America’s Oldest Art Walk
Seattle’s leading art galleries throw open their doors to introduce the best new artists in town.
Since the early 1960s, Pioneer Square’s Victorian storefronts and dusty upper floors have provided a haven for gallery owners and artists alike. Today, this artistic community is the center of Seattle’s art scene. You can be a part of it all the first Thursday of every month when the historic neighborhood comes alive from 6pm to 8pm.
The Art Walk in Pioneer Square is enhanced by the dozens of public art installations that can be found when walking between galleries. From the historic Native American Totem Poles in Occidental and Pioneer Square parks to the bright red “Sentinels” on guard outside the new Fire Station 10.