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Pacific Bonsai Museum
Federal Way, WA

Stones are shaped by water, wind, sand, and ice but what we see in them is shaped by our minds. A bit like cloud watching, the ancient practice of viewing stones is an art of the imagination, in which we can see mountains, figures, animals, and even deep space. What you can find? See 30 exquisite viewing stones in Stone Images XI, an outdoor exhibition open to the public at Pacific Bonsai Museum. Stones in this exhibition were collected from six states (CA, ND, NM, SD, OR, and WA) by members of the local Northwest Viewing Stone Club (a study group of the Puget Sound Bonsai Association). All-ages. Free.

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Enjoy four Temporary Art Installations on Seattle Center grounds, now through end of 2021.
These works were developed through Seattle Office of Arts & Culture Art Interruptions program. Artists attended a year-long Public Art Bootcamp training program, which resulted in these four commissioned artworks. Seattle Center Sculpture Walk is funded by Seattle Center 1% for Art funds, and administered by Office of Arts & Culture. Fumi Amano – Fisher Pavilion Rooftop; Nate Clark – Founder’s Court South; Jovita Mercado – International Fountain Walkway; Jacques Trautman – Fisher Pavilion & Artists at Play.

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Event
Organization
Location
Pacific Bonsai Museum
Federal Way, WA

Stones are shaped by water, wind, sand, and ice but what we see in them is shaped by our minds. A bit like cloud watching, the ancient practice of viewing stones is an art of the imagination, in which we can see mountains, figures, animals, and even deep space. What you can find? See 30 exquisite viewing stones in Stone Images XI, an outdoor exhibition open to the public at Pacific Bonsai Museum. Stones in this exhibition were collected from six states (CA, ND, NM, SD, OR, and WA) by members of the local Northwest Viewing Stone Club (a study group of the Puget Sound Bonsai Association). All-ages. Free.

View Event

Enjoy four Temporary Art Installations on Seattle Center grounds, now through end of 2021.
These works were developed through Seattle Office of Arts & Culture Art Interruptions program. Artists attended a year-long Public Art Bootcamp training program, which resulted in these four commissioned artworks. Seattle Center Sculpture Walk is funded by Seattle Center 1% for Art funds, and administered by Office of Arts & Culture. Fumi Amano – Fisher Pavilion Rooftop; Nate Clark – Founder’s Court South; Jovita Mercado – International Fountain Walkway; Jacques Trautman – Fisher Pavilion & Artists at Play.

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DuPont Historical Museum
Dupont, WA

Each night for two weeks in December, a new beautifully decorated
holiday window will be revealed. Neighbors can explore DuPont’s
original historic village on a self-guided walk to enjoy the festive
spirit and community creativity.
2021 WINDOW HOSTS NEEDED!
(Historic Village: neighborhood surrounding Barksdale Avenue)

Display your decorated window for up to 2 weeks in December
Represent winter traditions of your family, historical or religious scenes,
holiday pop culture, nature, etc.
Not artistic? Volunteer help is available!
Not just homes: any building in DuPont Village can host a window
Not in DuPont Village? You can volunteer or sponsor!

More info & sign-up: dupontmuseum.com/events
dupontwindows@gmail.com

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Event
Organization
Location
Pacific Bonsai Museum
Federal Way, WA

Stones are shaped by water, wind, sand, and ice but what we see in them is shaped by our minds. A bit like cloud watching, the ancient practice of viewing stones is an art of the imagination, in which we can see mountains, figures, animals, and even deep space. What you can find? See 30 exquisite viewing stones in Stone Images XI, an outdoor exhibition open to the public at Pacific Bonsai Museum. Stones in this exhibition were collected from six states (CA, ND, NM, SD, OR, and WA) by members of the local Northwest Viewing Stone Club (a study group of the Puget Sound Bonsai Association). All-ages. Free.

View Event

Enjoy four Temporary Art Installations on Seattle Center grounds, now through end of 2021.
These works were developed through Seattle Office of Arts & Culture Art Interruptions program. Artists attended a year-long Public Art Bootcamp training program, which resulted in these four commissioned artworks. Seattle Center Sculpture Walk is funded by Seattle Center 1% for Art funds, and administered by Office of Arts & Culture. Fumi Amano – Fisher Pavilion Rooftop; Nate Clark – Founder’s Court South; Jovita Mercado – International Fountain Walkway; Jacques Trautman – Fisher Pavilion & Artists at Play.

View Event
DuPont Historical Museum
Dupont, WA

Each night for two weeks in December, a new beautifully decorated
holiday window will be revealed. Neighbors can explore DuPont’s
original historic village on a self-guided walk to enjoy the festive
spirit and community creativity.
2021 WINDOW HOSTS NEEDED!
(Historic Village: neighborhood surrounding Barksdale Avenue)

Display your decorated window for up to 2 weeks in December
Represent winter traditions of your family, historical or religious scenes,
holiday pop culture, nature, etc.
Not artistic? Volunteer help is available!
Not just homes: any building in DuPont Village can host a window
Not in DuPont Village? You can volunteer or sponsor!

More info & sign-up: dupontmuseum.com/events
dupontwindows@gmail.com

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Event
Organization
Location
Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

Curated in collaboration with historian Peter Boag (Vancouver, Washington), the Washington State Historical Society is proud to present the original exhibition Crossing Boundaries: Portraits of a Transgender West.

This exhibition shares seldom-spotlighted historical narratives of transgender people in the West. It spans the time period of 1860 to 1940 and explores four central themes, connecting those histories to contemporary aspects of today’s LGBTQ+ community. Stories from the lives of specific individuals who did not conform to gender norms will illuminate the themes of visibility, identity, acceptance, and history.

Among the many people whose stories will be shared are Harry Allen, a heartbreaker who was wanted by the police; Dr. Alan Hart, a medical doctor and Northwest novelist; and the mysterious Mrs. Nash, a laundress to the famed Seventh Cavalry (and an officer’s wife).

While today we might think of the people represented in the exhibition as “transgender,” that term did not exist during their lifetimes. These individuals were the public face of the LGBTQ+ community at the turn of the twentieth century. They were the ones who appeared in the press (for reasons elaborated in the exhibition) and thus were the most widely recognized, identified, and accessible examples of LGBTQ+ identities during the late 1800s and early 1900s. This is one reason that the exhibition’s focus places transgender people as front and center in LGBTQ+ history.

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Pacific Bonsai Museum
Federal Way, WA

Stones are shaped by water, wind, sand, and ice but what we see in them is shaped by our minds. A bit like cloud watching, the ancient practice of viewing stones is an art of the imagination, in which we can see mountains, figures, animals, and even deep space. What you can find? See 30 exquisite viewing stones in Stone Images XI, an outdoor exhibition open to the public at Pacific Bonsai Museum. Stones in this exhibition were collected from six states (CA, ND, NM, SD, OR, and WA) by members of the local Northwest Viewing Stone Club (a study group of the Puget Sound Bonsai Association). All-ages. Free.

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Nordic Northwest
Portland, OR

Experience the sights, sounds, tastes, and traditions of the Nordic Holiday season. ScanFair brings Scandinavia to Portland through traditional food vendors, locally crafted items, a holiday exhibit, an exciting raffle, and welcoming local community organizations.

This year, ScanFair will return in a modified format to fit within Nordia House and Nordic Northwest’s campus. We invite you to join us for this family favorite event!

Reservations are strongly recommended as space will be extremely limited. Stay tuned for tickets!

COVID-19 Safety Protocols

View Event

Enjoy four Temporary Art Installations on Seattle Center grounds, now through end of 2021.
These works were developed through Seattle Office of Arts & Culture Art Interruptions program. Artists attended a year-long Public Art Bootcamp training program, which resulted in these four commissioned artworks. Seattle Center Sculpture Walk is funded by Seattle Center 1% for Art funds, and administered by Office of Arts & Culture. Fumi Amano – Fisher Pavilion Rooftop; Nate Clark – Founder’s Court South; Jovita Mercado – International Fountain Walkway; Jacques Trautman – Fisher Pavilion & Artists at Play.

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New Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the Greek Revolution

Jackson School of International Studies, Hellenic Studies Program

University of Washington

December 3-4, 2021

Friday, December 3, 2021

Welcome and Opening Remarks

(9:00-9:30 a.m. PST)

9:00 a.m.: Leela Fernandes (Director, Jackson School of International Studies)

9:10 a.m.: Alexander Hollmann (Chair, Hellenic Studies)

9:20 a.m.: Nektaria Klapaki (Lecturer, Hellenic Studies)

 

PANEL 1:

From the Ionian Islands to the Greek Nation State: On British Colonialism and Religious Minorities

(9:30-11:15 a.m. PST)

Sakis Gekas (York University), The Ionian Connection. British Colonialism and the Greek Revolution

Evdoxios Doxiadis (Simon Fraser University), Muslims and Jews in the Greek War of Independence and Its Immediate Aftermath

Dimitrios Varvaritis (University of Vienna), Ottoman Jewry and the Greek Revolution. Rethinking an Overlooked Facet of the War of Independence Period

 

PANEL 2:

New Political Languages and the Greek Revolution

(11:30 a.m.-1:15 p.m. PST)

Efi Gazi (University of the Peloponnese), Conceptualizing “Liberty” in the Age of the Greek Revolution

Nektaria Klapaki (University of Washington), The Cult of the Insurgent Greek Nation in Kalvos’s Odes

Simos Zenios (University of California, Los Angeles), “Freedom-loving Speech:” Greek Poetry and Modern Revolution

Saturday, December 4, 2021

PANEL 3:

The Greek Revolution through the Eyes of Philhellenes and Hellenes

(9:30-11:15 a.m. PST)

Roderick Beaton (King’s College London), Byron on Greece and Greeks – was he a Phihellene?

Gonda Van Steen (King’s College London), The United States as a Haven for Greek Revolutionary War Orphans? Myth and Reality

David Ricks (King’s College London), Between Teos and Sparta: The Revolution in Panagiotis Soutsos’ The Cithara (1835)

PANEL 4:

The Greek Revolution from the Margins

(11:30 a.m.-1:15 p.m. PST)

Artemis Leontis (University of Michigan), Solomos’s Woman of Zakythos and the Making of Refugees

Vangelis Calotychos (Brown University), Nights of 2021/2022: Regarding Dionysios Solomos’ Free Besieged at the Bicentennial’s End

Nikolas P. Kakkoufa (Columbia University), Queering the Greek Revolution

View Event
DuPont Historical Museum
Dupont, WA

Each night for two weeks in December, a new beautifully decorated
holiday window will be revealed. Neighbors can explore DuPont’s
original historic village on a self-guided walk to enjoy the festive
spirit and community creativity.
2021 WINDOW HOSTS NEEDED!
(Historic Village: neighborhood surrounding Barksdale Avenue)

Display your decorated window for up to 2 weeks in December
Represent winter traditions of your family, historical or religious scenes,
holiday pop culture, nature, etc.
Not artistic? Volunteer help is available!
Not just homes: any building in DuPont Village can host a window
Not in DuPont Village? You can volunteer or sponsor!

More info & sign-up: dupontmuseum.com/events
dupontwindows@gmail.com

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Event
Organization
Location
Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

Curated in collaboration with historian Peter Boag (Vancouver, Washington), the Washington State Historical Society is proud to present the original exhibition Crossing Boundaries: Portraits of a Transgender West.

This exhibition shares seldom-spotlighted historical narratives of transgender people in the West. It spans the time period of 1860 to 1940 and explores four central themes, connecting those histories to contemporary aspects of today’s LGBTQ+ community. Stories from the lives of specific individuals who did not conform to gender norms will illuminate the themes of visibility, identity, acceptance, and history.

Among the many people whose stories will be shared are Harry Allen, a heartbreaker who was wanted by the police; Dr. Alan Hart, a medical doctor and Northwest novelist; and the mysterious Mrs. Nash, a laundress to the famed Seventh Cavalry (and an officer’s wife).

While today we might think of the people represented in the exhibition as “transgender,” that term did not exist during their lifetimes. These individuals were the public face of the LGBTQ+ community at the turn of the twentieth century. They were the ones who appeared in the press (for reasons elaborated in the exhibition) and thus were the most widely recognized, identified, and accessible examples of LGBTQ+ identities during the late 1800s and early 1900s. This is one reason that the exhibition’s focus places transgender people as front and center in LGBTQ+ history.

View Event
Pacific Bonsai Museum
Federal Way, WA

Stones are shaped by water, wind, sand, and ice but what we see in them is shaped by our minds. A bit like cloud watching, the ancient practice of viewing stones is an art of the imagination, in which we can see mountains, figures, animals, and even deep space. What you can find? See 30 exquisite viewing stones in Stone Images XI, an outdoor exhibition open to the public at Pacific Bonsai Museum. Stones in this exhibition were collected from six states (CA, ND, NM, SD, OR, and WA) by members of the local Northwest Viewing Stone Club (a study group of the Puget Sound Bonsai Association). All-ages. Free.

View Event
Nordic Northwest
Portland, OR

Experience the sights, sounds, tastes, and traditions of the Nordic Holiday season. ScanFair brings Scandinavia to Portland through traditional food vendors, locally crafted items, a holiday exhibit, an exciting raffle, and welcoming local community organizations.

This year, ScanFair will return in a modified format to fit within Nordia House and Nordic Northwest’s campus. We invite you to join us for this family favorite event!

Reservations are strongly recommended as space will be extremely limited. Stay tuned for tickets!

COVID-19 Safety Protocols

View Event

Enjoy four Temporary Art Installations on Seattle Center grounds, now through end of 2021.
These works were developed through Seattle Office of Arts & Culture Art Interruptions program. Artists attended a year-long Public Art Bootcamp training program, which resulted in these four commissioned artworks. Seattle Center Sculpture Walk is funded by Seattle Center 1% for Art funds, and administered by Office of Arts & Culture. Fumi Amano – Fisher Pavilion Rooftop; Nate Clark – Founder’s Court South; Jovita Mercado – International Fountain Walkway; Jacques Trautman – Fisher Pavilion & Artists at Play.

View Event

New Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the Greek Revolution

Jackson School of International Studies, Hellenic Studies Program

University of Washington

December 3-4, 2021

Friday, December 3, 2021

Welcome and Opening Remarks

(9:00-9:30 a.m. PST)

9:00 a.m.: Leela Fernandes (Director, Jackson School of International Studies)

9:10 a.m.: Alexander Hollmann (Chair, Hellenic Studies)

9:20 a.m.: Nektaria Klapaki (Lecturer, Hellenic Studies)

 

PANEL 1:

From the Ionian Islands to the Greek Nation State: On British Colonialism and Religious Minorities

(9:30-11:15 a.m. PST)

Sakis Gekas (York University), The Ionian Connection. British Colonialism and the Greek Revolution

Evdoxios Doxiadis (Simon Fraser University), Muslims and Jews in the Greek War of Independence and Its Immediate Aftermath

Dimitrios Varvaritis (University of Vienna), Ottoman Jewry and the Greek Revolution. Rethinking an Overlooked Facet of the War of Independence Period

 

PANEL 2:

New Political Languages and the Greek Revolution

(11:30 a.m.-1:15 p.m. PST)

Efi Gazi (University of the Peloponnese), Conceptualizing “Liberty” in the Age of the Greek Revolution

Nektaria Klapaki (University of Washington), The Cult of the Insurgent Greek Nation in Kalvos’s Odes

Simos Zenios (University of California, Los Angeles), “Freedom-loving Speech:” Greek Poetry and Modern Revolution

Saturday, December 4, 2021

PANEL 3:

The Greek Revolution through the Eyes of Philhellenes and Hellenes

(9:30-11:15 a.m. PST)

Roderick Beaton (King’s College London), Byron on Greece and Greeks – was he a Phihellene?

Gonda Van Steen (King’s College London), The United States as a Haven for Greek Revolutionary War Orphans? Myth and Reality

David Ricks (King’s College London), Between Teos and Sparta: The Revolution in Panagiotis Soutsos’ The Cithara (1835)

PANEL 4:

The Greek Revolution from the Margins

(11:30 a.m.-1:15 p.m. PST)

Artemis Leontis (University of Michigan), Solomos’s Woman of Zakythos and the Making of Refugees

Vangelis Calotychos (Brown University), Nights of 2021/2022: Regarding Dionysios Solomos’ Free Besieged at the Bicentennial’s End

Nikolas P. Kakkoufa (Columbia University), Queering the Greek Revolution

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Musikkapelle Leavenworth
Leavenworth, WA

NEW CHANGES THIS DECEMBER & MORE MONTH-LONG CHRISTMAS FUN!

This December, midweek and on weekends, we plan on celebrating our eye popping display of over half a million lights and with music & entertainment, holiday characters for your photo ops, carolers, kids’ activities, roasting chestnuts, Santa photos and so much more!

No more “flipping of the switch” on Saturdays and Sundays. Instead, the town lights will shine bright every day of the week.

***Events are subject to change due to Covid-19 mandates and restrictions***

It is no surprise that December is the most popular month for visitors to come to Leavenworth. Below are some great tips for those planning on coming to our beautiful Christmastown this December, so your stay is a most enjoyable one! For those of you not traveling this December, you can still enjoy The Bavarian Village of Leavenworth from the comfort of your home! We are rolling out a host of creative new virtual ways to brighten your season like a live webcam of the lights, an online Holiday Gift Giving Guide and a Advent Calendar where you can win prizes to some of your favorite shops, restaurants and activities!

Is the Christmas Lighting Festival or other events happening on the weekends and in the month of December?

Our festivals typically draw very large crowds and in our efforts to maximize safety for our community and visitors, we are no longer doing our  traditional countdown or “flipping of the switch” for those Saturdays and Sundays in December. Instead, the lights will always be on 7 days a week from Thanksgiving through February and we have scheduled lots of fun entertainment and events both midweek and weekends throughout the month of December. Pro tip: A visit midweek or after the New Year will see fewer crowds and the same beautiful lights! We also have a virtual live-feed experience available so you can look at our beautiful lights from the comfort of your home: Live Webcam For more information on Christmastown in December please click here.

What safety measures are in place for Covid-19?

Front Street (the main street in downtown Leavenworth) has been closed to vehicle traffic since July of 2020 to allow for additional social distancing. Masks are currently mandatory inside public spaces so visitors should expect to wear masks indoors. Masks and sanitizing stations are also readily available throughout downtown. Please help keep our community safe!

View Event
DuPont Historical Museum
Dupont, WA

Each night for two weeks in December, a new beautifully decorated
holiday window will be revealed. Neighbors can explore DuPont’s
original historic village on a self-guided walk to enjoy the festive
spirit and community creativity.
2021 WINDOW HOSTS NEEDED!
(Historic Village: neighborhood surrounding Barksdale Avenue)

Display your decorated window for up to 2 weeks in December
Represent winter traditions of your family, historical or religious scenes,
holiday pop culture, nature, etc.
Not artistic? Volunteer help is available!
Not just homes: any building in DuPont Village can host a window
Not in DuPont Village? You can volunteer or sponsor!

More info & sign-up: dupontmuseum.com/events
dupontwindows@gmail.com

View Event
Event
Organization
Location
Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

Curated in collaboration with historian Peter Boag (Vancouver, Washington), the Washington State Historical Society is proud to present the original exhibition Crossing Boundaries: Portraits of a Transgender West.

This exhibition shares seldom-spotlighted historical narratives of transgender people in the West. It spans the time period of 1860 to 1940 and explores four central themes, connecting those histories to contemporary aspects of today’s LGBTQ+ community. Stories from the lives of specific individuals who did not conform to gender norms will illuminate the themes of visibility, identity, acceptance, and history.

Among the many people whose stories will be shared are Harry Allen, a heartbreaker who was wanted by the police; Dr. Alan Hart, a medical doctor and Northwest novelist; and the mysterious Mrs. Nash, a laundress to the famed Seventh Cavalry (and an officer’s wife).

While today we might think of the people represented in the exhibition as “transgender,” that term did not exist during their lifetimes. These individuals were the public face of the LGBTQ+ community at the turn of the twentieth century. They were the ones who appeared in the press (for reasons elaborated in the exhibition) and thus were the most widely recognized, identified, and accessible examples of LGBTQ+ identities during the late 1800s and early 1900s. This is one reason that the exhibition’s focus places transgender people as front and center in LGBTQ+ history.

View Event
Pacific Bonsai Museum
Federal Way, WA

Stones are shaped by water, wind, sand, and ice but what we see in them is shaped by our minds. A bit like cloud watching, the ancient practice of viewing stones is an art of the imagination, in which we can see mountains, figures, animals, and even deep space. What you can find? See 30 exquisite viewing stones in Stone Images XI, an outdoor exhibition open to the public at Pacific Bonsai Museum. Stones in this exhibition were collected from six states (CA, ND, NM, SD, OR, and WA) by members of the local Northwest Viewing Stone Club (a study group of the Puget Sound Bonsai Association). All-ages. Free.

View Event
Nordic Northwest
Portland, OR

Experience the sights, sounds, tastes, and traditions of the Nordic Holiday season. ScanFair brings Scandinavia to Portland through traditional food vendors, locally crafted items, a holiday exhibit, an exciting raffle, and welcoming local community organizations.

This year, ScanFair will return in a modified format to fit within Nordia House and Nordic Northwest’s campus. We invite you to join us for this family favorite event!

Reservations are strongly recommended as space will be extremely limited. Stay tuned for tickets!

