Events for September 2, 2022 – The Whatcom Museum
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FIG Studio: Beautiful Binoculars

Lightcatcher & Family Interactive Gallery 250 Flora Street, Bellingham

The FIG Studio is a self-guided, self-exploratory play-to-learn, make-and-take space for young inquisitive minds to imagine, create, and innovate. I spy with my little eye... a change of seasons! Build your own binoculars to spot some fabulous fall foliage.

Included with admission/Members free
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FIG Artist’s Corner: Georges Seurat

Lightcatcher & Family Interactive Gallery 250 Flora Street, Bellingham

Visit the Artist’s Corner in the FIG Studio, which focuses on artists from around the world. The Artist’s Corner offers young guests an opportunity to explore a variety of materials and mediums to create art inspired by the featured artist. Georges Seurat is known for creating pointillism, an art technique which involves using dots of […]

Included with admission/Members free

Downtown Art Walk

Old City Hall 121 Prospect Street , Bellingham

We’ll be opening Old City Hall for this month’s Downtown Art Walk. Come see two great music exhibits in the first-floor galleries. The Scene tells Bellingham’s music history from past to present, and Not One of the Boys showcases the psychedelic concert posters created by Bonnie MacLean in the 1960s.

Free

Scene Alchemy: Harry Smith and the Foundations of Folk Music

Old City Hall 121 Prospect Street , Bellingham

Rock out at Old City Hall and learn about an unsung Pacific Northwest countercultural prodigy. During September’s Downtown Art Walk, musician and historian Bret Lunsford will discuss the subject of his new book, Sounding for Harry Smith, as well as connections between Smith’s youth in Bellingham and his influential Anthology of American Folk Music. Before […]

Free
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