SoCoCulture Exhibits

Hometown Teams – How Sports Shape America

Renton History Museum Now through 10/2/2020 Hometown Teams examines the many roles that sports play in American society. Hometown sports are more than just games–they shape our lives. They unite us and celebrate who we are as Americans. We play on ball fields and... Read more...

The Village of Light

Highline Heritage Museum The Museum is presenting these light up artworks in its Window Case along 152nd Avenue in Burien. Come by and see. Artist Statement – Denise Henrikson The Village of Light emerged from this time of COVID.  I didn’t intend to create a... Read more...

Fiber Installation by Margaret Byrd

Art on Main Gallery Dates: 7/18 – 10/4/2020 Installation artist Margaret Byrd has created a colorful and kinetic abaca fiber installation for the City of Auburn. This particular adaptation of Swizzle Sticks is comprised of approximately 450 abaca ‘swirls’... Read more...

Angle Lake Station

SeaTac City Hall Gallery This exhibit was curated by the Highline Heritage Museum and is about the new Angle Lake Light Rail Station located on S 200th Street, one block west of Highway 99 in SeaTac. It includes a discussion of some of the challenges that are... Read more...

Art on Poverty Bay

Des Moines Outdoor sculpture gallery. Locations at Redondo Beach and Marina District. Map at www.desmoinesartscommission.com. Read more...

Auburn Downtown Sculpture Gallery

Auburn Parks, Arts and Recreation Auburn’s Downtown Sculpture Gallery Program, now in its eighth year, exhibits sculptures on loan from talented regional artists and displays them for all to experience. The sculptures become an integral part of the downtown... Read more...

The Story of RSBG

Rhododendron Species Botanical Garden Permanent exhibit Five new interpretive panels have been installed at the RSBG, giving a quick illustrated introduction to the mission of the Garden. They tell the exciting story of the purpose and adventure of the plant... Read more...

Maple Valley Historical Museums

Maple Valley Historical Society First Saturday of every month The Maple Valley Historical Society operates three museums: the top floor of the Old Grade School at 23015 SE 216th Way; and the Fire Engine Museum and Gibbon/Mezzavilla Store Museum at 22012 SE 248th... Read more...