Monthly Archives: August 2017

Summit to focus on “Creating space for the arts”

August 31st, 2017|

Registration is now open for Arts of Clark County’s second Arts and Culture summit to be held on Saturday, September 23, at the Artillery Barracks building at the Fort Vancouver National Historic Reserve. Those wishing to attend the all-day event may register for $35 per person.

Like the first summit, held in 2012, this will be […]

New gallery to stretch the imagination while creating a wow factor for the senses

August 31st, 2017|

— Jackie Genis

The finish line is in sight for the CAVE, an experimental contemporary art gallery scheduled to open in October in downtown Vancouver on 108 E. Evergreen.

This is no ordinary art gallery.

From the street, your eye first catches the charm of late 1930’s architecture. Once inside, the CAVE opens wide as if to embrace […]

Ingredients for a Certified Creative District

August 4th, 2017|

We were so delighted last week to have Washington State Arts Commission (ArtsWA) Executive Director Karen Hanan stop by Vancouver for a visit. She had a whirlwind tour with local leaders, catching up on arts initiatives here and also sharing her vision for the certified creative district program now passed into law. (On May 8, […]