COVID-19 Safety Protocols

View Event

Enjoy four Temporary Art Installations on Seattle Center grounds, now through end of 2021.
These works were developed through Seattle Office of Arts & Culture Art Interruptions program. Artists attended a year-long Public Art Bootcamp training program, which resulted in these four commissioned artworks. Seattle Center Sculpture Walk is funded by Seattle Center 1% for Art funds, and administered by Office of Arts & Culture. Fumi Amano – Fisher Pavilion Rooftop; Nate Clark – Founder’s Court South; Jovita Mercado – International Fountain Walkway; Jacques Trautman – Fisher Pavilion & Artists at Play.

View Event
Musikkapelle Leavenworth
Leavenworth, WA

NEW CHANGES THIS DECEMBER & MORE MONTH-LONG CHRISTMAS FUN!

This December, midweek and on weekends, we plan on celebrating our eye popping display of over half a million lights and with music & entertainment, holiday characters for your photo ops, carolers, kids’ activities, roasting chestnuts, Santa photos and so much more!

No more “flipping of the switch” on Saturdays and Sundays. Instead, the town lights will shine bright every day of the week.

***Events are subject to change due to Covid-19 mandates and restrictions***

It is no surprise that December is the most popular month for visitors to come to Leavenworth. Below are some great tips for those planning on coming to our beautiful Christmastown this December, so your stay is a most enjoyable one! For those of you not traveling this December, you can still enjoy The Bavarian Village of Leavenworth from the comfort of your home! We are rolling out a host of creative new virtual ways to brighten your season like a live webcam of the lights, an online Holiday Gift Giving Guide and a Advent Calendar where you can win prizes to some of your favorite shops, restaurants and activities!

Is the Christmas Lighting Festival or other events happening on the weekends and in the month of December?

Our festivals typically draw very large crowds and in our efforts to maximize safety for our community and visitors, we are no longer doing our  traditional countdown or “flipping of the switch” for those Saturdays and Sundays in December. Instead, the lights will always be on 7 days a week from Thanksgiving through February and we have scheduled lots of fun entertainment and events both midweek and weekends throughout the month of December. Pro tip: A visit midweek or after the New Year will see fewer crowds and the same beautiful lights! We also have a virtual live-feed experience available so you can look at our beautiful lights from the comfort of your home: Live Webcam For more information on Christmastown in December please click here.

What safety measures are in place for Covid-19?

Front Street (the main street in downtown Leavenworth) has been closed to vehicle traffic since July of 2020 to allow for additional social distancing. Masks are currently mandatory inside public spaces so visitors should expect to wear masks indoors. Masks and sanitizing stations are also readily available throughout downtown. Please help keep our community safe!

View Event
DuPont Historical Museum
Dupont, WA

Each night for two weeks in December, a new beautifully decorated
holiday window will be revealed. Neighbors can explore DuPont’s
original historic village on a self-guided walk to enjoy the festive
spirit and community creativity.
2021 WINDOW HOSTS NEEDED!
(Historic Village: neighborhood surrounding Barksdale Avenue)

Display your decorated window for up to 2 weeks in December
Represent winter traditions of your family, historical or religious scenes,
holiday pop culture, nature, etc.
Not artistic? Volunteer help is available!
Not just homes: any building in DuPont Village can host a window
Not in DuPont Village? You can volunteer or sponsor!

More info & sign-up: dupontmuseum.com/events
dupontwindows@gmail.com

View Event
Event
Organization
Location
Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

Curated in collaboration with historian Peter Boag (Vancouver, Washington), the Washington State Historical Society is proud to present the original exhibition Crossing Boundaries: Portraits of a Transgender West.

This exhibition shares seldom-spotlighted historical narratives of transgender people in the West. It spans the time period of 1860 to 1940 and explores four central themes, connecting those histories to contemporary aspects of today’s LGBTQ+ community. Stories from the lives of specific individuals who did not conform to gender norms will illuminate the themes of visibility, identity, acceptance, and history.

Among the many people whose stories will be shared are Harry Allen, a heartbreaker who was wanted by the police; Dr. Alan Hart, a medical doctor and Northwest novelist; and the mysterious Mrs. Nash, a laundress to the famed Seventh Cavalry (and an officer’s wife).

While today we might think of the people represented in the exhibition as “transgender,” that term did not exist during their lifetimes. These individuals were the public face of the LGBTQ+ community at the turn of the twentieth century. They were the ones who appeared in the press (for reasons elaborated in the exhibition) and thus were the most widely recognized, identified, and accessible examples of LGBTQ+ identities during the late 1800s and early 1900s. This is one reason that the exhibition’s focus places transgender people as front and center in LGBTQ+ history.

View Event
Pacific Bonsai Museum
Federal Way, WA

Stones are shaped by water, wind, sand, and ice but what we see in them is shaped by our minds. A bit like cloud watching, the ancient practice of viewing stones is an art of the imagination, in which we can see mountains, figures, animals, and even deep space. What you can find? See 30 exquisite viewing stones in Stone Images XI, an outdoor exhibition open to the public at Pacific Bonsai Museum. Stones in this exhibition were collected from six states (CA, ND, NM, SD, OR, and WA) by members of the local Northwest Viewing Stone Club (a study group of the Puget Sound Bonsai Association). All-ages. Free.

View Event

Enjoy four Temporary Art Installations on Seattle Center grounds, now through end of 2021.
These works were developed through Seattle Office of Arts & Culture Art Interruptions program. Artists attended a year-long Public Art Bootcamp training program, which resulted in these four commissioned artworks. Seattle Center Sculpture Walk is funded by Seattle Center 1% for Art funds, and administered by Office of Arts & Culture. Fumi Amano – Fisher Pavilion Rooftop; Nate Clark – Founder’s Court South; Jovita Mercado – International Fountain Walkway; Jacques Trautman – Fisher Pavilion & Artists at Play.

View Event
Musikkapelle Leavenworth
Leavenworth, WA

NEW CHANGES THIS DECEMBER & MORE MONTH-LONG CHRISTMAS FUN!

This December, midweek and on weekends, we plan on celebrating our eye popping display of over half a million lights and with music & entertainment, holiday characters for your photo ops, carolers, kids’ activities, roasting chestnuts, Santa photos and so much more!

No more “flipping of the switch” on Saturdays and Sundays. Instead, the town lights will shine bright every day of the week.

***Events are subject to change due to Covid-19 mandates and restrictions***

It is no surprise that December is the most popular month for visitors to come to Leavenworth. Below are some great tips for those planning on coming to our beautiful Christmastown this December, so your stay is a most enjoyable one! For those of you not traveling this December, you can still enjoy The Bavarian Village of Leavenworth from the comfort of your home! We are rolling out a host of creative new virtual ways to brighten your season like a live webcam of the lights, an online Holiday Gift Giving Guide and a Advent Calendar where you can win prizes to some of your favorite shops, restaurants and activities!

Is the Christmas Lighting Festival or other events happening on the weekends and in the month of December?

Our festivals typically draw very large crowds and in our efforts to maximize safety for our community and visitors, we are no longer doing our  traditional countdown or “flipping of the switch” for those Saturdays and Sundays in December. Instead, the lights will always be on 7 days a week from Thanksgiving through February and we have scheduled lots of fun entertainment and events both midweek and weekends throughout the month of December. Pro tip: A visit midweek or after the New Year will see fewer crowds and the same beautiful lights! We also have a virtual live-feed experience available so you can look at our beautiful lights from the comfort of your home: Live Webcam For more information on Christmastown in December please click here.

What safety measures are in place for Covid-19?

Front Street (the main street in downtown Leavenworth) has been closed to vehicle traffic since July of 2020 to allow for additional social distancing. Masks are currently mandatory inside public spaces so visitors should expect to wear masks indoors. Masks and sanitizing stations are also readily available throughout downtown. Please help keep our community safe!

View Event
DuPont Historical Museum
Dupont, WA

Each night for two weeks in December, a new beautifully decorated
holiday window will be revealed. Neighbors can explore DuPont’s
original historic village on a self-guided walk to enjoy the festive
spirit and community creativity.
2021 WINDOW HOSTS NEEDED!
(Historic Village: neighborhood surrounding Barksdale Avenue)

Display your decorated window for up to 2 weeks in December
Represent winter traditions of your family, historical or religious scenes,
holiday pop culture, nature, etc.
Not artistic? Volunteer help is available!
Not just homes: any building in DuPont Village can host a window
Not in DuPont Village? You can volunteer or sponsor!

More info & sign-up: dupontmuseum.com/events
dupontwindows@gmail.com

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Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

Curated in collaboration with historian Peter Boag (Vancouver, Washington), the Washington State Historical Society is proud to present the original exhibition Crossing Boundaries: Portraits of a Transgender West.

This exhibition shares seldom-spotlighted historical narratives of transgender people in the West. It spans the time period of 1860 to 1940 and explores four central themes, connecting those histories to contemporary aspects of today’s LGBTQ+ community. Stories from the lives of specific individuals who did not conform to gender norms will illuminate the themes of visibility, identity, acceptance, and history.

Among the many people whose stories will be shared are Harry Allen, a heartbreaker who was wanted by the police; Dr. Alan Hart, a medical doctor and Northwest novelist; and the mysterious Mrs. Nash, a laundress to the famed Seventh Cavalry (and an officer’s wife).

While today we might think of the people represented in the exhibition as “transgender,” that term did not exist during their lifetimes. These individuals were the public face of the LGBTQ+ community at the turn of the twentieth century. They were the ones who appeared in the press (for reasons elaborated in the exhibition) and thus were the most widely recognized, identified, and accessible examples of LGBTQ+ identities during the late 1800s and early 1900s. This is one reason that the exhibition’s focus places transgender people as front and center in LGBTQ+ history.

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Pacific Bonsai Museum
Federal Way, WA

Stones are shaped by water, wind, sand, and ice but what we see in them is shaped by our minds. A bit like cloud watching, the ancient practice of viewing stones is an art of the imagination, in which we can see mountains, figures, animals, and even deep space. What you can find? See 30 exquisite viewing stones in Stone Images XI, an outdoor exhibition open to the public at Pacific Bonsai Museum. Stones in this exhibition were collected from six states (CA, ND, NM, SD, OR, and WA) by members of the local Northwest Viewing Stone Club (a study group of the Puget Sound Bonsai Association). All-ages. Free.

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Enjoy four Temporary Art Installations on Seattle Center grounds, now through end of 2021.
These works were developed through Seattle Office of Arts & Culture Art Interruptions program. Artists attended a year-long Public Art Bootcamp training program, which resulted in these four commissioned artworks. Seattle Center Sculpture Walk is funded by Seattle Center 1% for Art funds, and administered by Office of Arts & Culture. Fumi Amano – Fisher Pavilion Rooftop; Nate Clark – Founder’s Court South; Jovita Mercado – International Fountain Walkway; Jacques Trautman – Fisher Pavilion & Artists at Play.

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Musikkapelle Leavenworth
Leavenworth, WA

NEW CHANGES THIS DECEMBER & MORE MONTH-LONG CHRISTMAS FUN!

This December, midweek and on weekends, we plan on celebrating our eye popping display of over half a million lights and with music & entertainment, holiday characters for your photo ops, carolers, kids’ activities, roasting chestnuts, Santa photos and so much more!

No more “flipping of the switch” on Saturdays and Sundays. Instead, the town lights will shine bright every day of the week.

***Events are subject to change due to Covid-19 mandates and restrictions***

It is no surprise that December is the most popular month for visitors to come to Leavenworth. Below are some great tips for those planning on coming to our beautiful Christmastown this December, so your stay is a most enjoyable one! For those of you not traveling this December, you can still enjoy The Bavarian Village of Leavenworth from the comfort of your home! We are rolling out a host of creative new virtual ways to brighten your season like a live webcam of the lights, an online Holiday Gift Giving Guide and a Advent Calendar where you can win prizes to some of your favorite shops, restaurants and activities!

Is the Christmas Lighting Festival or other events happening on the weekends and in the month of December?

Our festivals typically draw very large crowds and in our efforts to maximize safety for our community and visitors, we are no longer doing our  traditional countdown or “flipping of the switch” for those Saturdays and Sundays in December. Instead, the lights will always be on 7 days a week from Thanksgiving through February and we have scheduled lots of fun entertainment and events both midweek and weekends throughout the month of December. Pro tip: A visit midweek or after the New Year will see fewer crowds and the same beautiful lights! We also have a virtual live-feed experience available so you can look at our beautiful lights from the comfort of your home: Live Webcam For more information on Christmastown in December please click here.

What safety measures are in place for Covid-19?

Front Street (the main street in downtown Leavenworth) has been closed to vehicle traffic since July of 2020 to allow for additional social distancing. Masks are currently mandatory inside public spaces so visitors should expect to wear masks indoors. Masks and sanitizing stations are also readily available throughout downtown. Please help keep our community safe!

View Event
DuPont Historical Museum
Dupont, WA

Each night for two weeks in December, a new beautifully decorated
holiday window will be revealed. Neighbors can explore DuPont’s
original historic village on a self-guided walk to enjoy the festive
spirit and community creativity.
2021 WINDOW HOSTS NEEDED!
(Historic Village: neighborhood surrounding Barksdale Avenue)

Display your decorated window for up to 2 weeks in December
Represent winter traditions of your family, historical or religious scenes,
holiday pop culture, nature, etc.
Not artistic? Volunteer help is available!
Not just homes: any building in DuPont Village can host a window
Not in DuPont Village? You can volunteer or sponsor!

More info & sign-up: dupontmuseum.com/events
dupontwindows@gmail.com

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Event
Organization
Location
Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

Curated in collaboration with historian Peter Boag (Vancouver, Washington), the Washington State Historical Society is proud to present the original exhibition Crossing Boundaries: Portraits of a Transgender West.

This exhibition shares seldom-spotlighted historical narratives of transgender people in the West. It spans the time period of 1860 to 1940 and explores four central themes, connecting those histories to contemporary aspects of today’s LGBTQ+ community. Stories from the lives of specific individuals who did not conform to gender norms will illuminate the themes of visibility, identity, acceptance, and history.

Among the many people whose stories will be shared are Harry Allen, a heartbreaker who was wanted by the police; Dr. Alan Hart, a medical doctor and Northwest novelist; and the mysterious Mrs. Nash, a laundress to the famed Seventh Cavalry (and an officer’s wife).

While today we might think of the people represented in the exhibition as “transgender,” that term did not exist during their lifetimes. These individuals were the public face of the LGBTQ+ community at the turn of the twentieth century. They were the ones who appeared in the press (for reasons elaborated in the exhibition) and thus were the most widely recognized, identified, and accessible examples of LGBTQ+ identities during the late 1800s and early 1900s. This is one reason that the exhibition’s focus places transgender people as front and center in LGBTQ+ history.

View Event
Pacific Bonsai Museum
Federal Way, WA

Stones are shaped by water, wind, sand, and ice but what we see in them is shaped by our minds. A bit like cloud watching, the ancient practice of viewing stones is an art of the imagination, in which we can see mountains, figures, animals, and even deep space. What you can find? See 30 exquisite viewing stones in Stone Images XI, an outdoor exhibition open to the public at Pacific Bonsai Museum. Stones in this exhibition were collected from six states (CA, ND, NM, SD, OR, and WA) by members of the local Northwest Viewing Stone Club (a study group of the Puget Sound Bonsai Association). All-ages. Free.

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Enjoy four Temporary Art Installations on Seattle Center grounds, now through end of 2021.
These works were developed through Seattle Office of Arts & Culture Art Interruptions program. Artists attended a year-long Public Art Bootcamp training program, which resulted in these four commissioned artworks. Seattle Center Sculpture Walk is funded by Seattle Center 1% for Art funds, and administered by Office of Arts & Culture. Fumi Amano – Fisher Pavilion Rooftop; Nate Clark – Founder’s Court South; Jovita Mercado – International Fountain Walkway; Jacques Trautman – Fisher Pavilion & Artists at Play.

View Event
Musikkapelle Leavenworth
Leavenworth, WA

NEW CHANGES THIS DECEMBER & MORE MONTH-LONG CHRISTMAS FUN!

This December, midweek and on weekends, we plan on celebrating our eye popping display of over half a million lights and with music & entertainment, holiday characters for your photo ops, carolers, kids’ activities, roasting chestnuts, Santa photos and so much more!

No more “flipping of the switch” on Saturdays and Sundays. Instead, the town lights will shine bright every day of the week.

***Events are subject to change due to Covid-19 mandates and restrictions***

It is no surprise that December is the most popular month for visitors to come to Leavenworth. Below are some great tips for those planning on coming to our beautiful Christmastown this December, so your stay is a most enjoyable one! For those of you not traveling this December, you can still enjoy The Bavarian Village of Leavenworth from the comfort of your home! We are rolling out a host of creative new virtual ways to brighten your season like a live webcam of the lights, an online Holiday Gift Giving Guide and a Advent Calendar where you can win prizes to some of your favorite shops, restaurants and activities!

Is the Christmas Lighting Festival or other events happening on the weekends and in the month of December?

Our festivals typically draw very large crowds and in our efforts to maximize safety for our community and visitors, we are no longer doing our  traditional countdown or “flipping of the switch” for those Saturdays and Sundays in December. Instead, the lights will always be on 7 days a week from Thanksgiving through February and we have scheduled lots of fun entertainment and events both midweek and weekends throughout the month of December. Pro tip: A visit midweek or after the New Year will see fewer crowds and the same beautiful lights! We also have a virtual live-feed experience available so you can look at our beautiful lights from the comfort of your home: Live Webcam For more information on Christmastown in December please click here.

What safety measures are in place for Covid-19?

Front Street (the main street in downtown Leavenworth) has been closed to vehicle traffic since July of 2020 to allow for additional social distancing. Masks are currently mandatory inside public spaces so visitors should expect to wear masks indoors. Masks and sanitizing stations are also readily available throughout downtown. Please help keep our community safe!

View Event
DuPont Historical Museum
Dupont, WA

Each night for two weeks in December, a new beautifully decorated
holiday window will be revealed. Neighbors can explore DuPont’s
original historic village on a self-guided walk to enjoy the festive
spirit and community creativity.
2021 WINDOW HOSTS NEEDED!
(Historic Village: neighborhood surrounding Barksdale Avenue)

Display your decorated window for up to 2 weeks in December
Represent winter traditions of your family, historical or religious scenes,
holiday pop culture, nature, etc.
Not artistic? Volunteer help is available!
Not just homes: any building in DuPont Village can host a window
Not in DuPont Village? You can volunteer or sponsor!

More info & sign-up: dupontmuseum.com/events
dupontwindows@gmail.com

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Scholar and co-creator of the well-known Ottoman History Podcast Chris Gratien and retired journalist Sam Negri discuss their approach to telling the stories of marginalized migrants to the United States, focusing on the story of Negri’s father, Sephardic Jew Leo Negri, who came to the United States undocumented in the early 1900s along with thousands of other Sephardim (Jews expelled from modern-day Spain in 1492 who sought refuge throughout the Ottoman Empire).

*All undergraduate and graduate students are welcome to attend!*
To register and receive event details, email jewishst@uw.edu.

About this talk

In the early twentieth century, tens of thousands of Sephardic Jews migrated to the United States from the borders of the collapsing Ottoman Empire. In addition to navigating inter-Jewish communal relationships with fellow Ashkenazi Jews, Sephardic Jews were also subject to racially biased immigration quotas that were becoming ever more restrictive during the 1920s.

Falsified papers were often the only way for many Sepharadim to gain entry to the United States — a route taken by Istanbul-born Leo Negri, whose fraudulent passport listed his country of origin as Cuba.

How can the podcast medium be leveraged to share the complex stories of Ottoman migrants to the United States? How can Negri’s story help us understand the stories of thousands of other Ottoman migrants like him, many of whom faced deportation threats and racism in their new American neighborhoods?

Join Chris Gratien, Assistant Professor of History, University of Virginia, co-creator of the Ottoman History Podcast, and Sam Negri, a retired journalist and Leo Negri’s son, for a conversation about this understudied moment in Jewish, Ottoman, and American history.

To register for this event, email jewishst@uw.edu.

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Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

View Event
Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

Curated in collaboration with historian Peter Boag (Vancouver, Washington), the Washington State Historical Society is proud to present the original exhibition Crossing Boundaries: Portraits of a Transgender West.

This exhibition shares seldom-spotlighted historical narratives of transgender people in the West. It spans the time period of 1860 to 1940 and explores four central themes, connecting those histories to contemporary aspects of today’s LGBTQ+ community. Stories from the lives of specific individuals who did not conform to gender norms will illuminate the themes of visibility, identity, acceptance, and history.

Among the many people whose stories will be shared are Harry Allen, a heartbreaker who was wanted by the police; Dr. Alan Hart, a medical doctor and Northwest novelist; and the mysterious Mrs. Nash, a laundress to the famed Seventh Cavalry (and an officer’s wife).

While today we might think of the people represented in the exhibition as “transgender,” that term did not exist during their lifetimes. These individuals were the public face of the LGBTQ+ community at the turn of the twentieth century. They were the ones who appeared in the press (for reasons elaborated in the exhibition) and thus were the most widely recognized, identified, and accessible examples of LGBTQ+ identities during the late 1800s and early 1900s. This is one reason that the exhibition’s focus places transgender people as front and center in LGBTQ+ history.

View Event
Pacific Bonsai Museum
Federal Way, WA

Stones are shaped by water, wind, sand, and ice but what we see in them is shaped by our minds. A bit like cloud watching, the ancient practice of viewing stones is an art of the imagination, in which we can see mountains, figures, animals, and even deep space. What you can find? See 30 exquisite viewing stones in Stone Images XI, an outdoor exhibition open to the public at Pacific Bonsai Museum. Stones in this exhibition were collected from six states (CA, ND, NM, SD, OR, and WA) by members of the local Northwest Viewing Stone Club (a study group of the Puget Sound Bonsai Association). All-ages. Free.

