Arts & Culture

Seattle Arts: The unconventional intersection of culture, fun, and quirkiness.

Seattle’s reputation is one of a great arts city, and while we are rich in classics like Opera, Ballet and Symphony, the creative community also has a a reputation for innovation and new approaches. For instance, the public art collection features more than 400 works that enliven public spaces like parks, bridges, and streets. Public art program artists design everything from building components to manhole covers. And Seattle isn’t just known for visual art. After all, this is home to Nirvana and Pearl Jam. Our Seattle Symphony Orchestra stays on trend with adventurous contemporary works. The Pacific Northwest Ballet embraces current choreographers that explore new expression in dance, and Seattle boasts more than 140 producing theatre companies.  As the cultural center of the Northwest, Seattle’s arts scene offers something for everyone.

Arts & Culture Partners

Museum of Glass

  • Address 1801 Dock St, Tacoma WA 98402
  • Phone (253) 396-1768
  • Website museumofglass.org

Showbox Market

  • Address 1426 First Ave, Seattle WA 98101
  • Phone (206) 628-0221
  • Website showboxonline.com

Museum of History & Industry (MOHAI)

  • Address 860 Terry Ave N, Seattle WA 98109
  • Neighborhood South Lake Union
  • Phone (206) 324-1126
  • Website mohai.org

Earshot Jazz Festival

  • Address 3429 Fremont Pl N, Ste 309, Seattle WA 98103
  • Phone (206) 547-6763
  • Website earshot.org

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