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Found 30 blog entries tagged as "exhibit".

mid-columbia boat showJoin the 2017 Mid-Columbia Boat Show on April 20 to 23. The fun will be held at Columbia Point Park in Richland, WA. For more details, visit the website of Mid-Columbia Boat Show.

About the 2017 Mid-Columbia Boat Show
The annual Mid-Columbia Boat Show has always been one of the area's attractions since the celebration began 18 years ago. The show will feature the most beautiful and practical watercrafts which will surely amaze the audience. Attending the event are some of the biggest manufacturers and dealers in Tri-Cities and the neighboring cities to exhibit their finest boats!

The 2017 Mid-Columbia Boat Show is scheduled to bring delight to the Tri-Cities community on the following date and time:

April 20 - 2:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
April 21 -

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The BeansThe Beans: An Art Show by Arta Marie will be held on March 24, 2017, from 6:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. The show will take place at DrewBoy Creative, at 285 Williams Boulevard, Richland, WA. For more details, please visit The Beans page at DrewBoy Creative's website.

About 'The Beans': An Art Show by Arta Marie
'The Beans' is an exhibit of beautiful artworks created by Arta Marie. Arta believes that life is 'The Beans', and encourages people to love the simplicity of life and learn to appreciate art for what it is. 'The Beans' will feature Arta's illustrative creations made of shapes and colors that will surely fascinate the audience.

'The Beans' is an event for 18 years old and above. Donation amounting to $4 per person is suggested. Don't miss it!

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Columbia Basin College Presents 'In the Cloud' and Joe Batt: An Exhibit of Figurative Ceramic Sculpture and Drawing | Pasco, WAThe Columbia Basin College Arts and Humanities is pleased to present In the Cloud and artist, Joe Batt, until December 9, 2016, at 6:30 p.m. This exhibit will be held at the Esvelt Gallery Columbia Basin College, at 2600 N.20th Ave., P. Building, Pasco, WA, For more details, please visit the In the Cloud news page at CBC's website.

About 'In the Cloud'
In the Cloud started out on November 7 and will run until the 9th of December. It will feature the works of the artist Joe Batt, who is also a professor of art at the South Puget Sound Community College. Joe's artworks give prominence to a combination of figurative ceramic sculpture and drawing featuring an array of surfaces like wood, paper, and walls. Joe makes use of a variety of art materials and

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'Astronaut Story Musgrave is Here!' Event and 'A View from Space' Exhibit | A Hands In For Hands On Tri-Cities in Pasco, WAThe Astronaut Story Musgrave is Here event will be held on September 3, 2016, at Bechtel National Planetarium, CBC, at 2600 N 20th Ave., Bldg. D, Pasco, WA. This event will run from 12:30 p.m. until 1:30 p.m. For more details, please visit the Astronaut Story Musgrave is Here page on Facebook.

About the Astronaut Story Musgrave is Here! Event
Astronaut Story Musgrave will be ready to respond to participants' curious questions regarding his amazing life. However, those who wish to have their questions answered in details are encouraged to send them in advance by sending an email to hihotricities@charter.net.

On the same day of the Astronaut Story Musgrave is Here event, an exhibit entitled "A View from Space" will also be held at classrooms located

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Particles on the Wall - Travelling Art Exhibit at Hanford Reach Interpretative Center | Richland, WA Particles on the Wall - Travelling Art Exhibit will be held beginning June 29,2016, at the Hanford Reach Interpretive Center. The exhibit is open from 10:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. Hanford Reach Interpretive Center is located at 1943 Columbia Park Trl, Richland, WA. For more details, visit the Particles on the Wall - Travelling Art Exhibit page on Facebook.

