Quartermaster Press Studio celebrates its 25th Anniversary with a retrospective exhibition that includes the printed works of 31 past and present members. April 6 through May 25, 2018 at Koch Gallery at Katherine L White Hall.
Printing is an infinitely expanding art form, embodying creativity, experimentation, and inventiveness. This is the colorful local story of a small group of artists learning to monoprint in a potting shed at Quartermaster Harbor in 1993. Today, 25 years later, Quartermaster Press Studio is still an active artist collective, working in a fully-equipped etching studio at the historic Beall Greenhouses.
QMP 25 invites you to attend Two First Friday Receptions and other special events including docent tours of the exhibit and The Collector’s Conversation to understand what it is to own and live with an artwork.
BLUE HERON EDUCATION CENTER GALLERY
The Army of Scholars
Geri Siebert returned to the Multi-Age classes at Chautauqua this year to work with students in conjunction with their study of China. After learning about the life-size Terracotta Warriors protecting the first emperor, students crafted miniature sculptures that will come together as The Army of Scholars on display at the Blue Heron Education Center Gallery during the month of April.
KATHERINE L. WHITE THEATRE
Tim Dahms has been called “one of the finest bass players to come out of the Hawaiian Islands” and has played with music icons from Steely Dan to Willie Nelson. Unfortunately, Tim can’t make it to the VCA show on April 6th so Doug Pine and Rick Dahms will be playing without him, joined by Michael Marcus on bass, Wesley Peterson on drums, and Mike Nichols on harmonica.
VCA is excited to host this series of local musicians performing at the Katherine L. White Hall in partnership with Vashon Events, and generously sponsored by John L. Scott.