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Black Panther Collection Viewing & Presentation

Join the Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council for a special opportunity to view and handle museum-quality Civil Rights Era photography and memorabilia from the collection of Shoreline resident Jerry Whiting. Come hear from local art collector (and software designer by day) Jerry Whiting as he shares the story of how he began collecting the art of ...

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Commons Art-In

Come make art at this free, drop-in creative time for drawing and painting. Artists, bring your friends and/or make new ones! There’s no instructor, just plenty of community art-making. BYO art supplies/all levels of experience welcome! *No oil paints/solvents, please!* Look for the plastic-covered tables in the Commons. This event takes place every 1st Saturday.

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Haiku Northwest

Haiku Northwest is an enthusiastic and friendly group of poets from around the Seattle metropolitan area who are dedicated to writing, studying and appreciating haiku and related poetic genres in English. They meet monthly to share and critique work. New members are always welcome to attend.

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Artist Reception: Friday, January 20, 2017, 5-7pm

Join us for an artist reception on Friday, January 20th from 5-7pm and meet artists Brooke Borcherding and Miguel Esteban. Have a bite to eat and drink, buy art from local artists and chat with other art lovers. We hope to see you at the Gallery at Town Center in Lake Forest Park. Be pART of your community and ...

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PTA Reflections Art Show Reception

Come by Shoreline Center to see what the creative minds of the Shoreline School District have been up to this year during the Reflections Show Reception. 2016 – 2017 Theme: What is Your Story? The top artworks from this exhibition will go on to the Washington State PT Reflections Show.

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Commons Art-In

Come make art at this free, drop-in creative time for drawing and painting. Artists, bring your friends and/or make new ones! There’s no instructor, just plenty of community art-making. BYO art supplies/all levels of experience welcome! *No oil paints/solvents, please!* Look for the plastic-covered tables in the Commons. This event takes place every 1st Saturday.

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