A SEVEN-DAY CELEBRATION, JANUARY 23-29
In the coldest depths of winter, we're bringing light, color and fun to the month of January by illuminating the artists whose creations contribute to the dazzling vibrancy of the Market community, year round. With more than 220 working artists, along with two dozen art galleries and shops, there's days of art to explore!
Get a glimpse of the depth and breadth of art on display and meet the artists, through video portraits. Discover the galleries and find artsts at work in their studios with handy, downloadable pocket guides.
Join us for an exciting evening of art and conversation on January 26, when artists Clare Dohna and John Fleming provide a sneak peak to their upcoming public artworks, Northwest Microcosm and Western Tapestry. Both works will be installed in the Market this spring. Event Info
Featured Artist Video Portraits
Get a boost of color each day from January 23-29 with a new 30-second video spotlighting some of the Market's many talented artists.
Art and Conversation
JANUARY 26, 5:30-7 PM
Join us for a evening of art and conversation on Thursday, January 26 emceed by Nancy Guppy (Host/Producer of Seattle Channel's Art Zone). Former Pike Place craftsperson Clare Dohna and local artist John Fleming give us a peek into their future public artworks to be installed in the Market this spring. Susan Lane, longtime Friends of the Market member and former Market Historical Commission chair, will highlight significant public art works within the Market and the stories behind them. This event is free and open to the public and will take place in the Atrium Loft in the Economy Building, from 5:30-7 pm.
Pocket Walking Guides
Follow one of our handy maps to discover a diverse array of artistic creations throughout Pike Place Market.
This week and beyond, follow Pike Place Market on social media through the hashtag #IlluminatePikePlace.