Never has so much looked so good in such a tiny, ugly room. This is a group show of some of Seattle's greats (Gretchen Bennett, Jeffry Mitchell) in modest miniature, organized by artist Matthew Offenbacher, who basically turned the back room at Howard House into a rapturously lit UNESCO World Heritage Site. The bits are like fragments from a lost civilization: Jenny Heishman's foamy lion, Offenbacher's coituslike Narcissus ashtray, Bennett's achingly degraded drawing of a disco ball. (Howard House, 604 Second Ave, 256-6399. 10:30 am–5 pm, free.)