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Artvocacy: Refugee Art Exhibit


A/NT Gallery Seattle Center
June 2–30, 2018, Tuesdays–Sundays


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Recommended by Emily Pothast

Founded in 1988 in a decommissioned Trailways bus terminal in Westlake, Art/Not Terminal spent 25 years in a space owned by Capitol Hill Housing before establishing its current home at Seattle Center in July 2016. Completely volunteer-staffed and sustained, the gallery's mission is to facilitate accessibility for both artists and patrons through non-juried exhibitions in which anyone—regardless of artistic training or sales history—is invited to hang artwork in a professional context. Each month, A/NT partners with a different nonprofit organization to create a context aimed at the cultivation of physical, mental, and emotional well-being through self-expression. In June, the gallery will be devoted to art that reflects the refugee experience.

A/NT Gallery

305 Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98109
Hours: Wed-Sun

Venue Hours
  • Wed-Sun
Event Times
This event is in the past.
  • June 2–30, 2018, Tuesdays–Sundays