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This email came through recently. As I love artisanal stuff, and the vibe of farmer’s markets, this looks like a great deal of holiday fun.

 

December 5th Everett Holiday on the Bay

 

 

Boats on Parade at the Port of Everett 6pm on Saturday December 5th

2015 Everett Farmers Market: Holiday Craft Fair

 

December 5th from 12 NOON to 6:30pm plan to shop local and support some of the many Vendors you have visited during the 2015 Everett Farmers Markets season.

 

Everett Farmers Market will have 33 Vendors in the Waterfront Center 1205 Craftsman Way. click here to see map for directions.

 

Plan to do your holiday shopping with local business.  Click the link below to see who will be at Holiday on the BayMake your list today!

See Vendors at the Holiday on the Bay click here

Print your Schedule of the day click here

 

 

This just came through, posting as is. Great opportunity for the locally artistically inclined.

City seeks nominations for arts awards
2013 Mayor’s Arts Awards and the prestigious Richard Wendt Award of Excellence
Awards recognize Everett’s artists and arts supporters
Deadline:  5 PM, Friday, October 4, 2013
Presentation November 21

For more information and nomination forms, visit www.ci.everett.wa.us/default.aspx?ID=1074.
Contact Carol Thomas, 425-257-7101 cthomas@ci.everett.wa.us

The City of Everett Cultural Arts Commission invites nominations for the 2013 Mayor’s Arts Awards and the prestigious Richard Wendt Award of Excellence.  The awards recognize the accomplishments of artists, arts and cultural organizations and community members committed to enriching the Everett community through the arts.

This is the 21st year of the Richard Wendt Award of Excellence, a lifetime achievement award given to those individuals whose strong support of the arts has been ongoing through philanthropic and volunteer service.

In recognition of Everett’s growing arts community, the commission has created the Mayor’s Arts Awards, which in its fourth year will honor art educators, artists in the community and young artists demonstrating promise and commitment to the Everett arts community.

Nominations must be submitted by 5 p.m. Friday, Oct. 4.  The Cultural Arts Commission will review the nominations and select the recipients.  The awards, which are non-monetary, are presented annually.

Mayor Ray Stephanson will honor recipients of the 2013 Mayor’s Arts Awards and the Richard Wendt Award of Excellence at a public ceremony on Thursday, Nov. 21.  For more information and nomination forms, visit http://www.everettwa.org/default.aspx?ID=1945.

Past honorees
Past Wendt award recipients include: J. Leach and Vickie Norris, 2012; Janalene Simpson, 2011; Arden Flom, 2010; Marian and Jerry Krell, 2009; Bob and Dona Anderson, 2008; Dr. Richard and Nancy Wendt, 2007; Imagine Children’s Museum, 2006; Clay and Hap Wertheimer, 2005; Terry and Cheryle Earnheart, 2004; Susan Jane Russell, 2003; Arts Council of Snohomish County, 2002; Mike Jordan, 2001; Peter Newland, 2000; John and Idamae Schack, 1999; Dr. Sanford Wright, 1998; Maryalice Salget, 1997; Dr. Paul-Elliott Cobbs, 1996; Dr. Richard Wendt, 1995; Carl Gipson, 1994; Dorothy Jayne Wright, Clyde Revord Motors and Jim Noonan, 1993; and Gene Nastri, 1992.

Past Mayor’s Arts Awards recipients include: Lloyd Weller, Arts Educator; Ron and Ursula Stocke, Artist in the Community, 2012; 20 Riverside, Young Artist; Henrietta Wilson, Arts Educator; Tami Walker and Roxy Gesler, Artist in the Community, 2011; Josey Wise, Young Artist; Shannon Danks, Arts Educator; Liz Geiger, Jane Steele-Meagher and Janet Wold of the Corner Studio and Gallery and Cheri O’Brien, Shari Osti and Evelia Sanchez of the Red Door Gallery, Artist in the Community, 2010.

###City seeks nominations for arts awards
Awards recognize Everett’s artists and arts supporters

EVERETT – The City of Everett Cultural Arts Commission invites nominations for the 2013 Mayor’s Arts Awards and the prestigious Richard Wendt Award of Excellence. The awards recognize the accomplishments of artists, arts and cultural organizations and community members committed to enriching the Everett community through the arts.

This is the 21st year of the Richard Wendt Award of Excellence, a lifetime achievement award given to those individuals whose strong support of the arts has been ongoing through philanthropic and volunteer service.

In recognition of Everett’s growing arts community, the commission has created the Mayor’s Arts Awards, which in its fourth year will honor art educators, artists in the community and young artists demonstrating promise and commitment to the Everett arts community.

Nominations must be submitted by 5 p.m. Friday, Oct. 4. The Cultural Arts Commission will review the nominations and select the recipients. The awards, which are non-monetary, are presented annually.

Mayor Ray Stephanson will honor recipients of the 2013 Mayor’s Arts Awards and the Richard Wendt Award of Excellence at a public ceremony on Thursday, Nov. 21.  For more information and nomination forms, visit http://www.everettwa.org/default.aspx?ID=1945.