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Enjoy four Temporary Art Installations on Seattle Center grounds, now through end of 2021.
These works were developed through Seattle Office of Arts & Culture Art Interruptions program. Artists attended a year-long Public Art Bootcamp training program, which resulted in these four commissioned artworks. Seattle Center Sculpture Walk is funded by Seattle Center 1% for Art funds, and administered by Office of Arts & Culture. Fumi Amano – Fisher Pavilion Rooftop; Nate Clark – Founder’s Court South; Jovita Mercado – International Fountain Walkway; Jacques Trautman – Fisher Pavilion & Artists at Play.

View Event
Musikkapelle Leavenworth
Leavenworth, WA

NEW CHANGES THIS DECEMBER & MORE MONTH-LONG CHRISTMAS FUN!

This December, midweek and on weekends, we plan on celebrating our eye popping display of over half a million lights and with music & entertainment, holiday characters for your photo ops, carolers, kids’ activities, roasting chestnuts, Santa photos and so much more!

No more “flipping of the switch” on Saturdays and Sundays. Instead, the town lights will shine bright every day of the week.

***Events are subject to change due to Covid-19 mandates and restrictions***

It is no surprise that December is the most popular month for visitors to come to Leavenworth. Below are some great tips for those planning on coming to our beautiful Christmastown this December, so your stay is a most enjoyable one! For those of you not traveling this December, you can still enjoy The Bavarian Village of Leavenworth from the comfort of your home! We are rolling out a host of creative new virtual ways to brighten your season like a live webcam of the lights, an online Holiday Gift Giving Guide and a Advent Calendar where you can win prizes to some of your favorite shops, restaurants and activities!

Is the Christmas Lighting Festival or other events happening on the weekends and in the month of December?

Our festivals typically draw very large crowds and in our efforts to maximize safety for our community and visitors, we are no longer doing our  traditional countdown or “flipping of the switch” for those Saturdays and Sundays in December. Instead, the lights will always be on 7 days a week from Thanksgiving through February and we have scheduled lots of fun entertainment and events both midweek and weekends throughout the month of December. Pro tip: A visit midweek or after the New Year will see fewer crowds and the same beautiful lights! We also have a virtual live-feed experience available so you can look at our beautiful lights from the comfort of your home: Live Webcam For more information on Christmastown in December please click here.

What safety measures are in place for Covid-19?

Front Street (the main street in downtown Leavenworth) has been closed to vehicle traffic since July of 2020 to allow for additional social distancing. Masks are currently mandatory inside public spaces so visitors should expect to wear masks indoors. Masks and sanitizing stations are also readily available throughout downtown. Please help keep our community safe!

View Event
DuPont Historical Museum
Dupont, WA

Each night for two weeks in December, a new beautifully decorated
holiday window will be revealed. Neighbors can explore DuPont’s
original historic village on a self-guided walk to enjoy the festive
spirit and community creativity.
2021 WINDOW HOSTS NEEDED!
(Historic Village: neighborhood surrounding Barksdale Avenue)

Display your decorated window for up to 2 weeks in December
Represent winter traditions of your family, historical or religious scenes,
holiday pop culture, nature, etc.
Not artistic? Volunteer help is available!
Not just homes: any building in DuPont Village can host a window
Not in DuPont Village? You can volunteer or sponsor!

More info & sign-up: dupontmuseum.com/events
dupontwindows@gmail.com

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Event
Organization
Location

Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

View Event
Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

Curated in collaboration with historian Peter Boag (Vancouver, Washington), the Washington State Historical Society is proud to present the original exhibition Crossing Boundaries: Portraits of a Transgender West.

This exhibition shares seldom-spotlighted historical narratives of transgender people in the West. It spans the time period of 1860 to 1940 and explores four central themes, connecting those histories to contemporary aspects of today’s LGBTQ+ community. Stories from the lives of specific individuals who did not conform to gender norms will illuminate the themes of visibility, identity, acceptance, and history.

Among the many people whose stories will be shared are Harry Allen, a heartbreaker who was wanted by the police; Dr. Alan Hart, a medical doctor and Northwest novelist; and the mysterious Mrs. Nash, a laundress to the famed Seventh Cavalry (and an officer’s wife).

While today we might think of the people represented in the exhibition as “transgender,” that term did not exist during their lifetimes. These individuals were the public face of the LGBTQ+ community at the turn of the twentieth century. They were the ones who appeared in the press (for reasons elaborated in the exhibition) and thus were the most widely recognized, identified, and accessible examples of LGBTQ+ identities during the late 1800s and early 1900s. This is one reason that the exhibition’s focus places transgender people as front and center in LGBTQ+ history.

View Event
Pacific Bonsai Museum
Federal Way, WA

Stones are shaped by water, wind, sand, and ice but what we see in them is shaped by our minds. A bit like cloud watching, the ancient practice of viewing stones is an art of the imagination, in which we can see mountains, figures, animals, and even deep space. What you can find? See 30 exquisite viewing stones in Stone Images XI, an outdoor exhibition open to the public at Pacific Bonsai Museum. Stones in this exhibition were collected from six states (CA, ND, NM, SD, OR, and WA) by members of the local Northwest Viewing Stone Club (a study group of the Puget Sound Bonsai Association). All-ages. Free.

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Enjoy four Temporary Art Installations on Seattle Center grounds, now through end of 2021.
These works were developed through Seattle Office of Arts & Culture Art Interruptions program. Artists attended a year-long Public Art Bootcamp training program, which resulted in these four commissioned artworks. Seattle Center Sculpture Walk is funded by Seattle Center 1% for Art funds, and administered by Office of Arts & Culture. Fumi Amano – Fisher Pavilion Rooftop; Nate Clark – Founder’s Court South; Jovita Mercado – International Fountain Walkway; Jacques Trautman – Fisher Pavilion & Artists at Play.

View Event
Musikkapelle Leavenworth
Leavenworth, WA

NEW CHANGES THIS DECEMBER & MORE MONTH-LONG CHRISTMAS FUN!

This December, midweek and on weekends, we plan on celebrating our eye popping display of over half a million lights and with music & entertainment, holiday characters for your photo ops, carolers, kids’ activities, roasting chestnuts, Santa photos and so much more!

No more “flipping of the switch” on Saturdays and Sundays. Instead, the town lights will shine bright every day of the week.

***Events are subject to change due to Covid-19 mandates and restrictions***

It is no surprise that December is the most popular month for visitors to come to Leavenworth. Below are some great tips for those planning on coming to our beautiful Christmastown this December, so your stay is a most enjoyable one! For those of you not traveling this December, you can still enjoy The Bavarian Village of Leavenworth from the comfort of your home! We are rolling out a host of creative new virtual ways to brighten your season like a live webcam of the lights, an online Holiday Gift Giving Guide and a Advent Calendar where you can win prizes to some of your favorite shops, restaurants and activities!

Is the Christmas Lighting Festival or other events happening on the weekends and in the month of December?

Our festivals typically draw very large crowds and in our efforts to maximize safety for our community and visitors, we are no longer doing our  traditional countdown or “flipping of the switch” for those Saturdays and Sundays in December. Instead, the lights will always be on 7 days a week from Thanksgiving through February and we have scheduled lots of fun entertainment and events both midweek and weekends throughout the month of December. Pro tip: A visit midweek or after the New Year will see fewer crowds and the same beautiful lights! We also have a virtual live-feed experience available so you can look at our beautiful lights from the comfort of your home: Live Webcam For more information on Christmastown in December please click here.

What safety measures are in place for Covid-19?

Front Street (the main street in downtown Leavenworth) has been closed to vehicle traffic since July of 2020 to allow for additional social distancing. Masks are currently mandatory inside public spaces so visitors should expect to wear masks indoors. Masks and sanitizing stations are also readily available throughout downtown. Please help keep our community safe!

View Event
DuPont Historical Museum
Dupont, WA

Each night for two weeks in December, a new beautifully decorated
holiday window will be revealed. Neighbors can explore DuPont’s
original historic village on a self-guided walk to enjoy the festive
spirit and community creativity.
2021 WINDOW HOSTS NEEDED!
(Historic Village: neighborhood surrounding Barksdale Avenue)

Display your decorated window for up to 2 weeks in December
Represent winter traditions of your family, historical or religious scenes,
holiday pop culture, nature, etc.
Not artistic? Volunteer help is available!
Not just homes: any building in DuPont Village can host a window
Not in DuPont Village? You can volunteer or sponsor!

More info & sign-up: dupontmuseum.com/events
dupontwindows@gmail.com

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Event
Organization
Location

Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

View Event
Pacific Bonsai Museum
Federal Way, WA

Stones are shaped by water, wind, sand, and ice but what we see in them is shaped by our minds. A bit like cloud watching, the ancient practice of viewing stones is an art of the imagination, in which we can see mountains, figures, animals, and even deep space. What you can find? See 30 exquisite viewing stones in Stone Images XI, an outdoor exhibition open to the public at Pacific Bonsai Museum. Stones in this exhibition were collected from six states (CA, ND, NM, SD, OR, and WA) by members of the local Northwest Viewing Stone Club (a study group of the Puget Sound Bonsai Association). All-ages. Free.

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In conjunction with the exhibition M(other) Tongues: Bodhild and Las Hermanas Iglesias, we are thrilled to present a virtual talk with two of the artists featured in the exhibition, Janelle and Lisa Iglesias, who together collaborate as Las Hermanas Iglesias (“the Iglesias sisters” in Spanish). With their Norwegian-born mother, Bodhild Brendryen Iglesias, Las Hermanas Iglesias have created hand-knit and woven works inspired by familial traditions—Bodhild’s mother’s rag rugs, for example—and the drawings and weavings of Anni Albers, considered by many to be the mother of modern textiles. The works in M(other) Tongues are the product of a dialogic call and response between family members, a back-and-forth visual conversation where abstract motifs are translated from one medium into another.

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Enjoy four Temporary Art Installations on Seattle Center grounds, now through end of 2021.
These works were developed through Seattle Office of Arts & Culture Art Interruptions program. Artists attended a year-long Public Art Bootcamp training program, which resulted in these four commissioned artworks. Seattle Center Sculpture Walk is funded by Seattle Center 1% for Art funds, and administered by Office of Arts & Culture. Fumi Amano – Fisher Pavilion Rooftop; Nate Clark – Founder’s Court South; Jovita Mercado – International Fountain Walkway; Jacques Trautman – Fisher Pavilion & Artists at Play.

View Event
Musikkapelle Leavenworth
Leavenworth, WA

NEW CHANGES THIS DECEMBER & MORE MONTH-LONG CHRISTMAS FUN!

This December, midweek and on weekends, we plan on celebrating our eye popping display of over half a million lights and with music & entertainment, holiday characters for your photo ops, carolers, kids’ activities, roasting chestnuts, Santa photos and so much more!

No more “flipping of the switch” on Saturdays and Sundays. Instead, the town lights will shine bright every day of the week.

***Events are subject to change due to Covid-19 mandates and restrictions***

It is no surprise that December is the most popular month for visitors to come to Leavenworth. Below are some great tips for those planning on coming to our beautiful Christmastown this December, so your stay is a most enjoyable one! For those of you not traveling this December, you can still enjoy The Bavarian Village of Leavenworth from the comfort of your home! We are rolling out a host of creative new virtual ways to brighten your season like a live webcam of the lights, an online Holiday Gift Giving Guide and a Advent Calendar where you can win prizes to some of your favorite shops, restaurants and activities!

Is the Christmas Lighting Festival or other events happening on the weekends and in the month of December?

Our festivals typically draw very large crowds and in our efforts to maximize safety for our community and visitors, we are no longer doing our  traditional countdown or “flipping of the switch” for those Saturdays and Sundays in December. Instead, the lights will always be on 7 days a week from Thanksgiving through February and we have scheduled lots of fun entertainment and events both midweek and weekends throughout the month of December. Pro tip: A visit midweek or after the New Year will see fewer crowds and the same beautiful lights! We also have a virtual live-feed experience available so you can look at our beautiful lights from the comfort of your home: Live Webcam For more information on Christmastown in December please click here.

What safety measures are in place for Covid-19?

Front Street (the main street in downtown Leavenworth) has been closed to vehicle traffic since July of 2020 to allow for additional social distancing. Masks are currently mandatory inside public spaces so visitors should expect to wear masks indoors. Masks and sanitizing stations are also readily available throughout downtown. Please help keep our community safe!

View Event
DuPont Historical Museum
Dupont, WA

Each night for two weeks in December, a new beautifully decorated
holiday window will be revealed. Neighbors can explore DuPont’s
original historic village on a self-guided walk to enjoy the festive
spirit and community creativity.
2021 WINDOW HOSTS NEEDED!
(Historic Village: neighborhood surrounding Barksdale Avenue)

Display your decorated window for up to 2 weeks in December
Represent winter traditions of your family, historical or religious scenes,
holiday pop culture, nature, etc.
Not artistic? Volunteer help is available!
Not just homes: any building in DuPont Village can host a window
Not in DuPont Village? You can volunteer or sponsor!

More info & sign-up: dupontmuseum.com/events
dupontwindows@gmail.com

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An evening of Aloha Mele Kalikimaka Hawaiian Christmas Concert by one of the top musical iconic traditional award winning groups: The Makaha Sons. They will be debuting their new release “It’s Christmas all over the World.”

Doors open 4PM.

VIP meet and greet with The Makaha Sons, light refreshments, a gift bag, premier concert seating, and an aloha Market by sponsor Keli’s sauces.

Christmas Hawaiian style!

Makaha Sons headlined at Kalama Heritage Festivals https://www.kalamafestival.com 

 

*Face masks and proof of vaccination or negative COVID-19 PCR test are required of ALL patrons attending ECA events. For those unable to be vaccinated, including children under 12, proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test (taken with 72 hours of performance) is required. No exceptions. Learn more about our Covid policies >>>https://bit.ly/ECACovid19Safety 

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Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

View Event
Pacific Bonsai Museum
Federal Way, WA

Stones are shaped by water, wind, sand, and ice but what we see in them is shaped by our minds. A bit like cloud watching, the ancient practice of viewing stones is an art of the imagination, in which we can see mountains, figures, animals, and even deep space. What you can find? See 30 exquisite viewing stones in Stone Images XI, an outdoor exhibition open to the public at Pacific Bonsai Museum. Stones in this exhibition were collected from six states (CA, ND, NM, SD, OR, and WA) by members of the local Northwest Viewing Stone Club (a study group of the Puget Sound Bonsai Association). All-ages. Free.

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Enjoy four Temporary Art Installations on Seattle Center grounds, now through end of 2021.
These works were developed through Seattle Office of Arts & Culture Art Interruptions program. Artists attended a year-long Public Art Bootcamp training program, which resulted in these four commissioned artworks. Seattle Center Sculpture Walk is funded by Seattle Center 1% for Art funds, and administered by Office of Arts & Culture. Fumi Amano – Fisher Pavilion Rooftop; Nate Clark – Founder’s Court South; Jovita Mercado – International Fountain Walkway; Jacques Trautman – Fisher Pavilion & Artists at Play.

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Musikkapelle Leavenworth
Leavenworth, WA

NEW CHANGES THIS DECEMBER & MORE MONTH-LONG CHRISTMAS FUN!

This December, midweek and on weekends, we plan on celebrating our eye popping display of over half a million lights and with music & entertainment, holiday characters for your photo ops, carolers, kids’ activities, roasting chestnuts, Santa photos and so much more!

No more “flipping of the switch” on Saturdays and Sundays. Instead, the town lights will shine bright every day of the week.

***Events are subject to change due to Covid-19 mandates and restrictions***

It is no surprise that December is the most popular month for visitors to come to Leavenworth. Below are some great tips for those planning on coming to our beautiful Christmastown this December, so your stay is a most enjoyable one! For those of you not traveling this December, you can still enjoy The Bavarian Village of Leavenworth from the comfort of your home! We are rolling out a host of creative new virtual ways to brighten your season like a live webcam of the lights, an online Holiday Gift Giving Guide and a Advent Calendar where you can win prizes to some of your favorite shops, restaurants and activities!

Is the Christmas Lighting Festival or other events happening on the weekends and in the month of December?

Our festivals typically draw very large crowds and in our efforts to maximize safety for our community and visitors, we are no longer doing our  traditional countdown or “flipping of the switch” for those Saturdays and Sundays in December. Instead, the lights will always be on 7 days a week from Thanksgiving through February and we have scheduled lots of fun entertainment and events both midweek and weekends throughout the month of December. Pro tip: A visit midweek or after the New Year will see fewer crowds and the same beautiful lights! We also have a virtual live-feed experience available so you can look at our beautiful lights from the comfort of your home: Live Webcam For more information on Christmastown in December please click here.

What safety measures are in place for Covid-19?

Front Street (the main street in downtown Leavenworth) has been closed to vehicle traffic since July of 2020 to allow for additional social distancing. Masks are currently mandatory inside public spaces so visitors should expect to wear masks indoors. Masks and sanitizing stations are also readily available throughout downtown. Please help keep our community safe!

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DuPont Historical Museum
Dupont, WA

Each night for two weeks in December, a new beautifully decorated
holiday window will be revealed. Neighbors can explore DuPont’s
original historic village on a self-guided walk to enjoy the festive
spirit and community creativity.
2021 WINDOW HOSTS NEEDED!
(Historic Village: neighborhood surrounding Barksdale Avenue)

Display your decorated window for up to 2 weeks in December
Represent winter traditions of your family, historical or religious scenes,
holiday pop culture, nature, etc.
Not artistic? Volunteer help is available!
Not just homes: any building in DuPont Village can host a window
Not in DuPont Village? You can volunteer or sponsor!

More info & sign-up: dupontmuseum.com/events
dupontwindows@gmail.com

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Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

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Pacific Bonsai Museum
Federal Way, WA

Stones are shaped by water, wind, sand, and ice but what we see in them is shaped by our minds. A bit like cloud watching, the ancient practice of viewing stones is an art of the imagination, in which we can see mountains, figures, animals, and even deep space. What you can find? See 30 exquisite viewing stones in Stone Images XI, an outdoor exhibition open to the public at Pacific Bonsai Museum. Stones in this exhibition were collected from six states (CA, ND, NM, SD, OR, and WA) by members of the local Northwest Viewing Stone Club (a study group of the Puget Sound Bonsai Association). All-ages. Free.

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Enjoy four Temporary Art Installations on Seattle Center grounds, now through end of 2021.
These works were developed through Seattle Office of Arts & Culture Art Interruptions program. Artists attended a year-long Public Art Bootcamp training program, which resulted in these four commissioned artworks. Seattle Center Sculpture Walk is funded by Seattle Center 1% for Art funds, and administered by Office of Arts & Culture. Fumi Amano – Fisher Pavilion Rooftop; Nate Clark – Founder’s Court South; Jovita Mercado – International Fountain Walkway; Jacques Trautman – Fisher Pavilion & Artists at Play.

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Musikkapelle Leavenworth
Leavenworth, WA

NEW CHANGES THIS DECEMBER & MORE MONTH-LONG CHRISTMAS FUN!

This December, midweek and on weekends, we plan on celebrating our eye popping display of over half a million lights and with music & entertainment, holiday characters for your photo ops, carolers, kids’ activities, roasting chestnuts, Santa photos and so much more!

No more “flipping of the switch” on Saturdays and Sundays. Instead, the town lights will shine bright every day of the week.

***Events are subject to change due to Covid-19 mandates and restrictions***

It is no surprise that December is the most popular month for visitors to come to Leavenworth. Below are some great tips for those planning on coming to our beautiful Christmastown this December, so your stay is a most enjoyable one! For those of you not traveling this December, you can still enjoy The Bavarian Village of Leavenworth from the comfort of your home! We are rolling out a host of creative new virtual ways to brighten your season like a live webcam of the lights, an online Holiday Gift Giving Guide and a Advent Calendar where you can win prizes to some of your favorite shops, restaurants and activities!

Is the Christmas Lighting Festival or other events happening on the weekends and in the month of December?

Our festivals typically draw very large crowds and in our efforts to maximize safety for our community and visitors, we are no longer doing our  traditional countdown or “flipping of the switch” for those Saturdays and Sundays in December. Instead, the lights will always be on 7 days a week from Thanksgiving through February and we have scheduled lots of fun entertainment and events both midweek and weekends throughout the month of December. Pro tip: A visit midweek or after the New Year will see fewer crowds and the same beautiful lights! We also have a virtual live-feed experience available so you can look at our beautiful lights from the comfort of your home: Live Webcam For more information on Christmastown in December please click here.

What safety measures are in place for Covid-19?

Front Street (the main street in downtown Leavenworth) has been closed to vehicle traffic since July of 2020 to allow for additional social distancing. Masks are currently mandatory inside public spaces so visitors should expect to wear masks indoors. Masks and sanitizing stations are also readily available throughout downtown. Please help keep our community safe!

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DuPont Historical Museum
Dupont, WA

Each night for two weeks in December, a new beautifully decorated
holiday window will be revealed. Neighbors can explore DuPont’s
original historic village on a self-guided walk to enjoy the festive
spirit and community creativity.
2021 WINDOW HOSTS NEEDED!
(Historic Village: neighborhood surrounding Barksdale Avenue)

Display your decorated window for up to 2 weeks in December
Represent winter traditions of your family, historical or religious scenes,
holiday pop culture, nature, etc.
Not artistic? Volunteer help is available!
Not just homes: any building in DuPont Village can host a window
Not in DuPont Village? You can volunteer or sponsor!

