History Cascadia Art Museum

Cascadia Art Museum is the first museum dedicated to NW art from the late 19th century through the 1960s, defined by the waters that flow from the Cascade Mountains to the Pacific Ocean. With six galleries, a multi-purpose education room, gift shop, and event space, the 11,000 square foot museum is part of the adaptive re-use of one of Edmonds’ most iconic, mid-Modern century buildings.

Los Angeles Times Article, November 3, 2015

Staff members

Board President: Lindsey Echelbarger
Museum Curator: David Martin
Building Supervisor: Nate Hegerberg
Office Administrator: Kelley McConaughy

Volunteer staff

Volunteer Services Co-ordinator: Jim Clark
Accountant: Ann Wood
Museum Store Co-ordinator: Gwen Johnson

Volunteer positions