Seattle hosts an incredible 13 neighborhood art walks – and now you can find them all in one place. Last month, City Councilmember Nick Licata launched Seattle Art Walks, a website designed to showcase Seattle’s unique and abundant art walks – from First Thursdays in Pioneer Square to Second Saturday Georgetown Art Attack to the annual Madison Park Art Walk on the shores of Lake Washington.
Other Seattle neighborhoods that sponsor art walks include Ballard, Upper Queen Anne, Belltown, West Seattle, Greenwood-Phinney, Wallingford, Capitol Hill, Central District, and Chinatown-International District.
The Seattle Art Walks website features a colorful graphical map of Seattle; visitors can click on individual neighborhood names for additional details on each art walk.
Art walk lovers might also want to download or pick up the Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs’ Public Art Map, which includes the locations of 160 diverse public artworks installed across downtown Seattle.