Dave R. Davison

Originally from the tiny town of Clovis on the high plains of Eastern New Mexico, Dave R. Davison grew up in an Air Force family. A graduate of Clover Park High School, Dave worked for a time in warehouses, industrial facilities and art galleries. He returned to his studies at University of Washington where he earned degrees in International Studies, Comparative Religion and Art History. In addition to writing in several genres, Dave is a painter, sculptor, ceramicist and graphic designer. He is often seen walking his dog on Tacoma streets, especially on wet evenings.

Email: dave@tacomaweekly.com

3 November 2016

Art Gallery Round-up

Jason Sobottka
The Gallery at Tacoma Community College

Building 4, TCC campus, 6501 S. 19th St., Tacoma, WA
Nov. 9 to Dec. 16. Opening Reception Nov. 10, 4-6 p.m.

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Prepare to be dazzled, amazed, mystified and possibly befuddled by the wild, colorful and sparkly…

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27 October 2016

TLT’s ‘Dracula’ puts real bite in Halloween entertainment choices

For the first time in its 98-year history, Tacoma Little Theater is running a production of “Dracula.” The 1996 script, by Steven Dietz, hews closely to Bram Stoker's original 1897 novel. TLT's version of the story is a well crafted piece of theatrical art in which splendid acting, sumptuous sets, moody lighting, brooding…

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14 July 2016

B2 Fine Art hosts one last show in Tacoma

It is sad to report that Tacoma’s B2 Fine Art Gallery is departing from the City of Destiny in favor of finding greener pastures in the Emerald City to the north. Since 2010, B2 (“bee squared”) has exhibited work by a wide range or artists from emerging artists all the way up to nationally known artists like Aminah…

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14 July 2016

TMP’s ‘Mary Poppins’ is supercalifragilisticexpialidocious

Tacoma Musical Playhouse (TMP) is bringing the 22nd season of its main stage shows to a close with a well-crafted production of “Mary Poppins,” the musical story of the magical English nanny. “We’ve saved the best for last,” asserted John Douglas Rake, TMP’s managing artistic director who also directed and choreographed…

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