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Americans Interned

June 14 – September 1

A Family's Story of Social Injustice

This exhibit shares the personal stories of the WWII Japananese American Internment Camps through portraits and mixed media pieces by Chris & Jan Hopkins.

Summer Art Camps

Give your child a creative summer vacation in a Schack art camp. Camps for ages 6-18 and in mediums such as painting, drawing, glassblowing, sculpture, photography and more.

August 18 & 19

Fresh Paint

Festival of Artists at Work

August 18 & 19 / Free Admission Purchase art fresh off the easel at Everett's waterfront festival. Every artist is in action, plus on-site glassblowing demonstrations and Float Find on Jetty Island.

Watch Live Glassblowing

Spend the afternoon watching live glassblowing at the Schack Art Center. From our exhibit gallery you'll get an upclose view of our state-of-the-art hot shop.

Photography: Digital Media & More Teen Camp

M-F, July 30-Aug 3, 9am-12pm

With example pictures and hands-on field trips, students will learn how the devices already in their pockets or backpacks can make big impressions. No experience required.

Fees: $140 Members/$150 Non-Members, Students bring phone and/or tablet

Fresh Paint

Festival of Artists at Work

August 18 & 19 / Free Admission

Purchase art fresh off the easel at Everett's waterfront festival. Every artist is in action, plus on-site glassblowing demonstrations and Float Find on Jetty Island.

The Pine and the Cherry

Japanese Americans in Washington

Author Mayumi Tsutakawa will speak about her family's history, including internment during World War II, at 2pm July 29. 

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