Topic: Arts

A Photographic Journey: Iconic Birds of the World — Zoom Presentation with Peter Cavanagh

Written on June 9, 2020 at 11:56 am, by

We are liv­ing in a time of unprece­dent­ed tri­al. In an effort to bring you a much-need­ed recon­nec­tion to the nat­ur­al world, Friends of the San Juans would like to invite you to attend an upcom­ing Zoom pre­sen­ta­tion with Peter Cavanagh. Are you expe­ri­enc­ing trav­el with­draw­al after months of lock­down and can­celled trav­el plans? Peter Cavanagh  Con­tin­ue Reading

John Miller Shares a Photo

Written on June 7, 2020 at 6:56 am, by

John Miller saw this on Roche Har­bor road the oth­er day. He said: “It reminds me of the old Bur­ma Shave signs of years past, pro­ject­ing an impor­tant mes­sage.” Thanks for shar­ing John!

Sidewalk Art Sale at Friday Harbor Atelier

Written on June 5, 2020 at 10:44 am, by

Local Artists to Fea­ture Orig­i­nal Works at Out­door Show, Sat­ur­day, June 13 Fri­day Har­bor, Wash­ing­ton… A group of San Juan Island artists, mem­bers of the Fri­day Har­bor Ate­lier, will host a Stu­dio Side­walk Art Show on Sat­ur­day, June 13 in front of the Ate­lier at the cor­ner of Spring Street and Argyle Avenue from 10:00 to  Con­tin­ue Reading

San Juan Community Theatre Playwrights Festival 2020

Written on May 28, 2020 at 1:50 pm, by

2020 has brought a lot of changes and the SJCT Play­wrights Fes­ti­val is chang­ing with it. The chal­lenges of quar­an­tine, social dis­tanc­ing, and main­tain­ing a safe and healthy com­mu­ni­ty have inspired us to re-think our for­mat, and hope­ful­ly pro­vide audi­ences and authors with new oppor­tu­ni­ties. So for all of us on San Juan Island who  Con­tin­ue Reading

We’re Keeping the Ghost Light On!

Written on May 21, 2020 at 1:13 pm, by

A note from Island Stage Left… Nor­mal­ly at this time of year we would be ask­ing you for mon­ey. But what’s nor­mal now? For the first time in Island Stage Left’s twen­ty two year his­to­ry, we must can­cel our sum­mer “Shake­speare Under the Stars”, which was to have been Shakespeare’s roman­tic com­e­dy, “Much Ado About Noth­ing.” We  Con­tin­ue Reading

From ‘Going Dark’ to ‘Lights Up’ Campaign Update

Written on May 18, 2020 at 9:42 am, by

Dear SJCT Fam­i­ly, On May 5th, we wrote to inform you of the launch of the From ‘Going Dark’ to ‘Lights Up’ cam­paign to address the impacts of the COVID-19 pan­dem­ic on SJCT oper­a­tions. Fol­low­ing the can­cel­la­tion of events in March, April, and through the end of the sum­mer, the cam­paign seeks to raise $193,000 of com­mu­ni­ty sup­port by Sep­tem­ber 30th. One  Con­tin­ue Reading

State of the Theatre

Written on May 6, 2020 at 8:40 am, by

Here is a Spe­cial Update from SJCT’s Exec­u­tive Artis­tic Direc­tor… Dear SJCT Fam­i­ly, We’ve had numer­ous inquiries as to how COVID-19 has affect­ed San Juan Com­mu­ni­ty The­atre. While we don’t know every­thing that the future holds, we have an update about the State of the The­atre today. Please take a few min­utes to watch the video,  Con­tin­ue Reading

Bald Eagle

Written on May 4, 2020 at 9:21 am, by

Local pho­tog­ra­ph­er Kevin Holmes shares this pho­to of a Bald Eagle he pho­tographed a few days ago. Great shot Kevin — Thanks for sharing!