The SRJO celebrates the swinging Seattle legacy of Ray Charles and Quincy Jones, with a salute to the groundbreaking jazz of the 1940s on Seattle’s Jackson Street, where Ray Charles and Quincy Jones got their starts.
Learn the very core principles of acrylic painting: how to choose canvas shapes and brushes, how to get an exciting composition, how to make the background recede and the foreground come forward, how to get rich shadows and catchy highlights, how to get realistic rocks, grass, and trees, and how to archivally finish the painting.
Woody Allen's humor is at his wild and bizarre best in this story of a "weird-gadget" tester who, after being jilted by his girlfriend (Louise Lasser), ends up as president of a tiny country where absurdity reigns.
ivilian Conservation Corps. (CCC) expert Janet Oakley will present a free talk on the creation and culture of the CCC logging camps of the Pacific Northwest. Following the lecture, local thespians will offer a short play, an adaptation by Ms. Oakley of her historical novel Tree Soldier, also about the CCC era.
The film captures the quirky spirit of the original John Irving novel. Robin Williams plays the title character, the son of unmarried, unorthodox feminist Jenny Fields (Glenn Close, in her film debut). Every effort made by Jenny to broaden Garp's outlook on life crams more fears and phobias into his psyche.
CoCA's 22nd Annual 24-Hour Art Marathon “Live! Nudes! Artists!” launches at noon on Thursday, November 13 with 24 hours of controlled chaos as 20 emerging and established artists create nearly 100 new works of art for the 2014 Gala Auction Fundraiser
The 35th Annual Holiday Festival of the Arts is a five week long festival featuring the work of over 100 local artisans and craftspeople. The affordable, locally handmade products range from jewelry, paintings, wearable art, specialty foods, and art from found materials.
It’s 1963 and an assassin’s bullet catapults Lyndon Baines Johnson into the presidency. A Shakespearean figure of towering ambition and appetite, the charismatic, conflicted Texan hurls himself into Civil Rights legislation, throwing the country into turmoil.
What is the sweet link between savoring good food and living a good life? How does what happens in the kitchen, what is served at the table, make a key difference to the interactions between friends and family both in our homes and in our local restaurants?
Join us for what MovieMaker Magazine calls the "top 5 coolest short film festival in the world." Couch Fest is a cozy shorts film fest that bring world-class short movies out of the cinema and into non-traditional venues like living rooms, boats, community centers, and more.