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Arts Crush North Events at Shoreline City Hall, Oct. 30-31

Stop by the Shoreline City Hall Lobby on the Oct. 30 and 31 for some end of October fun with three very creative artists.

Stop by the Shoreline City Hall Lobby on the Oct. 30 and 31 for some end of October fun with three very creative artists. 

Cynthia Knox (Ronald Bog Summerset Art & Nature event organizer) will be back both Tuesday and Wednesday from 10-1 with her free-flowing participatory community braiding/knitting project.

Joining her on Tuesday will be Jennifer Carroll (known for her gold bobble-head composer piano and crayon dancers). She will be decorating masks, shoes and other items for Day of the Dead and says, “Halloween/Day of the Dead is the perfect time to explore all that you are, all that you aren't, all that you long to be!”

Carroll, a multi-mediatrix, has been digging deep into her soul this month and invites you to join her on Tuesday, October 30. She will bring simple masks and a variety of resplendent materials to help you disguise and reveal yourself as never before! Participants are also encouraged to "Bring Your Own" items to decorate!

On Wednesday, Marsha Lippert will also be back with her expert oil pastel instruction. You can watch Marsha work on her own art or try your hand and leave with a mini treasure of your own. Don’t be the last in town to try this fascinating medium.

The Gallery at Shoreline City Hall will be in transition this week with a new exhibit opening to the public on Thursday evening from 5:00-7:00 p.m.  But you can always take outdoor Sculpture Stroll! Maps are available on the website or at City Hall.

The City of Shoreline Crushed for the third year with this free Artist-in-Action event for ages 4 to 104. For additional information about Artist in Action at Shoreline City Hall email rbird@shorelinewa.gov or call 206-801-2661. City Hall is located at 17500 Midvale Ave N.

More information about Arts Crush may be found at www.artscrush.org   Join the fun and GET CRUSHED!

Source: Ros Bird.

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