Community artists took lead in turning city's 2-day festival into a month-long event
It’s the Water (A Preview)
An art display highlighting the region’s history and culture, curated by Kristin Ramirez, in the windows of the historic 1912 City Hall/the Fire Station on State Ave. and Capitol Way.
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Autumn Reunion. A bunch of rabbits get together to celebrate fall in the window of Capitol Florist, 515 Capitol Way S. The rabbits were made from stoneware clay by artist Joe Batt.
Photo courtesy of the artist.
Poems on Olympia's waterfront, by Poet Laureate Sady Sparks and Seattle-based poet Zyna Bakari. Most of the poems are on the sidewalk at West and East Bay Drive, with rain-activated poems at Percival Landing.
Photo courtesy of the artists
One of Travis Johnson's paintings, now on exhibit at the Cider Barrel.
Courtesy of the artist
There's only a week left to see the artwork displayed in Olympia's Arts Month exhibit.
To see what you've been missing, take a look at the program.