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    “Rhythm of Light” is the theme of a new walk-by textile art exhibit that will be on display in Port Townsend’s Uptown neighborhood through February. A total … more
Greg Brotherton is perhaps best known for his role as a Jefferson County commissioner. But beyond the county courthouse he’s been working on a creative trek of his own. “Hiking with a … more
    Jefferson County Historical Museum’s First Friday Speaker Series will celebrate Chinese-American voices from within the Port Townsend community and beyond. Starting at 7 … more
  John Powers was one of the art kids in his Chicago high school and he attracted trouble like a magnet. “I was a truant case, I was a troublemaker, I really was,” Powers said … more
Many artists learn and define their style and aesthetic from years of rigorous art school training, apprenticeships, and the like. Although the traditional route of success through schooling has … more
The Artist Trust, a non-profit organization that supports artists in Washington state, announced 65 artists around the state who will receive unrestricted grant awards of $1,500 each for the BIPOC … more
Port Ludlow Art League members who have participated in the league’s monthly Share & Explore sessions will be featured as the Artist of the Month in January. The Jeweler of the Month is … more
    Facing a bird’s-eye view of Port Townsend from the fourth floor of the Mount Baker Block Building, Janette Force opened a small, handmade wooden box with an Altoids tin … more
Back by popular demand, the Wooden Boat Festival’s Winter Series brings experts from all over the region to a unique and engaging Zoom experience. In six Zoom sessions, a variety of authorities … more
Christmas came early this year for some of the woodworking groups on the Peninsula. The tree part, at least. On Dec. 10, members from the Splinter Group and Jefferson Land Trust arrived at … more
    Scale any mountain, from your desk. Trace the topography with your fingertip, and marvel at the number of hiking boots that have reached the summit. Whether or not yours have … more
    Lichtenstein, Pollock, and Rothko blew up the New York art scene in the 1960s, and Edward “Ed” Parker couldn’t escape. While attending Cornell University, … more
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