It does not matter if you are looking to purchase a piece of art or just enjoy looking at different works of art, many galleries in America offer a place to explore and experience fabulous works of art in person.
If you like interesting art, visiting with artists, wandering through neighborhoods, museums and cafés, an Art Walk is a great activity, no matter what time of year.
It’s time to celebrate Scandinavia, emerging artists, great jazz, holidays and arts and crafts! Whether you want to shop, eat, create or admire, there’s something for you just a short drive from Seattle!
Check out these fantastic pieces of art that fill in almost every nook and cranny of Seattle — from beneath the bridge to museum waypoints and even to the very sidewalks themselves.
Local Artists, Jewelers, Fabric Artists, Papercrafters, Collectors, Crafters and More are converging on the Maple Leaf neighborhood of Seattle for its first local Pop-Up Market on Sunday, August 19.
When the weather gets sunny, the Seattle musicians turn out for some amazing music and lots of free concerts! Bring the kids, your lawn chairs and a snack or a sack lunch! Here’s where you can be entertained in Seattle this summer, even on your lunch break!
SeaTac Airport is honored for its on-time performance on the same day the airport is announcing a new music initiative, bringing the best of the NW artists and bands into the airport. No more elevator music in Seattle! You’ll be entertained by Quincy Jones, Heart, Nirvana and more!
A boiled down definition of Fair Trade means farmers and artisans in other countries outside the US are able to get a higher price for their products on the market and their workers receive a better wage. With the ability to find baskets, jewelry, home goods, clothing, art, toys and gifts, not to mention coffee and chocolate at Fair Trade stores, here are some of our favorite places for purchasing Fair Trade in Seattle.
Come to Pike Place this weekend to see local artisans’ work, enjoy food samples, face painting, trunk shows, live music and more at Ventures.
It’s two days and eleven studios and galleries showing a variety of gorgeous art from local artists on San Juan Island.