Washington’s creativity unleashed.

Poet Laureate Tod Marshall

Washington state’s fourth poet laureate, Tod Marshall, doesn’t have time to rest on his laurels. He’s traveling around the state sharing his art form and encouraging others to express themselves.

The Haub Collection at the Tacoma Art Museum

In November 2014, at the inaugural exhibition, Tacoma Art Museum took its place as one of the largest collections of art from the American West, thanks in part to a generous donation from Erivan and Helga Haub.

Bridget Gunning

Bridget Gunning learned the power of gravity when she was a child when a piece of her clothing got stuck on the outside of an escalator in a mall.

Terrance Guardipee

Every person has a story to tell. The tradition of storytelling among the Blackfeet, an American Indian tribe in Montana, still survives.

Marisela Fleites, flamenco dancing

For the Love of Flamenco

Marisela Fleites began dancing flamenco at age 5, growing up in Cuba. Flamenco is a Spanish art form that has evolved, crossing paths with many cultures.

lynn dee

The Accidental Artist

For Lummi Island artist Lynn Dee, nature’s raw power is her muse and mud is her canvas.