Nordstrom recently welcomed Memphis Milano, an exhibition and pop-up shop featuring a specially curated collection, including original furniture and decor pieces from the likes of Memphis icons Ettore Sottsass and Michele De Lucchi, alongside a curated gift shop. The exhibit is the brainchild of Olivia Kim, Nordstrom Vice President of Creative Projects.
Every first Thursday of each month all year, Seattle (and the surrounding area) celebrates art and history by offering free admission! Who doesn’t like doing things for free? Here’s a list that you can check out this Thursday, July 7th or next month on Thursday, August 4th, or every month after that. The Museum of Glass in Tacoma (worth the drive) is free the third Thursday of the month from 5:00 to 8:00 pm.
Our amazing city gets screen time in an alluring, new short film.
Of course we all know what a fantastic destination we live in, but now two local filmmakers want to ensure that the rest of the world gets in on the secret, too. In their community-funded short film “We Make Seattle,” Scott Berkun and Bryan Zug highlight why our beautiful city proves an ideal home for creative workers and entrepreneurs.
Often known for its coffee culture, seafood, and big technology names like Microsoft and Amazon, the city of Seattle also has a rich grassroots music and arts culture that creates a different kind of hometown pride amongst both locals and transplants that appreciate the Seattleite lifestyle.
Celebrating the Seattle community through art.
The Emerald City is a metropolis that is bursting with passion and appreciation for music and dance. Therefore, Seattleites are invited to attend the third annual Northwest Lovefest festival to celebrate the unification of community and love of art.
New arts events are opening across Seattle this spring.
Need a way to impress? We’ve got you covered. By Monday, your coworkers will marvel at how very cultured you are. In no particular order, the three best spring arts events you can see this weekend.