Seattle Galleries

No art tour of Seattle is complete without a visit to these three galleries.

Seattle’s new Wa Na Wari is making a big impact.
Seattle’s new Wa Na Wari is making a big impact.


This new kid on the block is a collaboratively curated space for exhibitions, artist talks, and performances that primarily champions the work of black contemporary artists. 911 24th Ave., Seattle,

Henry Art Gallery in Seattle.
Take in an impressively diverse collection at the Henry Art Gallery in Seattle.


The University of Washington’s Henry Art Gallery consists of more than 28,500 objects, from sculpture and paintings to costumes and textiles. 15th Ave. NE and NE 41st St., University of Washington, Seattle,

Method in Seattle.
Seattle’s Method features boundary-pushing artwork.


Known for their appreciation of quirky materials and concepts, the artists of Method seek to engage the Pioneer Square community in nontraditional aesthetics you won’t see in commercial galleries. 106 3rd Ave. S., Seattle,

Ashley Stull Meyers is a writer, editor, and curator.
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