During January's edition of the city's oldest art walk, look forward to gallery openings, free booze, and the opportunity to mingle with other artsy folks in Pioneer Square. This month, don't miss Jen Graves's picks: David Jaewon Oh's depictions of women fighters in Combatants, James Martin's colorful and disorienting Lion Around, It Seemed Endless by painter and sculptor Jeff Gerber, Juventino Aranda's well-deserved and exciting exhibit Weed the Lawn and Feed the Roses, devoted abstractionist Michael Knutson's Symmetrical Fields, work by sculptor Richard Rezac and painter Julia Fish, sculptor Christopher Shaw and performance artist Red Square's The Tea Library III, and Kiss Fear, a collaboration by poet Daemond Arrindell and artists Mary Coss and Holly Ballard Martz. See our First Thursday calendar for a complete list of openings and recommended shows, and check out our mobile-friendly map below. Note: Click on the square icon on the upper right-hand corner of the map (or follow this link) to open it in Google Maps on your phone.
Pioneer Square, Seattle, Washington