ARTS

Greg Kucera Gallery

Greg Kucera Gallery

212 3rd Ave S

Contemporary art gallery in Seattle exhibiting artists for 32 years.

Impact HUB Seattle

Impact HUB Seattle

220 2nd Avenue S

Impact Hub Seattle is a co-working space, events space, and launch pad for purpose-driven ventures that create more value than they capture. We are located in the historic Pioneer Square landmark, 220 & Change.

IN BLOOM SALON AND GALLERY

IN BLOOM SALON AND GALLERY

101 Cherry Street

IN BLOOM is a boutique hair salon with stylist that specialize in both color and hair cutting. We are also a gallery for local artists.

James Harris Gallery

James Harris Gallery

604 2nd Ave

The gallery focuses on contemporary painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, video and installation.

Last Resort Fire Department Museum

Last Resort Fire Department Museum

301 2nd Ave S

On July 12th, 2008, in conjunction with the 2008 Pioneer Square Fire Festival, a new fire museum was created in Seattle when the Last Resort Fire Department moved a portion of its collection of apparatus and artifacts into Seattle Fire Department Headquarters in the heart of Seattle’s Pioneer Square.  The station, built in 1928, is a four-story, ten-bay facility, that for eighty years, had been the home of both Seattle Fire Department Headquarters and Fire Station #10.

Linda Hodges Gallery

Linda Hodges Gallery

316 1ST AVE S

Founded in 1983, Linda Hodges Gallery is located in the historic Pioneer Square district of Seattle. The gallery principally represents prominent West Coast and nationally established artists, with an emphasis on painting, sculpture, and photography. Linda Hodges has over 30 years of experience advising corporate and private clients in the acquisition of fine art. Gallery Director Dale Cotton has a background in fine art, photography, and book publishing.

Mariane Ibrahim

Mariane Ibrahim

608 Second Avenue

M.I.A Gallery (Mariane Ibrahim Abdi Gallery) was founded in 2012 in Seattle and is dedicated to selecting established as well as emerging contemporary artists ...

Martyr Sauce

Martyr Sauce

102 S Jackson St

Martyr Sauce is excited to announce that we’ve expanded our gallery space underground! Our NEW location is on the corner of 1st and S. Jackson Street!

Method Gallery

Method Gallery

106 3RD AVE S

METHOD exhibits art that is experimental, forward-thinking, unconventional, and predominantly based in sculpture, installation, new media, or performance.

Mornin Noonan Night Studios

Mornin Noonan Night Studios

312 S Washington Street 2B

Nightjar

Nightjar

407 2nd Avenue Ext S

In 1889, the Bellotti building began construction in the ashes of the structure that was destroyed in the Great Fire.

In 1937, after the Great Earthquake, Joe Bellotti opened the Double Header, which would metamorphisize into the country’s first and oldest gay bar featuring live music, drag, and burlesque. Double Header closed in December 2015.

Non-Breaking Space Gallery

Non-Breaking Space Gallery

532 1st Avenue S

Non-Breaking Space is a non-profit gallery by Civilization devoted to showcasing important works of graphic design

Not Quite Ready Yet

Not Quite Ready Yet

108 Cherry Street

Art Studio / Gallery

OK Hotel Art Gallery

OK Hotel Art Gallery

212 Alaskan Way South

A non-profit, community gallery, featuring local artists, from all skill levels open monthly for Pioneer Square’s First Thursday Art Walk.

Path with Art

Path with Art

312 2nd Ave S

Path with Art is a non-profit arts organization and gallery.

Pilchuck Glass School

Pilchuck Glass School

240 2nd Ave S

Pilchuck Glass School fosters and educates a worldwide community that explores the creative use of glass in art and design through courses, residencies and exhibitions.

Sam Day Studio & Gallery

Sam Day Studio & Gallery

79 S MAIN ST

Sam Day Studio & Gallery is the working studio of illustrator and artist Sam Day, whose paintings permanently share space with the rotating exhibits in the main gallery.

Shift Gallery

Shift Gallery

312 1st Avenue S

Shift is an artist-run gallery that opened in December 2004 in the renovated Tashiro-Kaplan arts complex; an artist live/work building in the Pioneer Square district of Seattle.

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