Where to experience Visual Art, Theater, Music, Dance, & Writing 


  • The Stranger Visual Arts events calendar : Find out what’s happening in the arts throughout the Seattle area.
  •  Hugo House is a place where people can read words, hear words, and make their own words better. Hugo House is a place for writers, with a concentrated focus on helping anyone who wants to write. We offer readings, classes, book launches, workshops, teen programs, consultations with professional writers, and much more.
  • Bellevue Fine Art- Artist Resources: If you’re like us, discovering and staying on top of art resources for selling, displaying and promoting your work is difficult. You will find a list of art resources, including some opportunities for displaying work, local art groups in Seattle, upcoming shows, and places to find art related services.
  • Seattle Art Museum: Check out what’s showing at SAM, the Olympic Sculpture Park and the Asian Art Museum.
  • The Frye Art Museum located on Seattle’s First Hill, first opened its doors in 1952 as the legacy of Charles and Emma Frye, prominent early-twentieth-century Seattle business leaders and art collectors. It remains a Free Public Art Museum as a 501(c)(3) private operating foundation, organized as a charitable non-profit corporation in Washington State.
  • Artist Trust offers professional development programs for artists across Washington State as well as brings together artists, supporters, community members, and arts-lovers to celebrate the work of artists in our region.
  • Pratt Fine Arts Center has a mission to foster a creative, inclusive art‐making community, providing access to quality education and professionally equipped studios for everyone. They promote the joy and transformative power of art and actively support the development of visual artists.They offer a wide variety of art classes and workshops.