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VIRGINIA JENKINS EXIT SHOW
Feb. 7 - 28 Pottery Northwest Gallery, FREE
Virginia Jenkins Exit Show
Virginia Jenkins:
My ceramic sculpture represents a convergence between existing and imagined realities.   Through the use of iconographies drawn from the natural world found in our coastal environments, and subtle allusions to the human body, I create objects that suggest an esoteric existence.  They become their own biological entities with their own spirituality and provoke the experience of an independent, symbolic world.  By creating indeterminate forms, I hope to empower the objects with new, unpredictable functions and relationships.


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Seattle Shakespeare Company
WOODEN O SHAKESPEARE IN THE PARK

July 27, 2pm and 6pm Fisher Pavilion Lawn
Princess Bride
MOVIES AT THE MURAL

July 26, Dusk Mural Amphitheatre
Mercer Corridor Project
Mercer Corridor Project, SR 520 and Alaskan Way Viaduct Update

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