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February 8, 2023 – Arts Etc.

Visual Arts The Hope Corps 2023 Exhibition on view through February 6, 2024 has a closing reception on Tuesday, February 6, 2024 from 6pm – 8pm. Cornish Playhouse at 201 Mercer St. Free and open...

January 9, 2024 – Arts Etc.

Visual Arts Traver Gallery presents their “Annual Group Exhibition” of gallery artists. January 4 – February 24, 2024. Incudes work by Granite Calimpong, Jiyong Lee, Naoko Morisawa and others. Opening reception on Saturday, January 6,...

December 19, 2023 – Arts Etc.

Visual Arts “Capturing the Cambodian Spirit” is the title of a show of work by Cambodian American artists Vuttha Oum and Tony Keo (Racbana) Phuong. Now on view through January 24, 2024. Asia Pacific Cultural...

December 5, 2023 – Arts Etc.

Visual Arts “Capturing the Cambodian Spirit” is the title of a show of work by Cambodian American artists Vuttha Oum and Tony Keo (Racbana) Phuong. Now on view through January 24, 2024. Asia Pacific Cultural...

October 16, 2023 – Arts Etc.

Visual Arts “Something Old, Something New: 40th Anniversary Exhibition” is a group show at Greg Kucera Gallery during the month of October, 2023 featuring the gallery’s artists. Includes work by Humaira Abid, Roger Shimomura and...

September 28, 2023 – Arts Etc.

    Visual Arts “The Nite Gardner” is a show of acrylic paintings on wood and canvas by C. C. Aramaki which she created with household tools in the middle of the night. Aramaki is an...

September 8, 2023 – Arts Etc.

Visual Arts “Of A Place” is a multi-disciplinary group show, a contemporary portrait of Washington states, diverse landscapes, eco systems and climates. The work of Juliet Shen, April Ng and Phillippe Hyojung Kim is included...

August 4, 2023 – Arts Etc.

Visual Arts The Asian Pacific Cultural Center presents an inaugural group exhibition in their new temporary building. Curated by APCC’s Board member June Sekiguchi, the show features the work of artists from Samoa and China....

Q&A: A Japanese American dancer/choreograper remembers Hiroshima in a most personal way

Gabrielle Nomura Gainor is a fifth-generation Japanese American dancer, choreographer, and activist. She recently created “Sadako and the Cranes,” a dance film performance, in collaboration with Trial & Error Productions and Hiroshima to Hope, a...

The IE turns 50: How a poet, painter became a journalist

I think I first got a copy of the International Examiner in my hands when I visited Seattle in 1976 for the Pacific Northwest Asian American Writer’s Conference, coordinated by Professor Stephen Sumida. I...