Moses Lake Museum

Moses Lake boasts a fantastic opportunity for artists around the basin as well as families interested in being involved in the communityAptly referred to as MAC the museum is home to the Adam East collection of Native American artifacts from the Columbia Basin RegionThey also frequently change out the subsequent art on the walls with ever evolving Columbia Basin Artists and traveling exhibitions.  The best part is that the museum is always FREE

As well as offering you those opportunities of learning the history of the Columbia Basin they also offer weekly classes for you or your family on ever revolving topics that may interest you.  Just two weeks ago I was able to take my kids to a Family Free Saturday where they made igloos out of marshmallows!  Coming up on January 23 they are offering a class on Origami.

Mia & her Igloo

Mia & her Igloo

 

Within the quarterly brochure that goes out to all families in Moses Lake from the Moses Lake Parks and Rec Department you will find a full schedule of all the classes offered by the museum for you and family.  Once a month they offer a Family Free day for you and your family to enjoy.  Don’t miss out on the opportunity to fully take advantage of all the community has to offer!

Posted on January 13, 2010 at 10:59 am
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Moses Lake Museum & Arts

  New art exhibits open at the Moses Lake Museum & Art Center!
                                           Oct 15, 2009

 

  

CARTOONISTS NORTHWEST

  

OCTOBER 16 – NOVEMBER 14, 2009

Opening Reception: Friday, Oct. 16 at 7 p.m.

 

Established in 1981, Cartoonists Northwest is an association of professional and amateur cartoonists who meet monthly to network, collaborate, and promote community among Pacific Northwest artists.

 

In addition, Cartoonists Northwest artist Elizabeth Pankey will present, Caricature and Other Funny Stuff on Saturday, October 17 at 1:30 p.m.  Admission is FREE and the presentation is appropriate for ages 10 thru adult.  Private critiques after presentation.  Please sign up in advance for critiques, space is limited.

 

Featured artwork: from Last Kiss, by John Lustig.

 

 

DEANNA PINDELL

THE JOURNEY: METAPHORS AND METAMORPHOSIS

  

OCTOBER 16 – NOVEMBER 14, 2009

Opening Reception: Friday, Oct. 16 at 7 p.m.

 

The Journey: Metaphors and Metamorphosis is a body of work exploring the transition into afterlife.  A universal human concern, this theme transcends cultural or religious differences.  As a sculptural installation, these works offer a pathway through a strange jungle of forms.  The physical pathway is a metaphor for the metaphysical journey, each of us embarks upon when life ends.

 

Featured artwork: Unseen Guests, beeswax encaustic over paper, Deanna Pindell.

  

For details, please call 509-766-9395.

 

Moses Lake Museum & Art Center (MAC) is a non-profit institution emphasizing the history and art of Central Washington and is supported by the City of Moses Lake and Friends of MAC.

 

The MAC is located at 228 West Third Avenue in downtown Moses Lake. Hours are 11am to 5pm, Tuesday through Saturday, and admission is FREE.

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Posted on October 16, 2009 at 4:57 am
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Moses Lake Museum & Arts

  New art exhibits open at the Moses Lake Museum & Art Center!
                                           Oct 15, 2009

 

  

CARTOONISTS NORTHWEST

  

OCTOBER 16 – NOVEMBER 14, 2009

Opening Reception: Friday, Oct. 16 at 7 p.m.

 

Established in 1981, Cartoonists Northwest is an association of professional and amateur cartoonists who meet monthly to network, collaborate, and promote community among Pacific Northwest artists.

 

In addition, Cartoonists Northwest artist Elizabeth Pankey will present, Caricature and Other Funny Stuff on Saturday, October 17 at 1:30 p.m.  Admission is FREE and the presentation is appropriate for ages 10 thru adult.  Private critiques after presentation.  Please sign up in advance for critiques, space is limited.

 

Featured artwork: from Last Kiss, by John Lustig.

 

 

DEANNA PINDELL

THE JOURNEY: METAPHORS AND METAMORPHOSIS

  

OCTOBER 16 – NOVEMBER 14, 2009

Opening Reception: Friday, Oct. 16 at 7 p.m.

 

The Journey: Metaphors and Metamorphosis is a body of work exploring the transition into afterlife.  A universal human concern, this theme transcends cultural or religious differences.  As a sculptural installation, these works offer a pathway through a strange jungle of forms.  The physical pathway is a metaphor for the metaphysical journey, each of us embarks upon when life ends.

 

Featured artwork: Unseen Guests, beeswax encaustic over paper, Deanna Pindell.

  

For details, please call 509-766-9395.

 

Moses Lake Museum & Art Center (MAC) is a non-profit institution emphasizing the history and art of Central Washington and is supported by the City of Moses Lake and Friends of MAC.

 

The MAC is located at 228 West Third Avenue in downtown Moses Lake. Hours are 11am to 5pm, Tuesday through Saturday, and admission is FREE.

Follow me on Twitter @ hjadkinson

Become a fan on Facebook http://preview.tinyurl.com/ykcrkm2

Follow my Moses Lake Real Estate Blog @ http://hjadkinson.wordpress.com/

Posted on October 16, 2009 at 4:57 am
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