Past honorees
Past Wendt award recipients include: J. Leach and Vickie Norris, 2012; Janalene Simpson, 2011; Arden Flom, 2010; Marian and Jerry Krell, 2009; Bob and Dona Anderson, 2008; Dr. Richard and Nancy Wendt, 2007; Imagine Children’s Museum, 2006; Clay and Hap Wertheimer, 2005; Terry and Cheryle Earnheart, 2004; Susan Jane Russell, 2003; Arts Council of Snohomish County, 2002; Mike Jordan, 2001; Peter Newland, 2000; John and Idamae Schack, 1999; Dr. Sanford Wright, 1998; Maryalice Salget, 1997; Dr. Paul-Elliott Cobbs, 1996; Dr. Richard Wendt, 1995; Carl Gipson, 1994; Dorothy Jayne Wright, Clyde Revord Motors and Jim Noonan, 1993; and Gene Nastri, 1992.

Past Mayor’s Arts Awards recipients include: Lloyd Weller, Arts Educator; Ron and Ursula Stocke, Artist in the Community, 2012; 20 Riverside, Young Artist; Henrietta Wilson, Arts Educator; Tami Walker and Roxy Gesler, Artist in the Community, 2011; Josey Wise, Young Artist; Shannon Danks, Arts Educator; Liz Geiger, Jane Steele-Meagher and Janet Wold of the Corner Studio and Gallery and Cheri O’Brien, Shari Osti and Evelia Sanchez of the Red Door Gallery, Artist in the Community, 2010.

The ever cool Schack Art Center has some fun offerings  this coming week, and through the weekend. Engaging and fun activities for kids and adults. Check them out!

Shack-toberfest
September 26 – 29, 2013
ADMISSION IS FREE!

This harvest-themed weekend at the Schack Art Center features a glass pumpkin patch, glassblowing demonstrations, pumpkin carving demonstrations, activities for kids, “Make It Now” pumpkin classes in the hot shop, and beer tasting for those 21+.

View Daily Schedule of Activities Below:

Thursday September 26
9-10am: SCHACK MEMBERS ONLYexclusive early access to the pumpkin patch!

10am-6pm: GLASS PUMPKIN PATCH
Pick (and purchase) your favorite glass pumpkin from more than 300 colorful and unique pumpkins handcrafted in the Schack glassblowing studio. Also: Harvest themed paintings, pottery, and gifts local artists.  Enter to win a glass pumpkin!

Friday September 27
10am-4pm: GLASS PUMPKIN PATCH

5-9pm: BEER & BRAT NIGHT – Ages 21+ ONLY
Tickets: $25 Schack Members/$30 Non-Members
        This is a SELL-OUT event. Get your tickets today!
Let local breweries wet your whistle, savor a gourmet brat with all the fixins’, and enjoy live music while watching Jesse Kelly and his team create “The Great Glass Pumpkin” in the Schack hot shop.10% discount on glass pumpkins during Beer & Brat Night!

Saturday September 28
10am-5pm: GLASS PUMPKIN PATCH

“MAKE IT NOW” GLASS PUMPKINS, Age 8+ (with an adult). Fees: $45 Schack Members/$50 Non-Members. Advanced reservations recommended.
DEMO BY A MASTER PUMPKIN CARVER
ACTIVITIES FOR KIDS

Sunday September 29
12-5pm: GLASS PUMPKIN PATCH

“MAKE IT NOW” GLASS PUMPKINS, Age 8+ (with an adult). Fees: $45 Schack Members/$50 Non-Members. Advanced reservations recommended.

SCHACK art center
2921 Hoyt Ave. Everett, WA 98201 – 425.259.5050 – schack.org
LOOK/exhibits – LEARN/classes – CREATE/studios  –  Always Admission Free
M-F 10am – 6pm, Sat. 10am – 5pm, Sun. Noon – 5pm

This just in from my friends at the Fabric of Life foundation in Edmonds.

Learn more about Julie’s work here; https://www.facebook.com/julievantoshphotography

 

An unusual exhibition of black and white film photography will be on display at Fabric of Life for the September 19, 2013 Artwalk.

Julie Van Tosh

…holds a BFA in Fine Art Photography from the University of Washington.  Her artistic influences include Alfred Stieglitz, Lee Friedlander, Michael Kenna, August Sander and Henri Cartier-Bresson.

 

        

 

“My inspirations are the landscapes I encounter: Urban, Wilderness, Human. One of my favorite activities is “Photo Safari” where I explore an area, sometimes just one downtown block and photograph what sparks my eye. ”

                       

This is a great opportunity to see Julie’s work,

and talk with her about the great variety of

work she does:

Lanterns

Professional Photography Services – Traditional & Digital photography

Corporate – event, annual report

Portrait – wedding, reception, family, infant, maternity, pet, headshots

Travel – vacation, city tours, sea and land

Social & Print Media – newspaper, online, magazine

Environment – architecture, garden, landscape

Documentary – art work, cataloging, scanning.

 

 

Please join us at Fabric of Life!

Fabric of Life
523 Main Street
Edmonds, WA  98020     425-563-3925

 

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