The city lit up its Island Lanterns community art project starting on Feb. 12. Girl Scout Cadet Troop 44295/45358 linked up with the city, Mercer Island Visual Arts League, Mercer Island Chinese Association, Mercer Island Arts Council and the Mercer Island High School Art Club to the bring the project to life through a 4Culture grant. Photo courtesy of Carol Whitaker

The city lit up its Island Lanterns community art project starting on Feb. 12. Girl Scout Cadet Troop 44295/45358 linked up with the city, Mercer Island Visual Arts League, Mercer Island Chinese Association, Mercer Island Arts Council and the Mercer Island High School Art Club to the bring the project to life through a 4Culture grant. Photo courtesy of Carol Whitaker

Lanterns light up the Island

  • Wednesday, February 24, 2021 10:33am
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Top: The city lit up its Island Lanterns community art project starting on Feb. 12. Girl Scout Cadet Troop 44295/45358 linked up with the city, Mercer Island Visual Arts League, Mercer Island Chinese Association, Mercer Island Arts Council and the Mercer Island High School Art Club to the bring the project to life through a 4Culture grant. Photo courtesy of Carol Whitaker

Below: Island Lanterns participants have filled parts of the city with their colorful, ingenious and lighted outdoor lanterns. Photo courtesy of Claudia Zimmerman

Island Lanterns participants have filled parts of the city with their colorful, ingenious and lighted outdoor lanterns. Photo courtesy of Claudia Zimmerman

Island Lanterns participants have filled parts of the city with their colorful, ingenious and lighted outdoor lanterns. Photo courtesy of Claudia Zimmerman




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