Arts Crush events at City Hall lobby this week

Monday, October 22, 2012


Get inspired! Find your inner artist! Create art!  Attend the theater! Hear music! Make costumes! Dance! Participate in Arts Crush North! Events are happening at Shoreline City Hall, Third Place Farmers Market and Commons and Shoreline Community College.

All October, Artists in Action and You happens in the Shoreline City Hall Lobby on various days and times. 17500 Midvale Ave N. See website for artists and details.

This week, October 23 -26 you can interact with four different artists.

  • Come watch and chat with Snohomish watercolor landscape painter Eden Hopkins who will be in the lobby “studio” on Tuesday from 9-4.  
  • Try your hand at Sumi painting with Ann Blanch on Wednesday and Friday 10-4. 
  • Amy Pleasant will be working on a new acrylic series on Thursday and Friday from 10-3. Her previous series, Looking for the Coolidges is currently in the 3rd floor Gallery through the 26th. 
  • Cynthia Knox will be back with her participatory community braiding/knitting project on Friday from 10-1. 

You can also tour the Gallery at City Hall inside the building and take the Sculpture Stroll outside!  The City of Shoreline is Crushing for the third year with this free Artist-in-Action event for ages 4 to 104.

For additional information about Artist in Action at Shoreline City Hall email or call 206-801-2661.

ARTS CRUSH is an October-long regional celebration of all the arts facilitated by Theatre Puget Sound in collaboration with hundreds of artists and art organizations, and thousands of audience participants.  ARTS CRUSH provides opportunities to connect with artists in unique and unexpected ways though theatre, music, literature, dance, visual art, film and more.  There are hundreds of free events, special discounts and once-a-year interactive arts opportunities for all ages.

Additional events throughout the Puget Sound region including Shoreline and Lake Forest Park may be found here.  Join the fun and GET CRUSHED!


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