About Particles on the Wall - Travelling Art Exhibit
The Particles on the Wall is an art exhibit that will run from June 29 to October 21, 2016. This exhibit will feature works of art, science and history as a means to delve into Hanford, Columbia River, and the Atomic Age. Particles on the Wall will also give prominence to visual art, literary works, memorabilia and scientific displays in order to pore

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WSU Tri-Cities Art Exhibit - Worth Griffin In Mexico, 1935 Richland, WashingtonWSU Tri-Cities Art Exhibit - Worth Griffin In Mexico, 1935 will be at the Consolidated Information Center (CIC), 2770 Crimson Way (located in Room 102) in Richland, Washington from November 2 to December 11 from 12:00 noon to 6:00 in the evening Monday through Thursday. The exhibit is free and open to the public.

Details of WSU Tri-Cities Art Exhibit - Worth Griffin In Mexico, 1935
Longtime WSU art instructor Worth D. Griffin's work will be featured in this show. Griffin taught fine arts at WSU Tri-Cities from 1924 until 1958. In 1935 he enhanced his own art education and techniques by joining a group in southern Mexico for about nine months. There he made many portraits and sketches. 

Later, he produced beautiful watercolor paintings from the

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Ai Weiwei Art Exhibit At Foundry Vineyard Walla Walla, WashingtonOn Thursday, October 15 Foundry Vineyard is inviting all of you to the opening reception of their next art exhibition featuring artwork of renowned Chinese contemporary artist Ai Weiwei.

Details of the Event
Ai Weiwei is an activist, architect, curator and China’s most famous artist.  Ai’s famous works are installations, often tending towards the conceptual sparkling dialogue between the contemporary world and traditional Chinese modes of thought and production. Ai Weiwei ‘s father Ai Qing was a Chinese poet who was denounced during the rightist movement. 

Foundry Vineyard is located at 1111 Abadie Street Walla Walla, Washington. “Ai Weiwei Walla Walla” gallery hours are Thursday – Sunday, 11 am – 5pm. Admission is free! 

For more information you

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CBC Esvelt Gallery Presents Atmospheric Abstractions In Pasco, WashingtonThis coming Monday, October 12 the CBC Esvelt Gallery presents Atmospheric Abstractions with Mariah Boyle and Ruth E. Allan from 8:00 in the morning until 8:30 in the evening. Columbia Basin College Esvelt Gallery is located at 2600 North 20 Avenue Pasco, Washington. Admission is free and open to the public. 

More about the Event
Mariah Boyle is currently teaching at Spokane Falls Community College.  She created life-sized drawings and installations using dry material like charcoal, conte crayon, pastel and water based media like ink, watercolor and paint. She received her BA from Eastern Oregon University and her MFA from Washington State University in 2012.

Ruth E. Allan is the former chairman of the City Arts Commission also the Curator and

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Ai Weiwei Walla Walla At Foundry Vineyards Walla Walla, WashingtonOn September 3,4,10,17,21 and October 1,8,15,22,29, Foundry Vineyards is honored to invite the public to their newest art installation featuring artwork from the infamous Chinese artist and political dissident Ai Weiwei.

More about the Event
Foundry Vineyards will be exhibiting the series Rebar and Case, eight sculptural works whose origin stems from the massive earthquake that shook the Sichuan province in China on May 12, 2008.

More than 5,000 schoolchildren died during the disaster. When the Chinese government failed to release the number and names of students that perished, the lack of transparency was suspicious.

Ai Weiwei coordinated the Citizens’ Investigation, which was comprised of volunteers whose purpose was to seek an explanation for

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Daughter of Hanford Exhibit At The REACH In Richland, WashingtonOn Saturday, August 1 the REACH Center is having an exhibit that tells the stories of 12 women who have influenced and been influenced by the Hanford nucelar site in Richland, Washington. The Reactor Factor's grand opening event will be from 11:00 in the morning until 2:00 in the afternoon on the same day.

About "Daughters of Hanford"
Presented by the Reach, WSU Tri-Cities and Northwest Public Radio, which is a service of WSU’s Edward R. Murrow College of Communication, there will be radio pieces, portraits, a museum exhibit and so much more.  

The Reactor Factor event includes a mix of performing arts and science-centered activities that is for both kids and adults.

In addition, there will be a drone demonstration, hands-on STEAM (science,

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