller is a true renaissance woman. Not only is she a mom to two preschool-aged boys (a full-time job in itself), she runs her own jewelry design business–sending product to galleries and boutiques across the country. .... Though all collections are stunning, I like the “randomness” of the little circles in the Bubble collection. Its great too how each piece though looking seemingly “random” is visually balanced. I love your work.
i want to thank all the businesses and artist for supporting arts alive especiallt the vmusicians i always bring my 6 yr old handicapped child and he really enjoys walking listening to music and meeting people thank you especially from little mikey
It was a really fun arts alive this month,a lot of great art and artist out there thanks for the show
What a list of great things to see and places to visit
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Apr 23, 2015
vol XXVI issue 17
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