SoCoCulture Exhibits

Celebrate Jazz: Jackson Street after Hours

Historical Society of Federal Way Through 2/24/2017 This exhibit features musical luminaries including Ernestine Anderson, Jimi Hendrix and R.C. Robinson, later known as Ray Charles. It will be on display at the Steel Lake Annex Museum through Friday, February 24,... Read more...

Love Wins

Burien Arts Pop-Up Mobile Gallery This show represents the first exhibit of photos by the Artful Activists of the Backbone Campaign – photographers and artists Jeff Dunnicliff, Denise Henrikson, Lisa Marcus, and Laura Daughenbaugh.  The photos feature ordinary... Read more...

Stone Images VIII

Pacific Bonsai Museum Dates: 2/18 – 3/26/2017 Stone Images VIII features the twenty best stones from the past seven Stone Images exhibits. Since the first show in 2010, over 250 different viewing stones have been displayed from all over the Pacific Rim,... Read more...

Encaustic works by Mary Ann Cagley and Kari Westphal

Centennial Center Gallery Now through 2/27/2017 Artists Mary Ann Cagley and Kari Westphal create with bee’s wax, a medium known as encaustic. Please visit KentArts.org for more information about the artists and their work. The Centennial Center Gallery is located... Read more...

Photography by Robert Chism

Auburn City Hall Gallery Dates: 1/26-3/9/2017 As an artist, Robert Chism is very inspired by cinematography and his photographic work captures dramatic moments and breath-taking scenery. The City of Auburn and the Auburn Arts Commission are pleased to present the work... Read more...

Works by Dan Schlitzkus

Auburn Community Center Gallery Dates: 1/26 – 3/9/2017 The City of Auburn and the Auburn Arts Commission are pleased to present the work of Dan Schlitzkus at the Community Center Gallery, 910 9th Street SE, Auburn. Dan Schlitzkus is a professional illustrator... Read more...

Works by Rebecca Adams and Lynn Kopelke

Cheryl Sallee Gallery Dates: 1/9 – 2/24/2017 With vivid color and creative composition, Rebecca Adams creates paintings that explore “patterns in chaos, humor in the absurd, the human impact on the natural world, and personal experiences.” Lynn... Read more...

Women at Work: Uniforms and Work Wear, 1810-1910

White River Valley Museum Exhibition dates: 1/18 – 6/18/2017 Professional women of the early and mid-1900s followed dreams and necessity to pursue careers and work that was often outside the norm—and that came with a price. Held to different standards, which are... Read more...

Works by Danny Bobrow and Alex Trapp

Burien Arts Mobile Gallery Through 2/28/2017 The detailed drawings of Danny Bobrow and plein air paintings of Alex Trapp are the first works to be featured in the Burien Arts’ reconceived Mobile Gallery. Art surrounded Danny Bobrow from an early age. On the... Read more...

Fiber Grass

Art on Main Now through 2/28/2017 The City of Auburn in pleased to announce its newest art space: “Art on Main” is a window space miniature-gallery, located at street level on Main Street in the One Main building.  The space will host a rotating roster of art... Read more...

Auburn Downtown Sculpture Gallery

Through 12/1/2017 Auburn’s 2016/17 Downtown Sculpture Gallery is installed and showcasing 9 unique sculptures from artist throughout the region. The sculptures were selected through a competitive application process, and the artwork is on temporary loan to the... 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...