The changing of the seasons heralds a changing of the scenery at our downtown Spaceworks Tacoma venues. And while we didn’t choreograph our fall exhibit to the changing fall foliage, it does provide the perfect reason, come mid-November, to take a walk (or several) in the Theater District to view the new round of art installations. The next round of Spaceworks artists has been announced: Diane Hansen, Lance Kagey, Janette Ryan, Brian Hutcheson, RSVR, Kelly June Mitchell, and Mary Rothlisberger and Lauren McCleary. Maria Meneses will be showing at the Tollbooth gallery. New works will get underway soon. Congratulations, artists!
After 17 years of daydreaming, a Tacoma entrepreneur decided to take the plunge and open a small-scale wedding chapel that offers couples a stress-free, intimate experience.
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On Monday, April 17th, 2017 Cambodian communities nationwide will participate in a candlelight vigil in honor of the National Day of Remembrance.
60 Washington State artists will receive $1,500 towards a new project, studio time, travel – the possibilities are endless. Learn more and apply now!
Originally posted on Tacoma Arts:
Application Deadline: May 1, 2017, 11:59 PM Opportunity 1 (Exterior Mural) Budget: $8,000, all-inclusive Opportunity 2 (Decorative Gate) Budget: $12,000, all-inclusive Eligibility: Must live within Tacoma city limits; 18 years or older. Panel will prioritize artists with ties to the Hilltop community Opportunity The Tacoma Community Redevelopment Authority, in partnership…