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Free & open to the public Tuesday-Friday 10am-6pm + Saturday 1pm-5pm

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1010 Western Ave
Seattle, WA 98104

Current Exhibit:

July 7 – August 29
BOOM: Changing Seattle is a tribute to places lost, preserved and desired during moments of rapid development and growth in Seattle.  This multidisciplinary exhibition incorporates archival and recent photos, documents, and contemporary art to position history and memory as integral to innovation. BOOM locates Seattle’s contemporary technology industry and expansion of real estate development within the continuum of change, tracing back to settler-colon Read More

Visit

Free & open to the public Tuesday-Friday 10am-6pm + Saturday 1pm-5pm

Address

1010 Western Ave
Seattle, WA 98104

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exhibit:

BOOM: Changing Seattle

July 7 – August 29
BOOM: Changing Seattle is a tribute to places lost, preserved and desired during moments of rapid development and growth in Seattle.  This multidisciplinary exhibition incorporates archival and recent photos, documents, and contemporary art to position history and memory as Read More
Seattle waterfront at night
Image: Trevor Dykstra
event:

Why I-123 Doesn’t Add Up

Initiative 123, on the Seattle ballot in August 2016, would create a new mile-long elevated public park on Alaskan Way. AIA Seattle vigorously opposes I-123. Read More
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August 22 - August 26
For youth entering grades 5th – 8th, this hands-on summer camp experience will introduce participants to the ways architecture and design impact everything in our environment! Students will tour the Center, as well as buildings old and new at the Waterfront. Read More