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TOWN HALL & ART-MAKING

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TOWN HALL & ART-MAKING

Friday,  November 14th
5:30pm – 7:30pm
FREE ($5 suggested donation)
VALA Art Center in Redmond Town Center (next door to Z Gallerie)

Come by and make art with artist-in-residence Sherri Gamble!
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VALA EASTSIDE ART FUNDRAISER 
& ARTIST RECEPTION

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VALA EASTSIDE ART FUNDRAISER 
& ARTIST RECEPTION

Thursday, October 30th
5:30pm – 7:30pm
Tickets available here
Join us for an evening of Portteus  wine, SEAR Steakhouse appetizers, local art and fun times at the Workspring located in Redmond Marriott Town Center!  Let’s keep VALA going strong!

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Sherri Gamble + Vikram Madan :: Artists’ Reception

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Sherri Gamble + Vikram Madan :: Artists’ Reception

Friday, October 10th
5:30pm – 7:30pm
FREE ($5 suggested donation)
VALA Art Center in Redmond Town Center (next door to Z Gallerie)

Meet the artists and enjoy light food and wine!
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Everything is never as it seems…

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Everything is never as it seems…

By Jessica F. K. Lambert

What I personally love about being an artist, is that I am expected to have a very opinioned opinion. That is, that what I represent through my art is very much what I think wholeheartedly. During our Voices in the Corridor public art project, as part of the Redmond Arts Season 2014, we have found several opinions, coming from artists and community all wholeheartedly and sincerely interested in the arts.

Some have thought that the arts and ...

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Redmond’s History

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by Jeannine Hall Gailey


Redmond’s History


Flattened once by glaciers and again by railroad, Redmond morphed from

farmland – horses, apples, hay – to tech center. Trees gave way to condos

and office parks, still the scamper of rabbits and deer around the outskirts.

Ospreys nest above baseball diamonds, foxes creep out of the woods after

we sleep. Coyotes at the railway crossings, now rarely used. Along the paths

where over and over the blackberries are torn out, ducklings ...

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Vote for VALA!

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Vote for VALA!

VALA Eastside has been nominated for “Best Art Gallery” in The Best of Western Washington contest.

You can vote here! 

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Journey of “Home”

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By Jessica F. K. Lambert

The journey of “Home” has always been a part of my art-making.  Understanding the meaning behind symbols of our daily lives, the personal nuances that are attached—these are the histories we truly understand and know because we create them.  We weave our journey “Home” as we have created it throughout our lives.  As part of a community, these personal parts make the whole, and it is this whole community, “Home”, that we are trying to understand ...

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“Voices in the Corridor” :: Artists’ Reception

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“Voices in the Corridor” :: Artists’ Reception

Friday, September 12th
5:30pm – 7:30pm
VALA Art Center & Studios (next to Z Gallerie in Redmond Town Center)
FREE ($5 suggested donation)

Join us in an evening of art, poetry, food and wine as we celebrate Redmond and all the artists who worked on Voices in the Corridor.

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Redmond Arts Festival: Redmond, the people of Redmond and Mapping Home

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Flora Ramirez Bustamante and Anna Macrae, visual artists of “Voices in the Corridor”

As Featured Artists at the Redmond Arts Festival (15-17 August 2014) we wanted to produce community cultural and art activities that referenced our work and processes for ‘Voices in the Corridor’. We also wanted to engage all ages and backgrounds from our diverse community. Mapping Home, one of our projects, was about asking visitors to tell us something about their cultural background, asking them to have a conversation ...

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Art Projects: Voices in the Corridor Created by the Visual Artists Anna Macrae and Flora Ramirez Bustamante

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By Anna Macrae and Flora Ramirez Bustamante

 

 

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Artists: Anna Macrae and Flora Ramirez Bustamante
Voices in the Corridor: Transparency, 2014. House paint on vinyl

 We approached Voices in the Corridor with a very open mind as to the type of artwork we might produce. We knew we wanted our first project to be a Public Art Project, continuing the conversation about art and culture onto the streets of Redmond.

We found that designing the visual arts for Voices, ...

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