Art Walks

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 (2nd Saturdays)

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)

Green Lake

Magnolia (last Saturdays in varying months for 2018)

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)