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Name Depot Arts Center Gallery

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Image of 2013.077.329 - Prospectus

2013.077.329 - Prospectus

In December 1973 a prospectus was printed for the Depot Center to become a community arts complex. It was proposed that the building's three areas be used for different purposes. The north end could become an expanded art gallery which could also house the Anacortes Arts and Crafts Foundation permanent collection and provide space for touring shows. When closed, the Gallery could be used as classroom space for adult instruction in the arts. The central area could house railroad memorabilia. The sound end could be used for community theater, drama and concert presentations, social fund raisers, and other compatible activities. Other parts of the prospectus include: General Inform

Image of AA 2002.0130.003 - Origami crane flag

AA 2002.0130.003 - Origami crane flag

"Mark Morden's beautiful but melancholy United We Stand flag portrait was created after the Sept. 11 tragedy. Deeply symbolic in two cultures, it is comprised of 1,000 paper cranes." Photo ran with a story on page B2 of the January 30, 2002 ANACORTES AMERICAN.

Image of AA 2002.0130.004 - Origami Show

AA 2002.0130.004 - Origami Show

"Origami artist Giang Dinh's Three Owls reflect the insouciance and expertise apparent throughout the Origami exhibit now at The Gallery at the Depot, Seventh and R, through Feb. 24." Photo ran with a story on page B2 of the January 30, 2002 ANACORTES AMERICAN.