Monthly Archives: August 2013
Every year the AIP line-up for the World Music Stage is richer and more wonderful, to the point that as many visitors come for the music as for the visual art.
Music from Japan to Africa, Brazil to India, there’s a sound for everyone. Returning this year is Al-Andalus, a world –renowned group creating an andalusian style that is a mix of music from the Middle East, North Africa and Europe.
Also on stage will be Hank Araki who is a master of all things flute, Japanese and Celtic. Check the schedule and plan on enjoying the tunes!… Continue reading →
Newly named the Hands On Art Pavilion, four tents will feature activities for kids and kids at heart this year. See great art and talk to the artists, but also MAKE some yourself! Free that inner child (and the kid at your side who wants to mess with stuff)! Here are some choices (or do it ALL!)
Print Arts Northwest
PAN offers a colorful printmaking experience with their popular fish printing program.
Saturday in the Arts Education booth
The Right Brain Initiative
The Right Brain’s button making program is a crowd pleaser enjoyed by people of all ages.
Sunday … Continue reading →
Not just another outdoor art fair, Art in the Pearl is listed in the top 10 in the nation’s art festivals and has THE WAY to fill everyone’s home with the best of handmade things.
Natalie Warrens” exquisite ceramics enliven every meal (even if you can”t cook).
Best of all, each artist is present to explain their process or inspiration so that when the treasured object goes home it brings with it a personal connection to the maker.
Drying dishes never looked so good There are a lot of drugs, causing problems and making first check home drug test pass … Continue reading →