An Evening with Kéké Cribbs & Lee Campbell
Join Artist Trust Board Member Lee Campbell and artist Kéké Cribbs for a virtual house party in support of Artist Trust! This virtual event won't be like your typical Zoom call, but will instead give you an exclusive tour of Kéké's Whidbey Island studio, insight to her artistic process, and a glimpse of her recent work. Come prepared to laugh, think outside the box, and hear more about one of Washington State's talented artists.
This event is FREE with a suggested donation of $50 (there will be opportunities to donate at registration and during the event).
*One donor of $100 and above will be selected to receive a mosaic panel made by Kéké*
Kéké Cribbs was born in Colorado in 1951. She lived in Ireland, France, Corsica and New Mexico before making her home on Whidbey Island in 1984 after attending Pilchuck Glass School. Kéké has since taught at Pilchuck and the Penland School of Crafts, and in 1986 started a Glass program at the Swain School of Design which later became SMU in South Dartmouth, MA. Her work has been collected internationally, including the Corning Glass Museum, NY, the L.A. County Museum, CA, the Racine Art Museum, WI and Tacoma Art Museum and Tacoma Glass Museum, WA. Kéké received an Artist Trust Fellowship Award in 2001.
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An Evening with Kéké Cribbs & Lee Campbellby Artist Trust
Date & Time
Thu, May 27, 2021
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm PDTAdd to Calendar