Pioneer Square Art Walk @ Pioneer Square

Time for your monthly art multi-vitamin 💊

📸: Humaira Abid’s “Fight Like a Girl,” previously featured at Greg Kucera Gallery

There are art walks up and down the region, from Burien to Edmonds, but the biggest one is in Seattle’s Pioneer Square neighborhood. It’s hailed as the longest-running art walk in the nation, and it goes down during the early evenings of every first Thursday of the month. The walks include everything from blue-chip art galleries like Greg Kucera Gallery to artist-run cooperatives like Soil. Bouncers won’t quiz you on postmodern sculpture at the door; someone will probably wear Tevas with socks. It’s Seattle. You can be casual.

When going on an art walk, consider checking out these galleries around the Pioneer Square neighborhood:

🖼 4Culture: 101 Prefontaine Place S
🖼 ARTS at King Street Station: 303 S. Jackson St, Top Floor
🖼 CoCA, Center on Contemporary Art: 114 3rd Ave S
🖼 Foster/White Gallery: 220 3rd Ave S
🖼 Greg Kucera Gallery: 212 3rd Ave S
🖼 J. Rinehart Gallery: 319 3rd Ave S
🖼 Method Gallery: 106 3rd Ave S
🖼 Pilchuck Glass School: 240 2nd Ave S
🖼 Soil: 112 3rd Ave S
👀 More here

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Jas Keimig

Jas Keimig is an arts and culture writer in Seattle. Their work has previously appeared in The Stranger, i-D, Netflix, and Feast Portland. They won a game show once and have a thing for stickers.