More info & sign-up: dupontmuseum.com/events
dupontwindows@gmail.com

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Event
Organization
Location

Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

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Pacific Bonsai Museum
Federal Way, WA

Stones are shaped by water, wind, sand, and ice but what we see in them is shaped by our minds. A bit like cloud watching, the ancient practice of viewing stones is an art of the imagination, in which we can see mountains, figures, animals, and even deep space. What you can find? See 30 exquisite viewing stones in Stone Images XI, an outdoor exhibition open to the public at Pacific Bonsai Museum. Stones in this exhibition were collected from six states (CA, ND, NM, SD, OR, and WA) by members of the local Northwest Viewing Stone Club (a study group of the Puget Sound Bonsai Association). All-ages. Free.

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Enjoy four Temporary Art Installations on Seattle Center grounds, now through end of 2021.
These works were developed through Seattle Office of Arts & Culture Art Interruptions program. Artists attended a year-long Public Art Bootcamp training program, which resulted in these four commissioned artworks. Seattle Center Sculpture Walk is funded by Seattle Center 1% for Art funds, and administered by Office of Arts & Culture. Fumi Amano – Fisher Pavilion Rooftop; Nate Clark – Founder’s Court South; Jovita Mercado – International Fountain Walkway; Jacques Trautman – Fisher Pavilion & Artists at Play.

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Musikkapelle Leavenworth
Leavenworth, WA

NEW CHANGES THIS DECEMBER & MORE MONTH-LONG CHRISTMAS FUN!

This December, midweek and on weekends, we plan on celebrating our eye popping display of over half a million lights and with music & entertainment, holiday characters for your photo ops, carolers, kids’ activities, roasting chestnuts, Santa photos and so much more!

No more “flipping of the switch” on Saturdays and Sundays. Instead, the town lights will shine bright every day of the week.

***Events are subject to change due to Covid-19 mandates and restrictions***

It is no surprise that December is the most popular month for visitors to come to Leavenworth. Below are some great tips for those planning on coming to our beautiful Christmastown this December, so your stay is a most enjoyable one! For those of you not traveling this December, you can still enjoy The Bavarian Village of Leavenworth from the comfort of your home! We are rolling out a host of creative new virtual ways to brighten your season like a live webcam of the lights, an online Holiday Gift Giving Guide and a Advent Calendar where you can win prizes to some of your favorite shops, restaurants and activities!

Is the Christmas Lighting Festival or other events happening on the weekends and in the month of December?

Our festivals typically draw very large crowds and in our efforts to maximize safety for our community and visitors, we are no longer doing our  traditional countdown or “flipping of the switch” for those Saturdays and Sundays in December. Instead, the lights will always be on 7 days a week from Thanksgiving through February and we have scheduled lots of fun entertainment and events both midweek and weekends throughout the month of December. Pro tip: A visit midweek or after the New Year will see fewer crowds and the same beautiful lights! We also have a virtual live-feed experience available so you can look at our beautiful lights from the comfort of your home: Live Webcam For more information on Christmastown in December please click here.

What safety measures are in place for Covid-19?

Front Street (the main street in downtown Leavenworth) has been closed to vehicle traffic since July of 2020 to allow for additional social distancing. Masks are currently mandatory inside public spaces so visitors should expect to wear masks indoors. Masks and sanitizing stations are also readily available throughout downtown. Please help keep our community safe!

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

View Event
Pacific Bonsai Museum
Federal Way, WA

Stones are shaped by water, wind, sand, and ice but what we see in them is shaped by our minds. A bit like cloud watching, the ancient practice of viewing stones is an art of the imagination, in which we can see mountains, figures, animals, and even deep space. What you can find? See 30 exquisite viewing stones in Stone Images XI, an outdoor exhibition open to the public at Pacific Bonsai Museum. Stones in this exhibition were collected from six states (CA, ND, NM, SD, OR, and WA) by members of the local Northwest Viewing Stone Club (a study group of the Puget Sound Bonsai Association). All-ages. Free.

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Enjoy four Temporary Art Installations on Seattle Center grounds, now through end of 2021.
These works were developed through Seattle Office of Arts & Culture Art Interruptions program. Artists attended a year-long Public Art Bootcamp training program, which resulted in these four commissioned artworks. Seattle Center Sculpture Walk is funded by Seattle Center 1% for Art funds, and administered by Office of Arts & Culture. Fumi Amano – Fisher Pavilion Rooftop; Nate Clark – Founder’s Court South; Jovita Mercado – International Fountain Walkway; Jacques Trautman – Fisher Pavilion & Artists at Play.

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Musikkapelle Leavenworth
Leavenworth, WA

NEW CHANGES THIS DECEMBER & MORE MONTH-LONG CHRISTMAS FUN!

This December, midweek and on weekends, we plan on celebrating our eye popping display of over half a million lights and with music & entertainment, holiday characters for your photo ops, carolers, kids’ activities, roasting chestnuts, Santa photos and so much more!

No more “flipping of the switch” on Saturdays and Sundays. Instead, the town lights will shine bright every day of the week.

***Events are subject to change due to Covid-19 mandates and restrictions***

It is no surprise that December is the most popular month for visitors to come to Leavenworth. Below are some great tips for those planning on coming to our beautiful Christmastown this December, so your stay is a most enjoyable one! For those of you not traveling this December, you can still enjoy The Bavarian Village of Leavenworth from the comfort of your home! We are rolling out a host of creative new virtual ways to brighten your season like a live webcam of the lights, an online Holiday Gift Giving Guide and a Advent Calendar where you can win prizes to some of your favorite shops, restaurants and activities!

Is the Christmas Lighting Festival or other events happening on the weekends and in the month of December?

Our festivals typically draw very large crowds and in our efforts to maximize safety for our community and visitors, we are no longer doing our  traditional countdown or “flipping of the switch” for those Saturdays and Sundays in December. Instead, the lights will always be on 7 days a week from Thanksgiving through February and we have scheduled lots of fun entertainment and events both midweek and weekends throughout the month of December. Pro tip: A visit midweek or after the New Year will see fewer crowds and the same beautiful lights! We also have a virtual live-feed experience available so you can look at our beautiful lights from the comfort of your home: Live Webcam For more information on Christmastown in December please click here.

What safety measures are in place for Covid-19?

Front Street (the main street in downtown Leavenworth) has been closed to vehicle traffic since July of 2020 to allow for additional social distancing. Masks are currently mandatory inside public spaces so visitors should expect to wear masks indoors. Masks and sanitizing stations are also readily available throughout downtown. Please help keep our community safe!

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

View Event
Pacific Bonsai Museum
Federal Way, WA

Stones are shaped by water, wind, sand, and ice but what we see in them is shaped by our minds. A bit like cloud watching, the ancient practice of viewing stones is an art of the imagination, in which we can see mountains, figures, animals, and even deep space. What you can find? See 30 exquisite viewing stones in Stone Images XI, an outdoor exhibition open to the public at Pacific Bonsai Museum. Stones in this exhibition were collected from six states (CA, ND, NM, SD, OR, and WA) by members of the local Northwest Viewing Stone Club (a study group of the Puget Sound Bonsai Association). All-ages. Free.

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Enjoy four Temporary Art Installations on Seattle Center grounds, now through end of 2021.
These works were developed through Seattle Office of Arts & Culture Art Interruptions program. Artists attended a year-long Public Art Bootcamp training program, which resulted in these four commissioned artworks. Seattle Center Sculpture Walk is funded by Seattle Center 1% for Art funds, and administered by Office of Arts & Culture. Fumi Amano – Fisher Pavilion Rooftop; Nate Clark – Founder’s Court South; Jovita Mercado – International Fountain Walkway; Jacques Trautman – Fisher Pavilion & Artists at Play.

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Malo e lelei, beloved Pasifika family! With the Holiday season just around the corner, we wanted to provide some good ol’ Pasifika staples in time for your festivities this winter.

If your family is not already receiving support from our Pasifika Food Networks program and you would like to, please reach out to us as soon as possible! For families who sign up we will have boxes for pick-up or we can even deliver straight to your door if you live within 10 miles of our office in Federal Way. You can e-mail Ritae at ritae@picawa.org or call us at 206/686/5221

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Musikkapelle Leavenworth
Leavenworth, WA

NEW CHANGES THIS DECEMBER & MORE MONTH-LONG CHRISTMAS FUN!

This December, midweek and on weekends, we plan on celebrating our eye popping display of over half a million lights and with music & entertainment, holiday characters for your photo ops, carolers, kids’ activities, roasting chestnuts, Santa photos and so much more!

No more “flipping of the switch” on Saturdays and Sundays. Instead, the town lights will shine bright every day of the week.

***Events are subject to change due to Covid-19 mandates and restrictions***

It is no surprise that December is the most popular month for visitors to come to Leavenworth. Below are some great tips for those planning on coming to our beautiful Christmastown this December, so your stay is a most enjoyable one! For those of you not traveling this December, you can still enjoy The Bavarian Village of Leavenworth from the comfort of your home! We are rolling out a host of creative new virtual ways to brighten your season like a live webcam of the lights, an online Holiday Gift Giving Guide and a Advent Calendar where you can win prizes to some of your favorite shops, restaurants and activities!

Is the Christmas Lighting Festival or other events happening on the weekends and in the month of December?

Our festivals typically draw very large crowds and in our efforts to maximize safety for our community and visitors, we are no longer doing our  traditional countdown or “flipping of the switch” for those Saturdays and Sundays in December. Instead, the lights will always be on 7 days a week from Thanksgiving through February and we have scheduled lots of fun entertainment and events both midweek and weekends throughout the month of December. Pro tip: A visit midweek or after the New Year will see fewer crowds and the same beautiful lights! We also have a virtual live-feed experience available so you can look at our beautiful lights from the comfort of your home: Live Webcam For more information on Christmastown in December please click here.

What safety measures are in place for Covid-19?

Front Street (the main street in downtown Leavenworth) has been closed to vehicle traffic since July of 2020 to allow for additional social distancing. Masks are currently mandatory inside public spaces so visitors should expect to wear masks indoors. Masks and sanitizing stations are also readily available throughout downtown. Please help keep our community safe!

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

View Event
Pacific Bonsai Museum
Federal Way, WA

Stones are shaped by water, wind, sand, and ice but what we see in them is shaped by our minds. A bit like cloud watching, the ancient practice of viewing stones is an art of the imagination, in which we can see mountains, figures, animals, and even deep space. What you can find? See 30 exquisite viewing stones in Stone Images XI, an outdoor exhibition open to the public at Pacific Bonsai Museum. Stones in this exhibition were collected from six states (CA, ND, NM, SD, OR, and WA) by members of the local Northwest Viewing Stone Club (a study group of the Puget Sound Bonsai Association). All-ages. Free.

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Enjoy four Temporary Art Installations on Seattle Center grounds, now through end of 2021.
These works were developed through Seattle Office of Arts & Culture Art Interruptions program. Artists attended a year-long Public Art Bootcamp training program, which resulted in these four commissioned artworks. Seattle Center Sculpture Walk is funded by Seattle Center 1% for Art funds, and administered by Office of Arts & Culture. Fumi Amano – Fisher Pavilion Rooftop; Nate Clark – Founder’s Court South; Jovita Mercado – International Fountain Walkway; Jacques Trautman – Fisher Pavilion & Artists at Play.

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Musikkapelle Leavenworth
Leavenworth, WA

NEW CHANGES THIS DECEMBER & MORE MONTH-LONG CHRISTMAS FUN!

This December, midweek and on weekends, we plan on celebrating our eye popping display of over half a million lights and with music & entertainment, holiday characters for your photo ops, carolers, kids’ activities, roasting chestnuts, Santa photos and so much more!

No more “flipping of the switch” on Saturdays and Sundays. Instead, the town lights will shine bright every day of the week.

***Events are subject to change due to Covid-19 mandates and restrictions***

It is no surprise that December is the most popular month for visitors to come to Leavenworth. Below are some great tips for those planning on coming to our beautiful Christmastown this December, so your stay is a most enjoyable one! For those of you not traveling this December, you can still enjoy The Bavarian Village of Leavenworth from the comfort of your home! We are rolling out a host of creative new virtual ways to brighten your season like a live webcam of the lights, an online Holiday Gift Giving Guide and a Advent Calendar where you can win prizes to some of your favorite shops, restaurants and activities!

Is the Christmas Lighting Festival or other events happening on the weekends and in the month of December?

Our festivals typically draw very large crowds and in our efforts to maximize safety for our community and visitors, we are no longer doing our  traditional countdown or “flipping of the switch” for those Saturdays and Sundays in December. Instead, the lights will always be on 7 days a week from Thanksgiving through February and we have scheduled lots of fun entertainment and events both midweek and weekends throughout the month of December. Pro tip: A visit midweek or after the New Year will see fewer crowds and the same beautiful lights! We also have a virtual live-feed experience available so you can look at our beautiful lights from the comfort of your home: Live Webcam For more information on Christmastown in December please click here.

What safety measures are in place for Covid-19?

Front Street (the main street in downtown Leavenworth) has been closed to vehicle traffic since July of 2020 to allow for additional social distancing. Masks are currently mandatory inside public spaces so visitors should expect to wear masks indoors. Masks and sanitizing stations are also readily available throughout downtown. Please help keep our community safe!

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

View Event
Pacific Bonsai Museum
Federal Way, WA

Stones are shaped by water, wind, sand, and ice but what we see in them is shaped by our minds. A bit like cloud watching, the ancient practice of viewing stones is an art of the imagination, in which we can see mountains, figures, animals, and even deep space. What you can find? See 30 exquisite viewing stones in Stone Images XI, an outdoor exhibition open to the public at Pacific Bonsai Museum. Stones in this exhibition were collected from six states (CA, ND, NM, SD, OR, and WA) by members of the local Northwest Viewing Stone Club (a study group of the Puget Sound Bonsai Association). All-ages. Free.

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Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center

Showcasing Authentic Native American Art and Crafts

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Enjoy four Temporary Art Installations on Seattle Center grounds, now through end of 2021.
These works were developed through Seattle Office of Arts & Culture Art Interruptions program. Artists attended a year-long Public Art Bootcamp training program, which resulted in these four commissioned artworks. Seattle Center Sculpture Walk is funded by Seattle Center 1% for Art funds, and administered by Office of Arts & Culture. Fumi Amano – Fisher Pavilion Rooftop; Nate Clark – Founder’s Court South; Jovita Mercado – International Fountain Walkway; Jacques Trautman – Fisher Pavilion & Artists at Play.

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Musikkapelle Leavenworth
Leavenworth, WA

NEW CHANGES THIS DECEMBER & MORE MONTH-LONG CHRISTMAS FUN!

This December, midweek and on weekends, we plan on celebrating our eye popping display of over half a million lights and with music & entertainment, holiday characters for your photo ops, carolers, kids’ activities, roasting chestnuts, Santa photos and so much more!

No more “flipping of the switch” on Saturdays and Sundays. Instead, the town lights will shine bright every day of the week.

***Events are subject to change due to Covid-19 mandates and restrictions***

It is no surprise that December is the most popular month for visitors to come to Leavenworth. Below are some great tips for those planning on coming to our beautiful Christmastown this December, so your stay is a most enjoyable one! For those of you not traveling this December, you can still enjoy The Bavarian Village of Leavenworth from the comfort of your home! We are rolling out a host of creative new virtual ways to brighten your season like a live webcam of the lights, an online Holiday Gift Giving Guide and a Advent Calendar where you can win prizes to some of your favorite shops, restaurants and activities!

Is the Christmas Lighting Festival or other events happening on the weekends and in the month of December?

Our festivals typically draw very large crowds and in our efforts to maximize safety for our community and visitors, we are no longer doing our  traditional countdown or “flipping of the switch” for those Saturdays and Sundays in December. Instead, the lights will always be on 7 days a week from Thanksgiving through February and we have scheduled lots of fun entertainment and events both midweek and weekends throughout the month of December. Pro tip: A visit midweek or after the New Year will see fewer crowds and the same beautiful lights! We also have a virtual live-feed experience available so you can look at our beautiful lights from the comfort of your home: Live Webcam For more information on Christmastown in December please click here.

What safety measures are in place for Covid-19?

Front Street (the main street in downtown Leavenworth) has been closed to vehicle traffic since July of 2020 to allow for additional social distancing. Masks are currently mandatory inside public spaces so visitors should expect to wear masks indoors. Masks and sanitizing stations are also readily available throughout downtown. Please help keep our community safe!

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Tacoma Refugee Choir
Tacoma, WA

Let There Be Peace On Earth

We invite you to join us for this Christmas benefit concert, featuring TRC director Erin Guinup & members of the Tacoma Refugee Choir. The program will include popular carols such as “O Holy Night” and “O Little Town of Bethlehem”, as well as pieces sung by members in Farsi, Spanish, Ukrainian, Japanese, and Swahili. The Tacoma Refugee Choir will perform songs of hope and peace and the audience will be invited to join us in singing “Let There Be Peace on Earth”.

This will be a feel-good concert that reminds us of how connected we all are during this holiday season. You can be part of this special program by joining us in-person or through the livestream.

ALL Donations benefit the Tacoma Refugee Choir’s work of building a more welcoming community. If you wish to make a donation other than the amounts listed above, please select the ticket of your choice and then add a donation in the box below.

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Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

View Event
Pacific Bonsai Museum
Federal Way, WA

Stones are shaped by water, wind, sand, and ice but what we see in them is shaped by our minds. A bit like cloud watching, the ancient practice of viewing stones is an art of the imagination, in which we can see mountains, figures, animals, and even deep space. What you can find? See 30 exquisite viewing stones in Stone Images XI, an outdoor exhibition open to the public at Pacific Bonsai Museum. Stones in this exhibition were collected from six states (CA, ND, NM, SD, OR, and WA) by members of the local Northwest Viewing Stone Club (a study group of the Puget Sound Bonsai Association). All-ages. Free.

View Event
Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center

Showcasing Authentic Native American Art and Crafts

View Event

Enjoy four Temporary Art Installations on Seattle Center grounds, now through end of 2021.
These works were developed through Seattle Office of Arts & Culture Art Interruptions program. Artists attended a year-long Public Art Bootcamp training program, which resulted in these four commissioned artworks. Seattle Center Sculpture Walk is funded by Seattle Center 1% for Art funds, and administered by Office of Arts & Culture. Fumi Amano – Fisher Pavilion Rooftop; Nate Clark – Founder’s Court South; Jovita Mercado – International Fountain Walkway; Jacques Trautman – Fisher Pavilion & Artists at Play.

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Musikkapelle Leavenworth
Leavenworth, WA

NEW CHANGES THIS DECEMBER & MORE MONTH-LONG CHRISTMAS FUN!

This December, midweek and on weekends, we plan on celebrating our eye popping display of over half a million lights and with music & entertainment, holiday characters for your photo ops, carolers, kids’ activities, roasting chestnuts, Santa photos and so much more!

No more “flipping of the switch” on Saturdays and Sundays. Instead, the town lights will shine bright every day of the week.

***Events are subject to change due to Covid-19 mandates and restrictions***

It is no surprise that December is the most popular month for visitors to come to Leavenworth. Below are some great tips for those planning on coming to our beautiful Christmastown this December, so your stay is a most enjoyable one! For those of you not traveling this December, you can still enjoy The Bavarian Village of Leavenworth from the comfort of your home! We are rolling out a host of creative new virtual ways to brighten your season like a live webcam of the lights, an online Holiday Gift Giving Guide and a Advent Calendar where you can win prizes to some of your favorite shops, restaurants and activities!

Is the Christmas Lighting Festival or other events happening on the weekends and in the month of December?

Our festivals typically draw very large crowds and in our efforts to maximize safety for our community and visitors, we are no longer doing our  traditional countdown or “flipping of the switch” for those Saturdays and Sundays in December. Instead, the lights will always be on 7 days a week from Thanksgiving through February and we have scheduled lots of fun entertainment and events both midweek and weekends throughout the month of December. Pro tip: A visit midweek or after the New Year will see fewer crowds and the same beautiful lights! We also have a virtual live-feed experience available so you can look at our beautiful lights from the comfort of your home: Live Webcam For more information on Christmastown in December please click here.

What safety measures are in place for Covid-19?

Front Street (the main street in downtown Leavenworth) has been closed to vehicle traffic since July of 2020 to allow for additional social distancing. Masks are currently mandatory inside public spaces so visitors should expect to wear masks indoors. Masks and sanitizing stations are also readily available throughout downtown. Please help keep our community safe!

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Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

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Pacific Bonsai Museum
Federal Way, WA

Stones are shaped by water, wind, sand, and ice but what we see in them is shaped by our minds. A bit like cloud watching, the ancient practice of viewing stones is an art of the imagination, in which we can see mountains, figures, animals, and even deep space. What you can find? See 30 exquisite viewing stones in Stone Images XI, an outdoor exhibition open to the public at Pacific Bonsai Museum. Stones in this exhibition were collected from six states (CA, ND, NM, SD, OR, and WA) by members of the local Northwest Viewing Stone Club (a study group of the Puget Sound Bonsai Association). All-ages. Free.

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Enjoy four Temporary Art Installations on Seattle Center grounds, now through end of 2021.
These works were developed through Seattle Office of Arts & Culture Art Interruptions program. Artists attended a year-long Public Art Bootcamp training program, which resulted in these four commissioned artworks. Seattle Center Sculpture Walk is funded by Seattle Center 1% for Art funds, and administered by Office of Arts & Culture. Fumi Amano – Fisher Pavilion Rooftop; Nate Clark – Founder’s Court South; Jovita Mercado – International Fountain Walkway; Jacques Trautman – Fisher Pavilion & Artists at Play.

