Venue Details

Seattle Center - Exhibition Hall
Mercer St and 3rd Ave N 301 Mercer St Seattle, WA 98109
206-684-7200
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3.4 / 5 Rated by 28 members
Review from Goldstar Member
Red Velvet 2 events 1 review

We really enjoyed the selection of art and atmosphere. It was nice to have 50 galleries showing the works they were most proud of. Pricing was also reasonable as well with some expensive work but appropriately so.

reviewed Nov 07 2013 report as inappropriate
Review from WahJ
96 events 41 reviews

Not sure who could afford the art displayed. Certainly not me. Wasn't crazy about the art I saw.

reviewed Nov 10 2012 report as inappropriate
Review from The Fat Man
13 events 13 reviews

The only real plus was that there were no children at this event.

We're certainly glad we didn't pay full price and the Goldstar service fee was a total waste of resources. ("Free" really should be free)

I see more creative works of art...continued

reviewed Nov 09 2012 report as inappropriate
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Children’s activities run Saturday and Sunday at 11:30am and last from 30-45 minutes.

Description

Along with the opportunity to browse and buy the art, guests are welcome to participate in a jam-packed schedule of workshops, lectures and guided tours. Kids can let their imaginations run wild with special children’s activities hosted by The Junior League of Seattle each weekend morning of the fair. Adults can learn about Art Display 101 with Artech Fine Art Services, hear from notable Seattle artist Whiting Tennis about his practice, learn about how Jean Bradbury, another Seattle-based artist has been helping Syrian refugees with her project, Studio Syria, or sit down for a curator talk with Sharon Arnold of LxWxH Gallery, who has chosen this year’s artists for the Recent Graduates Exhibition.

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