Join in on one of Seattle's biggest art walks this weekend

Dec 12 2019, 10:43 am

The artsy district of Georgetown always has something cool going down, and this weekend it’s the Georgetown Art Attack, a bi-weekly art crawl that happens to be going festive this Saturday.

Begin your walk on December 14 by watching a show and then strolling through the numerous galleries before finally hitting up roasted chestnuts on Angelo Street at the San Gennaro Foundation.

The neighborhood art walk visits an array of industrial, contemporary visual and performing arts and artists throughout Georgetown, and will open your eyes to the works of over 15 studios and dozens of artists.

 

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The walk also makes stops at breweries and will be showcasing the 13th Anniversary Show of Krampus Kristmas at Fantagraphics Bookstore and Gallery.

If you don’t feel like walking through the neighborhood, hop on the Art Van — a free shuttle that runs every 15 minutes, guiding guests to each artsy destination. The shuttle is the perfect ride for those who are hoping to catch a drink at each brewery stop.

A map of the Art Attack route is detailed below.

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Georgetown Art Attack

Some of the galleries included on the December 14 walk include:

  • Fantagraphics Bookstore and Gallery
  • All City Coffee
  • Johansson Art Galley
  • The Hamilton Building
  • Oxbow
  • Palace Theater and Art Bar
  • Georgetown Trailer Park Mall
  • Georgetown Arts and Cultural Center
  • Illumination Studio #305
  • Side Rail Collective
  • Fogue Studios and Gallery
  • Studio e
  • Gage Academy
  • Equinox Studios
  • The San Gennaro Foundation

Festive Holiday Edition of Georgetown Art Attack

When: Saturday, December 14, 2019
Time: 6 to 9 pm
Where: Various locations around Georgetown
Admission: Free