This summer, be sure you make some time to visit the Gallery at the Park in Richland and see the annual Juried Show, which begins July 2. The 2019 Juried Show features works by artists from around the Pacific Northwest. Some of the featured artists will even win monetary prizes, with more than $2,500 being […]More
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Each May, the Gallery at the Park in Richland celebrates students with an exhibition featuring the recipients of the Allied Arts Association’s student scholarships. To help support visual arts in the community, Allied Arts awards annual scholarships to Columbia Basin College students and students working toward a master’s degree in fine arts. This year, scholarships […]More
In the 1940s a small group of artists wanted a place to paint and display their artwork. In 1948 they wrote a constitution and officially founded the Allied Arts Association: a nonprofit organization that believes a vibrant community deserves rich visual arts opportunities. Today, Allied Arts provides art exhibitions and education from the Gallery at […]More
This March, the newest exhibit at the Gallery at the Park in Richland features works by Harley Cowan and Nathan Robles. This show displays a combination of two-dimensional and three-dimensional art, with Cowan presenting his photography and Robles his sculptures. Cowan is a photographer and architect based in Portland. He studied large-format photography with Ray […]More
The Gallery at the Park will feature a new exhibit in January — Desert Fiber Arts’ “Art Inspired Art” show. Desert Fiber Arts is a nonprofit organization for fiber-arts enthusiasts. It originated in 1974 with the purpose of promoting education, interest and participation relating to fiber arts. Members of the organization come from all around […]More
Get all your holiday shopping done early at the Gallery at the Park in Richland! Throughout November and December, the Allied Arts Association’s gallery will be hosting its Gallery Aglow event. Gallery Aglow has been an annual tradition for more than 30 years, and each November, local and regional artists submit hundreds of works to […]More
Allied Arts is celebrating its 70th anniversary this year. To celebrate, Allied Arts members will be hosting a party this month at the Gallery at the Park in Richland, and everyone — including nonmembers — can attend. Allied Arts got its start in the 1940s when Thelma Pearson, an art teacher at Jefferson Elementary School, […]More