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Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

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Pacific Bonsai Museum
Federal Way, WA

Stones are shaped by water, wind, sand, and ice but what we see in them is shaped by our minds. A bit like cloud watching, the ancient practice of viewing stones is an art of the imagination, in which we can see mountains, figures, animals, and even deep space. What you can find? See 30 exquisite viewing stones in Stone Images XI, an outdoor exhibition open to the public at Pacific Bonsai Museum. Stones in this exhibition were collected from six states (CA, ND, NM, SD, OR, and WA) by members of the local Northwest Viewing Stone Club (a study group of the Puget Sound Bonsai Association). All-ages. Free.

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Enjoy four Temporary Art Installations on Seattle Center grounds, now through end of 2021.
These works were developed through Seattle Office of Arts & Culture Art Interruptions program. Artists attended a year-long Public Art Bootcamp training program, which resulted in these four commissioned artworks. Seattle Center Sculpture Walk is funded by Seattle Center 1% for Art funds, and administered by Office of Arts & Culture. Fumi Amano – Fisher Pavilion Rooftop; Nate Clark – Founder’s Court South; Jovita Mercado – International Fountain Walkway; Jacques Trautman – Fisher Pavilion & Artists at Play.

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Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

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Pacific Bonsai Museum
Federal Way, WA

Stones are shaped by water, wind, sand, and ice but what we see in them is shaped by our minds. A bit like cloud watching, the ancient practice of viewing stones is an art of the imagination, in which we can see mountains, figures, animals, and even deep space. What you can find? See 30 exquisite viewing stones in Stone Images XI, an outdoor exhibition open to the public at Pacific Bonsai Museum. Stones in this exhibition were collected from six states (CA, ND, NM, SD, OR, and WA) by members of the local Northwest Viewing Stone Club (a study group of the Puget Sound Bonsai Association). All-ages. Free.

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Enjoy four Temporary Art Installations on Seattle Center grounds, now through end of 2021.
These works were developed through Seattle Office of Arts & Culture Art Interruptions program. Artists attended a year-long Public Art Bootcamp training program, which resulted in these four commissioned artworks. Seattle Center Sculpture Walk is funded by Seattle Center 1% for Art funds, and administered by Office of Arts & Culture. Fumi Amano – Fisher Pavilion Rooftop; Nate Clark – Founder’s Court South; Jovita Mercado – International Fountain Walkway; Jacques Trautman – Fisher Pavilion & Artists at Play.

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Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

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Pacific Bonsai Museum
Federal Way, WA

Stones are shaped by water, wind, sand, and ice but what we see in them is shaped by our minds. A bit like cloud watching, the ancient practice of viewing stones is an art of the imagination, in which we can see mountains, figures, animals, and even deep space. What you can find? See 30 exquisite viewing stones in Stone Images XI, an outdoor exhibition open to the public at Pacific Bonsai Museum. Stones in this exhibition were collected from six states (CA, ND, NM, SD, OR, and WA) by members of the local Northwest Viewing Stone Club (a study group of the Puget Sound Bonsai Association). All-ages. Free.

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Enjoy four Temporary Art Installations on Seattle Center grounds, now through end of 2021.
These works were developed through Seattle Office of Arts & Culture Art Interruptions program. Artists attended a year-long Public Art Bootcamp training program, which resulted in these four commissioned artworks. Seattle Center Sculpture Walk is funded by Seattle Center 1% for Art funds, and administered by Office of Arts & Culture. Fumi Amano – Fisher Pavilion Rooftop; Nate Clark – Founder’s Court South; Jovita Mercado – International Fountain Walkway; Jacques Trautman – Fisher Pavilion & Artists at Play.

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Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

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Pacific Bonsai Museum
Federal Way, WA

Stones are shaped by water, wind, sand, and ice but what we see in them is shaped by our minds. A bit like cloud watching, the ancient practice of viewing stones is an art of the imagination, in which we can see mountains, figures, animals, and even deep space. What you can find? See 30 exquisite viewing stones in Stone Images XI, an outdoor exhibition open to the public at Pacific Bonsai Museum. Stones in this exhibition were collected from six states (CA, ND, NM, SD, OR, and WA) by members of the local Northwest Viewing Stone Club (a study group of the Puget Sound Bonsai Association). All-ages. Free.

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Enjoy four Temporary Art Installations on Seattle Center grounds, now through end of 2021.
These works were developed through Seattle Office of Arts & Culture Art Interruptions program. Artists attended a year-long Public Art Bootcamp training program, which resulted in these four commissioned artworks. Seattle Center Sculpture Walk is funded by Seattle Center 1% for Art funds, and administered by Office of Arts & Culture. Fumi Amano – Fisher Pavilion Rooftop; Nate Clark – Founder’s Court South; Jovita Mercado – International Fountain Walkway; Jacques Trautman – Fisher Pavilion & Artists at Play.

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Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

View Event
Pacific Bonsai Museum
Federal Way, WA

Stones are shaped by water, wind, sand, and ice but what we see in them is shaped by our minds. A bit like cloud watching, the ancient practice of viewing stones is an art of the imagination, in which we can see mountains, figures, animals, and even deep space. What you can find? See 30 exquisite viewing stones in Stone Images XI, an outdoor exhibition open to the public at Pacific Bonsai Museum. Stones in this exhibition were collected from six states (CA, ND, NM, SD, OR, and WA) by members of the local Northwest Viewing Stone Club (a study group of the Puget Sound Bonsai Association). All-ages. Free.

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Enjoy four Temporary Art Installations on Seattle Center grounds, now through end of 2021.
These works were developed through Seattle Office of Arts & Culture Art Interruptions program. Artists attended a year-long Public Art Bootcamp training program, which resulted in these four commissioned artworks. Seattle Center Sculpture Walk is funded by Seattle Center 1% for Art funds, and administered by Office of Arts & Culture. Fumi Amano – Fisher Pavilion Rooftop; Nate Clark – Founder’s Court South; Jovita Mercado – International Fountain Walkway; Jacques Trautman – Fisher Pavilion & Artists at Play.

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Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

View Event
Pacific Bonsai Museum
Federal Way, WA

Stones are shaped by water, wind, sand, and ice but what we see in them is shaped by our minds. A bit like cloud watching, the ancient practice of viewing stones is an art of the imagination, in which we can see mountains, figures, animals, and even deep space. What you can find? See 30 exquisite viewing stones in Stone Images XI, an outdoor exhibition open to the public at Pacific Bonsai Museum. Stones in this exhibition were collected from six states (CA, ND, NM, SD, OR, and WA) by members of the local Northwest Viewing Stone Club (a study group of the Puget Sound Bonsai Association). All-ages. Free.

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Enjoy four Temporary Art Installations on Seattle Center grounds, now through end of 2021.
These works were developed through Seattle Office of Arts & Culture Art Interruptions program. Artists attended a year-long Public Art Bootcamp training program, which resulted in these four commissioned artworks. Seattle Center Sculpture Walk is funded by Seattle Center 1% for Art funds, and administered by Office of Arts & Culture. Fumi Amano – Fisher Pavilion Rooftop; Nate Clark – Founder’s Court South; Jovita Mercado – International Fountain Walkway; Jacques Trautman – Fisher Pavilion & Artists at Play.

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Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

View Event
Pacific Bonsai Museum
Federal Way, WA

Stones are shaped by water, wind, sand, and ice but what we see in them is shaped by our minds. A bit like cloud watching, the ancient practice of viewing stones is an art of the imagination, in which we can see mountains, figures, animals, and even deep space. What you can find? See 30 exquisite viewing stones in Stone Images XI, an outdoor exhibition open to the public at Pacific Bonsai Museum. Stones in this exhibition were collected from six states (CA, ND, NM, SD, OR, and WA) by members of the local Northwest Viewing Stone Club (a study group of the Puget Sound Bonsai Association). All-ages. Free.

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Enjoy four Temporary Art Installations on Seattle Center grounds, now through end of 2021.
These works were developed through Seattle Office of Arts & Culture Art Interruptions program. Artists attended a year-long Public Art Bootcamp training program, which resulted in these four commissioned artworks. Seattle Center Sculpture Walk is funded by Seattle Center 1% for Art funds, and administered by Office of Arts & Culture. Fumi Amano – Fisher Pavilion Rooftop; Nate Clark – Founder’s Court South; Jovita Mercado – International Fountain Walkway; Jacques Trautman – Fisher Pavilion & Artists at Play.

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Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

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Pacific Bonsai Museum
Federal Way, WA

Stones are shaped by water, wind, sand, and ice but what we see in them is shaped by our minds. A bit like cloud watching, the ancient practice of viewing stones is an art of the imagination, in which we can see mountains, figures, animals, and even deep space. What you can find? See 30 exquisite viewing stones in Stone Images XI, an outdoor exhibition open to the public at Pacific Bonsai Museum. Stones in this exhibition were collected from six states (CA, ND, NM, SD, OR, and WA) by members of the local Northwest Viewing Stone Club (a study group of the Puget Sound Bonsai Association). All-ages. Free.

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Enjoy four Temporary Art Installations on Seattle Center grounds, now through end of 2021.
These works were developed through Seattle Office of Arts & Culture Art Interruptions program. Artists attended a year-long Public Art Bootcamp training program, which resulted in these four commissioned artworks. Seattle Center Sculpture Walk is funded by Seattle Center 1% for Art funds, and administered by Office of Arts & Culture. Fumi Amano – Fisher Pavilion Rooftop; Nate Clark – Founder’s Court South; Jovita Mercado – International Fountain Walkway; Jacques Trautman – Fisher Pavilion & Artists at Play.

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Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

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Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience is a 44,000 square foot light and sound spectacular featuring two-story projections of the artist’s most compelling works. Encounter the brilliance of one of history’s greatest artists in 360 degrees.

A perfect outing for all ages!
  • Weekdays: From 10am to 7pm (last entry)
  • Weekends & holidays: From 9am to 8pm (last entry)
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Pacific Bonsai Museum
Federal Way, WA

Stones are shaped by water, wind, sand, and ice but what we see in them is shaped by our minds. A bit like cloud watching, the ancient practice of viewing stones is an art of the imagination, in which we can see mountains, figures, animals, and even deep space. What you can find? See 30 exquisite viewing stones in Stone Images XI, an outdoor exhibition open to the public at Pacific Bonsai Museum. Stones in this exhibition were collected from six states (CA, ND, NM, SD, OR, and WA) by members of the local Northwest Viewing Stone Club (a study group of the Puget Sound Bonsai Association). All-ages. Free.

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Enjoy four Temporary Art Installations on Seattle Center grounds, now through end of 2021.
These works were developed through Seattle Office of Arts & Culture Art Interruptions program. Artists attended a year-long Public Art Bootcamp training program, which resulted in these four commissioned artworks. Seattle Center Sculpture Walk is funded by Seattle Center 1% for Art funds, and administered by Office of Arts & Culture. Fumi Amano – Fisher Pavilion Rooftop; Nate Clark – Founder’s Court South; Jovita Mercado – International Fountain Walkway; Jacques Trautman – Fisher Pavilion & Artists at Play.

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Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

View Event

Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience is a 44,000 square foot light and sound spectacular featuring two-story projections of the artist’s most compelling works. Encounter the brilliance of one of history’s greatest artists in 360 degrees.

A perfect outing for all ages!
  • Weekdays: From 10am to 7pm (last entry)
  • Weekends & holidays: From 9am to 8pm (last entry)
View Event
Pacific Bonsai Museum
Federal Way, WA

Stones are shaped by water, wind, sand, and ice but what we see in them is shaped by our minds. A bit like cloud watching, the ancient practice of viewing stones is an art of the imagination, in which we can see mountains, figures, animals, and even deep space. What you can find? See 30 exquisite viewing stones in Stone Images XI, an outdoor exhibition open to the public at Pacific Bonsai Museum. Stones in this exhibition were collected from six states (CA, ND, NM, SD, OR, and WA) by members of the local Northwest Viewing Stone Club (a study group of the Puget Sound Bonsai Association). All-ages. Free.

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Enjoy four Temporary Art Installations on Seattle Center grounds, now through end of 2021.
These works were developed through Seattle Office of Arts & Culture Art Interruptions program. Artists attended a year-long Public Art Bootcamp training program, which resulted in these four commissioned artworks. Seattle Center Sculpture Walk is funded by Seattle Center 1% for Art funds, and administered by Office of Arts & Culture. Fumi Amano – Fisher Pavilion Rooftop; Nate Clark – Founder’s Court South; Jovita Mercado – International Fountain Walkway; Jacques Trautman – Fisher Pavilion & Artists at Play.

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Event
Organization
Location

Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

View Event

Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience is a 44,000 square foot light and sound spectacular featuring two-story projections of the artist’s most compelling works. Encounter the brilliance of one of history’s greatest artists in 360 degrees.

A perfect outing for all ages!
  • Weekdays: From 10am to 7pm (last entry)
  • Weekends & holidays: From 9am to 8pm (last entry)
View Event
Pacific Bonsai Museum
Federal Way, WA

Stones are shaped by water, wind, sand, and ice but what we see in them is shaped by our minds. A bit like cloud watching, the ancient practice of viewing stones is an art of the imagination, in which we can see mountains, figures, animals, and even deep space. What you can find? See 30 exquisite viewing stones in Stone Images XI, an outdoor exhibition open to the public at Pacific Bonsai Museum. Stones in this exhibition were collected from six states (CA, ND, NM, SD, OR, and WA) by members of the local Northwest Viewing Stone Club (a study group of the Puget Sound Bonsai Association). All-ages. Free.

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Enjoy four Temporary Art Installations on Seattle Center grounds, now through end of 2021.
These works were developed through Seattle Office of Arts & Culture Art Interruptions program. Artists attended a year-long Public Art Bootcamp training program, which resulted in these four commissioned artworks. Seattle Center Sculpture Walk is funded by Seattle Center 1% for Art funds, and administered by Office of Arts & Culture. Fumi Amano – Fisher Pavilion Rooftop; Nate Clark – Founder’s Court South; Jovita Mercado – International Fountain Walkway; Jacques Trautman – Fisher Pavilion & Artists at Play.

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Event
Organization
Location

Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

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Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

A View from Above: Bird’s-Eye Maps from the WSHS Collection 

Bird’s-eye view (also known as panoramic) maps were drawn to give the viewer a sense of looking down at a city and its major features as if they were flying above it. Popular in the late 1800s and early 1900s, these maps were mass-produced and represented American cities and villages of all sizes and from all parts of the country. At a time when many Americans were immigrants for whom English was not a first language, these views told stories that printed broadsides and newspapers could not and thus also became a popular medium for advertisers and city boosters. By the 1930s, the invention of the airplane led to aerial photographs that gradually supplanted these elaborately illustrated maps. 

A View from Above showcases some of the many panoramic maps in the Historical Society’s collections, including those printed during the heyday of the art as well as more modern images influenced by this technique. These maps reflect a broad spectrum of Washington cities and towns both before and after statehood. The illustrations showcase the talents of commercial artists of the time. This exhibition also features a selection of objects connected to surveying, mapmaking, and commercial illustration.

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Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts
Sept 17, 2021 – Jan 23, 2022
A traveling exhibition from the American Folk Art Museum in New York, NY.

Looking across city blocks and quilt blocks, roadways and seams, one can see a visible kinship between quilt making and cartography. Both are built upon established systems that use color, pattern, and symbols to create whole compositions from a network of interlocked parts. Quilts and maps are also infused with history and memory—similarly living records of traditions, experiences, relationships, beliefs, and future aspirations. What can be gleaned from a bit of patchwork cut from a wedding dress, castoff feed sack, or commemorative flag? How are personal, political, cultural, and spiritual ideals inscribed onto a quilt’s surface, creating a network of roadways and landmarks that illustrate the quilt maker’s world and his or her place within it?

Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts is an invitation to read quilts as maps, tracing the paths of individual stories and experiences that illuminate larger historic events and cultural trends. Spanning the nineteenth to the twenty-first centuries, the exhibition brings together a collection of quilts from the collection of the American Folk Art Museum that represents a range of materials, motifs, and techniques—from traditional early-American quilts to more contemporary sculptural assemblage.

Exhibition curator: Sarah Margolis-Pineo, assistant curator, Self-Taught Genius Gallery, American Folk Art Museum

View Event

Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience is a 44,000 square foot light and sound spectacular featuring two-story projections of the artist’s most compelling works. Encounter the brilliance of one of history’s greatest artists in 360 degrees.

A perfect outing for all ages!
  • Weekdays: From 10am to 7pm (last entry)
  • Weekends & holidays: From 9am to 8pm (last entry)
View Event
Pacific Bonsai Museum
Federal Way, WA

Stones are shaped by water, wind, sand, and ice but what we see in them is shaped by our minds. A bit like cloud watching, the ancient practice of viewing stones is an art of the imagination, in which we can see mountains, figures, animals, and even deep space. What you can find? See 30 exquisite viewing stones in Stone Images XI, an outdoor exhibition open to the public at Pacific Bonsai Museum. Stones in this exhibition were collected from six states (CA, ND, NM, SD, OR, and WA) by members of the local Northwest Viewing Stone Club (a study group of the Puget Sound Bonsai Association). All-ages. Free.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

View Event
Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

A View from Above: Bird’s-Eye Maps from the WSHS Collection 

Bird’s-eye view (also known as panoramic) maps were drawn to give the viewer a sense of looking down at a city and its major features as if they were flying above it. Popular in the late 1800s and early 1900s, these maps were mass-produced and represented American cities and villages of all sizes and from all parts of the country. At a time when many Americans were immigrants for whom English was not a first language, these views told stories that printed broadsides and newspapers could not and thus also became a popular medium for advertisers and city boosters. By the 1930s, the invention of the airplane led to aerial photographs that gradually supplanted these elaborately illustrated maps. 

A View from Above showcases some of the many panoramic maps in the Historical Society’s collections, including those printed during the heyday of the art as well as more modern images influenced by this technique. These maps reflect a broad spectrum of Washington cities and towns both before and after statehood. The illustrations showcase the talents of commercial artists of the time. This exhibition also features a selection of objects connected to surveying, mapmaking, and commercial illustration.

View Event
Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts
Sept 17, 2021 – Jan 23, 2022
A traveling exhibition from the American Folk Art Museum in New York, NY.

Looking across city blocks and quilt blocks, roadways and seams, one can see a visible kinship between quilt making and cartography. Both are built upon established systems that use color, pattern, and symbols to create whole compositions from a network of interlocked parts. Quilts and maps are also infused with history and memory—similarly living records of traditions, experiences, relationships, beliefs, and future aspirations. What can be gleaned from a bit of patchwork cut from a wedding dress, castoff feed sack, or commemorative flag? How are personal, political, cultural, and spiritual ideals inscribed onto a quilt’s surface, creating a network of roadways and landmarks that illustrate the quilt maker’s world and his or her place within it?

Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts is an invitation to read quilts as maps, tracing the paths of individual stories and experiences that illuminate larger historic events and cultural trends. Spanning the nineteenth to the twenty-first centuries, the exhibition brings together a collection of quilts from the collection of the American Folk Art Museum that represents a range of materials, motifs, and techniques—from traditional early-American quilts to more contemporary sculptural assemblage.

Exhibition curator: Sarah Margolis-Pineo, assistant curator, Self-Taught Genius Gallery, American Folk Art Museum

View Event

Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience is a 44,000 square foot light and sound spectacular featuring two-story projections of the artist’s most compelling works. Encounter the brilliance of one of history’s greatest artists in 360 degrees.

A perfect outing for all ages!
  • Weekdays: From 10am to 7pm (last entry)
  • Weekends & holidays: From 9am to 8pm (last entry)
View Event
Pacific Bonsai Museum
Federal Way, WA

Stones are shaped by water, wind, sand, and ice but what we see in them is shaped by our minds. A bit like cloud watching, the ancient practice of viewing stones is an art of the imagination, in which we can see mountains, figures, animals, and even deep space. What you can find? See 30 exquisite viewing stones in Stone Images XI, an outdoor exhibition open to the public at Pacific Bonsai Museum. Stones in this exhibition were collected from six states (CA, ND, NM, SD, OR, and WA) by members of the local Northwest Viewing Stone Club (a study group of the Puget Sound Bonsai Association). All-ages. Free.

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Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

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Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

A View from Above: Bird’s-Eye Maps from the WSHS Collection 

Bird’s-eye view (also known as panoramic) maps were drawn to give the viewer a sense of looking down at a city and its major features as if they were flying above it. Popular in the late 1800s and early 1900s, these maps were mass-produced and represented American cities and villages of all sizes and from all parts of the country. At a time when many Americans were immigrants for whom English was not a first language, these views told stories that printed broadsides and newspapers could not and thus also became a popular medium for advertisers and city boosters. By the 1930s, the invention of the airplane led to aerial photographs that gradually supplanted these elaborately illustrated maps. 

A View from Above showcases some of the many panoramic maps in the Historical Society’s collections, including those printed during the heyday of the art as well as more modern images influenced by this technique. These maps reflect a broad spectrum of Washington cities and towns both before and after statehood. The illustrations showcase the talents of commercial artists of the time. This exhibition also features a selection of objects connected to surveying, mapmaking, and commercial illustration.

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Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts
Sept 17, 2021 – Jan 23, 2022
A traveling exhibition from the American Folk Art Museum in New York, NY.

