Pier 86 (Louis Dreyfus Corporation Grain Elevator) Queen Anne
Dec 7–9, 6–10 pm & Dec 14–21, 6–10 pm
Recommended by Jasmyne Keimig
Elliott Bay is getting lit. Like, literally. In what’s been called the largest and longest public video art exhibit ever in the Seattle area, Pier 86 Grain Terminal has been featuring projection art installations by Northwest artists that celebrate the waterfront’s history (Hexagon Misfit’s Chris Rojas and Craig Winslow are showing through December 21). The installation is visible from Centennial Park, Myrtle Edwards Park, Olympic Sculpture Park, Belltown, Queen Anne, West Seattle, and the ferries that glide across our beloved bay. There are only a few days left of its run, with the closing viewing party happening on December 21, from 6 to 8 pm, at the Expedia Group office. Come and celebrate our beautiful city’s history—and art!
955 Alaskan Way W, Seattle, WA 98119