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In her basement studio, seasoned painter Nancy Lucas Williams is teaching students to change the way they view light, shapes and colors, one subject at a time. more
Having translated a book of Norse folk tales from Danish to English, Barbara Sjoholm hopes to make the timeless stories accessible to modern American readers. more
When art students are allowed to freely range across subjects and to pick their own schedules, learning a new skill becomes easier, said Darby Huffman, owner and founder of LaughinGnome Makers Space. more
With the 21st Century well underway, opportunities for women in the film industry have never been greater, a change wrought by pioneering women of the last 100 years. more
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“Woman at War” deserves praise not only for its deft touch in covering the heavy issue of our industrial impact upon the environment, but also for capturing the unique culture of … more
First Friday StoryNight Anne Rutherford and Norm Brecke of Portland, Oregon will present “Fool’s Paradise: tales from a blissfully twisted point of view,” during First Friday StoryNight, 7 … more
Wolfgang Fisher’s “Styx” makes for an interesting companion piece to Joe Penna’s “Arctic,” in that both films pit stoic Teutonic protagonists against the uncompromisingly harsh conditions of vast, surrounding nature. more
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During a pair of performances this weekend, the Community Chorus of Port Townsend and East Jefferson County will pay homage to the late composer and conductor Leonard Bernstein in celebration of what … more
Landing a book contract with a New York publisher doesn’t mean you find it easy to bring three-dimensional characters to life through words, says local author Louise Marley. more
After three decades, a poem drafted on a train in California by former CNN anchor Jim Wilkerson has finally been transformed into an illustrated children’s book. more
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