Looking across city blocks and quilt blocks, roadways and seams, one can see a visible kinship between quilt making and cartography. Both are built upon established systems that use color, pattern, and symbols to create whole compositions from a network of interlocked parts. Quilts and maps are also infused with history and memory—similarly living records of traditions, experiences, relationships, beliefs, and future aspirations. What can be gleaned from a bit of patchwork cut from a wedding dress, castoff feed sack, or commemorative flag? How are personal, political, cultural, and spiritual ideals inscribed onto a quilt’s surface, creating a network of roadways and landmarks that illustrate the quilt maker’s world and his or her place within it?

Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts is an invitation to read quilts as maps, tracing the paths of individual stories and experiences that illuminate larger historic events and cultural trends. Spanning the nineteenth to the twenty-first centuries, the exhibition brings together a collection of quilts from the collection of the American Folk Art Museum that represents a range of materials, motifs, and techniques—from traditional early-American quilts to more contemporary sculptural assemblage.

Exhibition curator: Sarah Margolis-Pineo, assistant curator, Self-Taught Genius Gallery, American Folk Art Museum

View Event

Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience is a 44,000 square foot light and sound spectacular featuring two-story projections of the artist’s most compelling works. Encounter the brilliance of one of history’s greatest artists in 360 degrees.

A perfect outing for all ages!
  • Weekdays: From 10am to 7pm (last entry)
  • Weekends & holidays: From 9am to 8pm (last entry)
View Event
Pacific Bonsai Museum
Federal Way, WA

Stones are shaped by water, wind, sand, and ice but what we see in them is shaped by our minds. A bit like cloud watching, the ancient practice of viewing stones is an art of the imagination, in which we can see mountains, figures, animals, and even deep space. What you can find? See 30 exquisite viewing stones in Stone Images XI, an outdoor exhibition open to the public at Pacific Bonsai Museum. Stones in this exhibition were collected from six states (CA, ND, NM, SD, OR, and WA) by members of the local Northwest Viewing Stone Club (a study group of the Puget Sound Bonsai Association). All-ages. Free.

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Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

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Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

A View from Above: Bird’s-Eye Maps from the WSHS Collection 

Bird’s-eye view (also known as panoramic) maps were drawn to give the viewer a sense of looking down at a city and its major features as if they were flying above it. Popular in the late 1800s and early 1900s, these maps were mass-produced and represented American cities and villages of all sizes and from all parts of the country. At a time when many Americans were immigrants for whom English was not a first language, these views told stories that printed broadsides and newspapers could not and thus also became a popular medium for advertisers and city boosters. By the 1930s, the invention of the airplane led to aerial photographs that gradually supplanted these elaborately illustrated maps. 

A View from Above showcases some of the many panoramic maps in the Historical Society’s collections, including those printed during the heyday of the art as well as more modern images influenced by this technique. These maps reflect a broad spectrum of Washington cities and towns both before and after statehood. The illustrations showcase the talents of commercial artists of the time. This exhibition also features a selection of objects connected to surveying, mapmaking, and commercial illustration.

View Event
Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts
Sept 17, 2021 – Jan 23, 2022
A traveling exhibition from the American Folk Art Museum in New York, NY.

Looking across city blocks and quilt blocks, roadways and seams, one can see a visible kinship between quilt making and cartography. Both are built upon established systems that use color, pattern, and symbols to create whole compositions from a network of interlocked parts. Quilts and maps are also infused with history and memory—similarly living records of traditions, experiences, relationships, beliefs, and future aspirations. What can be gleaned from a bit of patchwork cut from a wedding dress, castoff feed sack, or commemorative flag? How are personal, political, cultural, and spiritual ideals inscribed onto a quilt’s surface, creating a network of roadways and landmarks that illustrate the quilt maker’s world and his or her place within it?

Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts is an invitation to read quilts as maps, tracing the paths of individual stories and experiences that illuminate larger historic events and cultural trends. Spanning the nineteenth to the twenty-first centuries, the exhibition brings together a collection of quilts from the collection of the American Folk Art Museum that represents a range of materials, motifs, and techniques—from traditional early-American quilts to more contemporary sculptural assemblage.

Exhibition curator: Sarah Margolis-Pineo, assistant curator, Self-Taught Genius Gallery, American Folk Art Museum

View Event

Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience is a 44,000 square foot light and sound spectacular featuring two-story projections of the artist’s most compelling works. Encounter the brilliance of one of history’s greatest artists in 360 degrees.

A perfect outing for all ages!
  • Weekdays: From 10am to 7pm (last entry)
  • Weekends & holidays: From 9am to 8pm (last entry)
View Event
Pacific Bonsai Museum
Federal Way, WA

Stones are shaped by water, wind, sand, and ice but what we see in them is shaped by our minds. A bit like cloud watching, the ancient practice of viewing stones is an art of the imagination, in which we can see mountains, figures, animals, and even deep space. What you can find? See 30 exquisite viewing stones in Stone Images XI, an outdoor exhibition open to the public at Pacific Bonsai Museum. Stones in this exhibition were collected from six states (CA, ND, NM, SD, OR, and WA) by members of the local Northwest Viewing Stone Club (a study group of the Puget Sound Bonsai Association). All-ages. Free.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

View Event
Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

A View from Above: Bird’s-Eye Maps from the WSHS Collection 

Bird’s-eye view (also known as panoramic) maps were drawn to give the viewer a sense of looking down at a city and its major features as if they were flying above it. Popular in the late 1800s and early 1900s, these maps were mass-produced and represented American cities and villages of all sizes and from all parts of the country. At a time when many Americans were immigrants for whom English was not a first language, these views told stories that printed broadsides and newspapers could not and thus also became a popular medium for advertisers and city boosters. By the 1930s, the invention of the airplane led to aerial photographs that gradually supplanted these elaborately illustrated maps. 

A View from Above showcases some of the many panoramic maps in the Historical Society’s collections, including those printed during the heyday of the art as well as more modern images influenced by this technique. These maps reflect a broad spectrum of Washington cities and towns both before and after statehood. The illustrations showcase the talents of commercial artists of the time. This exhibition also features a selection of objects connected to surveying, mapmaking, and commercial illustration.

View Event
Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts
Sept 17, 2021 – Jan 23, 2022
A traveling exhibition from the American Folk Art Museum in New York, NY.

Looking across city blocks and quilt blocks, roadways and seams, one can see a visible kinship between quilt making and cartography. Both are built upon established systems that use color, pattern, and symbols to create whole compositions from a network of interlocked parts. Quilts and maps are also infused with history and memory—similarly living records of traditions, experiences, relationships, beliefs, and future aspirations. What can be gleaned from a bit of patchwork cut from a wedding dress, castoff feed sack, or commemorative flag? How are personal, political, cultural, and spiritual ideals inscribed onto a quilt’s surface, creating a network of roadways and landmarks that illustrate the quilt maker’s world and his or her place within it?

Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts is an invitation to read quilts as maps, tracing the paths of individual stories and experiences that illuminate larger historic events and cultural trends. Spanning the nineteenth to the twenty-first centuries, the exhibition brings together a collection of quilts from the collection of the American Folk Art Museum that represents a range of materials, motifs, and techniques—from traditional early-American quilts to more contemporary sculptural assemblage.

Exhibition curator: Sarah Margolis-Pineo, assistant curator, Self-Taught Genius Gallery, American Folk Art Museum

View Event

Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience is a 44,000 square foot light and sound spectacular featuring two-story projections of the artist’s most compelling works. Encounter the brilliance of one of history’s greatest artists in 360 degrees.

A perfect outing for all ages!
  • Weekdays: From 10am to 7pm (last entry)
  • Weekends & holidays: From 9am to 8pm (last entry)
View Event
Pacific Bonsai Museum
Federal Way, WA

Stones are shaped by water, wind, sand, and ice but what we see in them is shaped by our minds. A bit like cloud watching, the ancient practice of viewing stones is an art of the imagination, in which we can see mountains, figures, animals, and even deep space. What you can find? See 30 exquisite viewing stones in Stone Images XI, an outdoor exhibition open to the public at Pacific Bonsai Museum. Stones in this exhibition were collected from six states (CA, ND, NM, SD, OR, and WA) by members of the local Northwest Viewing Stone Club (a study group of the Puget Sound Bonsai Association). All-ages. Free.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

View Event
Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

A View from Above: Bird’s-Eye Maps from the WSHS Collection 

Bird’s-eye view (also known as panoramic) maps were drawn to give the viewer a sense of looking down at a city and its major features as if they were flying above it. Popular in the late 1800s and early 1900s, these maps were mass-produced and represented American cities and villages of all sizes and from all parts of the country. At a time when many Americans were immigrants for whom English was not a first language, these views told stories that printed broadsides and newspapers could not and thus also became a popular medium for advertisers and city boosters. By the 1930s, the invention of the airplane led to aerial photographs that gradually supplanted these elaborately illustrated maps. 

A View from Above showcases some of the many panoramic maps in the Historical Society’s collections, including those printed during the heyday of the art as well as more modern images influenced by this technique. These maps reflect a broad spectrum of Washington cities and towns both before and after statehood. The illustrations showcase the talents of commercial artists of the time. This exhibition also features a selection of objects connected to surveying, mapmaking, and commercial illustration.

View Event
Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts
Sept 17, 2021 – Jan 23, 2022
A traveling exhibition from the American Folk Art Museum in New York, NY.

Looking across city blocks and quilt blocks, roadways and seams, one can see a visible kinship between quilt making and cartography. Both are built upon established systems that use color, pattern, and symbols to create whole compositions from a network of interlocked parts. Quilts and maps are also infused with history and memory—similarly living records of traditions, experiences, relationships, beliefs, and future aspirations. What can be gleaned from a bit of patchwork cut from a wedding dress, castoff feed sack, or commemorative flag? How are personal, political, cultural, and spiritual ideals inscribed onto a quilt’s surface, creating a network of roadways and landmarks that illustrate the quilt maker’s world and his or her place within it?

Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts is an invitation to read quilts as maps, tracing the paths of individual stories and experiences that illuminate larger historic events and cultural trends. Spanning the nineteenth to the twenty-first centuries, the exhibition brings together a collection of quilts from the collection of the American Folk Art Museum that represents a range of materials, motifs, and techniques—from traditional early-American quilts to more contemporary sculptural assemblage.

Exhibition curator: Sarah Margolis-Pineo, assistant curator, Self-Taught Genius Gallery, American Folk Art Museum

View Event

Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience is a 44,000 square foot light and sound spectacular featuring two-story projections of the artist’s most compelling works. Encounter the brilliance of one of history’s greatest artists in 360 degrees.

A perfect outing for all ages!
  • Weekdays: From 10am to 7pm (last entry)
  • Weekends & holidays: From 9am to 8pm (last entry)
View Event
Pacific Bonsai Museum
Federal Way, WA

Stones are shaped by water, wind, sand, and ice but what we see in them is shaped by our minds. A bit like cloud watching, the ancient practice of viewing stones is an art of the imagination, in which we can see mountains, figures, animals, and even deep space. What you can find? See 30 exquisite viewing stones in Stone Images XI, an outdoor exhibition open to the public at Pacific Bonsai Museum. Stones in this exhibition were collected from six states (CA, ND, NM, SD, OR, and WA) by members of the local Northwest Viewing Stone Club (a study group of the Puget Sound Bonsai Association). All-ages. Free.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

View Event
Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

A View from Above: Bird’s-Eye Maps from the WSHS Collection 

Bird’s-eye view (also known as panoramic) maps were drawn to give the viewer a sense of looking down at a city and its major features as if they were flying above it. Popular in the late 1800s and early 1900s, these maps were mass-produced and represented American cities and villages of all sizes and from all parts of the country. At a time when many Americans were immigrants for whom English was not a first language, these views told stories that printed broadsides and newspapers could not and thus also became a popular medium for advertisers and city boosters. By the 1930s, the invention of the airplane led to aerial photographs that gradually supplanted these elaborately illustrated maps. 

A View from Above showcases some of the many panoramic maps in the Historical Society’s collections, including those printed during the heyday of the art as well as more modern images influenced by this technique. These maps reflect a broad spectrum of Washington cities and towns both before and after statehood. The illustrations showcase the talents of commercial artists of the time. This exhibition also features a selection of objects connected to surveying, mapmaking, and commercial illustration.

View Event
Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts
Sept 17, 2021 – Jan 23, 2022
A traveling exhibition from the American Folk Art Museum in New York, NY.

Looking across city blocks and quilt blocks, roadways and seams, one can see a visible kinship between quilt making and cartography. Both are built upon established systems that use color, pattern, and symbols to create whole compositions from a network of interlocked parts. Quilts and maps are also infused with history and memory—similarly living records of traditions, experiences, relationships, beliefs, and future aspirations. What can be gleaned from a bit of patchwork cut from a wedding dress, castoff feed sack, or commemorative flag? How are personal, political, cultural, and spiritual ideals inscribed onto a quilt’s surface, creating a network of roadways and landmarks that illustrate the quilt maker’s world and his or her place within it?

Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts is an invitation to read quilts as maps, tracing the paths of individual stories and experiences that illuminate larger historic events and cultural trends. Spanning the nineteenth to the twenty-first centuries, the exhibition brings together a collection of quilts from the collection of the American Folk Art Museum that represents a range of materials, motifs, and techniques—from traditional early-American quilts to more contemporary sculptural assemblage.

Exhibition curator: Sarah Margolis-Pineo, assistant curator, Self-Taught Genius Gallery, American Folk Art Museum

View Event

Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience is a 44,000 square foot light and sound spectacular featuring two-story projections of the artist’s most compelling works. Encounter the brilliance of one of history’s greatest artists in 360 degrees.

A perfect outing for all ages!
  • Weekdays: From 10am to 7pm (last entry)
  • Weekends & holidays: From 9am to 8pm (last entry)
View Event
Pacific Bonsai Museum
Federal Way, WA

Stones are shaped by water, wind, sand, and ice but what we see in them is shaped by our minds. A bit like cloud watching, the ancient practice of viewing stones is an art of the imagination, in which we can see mountains, figures, animals, and even deep space. What you can find? See 30 exquisite viewing stones in Stone Images XI, an outdoor exhibition open to the public at Pacific Bonsai Museum. Stones in this exhibition were collected from six states (CA, ND, NM, SD, OR, and WA) by members of the local Northwest Viewing Stone Club (a study group of the Puget Sound Bonsai Association). All-ages. Free.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

View Event
Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

A View from Above: Bird’s-Eye Maps from the WSHS Collection 

Bird’s-eye view (also known as panoramic) maps were drawn to give the viewer a sense of looking down at a city and its major features as if they were flying above it. Popular in the late 1800s and early 1900s, these maps were mass-produced and represented American cities and villages of all sizes and from all parts of the country. At a time when many Americans were immigrants for whom English was not a first language, these views told stories that printed broadsides and newspapers could not and thus also became a popular medium for advertisers and city boosters. By the 1930s, the invention of the airplane led to aerial photographs that gradually supplanted these elaborately illustrated maps. 

A View from Above showcases some of the many panoramic maps in the Historical Society’s collections, including those printed during the heyday of the art as well as more modern images influenced by this technique. These maps reflect a broad spectrum of Washington cities and towns both before and after statehood. The illustrations showcase the talents of commercial artists of the time. This exhibition also features a selection of objects connected to surveying, mapmaking, and commercial illustration.

View Event
Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts
Sept 17, 2021 – Jan 23, 2022
A traveling exhibition from the American Folk Art Museum in New York, NY.

Looking across city blocks and quilt blocks, roadways and seams, one can see a visible kinship between quilt making and cartography. Both are built upon established systems that use color, pattern, and symbols to create whole compositions from a network of interlocked parts. Quilts and maps are also infused with history and memory—similarly living records of traditions, experiences, relationships, beliefs, and future aspirations. What can be gleaned from a bit of patchwork cut from a wedding dress, castoff feed sack, or commemorative flag? How are personal, political, cultural, and spiritual ideals inscribed onto a quilt’s surface, creating a network of roadways and landmarks that illustrate the quilt maker’s world and his or her place within it?

Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts is an invitation to read quilts as maps, tracing the paths of individual stories and experiences that illuminate larger historic events and cultural trends. Spanning the nineteenth to the twenty-first centuries, the exhibition brings together a collection of quilts from the collection of the American Folk Art Museum that represents a range of materials, motifs, and techniques—from traditional early-American quilts to more contemporary sculptural assemblage.

Exhibition curator: Sarah Margolis-Pineo, assistant curator, Self-Taught Genius Gallery, American Folk Art Museum

View Event

Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience is a 44,000 square foot light and sound spectacular featuring two-story projections of the artist’s most compelling works. Encounter the brilliance of one of history’s greatest artists in 360 degrees.

A perfect outing for all ages!
  • Weekdays: From 10am to 7pm (last entry)
  • Weekends & holidays: From 9am to 8pm (last entry)
View Event
Pacific Bonsai Museum
Federal Way, WA

Stones are shaped by water, wind, sand, and ice but what we see in them is shaped by our minds. A bit like cloud watching, the ancient practice of viewing stones is an art of the imagination, in which we can see mountains, figures, animals, and even deep space. What you can find? See 30 exquisite viewing stones in Stone Images XI, an outdoor exhibition open to the public at Pacific Bonsai Museum. Stones in this exhibition were collected from six states (CA, ND, NM, SD, OR, and WA) by members of the local Northwest Viewing Stone Club (a study group of the Puget Sound Bonsai Association). All-ages. Free.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

View Event
Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

A View from Above: Bird’s-Eye Maps from the WSHS Collection 

Bird’s-eye view (also known as panoramic) maps were drawn to give the viewer a sense of looking down at a city and its major features as if they were flying above it. Popular in the late 1800s and early 1900s, these maps were mass-produced and represented American cities and villages of all sizes and from all parts of the country. At a time when many Americans were immigrants for whom English was not a first language, these views told stories that printed broadsides and newspapers could not and thus also became a popular medium for advertisers and city boosters. By the 1930s, the invention of the airplane led to aerial photographs that gradually supplanted these elaborately illustrated maps. 

A View from Above showcases some of the many panoramic maps in the Historical Society’s collections, including those printed during the heyday of the art as well as more modern images influenced by this technique. These maps reflect a broad spectrum of Washington cities and towns both before and after statehood. The illustrations showcase the talents of commercial artists of the time. This exhibition also features a selection of objects connected to surveying, mapmaking, and commercial illustration.

View Event
Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts
Sept 17, 2021 – Jan 23, 2022
A traveling exhibition from the American Folk Art Museum in New York, NY.

Looking across city blocks and quilt blocks, roadways and seams, one can see a visible kinship between quilt making and cartography. Both are built upon established systems that use color, pattern, and symbols to create whole compositions from a network of interlocked parts. Quilts and maps are also infused with history and memory—similarly living records of traditions, experiences, relationships, beliefs, and future aspirations. What can be gleaned from a bit of patchwork cut from a wedding dress, castoff feed sack, or commemorative flag? How are personal, political, cultural, and spiritual ideals inscribed onto a quilt’s surface, creating a network of roadways and landmarks that illustrate the quilt maker’s world and his or her place within it?

Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts is an invitation to read quilts as maps, tracing the paths of individual stories and experiences that illuminate larger historic events and cultural trends. Spanning the nineteenth to the twenty-first centuries, the exhibition brings together a collection of quilts from the collection of the American Folk Art Museum that represents a range of materials, motifs, and techniques—from traditional early-American quilts to more contemporary sculptural assemblage.

Exhibition curator: Sarah Margolis-Pineo, assistant curator, Self-Taught Genius Gallery, American Folk Art Museum

View Event

Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience is a 44,000 square foot light and sound spectacular featuring two-story projections of the artist’s most compelling works. Encounter the brilliance of one of history’s greatest artists in 360 degrees.

A perfect outing for all ages!
  • Weekdays: From 10am to 7pm (last entry)
  • Weekends & holidays: From 9am to 8pm (last entry)
View Event
Pacific Bonsai Museum
Federal Way, WA

Stones are shaped by water, wind, sand, and ice but what we see in them is shaped by our minds. A bit like cloud watching, the ancient practice of viewing stones is an art of the imagination, in which we can see mountains, figures, animals, and even deep space. What you can find? See 30 exquisite viewing stones in Stone Images XI, an outdoor exhibition open to the public at Pacific Bonsai Museum. Stones in this exhibition were collected from six states (CA, ND, NM, SD, OR, and WA) by members of the local Northwest Viewing Stone Club (a study group of the Puget Sound Bonsai Association). All-ages. Free.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

View Event
Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

A View from Above: Bird’s-Eye Maps from the WSHS Collection 

Bird’s-eye view (also known as panoramic) maps were drawn to give the viewer a sense of looking down at a city and its major features as if they were flying above it. Popular in the late 1800s and early 1900s, these maps were mass-produced and represented American cities and villages of all sizes and from all parts of the country. At a time when many Americans were immigrants for whom English was not a first language, these views told stories that printed broadsides and newspapers could not and thus also became a popular medium for advertisers and city boosters. By the 1930s, the invention of the airplane led to aerial photographs that gradually supplanted these elaborately illustrated maps. 

A View from Above showcases some of the many panoramic maps in the Historical Society’s collections, including those printed during the heyday of the art as well as more modern images influenced by this technique. These maps reflect a broad spectrum of Washington cities and towns both before and after statehood. The illustrations showcase the talents of commercial artists of the time. This exhibition also features a selection of objects connected to surveying, mapmaking, and commercial illustration.

View Event
Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts
Sept 17, 2021 – Jan 23, 2022
A traveling exhibition from the American Folk Art Museum in New York, NY.

