City of Sequim to host ‘Fluidity’ exhibit

The City Arts Advisory Commission’s “Fluidity,” a digital exhibit, will be displayed on two monitors through the windows at the Sequim Civic Center, 152 W. Cedar St. from Friday, Aug. 7, through Sunday, Aug. 9.

The exhibit is also on display on the Sequim City website at www.sequimwa.gov/705/Current-Exhibit, through Oct. 26.

Though the First Friday Art Walk is cancelled, city representatives aim to celebrate Sequim artists. They ask that local art advocates show support by posting creative expressions on social media networks with the #sequimbff hashtag on Aug. 7.

Artists represented in the “Fluidity” exhibit include: Pamela Raine, Linda Collins Chapman, Ryoko Toyama, Ines Epperson, Anne Peacock, Anne Schneider, Sally Franz, Randy Radock, Julia Conklin, Morgan Stephenson, Raquee Rivera, Witta Priester, Dan Powers, Carol Nielsen, Maria Reid, Estelle Jackson, Allyne Lawson, Lisbeth Jardine, JoAnna Caro, Peggy Hanson, Tom White, Gloria Lamson, Ken Kennedy, Gary Bullock, Dan Brewer, Melissa Mann, Robert Tognoli, Scott Pascoe, Jeff Williams-Gifford, Susan Gansert Shaw, Suzanne Anaya, Randall Page, Rick Hill, Darcy McNamara, Nels Peterson, Roger McGinnis and Eva McGinnis.

For more information, contact city arts coordinator Aurora Lagattuta at alagattuta@sequimwa.gov or 360-582-2477.

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