- February 5 – May 17: Art Exhibit: “Craftmanship at its Finest: The Arts and Crafts Movement in Modern Day Tacoma”. Curated by Puget Sound student Chloe Brew, this exhibit explores the history and ideals of the Arts and Crafts movement, which originated in Great Britain with designer and artist William Morris. This exhibit connects current artistic practice in Tacoma with the movement. Featured prominently in the exhibit is the work of the Arts and Crafts Press run by Yoshiko Yamamoto and Bruce Smith. Located in Tacoma, this modern day press embraces the ideals of the Arts and Crafts movement. Also featured are a number of local women artists whose work exemplifies the ideals of fine craftmanship.
Collins Memorial Library, LINK Exhibit Area.
- June 5 – July 29: Puget Sound Book Artists’ Exhibit, featuring Artists with Unique and Original Books.