During December'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. Before 10 pm the weather doesn't look too grim, and at least you'll have liquid layers to keep you warm. This month, don't miss Jen Graves's picks: Christine Babic's When She Dies, You Too Will Die at CoCA, Deborah Faye Lawrence's Open Carry at 4Culture, Jean Claude Moschetti's Parallel Worlds at Mariane Ibrahim Gallery, work by Jeffrey Simmons and Mark Calderon at Greg Kucera Gallery, Dick Weiss's Up and At 'em and Paul Marioni's Maybe at Traver Gallery, Kiss Fear at BONFIRE, A. Codd's Based on a True Story at Ebbets Field Flannels, Christopher Shaw's The Tea Library III at ArtXchange, For Whom the Bell Tolls by JD Banke and Lora Baize at Glassbox Gallery, Sarah McRae Morton's Mapping Stars at Noon at Foster/White Gallery, and last but not least, the innovative and collaborative Bureau of Arts & Culture at King Street Station. See our First Thursday calendar for a complete list of openings and recommended shows, and see 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