Come celebrate Good Days at Good Arts! All Summer long, various community events will be hosted by businesses within the fantastic Good Arts building in Pioneer Square. Our upcoming event in the series is with ’57 Biscayne!
Take a peek inside the creative spaces in ’57 Biscayne, a haven for artists in Seattle’s Pioneer Square.
This lively community of hardworking, friendly artists welcomes the public into their studios for festive open houses just a couple of times a year – and the next occasion is the June First Thursday Art Walk.
The open house is scheduled for 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Thursday, June 1, at ’57 Biscayne Artist Studios, 110 Cherry St. in Pioneer Square.
Be entertained by strolling musicians while you browse two floors of jewelry, paintings, prints, drawings, encaustics, tintype and analog photographs, mixed-media creations, ceramic and papier mâché sculptures, fiber arts, leatherwork, and more.
Explore inventive and surprising site-specific installations suspended from ceilings and tucked into corners throughout the building.
‘57 Biscayne is a collection of 28 creative workspaces in the Good Arts building, with a rich history entrenched in the arts. It has been home to a world-famous jazz club, an influential avant-garde theatre, a boxing gym, and the first gay and lesbian community center in Seattle.
Currently, the building is owned by the Good Arts LLC, which includes artists Jane Richlovsky, and Steve Coulter, Cherry Street Coffee House founder Ali Ghambari, developer Greg Smith, and Historic Seattle Public Development Authority, which manages the building and will steward its future as an arts hub.
For more information, visit https://57biscayne.com