64TH ANNUAL CENTRAL WASHINGTON ARTISTS’ EXHIBITION
November 2 – December 7, 2019
Celebrating its 64th year at the Larson Gallery, the Central Washington Artists’ Exhibition showcases the most current and innovative artwork being produced in this region. The juror for this exhibition is Greg Robinson.
Greg Robinson began working at the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art in 2010 and serves as Chief Curator.
Robinson is a Seattle native who has worked in arts administration for 23 years, most recently as executive director of the Museum of Northwest Art in La Conner. He has served on numerous arts juries and awards panels and holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Washington and a master’s degree in Public Administration from New York University.
Saturday November 2 3-5PM
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The vision of the Larson Gallery Guild is to Cultivate a Love of Art. By becoming a member of the Larson Gallery Guild, you support the programming at the Larson Gallery and throughout the community.
Our memberships provide wonderful benefits and supports our goal to inspire artists, students, and the community through exhibits, programs, collections and events, and to promote the art and artists of the region.Ways to support
Six exhibitions a year in the Larson Gallery feature invited artists, juried, student, and member exhibitions. Exhibits usually run around six weeks, so you will find a diverse, creative, and changing experience in the Larson Gallery. Admission is always free.Exhibitions
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