TOMORROW! Saturday, August 3 5:30 PM - 9:00 PM Join us in Judson Alley on Saturday, August 3, for live music, art activities, demonstrations, raffle, beer, cider & wine garden, and BBQ. We are excited to celebrate the arts in our community – and with you! TICKETS: $25 (1 raffle ticket included) [...]
'Thank You!' to the National Endowment for the Arts Jansen Art Center Receives National Endowment for the Arts Grant The National Endowment for the Arts is awarding the Jansen Art Center a grant of $10,000 to support the 2019/2020 Performance Season. Lynden, WA August 9, 2019 – Jansen Art Center announced … Jansen [...]
'Thank You!' to the Whatcom Community Foundation’s Brian and Marya Griffin Community Fund Jansen Art Center, as recipient of Whatcom Community Foundation’s Brian and Marya Griffin Community Fund Youth Initiative: Ceramics Studio Upgrade Awarded $3,823 to add a new potters’ wheel and a slab roller in response to increased interest participation by youth. The [...]
Joy, Flow, and Movement. I’ve always been drawn in by visual imagery. The pleasure of creating, and an avid appreciation of art, is an integral part of my life.
As a child, Liane Redpath knew she would be an artist. After experimenting with most every art medium, she arrived at jewelry making. Liane is fascinated with metal as it is a malleable material in both make and appearance.
The Jansen Art Center is pleased to announce the addition of Chuck Robinson and Jeffrey McClure to its Board of Directors. Chuck Robinson, co-founder of Village Books and Paper Dreams, has been active in several book industry organizations, serving as Board President of the Pacific Northwest Booksellers Association: Board Member of the American Booksellers [...]
September 21 – 23 Last Month we were blessed to have world renowned potter, author, educator and glaze specialist John Britt here at the J for a 3 day glaze workshop. Now that we’ve had a moment to digest the wealth of information he provided, we wanted to share some highlights from his visit. [...]
Karla Kay is a Pacific Northwest native crafting hand painted silk scarves, tapestries and bandanas using textile surface design and fiber techniques.
Hayley Shea Boyd has an intuitive eye for art and design while Jarod Owen Faw has a background in sculpture and cabinetry - together they create amazing jewelry.