Program meetings are held at Shoreline Masonic Center, Shoreline, WA


Shoreline Masonic Center
753 N 185th Street, Shoreline, WA 98133 (185th and Linden)

There is parking by the building for about 15 cars and across the street behind the Shoreline Historical Museum in the grassy area but NOT in the paved area. For anyone who can’t climb the 6 stairs to get in the building from the parking spaces on the building side, they can enter at the front of the building on a ramp.


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Programs and Events for 2019 - 2020

General meeting dates and scheduled programs for 2019 - 2020. Meetings are held at the Shoreline Masonic Center in Shoreline, just north of Seattle.


September 17, 2019 - Tuesday 10:30 am
Elisa Law, Washington State Historical Society

Elisa Law from the Washington State Historical Society will join us to speak about the women's suffrage movement. She will educate us about the events leading up to the passage of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution and provide us with information to inspire collages that will commemorate the 100th anniversary of women nationwide securing the right to vote. Elisa's presentation comes a few months in advance of the submission deadline for the Northwest Collage Society's spring 2020 exhibit to be held at the Washington State History Museum in Tacoma, as part of its women's suffrage centennial celebration.
To learn more about the Women's Suffrage Centennial, visit www.suffrage100wa.com.


November, 2019
Joe Rudko

Big Polaroid by Joe RudkoJoe Rudko is a graduate of Western Washington University and has shown broadly in both solo and group exhibitions throughout the Northwest including exhibitions at the Portland Art Museum, PDX Contemporary Art, G. Gibson Gallery, and Greg Kucera Gallery, as well as Von Lintel Gallery (Los Angeles, CA) and Davidson Gallery (New York, NY). He has been the recipient of the Future List Award and two Art Walk Awards from City Arts Magazine as well as the Vermont Studio Center Fellowship Award. His work is featured on the cover of indie rock band Death Cab for Cutie’s album Kintsugi and is included in the permanent collections of F5, Fidelity Investments, and the Portland Art Museum. His work has been published in Artforum, Art in America, New American Paintings, Humble Art Foundation, Fukt Magazine for Contemporary Drawing, The Stranger, and The Seattle Times. Rudko lives and works in Seattle, WA. Website.