Journey Back to Vietnam by Sarah Blum DATE: April 7, 2019 TIME: 1:30 – 3:00 p.m. ADMISSION INFORMATION: Free. Sarah Blum, is a champion for justice and is working to heal the profound damage to veterans of the military. At age 73, she is still a practicing nurse psychotherapist with over 28 years experience working with […]
Contributed image “Sailing by Cattle Point Rocks” by Sam Connery View public sculpture, work by local students, artists at San Juan Islands Museum of Art View a public sculpture, art from island students and paintings by local artists Mary Ann Rock and Sam Connery. A free reception for the shows will be held from 4:30-7:30 […]
The Female Gaze: Imogen Cunningham: Through My Lens Friday Harbor, WA: The San Juan Islands Museum of Art, SJIMA, will open an exhibition by world renowned Pacific Northwest photographer Imogen Cunningham, courtesy of the Imogen Cunningham Trust and its director, San Juan County resident Meg Partridge, Cunningham’s granddaughter, and an award winning documentary filmmaker. Imogen […]
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Fritz Dreisbach: Where Were You in ’62? How It Really Started: An Anecdotal Account of the Early Years of American Studio Glass Fritz Dreisbach spun a fine tale of the history of the American Glass movement at the Community Theatre on Friday, March 13. Called the “Johnny Appleseed of Glass,” Dreisbach is one of America’s glass royalty. Silhoueted […]
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William Morris and Friends to Open at IMA on Valentines Day! Popular glass master William Morris and three of his colleagues from Pilchuck Glass School, Raven Skyriver, Shelley Muzylowski, and Ross Richmond, will be at the IMA front door on February 14 to greet the public and cut the ribbon for the new museum’s Grand […]
Some IMA History: The Little Island With The Big Dreams It was an improbable notion brought to life by an unflappable bunch of artists on a remote island in Puget Sound’s Salish Sea. Their harebrained idea: to build a fine arts museum that would gain the attention of artists and global audiences. They had no […]