Looking across city blocks and quilt blocks, roadways and seams, one can see a visible kinship between quilt making and cartography. Both are built upon established systems that use color, pattern, and symbols to create whole compositions from a network of interlocked parts. Quilts and maps are also infused with history and memory—similarly living records of traditions, experiences, relationships, beliefs, and future aspirations. What can be gleaned from a bit of patchwork cut from a wedding dress, castoff feed sack, or commemorative flag? How are personal, political, cultural, and spiritual ideals inscribed onto a quilt’s surface, creating a network of roadways and landmarks that illustrate the quilt maker’s world and his or her place within it?

Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts is an invitation to read quilts as maps, tracing the paths of individual stories and experiences that illuminate larger historic events and cultural trends. Spanning the nineteenth to the twenty-first centuries, the exhibition brings together a collection of quilts from the collection of the American Folk Art Museum that represents a range of materials, motifs, and techniques—from traditional early-American quilts to more contemporary sculptural assemblage.

Exhibition curator: Sarah Margolis-Pineo, assistant curator, Self-Taught Genius Gallery, American Folk Art Museum

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Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience is a 44,000 square foot light and sound spectacular featuring two-story projections of the artist’s most compelling works. Encounter the brilliance of one of history’s greatest artists in 360 degrees.

A perfect outing for all ages!
  • Weekdays: From 10am to 7pm (last entry)
  • Weekends & holidays: From 9am to 8pm (last entry)
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Event
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Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

View Event
Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

A View from Above: Bird’s-Eye Maps from the WSHS Collection 

Bird’s-eye view (also known as panoramic) maps were drawn to give the viewer a sense of looking down at a city and its major features as if they were flying above it. Popular in the late 1800s and early 1900s, these maps were mass-produced and represented American cities and villages of all sizes and from all parts of the country. At a time when many Americans were immigrants for whom English was not a first language, these views told stories that printed broadsides and newspapers could not and thus also became a popular medium for advertisers and city boosters. By the 1930s, the invention of the airplane led to aerial photographs that gradually supplanted these elaborately illustrated maps. 

A View from Above showcases some of the many panoramic maps in the Historical Society’s collections, including those printed during the heyday of the art as well as more modern images influenced by this technique. These maps reflect a broad spectrum of Washington cities and towns both before and after statehood. The illustrations showcase the talents of commercial artists of the time. This exhibition also features a selection of objects connected to surveying, mapmaking, and commercial illustration.

View Event
Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts
Sept 17, 2021 – Jan 23, 2022
A traveling exhibition from the American Folk Art Museum in New York, NY.

Looking across city blocks and quilt blocks, roadways and seams, one can see a visible kinship between quilt making and cartography. Both are built upon established systems that use color, pattern, and symbols to create whole compositions from a network of interlocked parts. Quilts and maps are also infused with history and memory—similarly living records of traditions, experiences, relationships, beliefs, and future aspirations. What can be gleaned from a bit of patchwork cut from a wedding dress, castoff feed sack, or commemorative flag? How are personal, political, cultural, and spiritual ideals inscribed onto a quilt’s surface, creating a network of roadways and landmarks that illustrate the quilt maker’s world and his or her place within it?

Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts is an invitation to read quilts as maps, tracing the paths of individual stories and experiences that illuminate larger historic events and cultural trends. Spanning the nineteenth to the twenty-first centuries, the exhibition brings together a collection of quilts from the collection of the American Folk Art Museum that represents a range of materials, motifs, and techniques—from traditional early-American quilts to more contemporary sculptural assemblage.

Exhibition curator: Sarah Margolis-Pineo, assistant curator, Self-Taught Genius Gallery, American Folk Art Museum

View Event

Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience is a 44,000 square foot light and sound spectacular featuring two-story projections of the artist’s most compelling works. Encounter the brilliance of one of history’s greatest artists in 360 degrees.

A perfect outing for all ages!
  • Weekdays: From 10am to 7pm (last entry)
  • Weekends & holidays: From 9am to 8pm (last entry)
View Event
Event
Organization
Location

Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

View Event
Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

A View from Above: Bird’s-Eye Maps from the WSHS Collection 

Bird’s-eye view (also known as panoramic) maps were drawn to give the viewer a sense of looking down at a city and its major features as if they were flying above it. Popular in the late 1800s and early 1900s, these maps were mass-produced and represented American cities and villages of all sizes and from all parts of the country. At a time when many Americans were immigrants for whom English was not a first language, these views told stories that printed broadsides and newspapers could not and thus also became a popular medium for advertisers and city boosters. By the 1930s, the invention of the airplane led to aerial photographs that gradually supplanted these elaborately illustrated maps. 

A View from Above showcases some of the many panoramic maps in the Historical Society’s collections, including those printed during the heyday of the art as well as more modern images influenced by this technique. These maps reflect a broad spectrum of Washington cities and towns both before and after statehood. The illustrations showcase the talents of commercial artists of the time. This exhibition also features a selection of objects connected to surveying, mapmaking, and commercial illustration.

View Event
Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts
Sept 17, 2021 – Jan 23, 2022
A traveling exhibition from the American Folk Art Museum in New York, NY.

Looking across city blocks and quilt blocks, roadways and seams, one can see a visible kinship between quilt making and cartography. Both are built upon established systems that use color, pattern, and symbols to create whole compositions from a network of interlocked parts. Quilts and maps are also infused with history and memory—similarly living records of traditions, experiences, relationships, beliefs, and future aspirations. What can be gleaned from a bit of patchwork cut from a wedding dress, castoff feed sack, or commemorative flag? How are personal, political, cultural, and spiritual ideals inscribed onto a quilt’s surface, creating a network of roadways and landmarks that illustrate the quilt maker’s world and his or her place within it?

Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts is an invitation to read quilts as maps, tracing the paths of individual stories and experiences that illuminate larger historic events and cultural trends. Spanning the nineteenth to the twenty-first centuries, the exhibition brings together a collection of quilts from the collection of the American Folk Art Museum that represents a range of materials, motifs, and techniques—from traditional early-American quilts to more contemporary sculptural assemblage.

Exhibition curator: Sarah Margolis-Pineo, assistant curator, Self-Taught Genius Gallery, American Folk Art Museum

View Event

Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience is a 44,000 square foot light and sound spectacular featuring two-story projections of the artist’s most compelling works. Encounter the brilliance of one of history’s greatest artists in 360 degrees.

A perfect outing for all ages!
  • Weekdays: From 10am to 7pm (last entry)
  • Weekends & holidays: From 9am to 8pm (last entry)
View Event
Event
Organization
Location

Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

View Event
Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

A View from Above: Bird’s-Eye Maps from the WSHS Collection 

Bird’s-eye view (also known as panoramic) maps were drawn to give the viewer a sense of looking down at a city and its major features as if they were flying above it. Popular in the late 1800s and early 1900s, these maps were mass-produced and represented American cities and villages of all sizes and from all parts of the country. At a time when many Americans were immigrants for whom English was not a first language, these views told stories that printed broadsides and newspapers could not and thus also became a popular medium for advertisers and city boosters. By the 1930s, the invention of the airplane led to aerial photographs that gradually supplanted these elaborately illustrated maps. 

A View from Above showcases some of the many panoramic maps in the Historical Society’s collections, including those printed during the heyday of the art as well as more modern images influenced by this technique. These maps reflect a broad spectrum of Washington cities and towns both before and after statehood. The illustrations showcase the talents of commercial artists of the time. This exhibition also features a selection of objects connected to surveying, mapmaking, and commercial illustration.

View Event
Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts
Sept 17, 2021 – Jan 23, 2022
A traveling exhibition from the American Folk Art Museum in New York, NY.

Looking across city blocks and quilt blocks, roadways and seams, one can see a visible kinship between quilt making and cartography. Both are built upon established systems that use color, pattern, and symbols to create whole compositions from a network of interlocked parts. Quilts and maps are also infused with history and memory—similarly living records of traditions, experiences, relationships, beliefs, and future aspirations. What can be gleaned from a bit of patchwork cut from a wedding dress, castoff feed sack, or commemorative flag? How are personal, political, cultural, and spiritual ideals inscribed onto a quilt’s surface, creating a network of roadways and landmarks that illustrate the quilt maker’s world and his or her place within it?

Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts is an invitation to read quilts as maps, tracing the paths of individual stories and experiences that illuminate larger historic events and cultural trends. Spanning the nineteenth to the twenty-first centuries, the exhibition brings together a collection of quilts from the collection of the American Folk Art Museum that represents a range of materials, motifs, and techniques—from traditional early-American quilts to more contemporary sculptural assemblage.

Exhibition curator: Sarah Margolis-Pineo, assistant curator, Self-Taught Genius Gallery, American Folk Art Museum

View Event

Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience is a 44,000 square foot light and sound spectacular featuring two-story projections of the artist’s most compelling works. Encounter the brilliance of one of history’s greatest artists in 360 degrees.

A perfect outing for all ages!
  • Weekdays: From 10am to 7pm (last entry)
  • Weekends & holidays: From 9am to 8pm (last entry)
View Event
Event
Organization
Location

Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

View Event
Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

A View from Above: Bird’s-Eye Maps from the WSHS Collection 

Bird’s-eye view (also known as panoramic) maps were drawn to give the viewer a sense of looking down at a city and its major features as if they were flying above it. Popular in the late 1800s and early 1900s, these maps were mass-produced and represented American cities and villages of all sizes and from all parts of the country. At a time when many Americans were immigrants for whom English was not a first language, these views told stories that printed broadsides and newspapers could not and thus also became a popular medium for advertisers and city boosters. By the 1930s, the invention of the airplane led to aerial photographs that gradually supplanted these elaborately illustrated maps. 

A View from Above showcases some of the many panoramic maps in the Historical Society’s collections, including those printed during the heyday of the art as well as more modern images influenced by this technique. These maps reflect a broad spectrum of Washington cities and towns both before and after statehood. The illustrations showcase the talents of commercial artists of the time. This exhibition also features a selection of objects connected to surveying, mapmaking, and commercial illustration.

View Event
Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts
Sept 17, 2021 – Jan 23, 2022
A traveling exhibition from the American Folk Art Museum in New York, NY.

Looking across city blocks and quilt blocks, roadways and seams, one can see a visible kinship between quilt making and cartography. Both are built upon established systems that use color, pattern, and symbols to create whole compositions from a network of interlocked parts. Quilts and maps are also infused with history and memory—similarly living records of traditions, experiences, relationships, beliefs, and future aspirations. What can be gleaned from a bit of patchwork cut from a wedding dress, castoff feed sack, or commemorative flag? How are personal, political, cultural, and spiritual ideals inscribed onto a quilt’s surface, creating a network of roadways and landmarks that illustrate the quilt maker’s world and his or her place within it?

Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts is an invitation to read quilts as maps, tracing the paths of individual stories and experiences that illuminate larger historic events and cultural trends. Spanning the nineteenth to the twenty-first centuries, the exhibition brings together a collection of quilts from the collection of the American Folk Art Museum that represents a range of materials, motifs, and techniques—from traditional early-American quilts to more contemporary sculptural assemblage.

Exhibition curator: Sarah Margolis-Pineo, assistant curator, Self-Taught Genius Gallery, American Folk Art Museum

View Event

Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience is a 44,000 square foot light and sound spectacular featuring two-story projections of the artist’s most compelling works. Encounter the brilliance of one of history’s greatest artists in 360 degrees.

A perfect outing for all ages!
  • Weekdays: From 10am to 7pm (last entry)
  • Weekends & holidays: From 9am to 8pm (last entry)
View Event
Event
Organization
Location

Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

View Event
Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

A View from Above: Bird’s-Eye Maps from the WSHS Collection 

Bird’s-eye view (also known as panoramic) maps were drawn to give the viewer a sense of looking down at a city and its major features as if they were flying above it. Popular in the late 1800s and early 1900s, these maps were mass-produced and represented American cities and villages of all sizes and from all parts of the country. At a time when many Americans were immigrants for whom English was not a first language, these views told stories that printed broadsides and newspapers could not and thus also became a popular medium for advertisers and city boosters. By the 1930s, the invention of the airplane led to aerial photographs that gradually supplanted these elaborately illustrated maps. 

A View from Above showcases some of the many panoramic maps in the Historical Society’s collections, including those printed during the heyday of the art as well as more modern images influenced by this technique. These maps reflect a broad spectrum of Washington cities and towns both before and after statehood. The illustrations showcase the talents of commercial artists of the time. This exhibition also features a selection of objects connected to surveying, mapmaking, and commercial illustration.

View Event
Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts
Sept 17, 2021 – Jan 23, 2022
A traveling exhibition from the American Folk Art Museum in New York, NY.

Looking across city blocks and quilt blocks, roadways and seams, one can see a visible kinship between quilt making and cartography. Both are built upon established systems that use color, pattern, and symbols to create whole compositions from a network of interlocked parts. Quilts and maps are also infused with history and memory—similarly living records of traditions, experiences, relationships, beliefs, and future aspirations. What can be gleaned from a bit of patchwork cut from a wedding dress, castoff feed sack, or commemorative flag? How are personal, political, cultural, and spiritual ideals inscribed onto a quilt’s surface, creating a network of roadways and landmarks that illustrate the quilt maker’s world and his or her place within it?

Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts is an invitation to read quilts as maps, tracing the paths of individual stories and experiences that illuminate larger historic events and cultural trends. Spanning the nineteenth to the twenty-first centuries, the exhibition brings together a collection of quilts from the collection of the American Folk Art Museum that represents a range of materials, motifs, and techniques—from traditional early-American quilts to more contemporary sculptural assemblage.

Exhibition curator: Sarah Margolis-Pineo, assistant curator, Self-Taught Genius Gallery, American Folk Art Museum

View Event

Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience is a 44,000 square foot light and sound spectacular featuring two-story projections of the artist’s most compelling works. Encounter the brilliance of one of history’s greatest artists in 360 degrees.

A perfect outing for all ages!
  • Weekdays: From 10am to 7pm (last entry)
  • Weekends & holidays: From 9am to 8pm (last entry)
View Event
Event
Organization
Location

Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

View Event
Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

A View from Above: Bird’s-Eye Maps from the WSHS Collection 

Bird’s-eye view (also known as panoramic) maps were drawn to give the viewer a sense of looking down at a city and its major features as if they were flying above it. Popular in the late 1800s and early 1900s, these maps were mass-produced and represented American cities and villages of all sizes and from all parts of the country. At a time when many Americans were immigrants for whom English was not a first language, these views told stories that printed broadsides and newspapers could not and thus also became a popular medium for advertisers and city boosters. By the 1930s, the invention of the airplane led to aerial photographs that gradually supplanted these elaborately illustrated maps. 

A View from Above showcases some of the many panoramic maps in the Historical Society’s collections, including those printed during the heyday of the art as well as more modern images influenced by this technique. These maps reflect a broad spectrum of Washington cities and towns both before and after statehood. The illustrations showcase the talents of commercial artists of the time. This exhibition also features a selection of objects connected to surveying, mapmaking, and commercial illustration.

View Event
Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts
Sept 17, 2021 – Jan 23, 2022
A traveling exhibition from the American Folk Art Museum in New York, NY.

Looking across city blocks and quilt blocks, roadways and seams, one can see a visible kinship between quilt making and cartography. Both are built upon established systems that use color, pattern, and symbols to create whole compositions from a network of interlocked parts. Quilts and maps are also infused with history and memory—similarly living records of traditions, experiences, relationships, beliefs, and future aspirations. What can be gleaned from a bit of patchwork cut from a wedding dress, castoff feed sack, or commemorative flag? How are personal, political, cultural, and spiritual ideals inscribed onto a quilt’s surface, creating a network of roadways and landmarks that illustrate the quilt maker’s world and his or her place within it?

Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts is an invitation to read quilts as maps, tracing the paths of individual stories and experiences that illuminate larger historic events and cultural trends. Spanning the nineteenth to the twenty-first centuries, the exhibition brings together a collection of quilts from the collection of the American Folk Art Museum that represents a range of materials, motifs, and techniques—from traditional early-American quilts to more contemporary sculptural assemblage.

Exhibition curator: Sarah Margolis-Pineo, assistant curator, Self-Taught Genius Gallery, American Folk Art Museum

View Event

Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience is a 44,000 square foot light and sound spectacular featuring two-story projections of the artist’s most compelling works. Encounter the brilliance of one of history’s greatest artists in 360 degrees.

A perfect outing for all ages!
  • Weekdays: From 10am to 7pm (last entry)
  • Weekends & holidays: From 9am to 8pm (last entry)
View Event
Event
Organization
Location

Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

View Event
Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

A View from Above: Bird’s-Eye Maps from the WSHS Collection 

Bird’s-eye view (also known as panoramic) maps were drawn to give the viewer a sense of looking down at a city and its major features as if they were flying above it. Popular in the late 1800s and early 1900s, these maps were mass-produced and represented American cities and villages of all sizes and from all parts of the country. At a time when many Americans were immigrants for whom English was not a first language, these views told stories that printed broadsides and newspapers could not and thus also became a popular medium for advertisers and city boosters. By the 1930s, the invention of the airplane led to aerial photographs that gradually supplanted these elaborately illustrated maps. 

A View from Above showcases some of the many panoramic maps in the Historical Society’s collections, including those printed during the heyday of the art as well as more modern images influenced by this technique. These maps reflect a broad spectrum of Washington cities and towns both before and after statehood. The illustrations showcase the talents of commercial artists of the time. This exhibition also features a selection of objects connected to surveying, mapmaking, and commercial illustration.

View Event
Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts
Sept 17, 2021 – Jan 23, 2022
A traveling exhibition from the American Folk Art Museum in New York, NY.

Looking across city blocks and quilt blocks, roadways and seams, one can see a visible kinship between quilt making and cartography. Both are built upon established systems that use color, pattern, and symbols to create whole compositions from a network of interlocked parts. Quilts and maps are also infused with history and memory—similarly living records of traditions, experiences, relationships, beliefs, and future aspirations. What can be gleaned from a bit of patchwork cut from a wedding dress, castoff feed sack, or commemorative flag? How are personal, political, cultural, and spiritual ideals inscribed onto a quilt’s surface, creating a network of roadways and landmarks that illustrate the quilt maker’s world and his or her place within it?

Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts is an invitation to read quilts as maps, tracing the paths of individual stories and experiences that illuminate larger historic events and cultural trends. Spanning the nineteenth to the twenty-first centuries, the exhibition brings together a collection of quilts from the collection of the American Folk Art Museum that represents a range of materials, motifs, and techniques—from traditional early-American quilts to more contemporary sculptural assemblage.

Exhibition curator: Sarah Margolis-Pineo, assistant curator, Self-Taught Genius Gallery, American Folk Art Museum

View Event

Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience is a 44,000 square foot light and sound spectacular featuring two-story projections of the artist’s most compelling works. Encounter the brilliance of one of history’s greatest artists in 360 degrees.

A perfect outing for all ages!
  • Weekdays: From 10am to 7pm (last entry)
  • Weekends & holidays: From 9am to 8pm (last entry)
View Event
Event
Organization
Location

Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

View Event
Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

A View from Above: Bird’s-Eye Maps from the WSHS Collection 

Bird’s-eye view (also known as panoramic) maps were drawn to give the viewer a sense of looking down at a city and its major features as if they were flying above it. Popular in the late 1800s and early 1900s, these maps were mass-produced and represented American cities and villages of all sizes and from all parts of the country. At a time when many Americans were immigrants for whom English was not a first language, these views told stories that printed broadsides and newspapers could not and thus also became a popular medium for advertisers and city boosters. By the 1930s, the invention of the airplane led to aerial photographs that gradually supplanted these elaborately illustrated maps. 

A View from Above showcases some of the many panoramic maps in the Historical Society’s collections, including those printed during the heyday of the art as well as more modern images influenced by this technique. These maps reflect a broad spectrum of Washington cities and towns both before and after statehood. The illustrations showcase the talents of commercial artists of the time. This exhibition also features a selection of objects connected to surveying, mapmaking, and commercial illustration.

View Event
Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts
Sept 17, 2021 – Jan 23, 2022
A traveling exhibition from the American Folk Art Museum in New York, NY.

Looking across city blocks and quilt blocks, roadways and seams, one can see a visible kinship between quilt making and cartography. Both are built upon established systems that use color, pattern, and symbols to create whole compositions from a network of interlocked parts. Quilts and maps are also infused with history and memory—similarly living records of traditions, experiences, relationships, beliefs, and future aspirations. What can be gleaned from a bit of patchwork cut from a wedding dress, castoff feed sack, or commemorative flag? How are personal, political, cultural, and spiritual ideals inscribed onto a quilt’s surface, creating a network of roadways and landmarks that illustrate the quilt maker’s world and his or her place within it?

Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts is an invitation to read quilts as maps, tracing the paths of individual stories and experiences that illuminate larger historic events and cultural trends. Spanning the nineteenth to the twenty-first centuries, the exhibition brings together a collection of quilts from the collection of the American Folk Art Museum that represents a range of materials, motifs, and techniques—from traditional early-American quilts to more contemporary sculptural assemblage.

Exhibition curator: Sarah Margolis-Pineo, assistant curator, Self-Taught Genius Gallery, American Folk Art Museum

View Event

Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience is a 44,000 square foot light and sound spectacular featuring two-story projections of the artist’s most compelling works. Encounter the brilliance of one of history’s greatest artists in 360 degrees.

