SoCoCulture Exhibits

Like Mother

White River Valley Museum Now through 12/30/2022 How are you like your mother? In what ways do you wish you were not like your mother? Like Mother is an exhibit that explores these questions and more through the works of Northwest artists. Curated by local artist and... Read more...

Hot Air Ballooning

Highline Heritage Museum Through 7/2022 See special artifacts from the private collection of a local ballooning enthusiast. At the Highline Heritage Museum, located at 819 SW 152nd Street in Burien. Read more...

Emergence

Highline Heritage Museum Now through 8/2022 This exhibit of new paintings by Esther Loopstra is sponsored by the Burien Arts Association and on display at the Highline Heritage Museum, located at 819 SW 152nd Street in Burien. For open hours, visit... Read more...

Pride Flags

Highline Heritage Museum Now through 8/2022 Pride flags are symbols of identity, hope and protest. See this windowfront display, visible 24/7 from the street at the Highline Heritage Museum, 819 SW 152nd Street, Burien. Read more...

Kent Summer Art Exhibit

Centennial Center Gallery Now through 8/18/2022 Gallery hours are Monday – Friday from 8 AM – 5 PM. Please note that the Centennial Center is closed all major holidays. Exhibiting Artists: John Armstrong Leslie Barber Jacqueline Bellows Greta Burco Melissa... Read more...

Green River College’s Annual Student Exhibition

Online and on the Green River College campus Now through 8/8/2022 Visit the Helen S. Smith Gallery website to see this student exhibit and also find a walking map to spotlight student work around campus. (Pictured here: Finished Painting 1, one of the works available... Read more...

Biennial Lab Tech Exhibition

Helen S. Smith Gallery Now through 8/8/2022 The Biennial Lab Tech Exhibition features the work of Green River College’s esteemed support colleagues in the visual arts: Heather Cornelius, Aaron Hartzell, and Devon Urquhart. Expertise and guidance shared with... Read more...

Who ARE We?

Historical Society of Federal Way Dates: 6/4-9/20/2022 Washington State Archives and the Historical Society of Federal Way feature extraordinary Wahsingtonians and also some of Federal Way’s outstanding residents — Federal Way Chief of Police Andy Hwang,... Read more...

Works by Anthony Heinz May

Auburn Community Center Gallery Now through 7/6/2022 Anthony Heinz May creates multifaceted works of art drawing upon inspiration found in both natural and human-constructed environments. He uses “traditional methodologies rooted in abstracted rhythmic patterns found... Read more...

Flowers Exhibit – Rose Guastella

Cheryl Sallee Gallery Dates: Now through 7/7/2022 The City of Auburn and the Auburn Arts Commission are pleased to present the work of Rose Guastella at the Cheryl Sallee Gallery, on view May 4 – July 7, 2022. Artist Rose Guastella’s journey as an artist has been a... Read more...

Works by Misook Jung and Alex Kamola

Auburn City Hall Gallery Now through 7/6/2022 The City of Auburn and the Auburn Arts Commission are pleased to present the work of Misook Jung and Alex Kamola in a joint exhibition at the City Hall Gallery, located at 25 W Main Street, Auburn. Local ceramicist Alex... Read more...

With This Ring

Renton History Museum Dates: Now through October, 2022 With This Ring is a historical look at marriage in Renton in all its richness, from finding a partner to weddings to working partnerships to same-sex unions. Using objects and photos from our colleciton, including... Read more...

Auburn 2021-22 Downtown Sculpture Gallery

City of Auburn Now through Summer of 2022 The City of Auburn’s 2020-2022 Downtown Sculpture Gallery showcases ten outdoor sculptures of various sizes, types and mediums. Primarily located along Main Street, the sculpture gallery changes annually providing... Read more...

What Difference Do Renton Women Make

Renton History Museum In honor of the centennial of national women’s suffrage in 2020, “What Difference Do Renton Women Make?” is an online exhibit that explores the contributions that Renton women have made to the city’s history. Made possible by a grant... Read more...

Black in the Valley

White River Valley Museum This virtual exhibit covers the early history of black people in the White River Valley, from 1830 to 1970. Visit www.wrvmuseum.org/exhibits-entry/2021/2/9/black-in-the-valley  to learn more. 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...
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