SoCoCulture Exhibits

Inspired by Greatness

Kent Creates Online Gallery Now through 3/31/2022 Open to all mediums and projects, the Inspired By Greatness exhibit will award five winners with $200 honorariums. For this Kent Creates exhibit, the Kent Arts Commission encourages artists and creative minds to be... Read more...

Works by James Borchers and Mycah Higley

Centennial Center Gallery  Now through 2/25/2022 Artist James Borchers creates sound design, installation art, and visual art in general. Mycah Higley’s work is created using many different processes – including painting, multiple forms of printmaking,... Read more...

Heimta – Works by Cindy Small

Helen S. Smith Gallery 1/4 – 2/11/2022 virtually, and the exhibition will physically open to visitors beginning on 1/18/2022 Heimta is an Old Norse term meaning To fetch, gather, or glean. And it is the principle underlying this grouping of works by Cindy Small... Read more...

Life on the Rivers

Renton History Museum Now through 2/11/2022 Where was the Black River?! Life on the Rivers uses historic photos and maps to bring Renton’s former landscape to life. The exhibit explores the day-to-day lives of Rentonites for whom the Black and Cedar Rivers were a... Read more...

2021 Brain Injury Art Show

Renton History Museum Now through 2/11/2022 In 2014 Seattleite Erline Alston suffered a hemorrhagic stroke. A year later she reluctantly accepted a friend’s invitation to an arts and crafts party, because, she said, “I don’t like to create art!” Accepting the... Read more...

Robert Morris’ Untitled Earthwork Exhibit

SeaTac City Hall Now through 2/2022 Robert Morris’ Untitled Earthwork in SeaTac is a Land Art First for the National Register of Historic Places. This exhibit was produced by the Highline Heritage Museum and funded by the City of SeaTac and with support from... Read more...

Stone Images XI Exhibition

Pacific Bonsai Museum Dates: 11/2/2021 – 1/9/2022 Stones are shaped by water, wind, sand, and ice but what we see in them is shaped by our minds. A bit like cloud watching, viewing stones is an art of the imagination, in which we can see mountains, figures,... Read more...

Phillip Levine – Expressing Human Figure

Highline Heritage Museum Now through 1/30/2022 Noted throughout the region for his art in public places, longtime Burien resident and sculptor Phillip Levine passed away this past September. But before he died, he had participated in selecting the 21 sculptures and 35... 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...

Works by J. Gordon and Lance McMullen

Kent Centennial Gallery Artist, professor, and curator J. Gordon works primarily with graphite, drawing expressive and ghostly portraits of other species. ” I find it fascinating to think about the consciousness of other fauna. How their environment shapes them,... 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...