Every month, local artists and merchants join to support the city’s art scene with community events known as Art Walks. These Art Walks offer a free and easy opportunity to enjoy the arts in neighborhoods across the city, and by bringing the community together, they support both Seattle’s talented artists and small businesses. The First Thursday Art Walk in Pioneer Square (started in 1981) was in fact the first in the nation, and set the stage for over a dozen Art Walks now held regularly throughout the city.
Neighborhood Art Walks
Ballard (3rd Thursdays )
Beacon Hill (Annually)
Belltown (2nd Fridays)
Capitol Hill (2nd Thursdays)
Central District (2nd Saturdays)
Chinatown/I.D. (3rd Thursdays in summer)
Fremont (1st Fridays)
Georgetown (2nd Saturdays)
Phinney/Greenwood (2nd Fridays)
Pike Place Summer Art Walk (1st Thursdays, June –September)
Pioneer Square (1st Thursdays)
Queen Anne/Uptown (3rd Thursdays)
University District (3rd Fridays)
Wallingford (2nd Wednesdays, May -September)
West Seattle (2nd Thursdays)
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Find Art in your Neighborhood
Temporary Public Art Projects
Browse the Collection
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In our Galleries
City Hall Gallery currently features Architecture of the Pacific Northwest – a playing card artwork project. The exhibition, running through February 28, showcases the artistry and creativity of Seattle architects who design the Pacific Northwest’s built environment, while bringing together the architecture community in a unique way.
The Seattle Municipal Tower Gallery now features Your Body of Water Part I, an exhibition drawn from a recent purchase of 33 artworks by 31 artists from the Pacific Northwest for the Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) portable works collection. The exhibition aims to visually explore our connections to water and how it is protected and cared for by SPU.
Paradise Under Reconstruction in the Aesthetic of Funk: A Quantum Leap, Starting From The Top…!!!Thru February 10, 2017 at Seattle Presents Gallery in the Seattle Municipal TowerOpen Wednesdays and Thursdays from 12 – 2 p.m. and by appointment
The Ethnic Heritage Art Gallery features the exhibition An Utterance Ineffable by Seattle-area artist Vikram Madan. The exhibition features 15 acrylic paintings that are influenced by narrative folk and expressionist art that Madan encountered while growing up in India.