The 2013 Neddy at Cornish: Work from all eight nominees for the 2013 Neddy Awards in one room. Free.
2nd Amendment: A Visual Dialogue: Gun collectors, gun rejectors, and those who fall in the middle plead their cases in art. Free.
Alden Mason is a retrospective of the recently departed local legend's work, curated by his former student Greg Kucera of Greg Kucera Gallery and Phen Huang of Foster/White. Free.
Alfredo Arreguin: dizzyingly intricate and brilliantly colored oil paintings from Michoacan-born, Seattle-based Alfredo Arreguin. Free.
Artful Reproductions: The permanent collection is full of treasures to be discovered for a first time or rediscovered anew. The wall of diminutive snuffboxes—each one delicately painted with a scene that draws you into its tiny alternate reality—is in itself enough to warrant multiple visits. $7 suggested.
Opdahl comes to visit all the way from Norway to discuss his show, Mood Paintings of the North. free with admission.
UW MFA student Rebecca Chernow invites discussion about her Test Site project, Small Change, as well as connected topics like economies and labor in the arts. free with admission.
): The Genius Award-winning art collaborative/band of troublemakers known for shutting down the 520 bridge with a floating “desert island” discuss their sculpture exhibition and who knows what else. Free.
Artistides Atelier Thesis Exhibition: Graduates Bobby di Trani and Stephanie K. Johnson present work completed in their final year at Gage. Free.
Seattle's oldest non-profit gallery is always recruiting. Artists who pay the monthly hanging fee may display their work in this non-juried, all-volunteer space.
Barb Campell and Javier Cervantes: Functional and sculptural ceramics. Free.
BASED: Fucked up anti-glam from the #TRACKSTARS duo, Dylan Neuwirth and Jeff Gerber. Free.
Bill Baber & Stacie Chappell: Emotional paintings from Chappell and paintings, textiles, and wall sculptures from Baber. Free.
Bill Baber and Stacie Chappell present mixed media and paintings, respectively. Free.