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July 18, 2014 at 5:00 AM

Visual arts this weekend: 5 places to go

Joy Olny’s “Farm Fields” will be on display in Issaquah this weekend./Courtesy Plein Air Washington Artists Frying eggs on the sidewalk is no longer an option, and the dreadful (yes, you read that right, dreadful) humidity has drifted away, looking for another city to bother. Seems a good time to go seeking artiness — you won’t…


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May 29, 2014 at 12:21 PM

It’s official: ‘Echo’ joins the sculpture park

Artist Jaume Plensa, at the dedication of his sculpture “Echo.”/Michael Upchurch photo This is from Michael Upchurch, Seattle Times arts writer. (He got to the Olympic Sculpture Park justin time for the “Echo” ribbon-cutting Thursday morning, unlike a representative from ArtsPage HQ, who was stuck on I-5.)   Barcelona sculptor Jaume Plensa was in Seattle today for the…


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August 22, 2013 at 1:02 PM

Low on cash? 5 free things to do this weekend

Ever feel as if you’re living in the Land Where Everything Costs a Lot? Along with those nagging daily expenses (food, shelter, extravagant cat treats), along comes back-to-school shopping. Another given: at the very moment when you’re feeling stretched too thin, gas prices rise seemingly overnight to the highest point in the history of the…


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