Pioneer Square Pioneer Square
Once a month, Seattleites flock to the streets in Pioneer Square for a chance to stroll, sip on booze, and attend as many art openings as possible at First Thursday. It's the city's central and oldest art walk, and takes place in a historic neighborhood known for its abundance of galleries. Wine and hobnobbing steal the scene for some, but at its core, it's an impressive communal unveiling of new artwork. In January, check out opening receptions for Katie Miller: Edifice, Andrew Wapinski's ice-melted canvases, Anthony White: Smoke and Mirrors, Brian Sanchez: Idle Urge, an exhibition of East European Printmakers, Henry Jackson-Spieker: Sight Lines, Joe Rudko: Same as it ever was, Kamryn Tulare: 100 Heads, Kara Mia Fenoglietto: Wallflower, the local artist-composed Escapism from LA, and porcelain objects by Sylwia Tur and Nicholas Nyland.
Pioneer Square, Seattle, Washington