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Well+Being: A Juried Small-Works Exhibit
July 11 – August 30
Opening Day: Saturday, July 11
• Members' Opening 11 am–1 pm
• Public Opening 1 pm–5 pm
This juried exhibit will feature works that broadly explore issues relating to physical and mental health—including but not limited to overall health and wellness, healing and recovery, public health, chronic illness, disability, addiction, and of course the impacts of Covid-19.
Undersea Garden: A Voyage of Wonder and Imagination
September 12 – November 15
Opening Festivities: Saturday, September 12
By Tangled Fibers, a collaborative group of four Olympic Peninsula fiber artists [Tangledfibers.weebly.com] The Arts Center's intimate side gallery will be transformed into an installation that transports visitors into the world of the Salish Sea itself. Using fiber, color, texture and whimsy, the Tangled Fibers artists will create kelp, tide pools, octopus, sea stars, nudibranchs, jellyfish and other forms of life found under and over its shores. The main gallery will feature more traditional art objects, wall hangings, sculptures and quilts -– all inspired by the sea -– its vastness and beauty, as well as issues such as diversity loss and ocean acidification. Some pieces in this exhibit will be the work of individual members of the Tangled Fibers group while others will be collaborative efforts. Tangled Fibers dedicates the exhibit to the diversity of the Salish Sea -– a celebration of the patterns, colors and textures of sea life.