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At Home with Art

November 28th, 2012 | by Kate Albert Ward

It's been two months since the Spaceworks Cakewalk. As a means of celebrating the close of a fabulous Art at Work month, join Kate Albert Ward in taking a peek at where some of the artworks won at the Cakewalk have ended up

Give Tacoma

November 27th, 2012 | by Katy Evans

November 27th is #GivingTuesday, the most recent opportunity in a growing list of consumer possibilities foisted upon us right after Thanksgiving. But Giving Tuesday is my new favorite for a few reasons: As I age, I need fewer things and therefore enjoy encouraging others to instead spend money on causes and experiences. Every year it gets easier to support the efforts that mean the most to me, thanks to the internet. Tacoma is a town involved in lots and lots of good work

Spaceworks Tacoma

September 4th, 2012 | by Kate Albert Ward

Over the past two years, the Spaceworks Tacoma program has helped many local artists and creative entrepreneurs find donated space to show their work and launch their creative endeavors. Spaceworks Tacoma supports both the arts and small businesses in Tacoma-- learn how you can support them too!

Live/Work Space in Tacoma’s Historic Buildings

April 16th, 2012 | by Daniel Rahe

Thanks to ongoing policy discussions at City Hall and the support of Historic Tacoma, our city's historic structures may begin to play a more active role in our economy and culture through an innovative business model.

Goldfinch on a Wing

January 20th, 2012 | by Lisa Kinoshita

Goldfinch has been “an active part of the arts community in Tacoma for many years, and I think that using a random space in the city to record in a non-sterile environment makes the most sense,” singer Aaron Steven says. “After all, we are not a hermetically sealed city, and I don’t believe our art should be, either.”

10 Years of Art in the F.W. Woolworth Building

October 1st, 2011 | by Lisa Kinoshita

Today, the Woolworth Building's broad storefront windows provide a unique, open-air exhibition space for art, and no longer advertise the inexpensive household goods that attracted window shoppers from 1950 on

Worthy of Woolworth?

October 1st, 2011 | by Katy Evans

Artist Amy Bay installed "Bramble" in the Woolworth Window but the finished work fails to communicate her vision as she explores nature and civilization

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