A perfect outing for all ages!
  • Weekdays: From 10am to 7pm (last entry)
  • Weekends & holidays: From 9am to 8pm (last entry)
View Event
Event
Organization
Location

Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

View Event
Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

A View from Above: Bird’s-Eye Maps from the WSHS Collection 

Bird’s-eye view (also known as panoramic) maps were drawn to give the viewer a sense of looking down at a city and its major features as if they were flying above it. Popular in the late 1800s and early 1900s, these maps were mass-produced and represented American cities and villages of all sizes and from all parts of the country. At a time when many Americans were immigrants for whom English was not a first language, these views told stories that printed broadsides and newspapers could not and thus also became a popular medium for advertisers and city boosters. By the 1930s, the invention of the airplane led to aerial photographs that gradually supplanted these elaborately illustrated maps. 

A View from Above showcases some of the many panoramic maps in the Historical Society’s collections, including those printed during the heyday of the art as well as more modern images influenced by this technique. These maps reflect a broad spectrum of Washington cities and towns both before and after statehood. The illustrations showcase the talents of commercial artists of the time. This exhibition also features a selection of objects connected to surveying, mapmaking, and commercial illustration.

View Event
Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts
Sept 17, 2021 – Jan 23, 2022
A traveling exhibition from the American Folk Art Museum in New York, NY.

Looking across city blocks and quilt blocks, roadways and seams, one can see a visible kinship between quilt making and cartography. Both are built upon established systems that use color, pattern, and symbols to create whole compositions from a network of interlocked parts. Quilts and maps are also infused with history and memory—similarly living records of traditions, experiences, relationships, beliefs, and future aspirations. What can be gleaned from a bit of patchwork cut from a wedding dress, castoff feed sack, or commemorative flag? How are personal, political, cultural, and spiritual ideals inscribed onto a quilt’s surface, creating a network of roadways and landmarks that illustrate the quilt maker’s world and his or her place within it?

Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts is an invitation to read quilts as maps, tracing the paths of individual stories and experiences that illuminate larger historic events and cultural trends. Spanning the nineteenth to the twenty-first centuries, the exhibition brings together a collection of quilts from the collection of the American Folk Art Museum that represents a range of materials, motifs, and techniques—from traditional early-American quilts to more contemporary sculptural assemblage.

Exhibition curator: Sarah Margolis-Pineo, assistant curator, Self-Taught Genius Gallery, American Folk Art Museum

View Event

Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience is a 44,000 square foot light and sound spectacular featuring two-story projections of the artist’s most compelling works. Encounter the brilliance of one of history’s greatest artists in 360 degrees.

A perfect outing for all ages!
  • Weekdays: From 10am to 7pm (last entry)
  • Weekends & holidays: From 9am to 8pm (last entry)
View Event
Event
Organization
Location

Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

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Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

A View from Above: Bird’s-Eye Maps from the WSHS Collection 

Bird’s-eye view (also known as panoramic) maps were drawn to give the viewer a sense of looking down at a city and its major features as if they were flying above it. Popular in the late 1800s and early 1900s, these maps were mass-produced and represented American cities and villages of all sizes and from all parts of the country. At a time when many Americans were immigrants for whom English was not a first language, these views told stories that printed broadsides and newspapers could not and thus also became a popular medium for advertisers and city boosters. By the 1930s, the invention of the airplane led to aerial photographs that gradually supplanted these elaborately illustrated maps. 

A View from Above showcases some of the many panoramic maps in the Historical Society’s collections, including those printed during the heyday of the art as well as more modern images influenced by this technique. These maps reflect a broad spectrum of Washington cities and towns both before and after statehood. The illustrations showcase the talents of commercial artists of the time. This exhibition also features a selection of objects connected to surveying, mapmaking, and commercial illustration.

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Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts
Sept 17, 2021 – Jan 23, 2022
A traveling exhibition from the American Folk Art Museum in New York, NY.

Looking across city blocks and quilt blocks, roadways and seams, one can see a visible kinship between quilt making and cartography. Both are built upon established systems that use color, pattern, and symbols to create whole compositions from a network of interlocked parts. Quilts and maps are also infused with history and memory—similarly living records of traditions, experiences, relationships, beliefs, and future aspirations. What can be gleaned from a bit of patchwork cut from a wedding dress, castoff feed sack, or commemorative flag? How are personal, political, cultural, and spiritual ideals inscribed onto a quilt’s surface, creating a network of roadways and landmarks that illustrate the quilt maker’s world and his or her place within it?

Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts is an invitation to read quilts as maps, tracing the paths of individual stories and experiences that illuminate larger historic events and cultural trends. Spanning the nineteenth to the twenty-first centuries, the exhibition brings together a collection of quilts from the collection of the American Folk Art Museum that represents a range of materials, motifs, and techniques—from traditional early-American quilts to more contemporary sculptural assemblage.

Exhibition curator: Sarah Margolis-Pineo, assistant curator, Self-Taught Genius Gallery, American Folk Art Museum

View Event

Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience is a 44,000 square foot light and sound spectacular featuring two-story projections of the artist’s most compelling works. Encounter the brilliance of one of history’s greatest artists in 360 degrees.

A perfect outing for all ages!
  • Weekdays: From 10am to 7pm (last entry)
  • Weekends & holidays: From 9am to 8pm (last entry)
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Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

View Event
Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

A View from Above: Bird’s-Eye Maps from the WSHS Collection 

Bird’s-eye view (also known as panoramic) maps were drawn to give the viewer a sense of looking down at a city and its major features as if they were flying above it. Popular in the late 1800s and early 1900s, these maps were mass-produced and represented American cities and villages of all sizes and from all parts of the country. At a time when many Americans were immigrants for whom English was not a first language, these views told stories that printed broadsides and newspapers could not and thus also became a popular medium for advertisers and city boosters. By the 1930s, the invention of the airplane led to aerial photographs that gradually supplanted these elaborately illustrated maps. 

A View from Above showcases some of the many panoramic maps in the Historical Society’s collections, including those printed during the heyday of the art as well as more modern images influenced by this technique. These maps reflect a broad spectrum of Washington cities and towns both before and after statehood. The illustrations showcase the talents of commercial artists of the time. This exhibition also features a selection of objects connected to surveying, mapmaking, and commercial illustration.

View Event
Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts
Sept 17, 2021 – Jan 23, 2022
A traveling exhibition from the American Folk Art Museum in New York, NY.

Looking across city blocks and quilt blocks, roadways and seams, one can see a visible kinship between quilt making and cartography. Both are built upon established systems that use color, pattern, and symbols to create whole compositions from a network of interlocked parts. Quilts and maps are also infused with history and memory—similarly living records of traditions, experiences, relationships, beliefs, and future aspirations. What can be gleaned from a bit of patchwork cut from a wedding dress, castoff feed sack, or commemorative flag? How are personal, political, cultural, and spiritual ideals inscribed onto a quilt’s surface, creating a network of roadways and landmarks that illustrate the quilt maker’s world and his or her place within it?

Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts is an invitation to read quilts as maps, tracing the paths of individual stories and experiences that illuminate larger historic events and cultural trends. Spanning the nineteenth to the twenty-first centuries, the exhibition brings together a collection of quilts from the collection of the American Folk Art Museum that represents a range of materials, motifs, and techniques—from traditional early-American quilts to more contemporary sculptural assemblage.

Exhibition curator: Sarah Margolis-Pineo, assistant curator, Self-Taught Genius Gallery, American Folk Art Museum

View Event

Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience is a 44,000 square foot light and sound spectacular featuring two-story projections of the artist’s most compelling works. Encounter the brilliance of one of history’s greatest artists in 360 degrees.

A perfect outing for all ages!
  • Weekdays: From 10am to 7pm (last entry)
  • Weekends & holidays: From 9am to 8pm (last entry)
View Event
Event
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Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

View Event
Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

A View from Above: Bird’s-Eye Maps from the WSHS Collection 

Bird’s-eye view (also known as panoramic) maps were drawn to give the viewer a sense of looking down at a city and its major features as if they were flying above it. Popular in the late 1800s and early 1900s, these maps were mass-produced and represented American cities and villages of all sizes and from all parts of the country. At a time when many Americans were immigrants for whom English was not a first language, these views told stories that printed broadsides and newspapers could not and thus also became a popular medium for advertisers and city boosters. By the 1930s, the invention of the airplane led to aerial photographs that gradually supplanted these elaborately illustrated maps. 

A View from Above showcases some of the many panoramic maps in the Historical Society’s collections, including those printed during the heyday of the art as well as more modern images influenced by this technique. These maps reflect a broad spectrum of Washington cities and towns both before and after statehood. The illustrations showcase the talents of commercial artists of the time. This exhibition also features a selection of objects connected to surveying, mapmaking, and commercial illustration.

View Event
Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts
Sept 17, 2021 – Jan 23, 2022
A traveling exhibition from the American Folk Art Museum in New York, NY.

Looking across city blocks and quilt blocks, roadways and seams, one can see a visible kinship between quilt making and cartography. Both are built upon established systems that use color, pattern, and symbols to create whole compositions from a network of interlocked parts. Quilts and maps are also infused with history and memory—similarly living records of traditions, experiences, relationships, beliefs, and future aspirations. What can be gleaned from a bit of patchwork cut from a wedding dress, castoff feed sack, or commemorative flag? How are personal, political, cultural, and spiritual ideals inscribed onto a quilt’s surface, creating a network of roadways and landmarks that illustrate the quilt maker’s world and his or her place within it?

Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts is an invitation to read quilts as maps, tracing the paths of individual stories and experiences that illuminate larger historic events and cultural trends. Spanning the nineteenth to the twenty-first centuries, the exhibition brings together a collection of quilts from the collection of the American Folk Art Museum that represents a range of materials, motifs, and techniques—from traditional early-American quilts to more contemporary sculptural assemblage.

Exhibition curator: Sarah Margolis-Pineo, assistant curator, Self-Taught Genius Gallery, American Folk Art Museum

View Event

Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience is a 44,000 square foot light and sound spectacular featuring two-story projections of the artist’s most compelling works. Encounter the brilliance of one of history’s greatest artists in 360 degrees.

A perfect outing for all ages!
  • Weekdays: From 10am to 7pm (last entry)
  • Weekends & holidays: From 9am to 8pm (last entry)
View Event
Event
Organization
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Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

View Event
Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

A View from Above: Bird’s-Eye Maps from the WSHS Collection 

Bird’s-eye view (also known as panoramic) maps were drawn to give the viewer a sense of looking down at a city and its major features as if they were flying above it. Popular in the late 1800s and early 1900s, these maps were mass-produced and represented American cities and villages of all sizes and from all parts of the country. At a time when many Americans were immigrants for whom English was not a first language, these views told stories that printed broadsides and newspapers could not and thus also became a popular medium for advertisers and city boosters. By the 1930s, the invention of the airplane led to aerial photographs that gradually supplanted these elaborately illustrated maps. 

A View from Above showcases some of the many panoramic maps in the Historical Society’s collections, including those printed during the heyday of the art as well as more modern images influenced by this technique. These maps reflect a broad spectrum of Washington cities and towns both before and after statehood. The illustrations showcase the talents of commercial artists of the time. This exhibition also features a selection of objects connected to surveying, mapmaking, and commercial illustration.

View Event
Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts
Sept 17, 2021 – Jan 23, 2022
A traveling exhibition from the American Folk Art Museum in New York, NY.

Looking across city blocks and quilt blocks, roadways and seams, one can see a visible kinship between quilt making and cartography. Both are built upon established systems that use color, pattern, and symbols to create whole compositions from a network of interlocked parts. Quilts and maps are also infused with history and memory—similarly living records of traditions, experiences, relationships, beliefs, and future aspirations. What can be gleaned from a bit of patchwork cut from a wedding dress, castoff feed sack, or commemorative flag? How are personal, political, cultural, and spiritual ideals inscribed onto a quilt’s surface, creating a network of roadways and landmarks that illustrate the quilt maker’s world and his or her place within it?

Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts is an invitation to read quilts as maps, tracing the paths of individual stories and experiences that illuminate larger historic events and cultural trends. Spanning the nineteenth to the twenty-first centuries, the exhibition brings together a collection of quilts from the collection of the American Folk Art Museum that represents a range of materials, motifs, and techniques—from traditional early-American quilts to more contemporary sculptural assemblage.

Exhibition curator: Sarah Margolis-Pineo, assistant curator, Self-Taught Genius Gallery, American Folk Art Museum

View Event

Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience is a 44,000 square foot light and sound spectacular featuring two-story projections of the artist’s most compelling works. Encounter the brilliance of one of history’s greatest artists in 360 degrees.

A perfect outing for all ages!
  • Weekdays: From 10am to 7pm (last entry)
  • Weekends & holidays: From 9am to 8pm (last entry)
View Event
Event
Organization
Location

Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

View Event
Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts
Sept 17, 2021 – Jan 23, 2022
A traveling exhibition from the American Folk Art Museum in New York, NY.

Looking across city blocks and quilt blocks, roadways and seams, one can see a visible kinship between quilt making and cartography. Both are built upon established systems that use color, pattern, and symbols to create whole compositions from a network of interlocked parts. Quilts and maps are also infused with history and memory—similarly living records of traditions, experiences, relationships, beliefs, and future aspirations. What can be gleaned from a bit of patchwork cut from a wedding dress, castoff feed sack, or commemorative flag? How are personal, political, cultural, and spiritual ideals inscribed onto a quilt’s surface, creating a network of roadways and landmarks that illustrate the quilt maker’s world and his or her place within it?

Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts is an invitation to read quilts as maps, tracing the paths of individual stories and experiences that illuminate larger historic events and cultural trends. Spanning the nineteenth to the twenty-first centuries, the exhibition brings together a collection of quilts from the collection of the American Folk Art Museum that represents a range of materials, motifs, and techniques—from traditional early-American quilts to more contemporary sculptural assemblage.

Exhibition curator: Sarah Margolis-Pineo, assistant curator, Self-Taught Genius Gallery, American Folk Art Museum

View Event

Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience is a 44,000 square foot light and sound spectacular featuring two-story projections of the artist’s most compelling works. Encounter the brilliance of one of history’s greatest artists in 360 degrees.

A perfect outing for all ages!
  • Weekdays: From 10am to 7pm (last entry)
  • Weekends & holidays: From 9am to 8pm (last entry)
View Event
Event
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Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

View Event

Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience is a 44,000 square foot light and sound spectacular featuring two-story projections of the artist’s most compelling works. Encounter the brilliance of one of history’s greatest artists in 360 degrees.

A perfect outing for all ages!
  • Weekdays: From 10am to 7pm (last entry)
  • Weekends & holidays: From 9am to 8pm (last entry)
View Event
Event
Organization
Location

Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

View Event

Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience is a 44,000 square foot light and sound spectacular featuring two-story projections of the artist’s most compelling works. Encounter the brilliance of one of history’s greatest artists in 360 degrees.

A perfect outing for all ages!
  • Weekdays: From 10am to 7pm (last entry)
  • Weekends & holidays: From 9am to 8pm (last entry)
View Event
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Organization
Location

Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

View Event

Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience is a 44,000 square foot light and sound spectacular featuring two-story projections of the artist’s most compelling works. Encounter the brilliance of one of history’s greatest artists in 360 degrees.

A perfect outing for all ages!
  • Weekdays: From 10am to 7pm (last entry)
  • Weekends & holidays: From 9am to 8pm (last entry)
View Event
Event
Organization
Location

Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

View Event

Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience is a 44,000 square foot light and sound spectacular featuring two-story projections of the artist’s most compelling works. Encounter the brilliance of one of history’s greatest artists in 360 degrees.

A perfect outing for all ages!
  • Weekdays: From 10am to 7pm (last entry)
  • Weekends & holidays: From 9am to 8pm (last entry)
View Event
Event
Organization
Location

Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

View Event

Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience is a 44,000 square foot light and sound spectacular featuring two-story projections of the artist’s most compelling works. Encounter the brilliance of one of history’s greatest artists in 360 degrees.

A perfect outing for all ages!
  • Weekdays: From 10am to 7pm (last entry)
  • Weekends & holidays: From 9am to 8pm (last entry)
View Event
Event
Organization
Location

Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

View Event

Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience is a 44,000 square foot light and sound spectacular featuring two-story projections of the artist’s most compelling works. Encounter the brilliance of one of history’s greatest artists in 360 degrees.

A perfect outing for all ages!
  • Weekdays: From 10am to 7pm (last entry)
  • Weekends & holidays: From 9am to 8pm (last entry)
View Event
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Organization
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Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

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Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

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Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

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Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

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Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

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Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

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Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

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Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

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Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

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Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

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Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

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Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

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Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

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Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

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Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

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Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

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Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

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Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

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Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

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Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

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How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

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How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

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Refugee Shabbat 2022, which will take place on March 4-5, is a moment for congregations, organizations, and individuals in the United States and around the world to dedicate a Shabbat experience to refugees and asylum seekers. This past year our hearts have swelled at the massive global effort to evacuate and find safe homes for Afghans fleeing for their lives; and they have broken seeing people whose lives are in danger being turned away at border crossings around the world. This is a critical moment for all of us to reaffirm and redouble our support for refugees and asylum seekers.

How to Participate

Whether you sign up to participate on behalf of your congregation or as an individual hosting an event in a home, there are many options for your Refugee Shabbat. It could be the culmination of a week of action on refugee issues, a moment to simply focus on learning more about the global refugee crisis in a Jewish context, or an opportunity to convene Jewish (or interfaith) congregations to learn and chart a course of action together. The choice is yours.

Congregations might consider including a liturgical reading on the theme of the refugee crisis in Shabbat services and/or dedicating a sermon or text study to the topic. If you have a relationship with a refugee or refugee professional in your local community, consider inviting that person to speak during services. You might also plan an educational program after Friday evening services or after Saturday morning services.

For individuals and congregations alike, HIAS is pleased to provide programming resources that include a liturgical reading, sermon/D’var Torah talking points, a text study, and a list of ways that people can take action on their own or as a group. This resource will be available in the coming months. If you are located in Canada, our partners at JIAS Toronto will provide resource materials that apply to the Canadian context, and if you are based in Europe, you will receive resource materials from HIAS’ European headquarters in Brussels.

We encourage you to think through which of these options would be the most appealing to you and/or your community. Congregations and organizations may also want to begin identifying possible community partners (e.g., other synagogues, local organizations, etc.) and finding the right space for the program.

Given the uncertainty around COVID-19, HIAS is preparing resources that will work either online or in-person (in accordance with public health guidelines in place in March 2022).

*If the March 4-5 dates do not work for you or your community, feel free to register your participation below and choose another date in Spring 2022 that works with your calendar.

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Refugee Shabbat 2022, which will take place on March 4-5, is a moment for congregations, organizations, and individuals in the United States and around the world to dedicate a Shabbat experience to refugees and asylum seekers. This past year our hearts have swelled at the massive global effort to evacuate and find safe homes for Afghans fleeing for their lives; and they have broken seeing people whose lives are in danger being turned away at border crossings around the world. This is a critical moment for all of us to reaffirm and redouble our support for refugees and asylum seekers.

How to Participate

Whether you sign up to participate on behalf of your congregation or as an individual hosting an event in a home, there are many options for your Refugee Shabbat. It could be the culmination of a week of action on refugee issues, a moment to simply focus on learning more about the global refugee crisis in a Jewish context, or an opportunity to convene Jewish (or interfaith) congregations to learn and chart a course of action together. The choice is yours.

Congregations might consider including a liturgical reading on the theme of the refugee crisis in Shabbat services and/or dedicating a sermon or text study to the topic. If you have a relationship with a refugee or refugee professional in your local community, consider inviting that person to speak during services. You might also plan an educational program after Friday evening services or after Saturday morning services.

For individuals and congregations alike, HIAS is pleased to provide programming resources that include a liturgical reading, sermon/D’var Torah talking points, a text study, and a list of ways that people can take action on their own or as a group. This resource will be available in the coming months. If you are located in Canada, our partners at JIAS Toronto will provide resource materials that apply to the Canadian context, and if you are based in Europe, you will receive resource materials from HIAS’ European headquarters in Brussels.

We encourage you to think through which of these options would be the most appealing to you and/or your community. Congregations and organizations may also want to begin identifying possible community partners (e.g., other synagogues, local organizations, etc.) and finding the right space for the program.

Given the uncertainty around COVID-19, HIAS is preparing resources that will work either online or in-person (in accordance with public health guidelines in place in March 2022).

*If the March 4-5 dates do not work for you or your community, feel free to register your participation below and choose another date in Spring 2022 that works with your calendar.

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How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

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How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

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How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

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How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

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How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

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How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

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How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

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How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

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How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

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How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

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How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

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How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

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Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

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How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

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Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

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Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

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Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self Guided Walking Tour:

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

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Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

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How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

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Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

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How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

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Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

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How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

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HAMILTON is the story of America then, told by America now. Featuring a score that blends hip-hop, jazz, R&B and Broadway, HAMILTON has taken the story of American founding father Alexander Hamilton and created a revolutionary moment in theatre—a musical that has had a profound impact on culture, politics, and education. With book, music, and lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda, direction by Thomas Kail, choreography by Andy Blankenbuehler, and musical supervision and orchestrations by Alex Lacamoire, HAMILTON is based on Ron Chernow’s acclaimed biography. It has won Tony®, Grammy®, and Olivier Awards, the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, and an unprecedented special citation from the Kennedy Center Honors.

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Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience
Seattle, WA

On view at the Wing Luke Museum June 11, 2021 through April 17, 2022 in the George Tsutakawa Art Gallery.

Explore the inspiration, design, and fabrication process of public sculptures by Gerard Tsutakawa as well as their effect on Seattle physically, socially and culturally.

Self-Guided Walking Tour

How many Tsutakawa sculptures have you seen around Seattle? We’ve launched a brand new self-guided interactive walking tour of all of Gerry’s public works in the city. Visit familiar iconic sites and discover new ones you never knew existed.

View the walking tour map: digitalwingluke.org/tsutakawa-walking-tour

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