Seattle is a picturesque city with scenic views everywhere you look, especially in the winter. As the temperature drops, locals and visitors put on their coats and set out about the eccentric town near Puget Sound.
Artwork FAS is proud to provide installation services and more to this creative hub. As the chilly weather rolls in and the snow begins to cover the ground, people are on the search for fun indoor activities. We’ve gathered some fun winter activities where you can stay warm and enjoy what the Emerald City art scene has to offer. Check out our list of activities below and start exploring!
Dive into Culture at the Seattle Art Museum
The Seattle Art Museum is located in the heart of the city and is one block from Pike Place Market. Find global art collections, temporary installations, and special exhibitions from around the world, bridging cultures and centuries. This educational institution offers a connection to people, history, and culture. An upcoming exhibition we’re looking forward to is Imogen Cunningham: A Retrospective, showcasing the work of a photographer pushing the boundaries for both women and photography within fine art.
Note that Seattle Art Museum guests 12 and older will be required to show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test starting October 25th, 2021. Get more details here.
Explore Bold Style at the Henry Art Gallery
The Henry Art Gallery is located on the University of Washington campus. Your search for a thought-provoking experience doesn’t have to be far from campus if you live nearby or in the dorms! The Henry provides a platform for forward-thinking artists to experiment, get inspired, and generate new work. If you like bold and challenging exhibitions or enjoy pushing the boundaries of contemporary art and culture, this gallery is the perfect winter activity. View the Henry’s health and safety protocols before your visit.
Engage in Contemporary Art Frye Art Museum
Do you love the Emerald City? While in First Hill, enjoy Seattle’s evolving identity through exhibitions, programs, and community engagement at the Frye Art Museum. The museum showcases local and global artists who explore issues of our time – and admission is free. You will find exhibitions such as Duane Linklater: mymothersside and Recent Acquisitions in Contemporary Art – both of which are on display now through January 2022. Get more details so you can plan your visit to the Frye Art Museum.
Discover Seattle Artists at the Linda Hodges Gallery
Stay warm in the Pioneer Square district in Seattle at the Linda Hodges Gallery. From painting to sculpture to photography, this gallery is a charming place to spend an afternoon. Visiting the gallery is a great way to add a splash of color and vibrant atmosphere to your day through the artwork of Seattle artist Sue Danielson, whose work is currently on display. After you enjoy artwork from talented artists near Seattle’s waterfront, make your way to the historic district to have lunch or pop into the area’s unique boutiques.
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For nearly 30 years, Art Work Fine Art Services has served as the trusted logistics partner to some of America’s most highly-regarded museums, galleries, collectors, and artists. We specialize in expert and custom solutions for domestic and international shipping, warehousing, and preservation of artwork.
Our team is made up of passionate experts in many mediums, including design, painting, printmaking, carpentry, photography, and sculpture. Art Work FAS offers services in Portland and Seattle, in addition to California’s Bay Area and Silicon Valley, Los Angeles, New York City, and across the Rocky Mountains.
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