2016 Burien Film Festival Rules

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The 2016 Burien Film Festival is coming soon, and the rules for the Five-Minute Film Festival are out!

This year’s five-minute short film contest happens on April 1st in conjunction with the Burien UFO Festival. This year BFF will highlight Burien’s 18 neighborhoods.

February at Burien Arts Gallery

'Atessa' by Laura Van Horne

Laura Van Horne’s mixed media paintings and Corrie LaVelle’s encaustic paintings are featured in February at the Burien Arts Gallery.

Meet Laura and Corrie during the Opening Reception, Friday, Feb. 5, 5-8 p.m. at the Gallery, 826 S.W. 152nd St. in Olde Burien.

Artists from Artists United will also present their work during February.

The exhibit runs Feb. 3-Feb. 27.

Washington Clay Arts Winter Social: Day of Clay

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In Burien on Saturday, January 9th, 2016, join Washington Clay Arts (WCA) for this Year’s WCA Winter Social! For the entire day they will have informative presentations, library resources, exhibitions and social gatherings. The Library and Exhibitions are all walking distance from each other. The Winter Social at Moshier Arts Center is a five minute drive away!

Featuring:

Patrick Ledray reading and signing: December 23rd 1-3pm at Burien Books

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Patrick Ledray, a former Evergreen High School graduate, returns to Burien Books, Wednesday December 23rd 1-3pm to introduce his new Adult Fiction, "The Ephesian Artifacts" and to autograph copies of his award-winning children's book, "The Dragon in the Christmas Tree."

 

Theatre is a Gift for the Soul!

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Searching for the Perfect Gift?
Theatre is a Gift for the Soul!

Check out these three great opportunities from the Hi-Liners!

Show:
You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown

Starring Gifted Actors Age 7–18! Only $12!

New Exhibit at the Burien Community Center

Andromeda, by Amaranta Ibarra-Sandys

Now showing at The Burien Community Center:
Paintings by local artist Amaranta Ibarra-Sandys.

Amaranta moved to Seattle 20 years ago from Mexico City. As an artist and art teacher she has been constantly expose to new mediums. Trained in ceramics she started working in watercolors three years ago. The series “Angels, Mermaids and other Demons” illustrate different stages of personal narrative, from motherhood, parenting, divorce and re-invention. Amaranta also teaches art classes for the Moshier Community Art Center and King County Libraries.

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