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A place for artists to create, teach, and share.

COMING UP AT THE J

The J is open Tuesday through Saturday and for special events.
Tuesday & Wednesday: 11:00 AM – 7:00 PM, Thursday: 11:00 AM – 9:00 PM, Friday & Saturday: 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM

WORKSHOPS, CLASSES AND MORE!

Start your year learning a new weaving technique in Twills, Twills, Twills! with Sheri Ward starting January 5.

Start your 5-8 year olds in Music for Young Children’s group piano class with Leona Foster starting January 6.

Ceramics for 10-18 year olds – Wheel Throwing with Nicole Lockhard starts January 7.

Spring Term for Children’s Musical Theatre with Kathleen Dean starts January 10 (grades 5-12) and January 11 (grades 1-4).

Painting from Scratch with Elisabeth Larson takes place on Thursdays starting January 11 – sign up for 1 week or all 5!

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NOW EXHIBITING

Our four winter exhibits just opened on December 7. Come visit us to see the new artwork!

Johannes Kunst
Nanci Price Scoular
Honghong Wang
2017-2018 Winter Juried Exhibit

Paintings by Susan Bennerstrom at The Inn at Lynden – through January 31

PERFORMANCES

Sunday, December 17th we have a special performance from the Northwest Ballet Academy: The Nutcracker Holiday Event at 3:00 PM. Tickets are available here.

This week, we have Christmas Music in the Piano Lounge every day over the lunch hour from 12:00-1:00 PM. Enjoy music by Emily Bailey, violinist, and Bethany Hilt, pianist, Linda Roorda, piano, Marc Berger, piano and Nell Veenstra, piano.

Thursday, join us for Live Music in the Piano Lounge with Chuck Dingée on December 14 from 6-8pm. This is also our Opening Reception for winter art exhibits!

 

Tickets are on sale for January’s Firefly Concert Series performance Ensemble Electra on Saturday, January 20.

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“Art is a nation’s most precious heritage. For it is in our works of art that we reveal to ourselves and to others the inner vision which guides us as a nation. And where there is no vision, the people perish.”

–Lyndon Johnson, on signing into existence the National Endowment for the Arts