MKG Martial Arts 111 4th Ave N, Edmonds, WA98020 MKG Martial Arts is located in downtown Edmonds and offers a variety of martial arts classes, including Body Sculpt,…More Lil' Ninjas and Kickboxing/Mixed Arts. In addition, it offers personal training.
Edmonds Center for the Arts 410 4th Ave N, Edmonds, WA98020 Edmonds Center for the Arts opened in 2006 after undergoing an $18 million renovation. It offers shows of all types,…More including musicals, band performances, school plays and operas. Tickets are sold online and include a variety of discounts. The facility is also available for private parties.
ArtsNow/uLearn 201 4th Ave N, Edmonds, WA98020 ArtsNow/uLearn is an art program offering non-credit classes for individuals in a range of areas. The program has a…More gallery and offers programs in writing, performing, media arts, visual arts and photography. Some courses include grant writing, creative writing, story writing, writing for children, painting, ceramics and more. Check the main website for details on upcoming events and exhibits or for a full list of courses.
Stunningly Strange Gallery 407 Main St, Edmonds, WA98020 Stunningly Strange Gallery is a gallery dedicated to the nontraditional, exhibiting art that might fall a bit outside…More the bounds of how many people might see "art," but that nonetheless resonates with the viewers and gives a fresh take on the arts. Owner Kaitlin Philips Goodey is also an artist, so you can take a peek at some of her own work as well.
Gallery North 508 Main St, Edmonds, WA98020 Gallery North has been part of the Pacific Northwest art community since 1961. From the time of its creation, this…More cooperative has been owned and operated by its members and has provided a casual venue where the public can view and purchase art created by local artists. It has a new exhibition each month and features paintings, photography, sculpture, woodwork, pottery, glasswork, baskets and jewelry made by Gallery North artist members. Gallery North has more than two dozen artist members. It also offers classes in watercolor, acrylics, jewelry making and other media, all open to the public.
ArtWorks 201 2nd Ave S, Edmonds, WA98020 ArtWorks, a gathering place for artists, offers drawing, painting and mixed media classes for students of all ages.…More Classes run quarterly and are limited to eight students. The instructors are professional artists and eager to share their knowledge and techniques with the students. Art shows and sales events are held here regularly; visit ArtWorks' website for its events schedule. The facility is also open for artist organizational meetings.
Aria Studio Gallery, located one block east of the fountain on Main Street, is run by Joan Archer. The gallery…More displays Archer's work, which can be viewed during business hours. Patrons can also arrange for private showings with Archer as well. In addition to displaying her work, Archer teaches classes at the gallery Tuesday through Saturday. Her experience includes teaching in Italy in 2007. Archer specializes in watercolor, acrylic and oil. </p>
<p>The idea for Aria came from the concept of having a gallery with studio space, which would allow the artist to create as well as have an open door to the public, which can enjoy watching the creation process.</p>
Sculptor's Workshop 700 Main St, Edmonds, WA98020 Sculptor's Workshop is a pottery cooperative located in the Anderson Center. It has been around since the late 1960s and…More in its current location since 1981. The co-op is a place for advanced potters to get together and share ideas as well as work in the studio. Twice a year, Sculptor's Workshop has a sale in the studio, offering the works of its members, and every May, there is a gallery show in front of the Anderson Center building. While most members are local residents, sculptors from all over the Puget Sound area participate. Sculptor's Workshop also offers pottery classes.
Located in downtown Edmonds, Semantics Gallery features artwork from new artists. Since the gallery was founded in…More 1972, it has highlighted many artists that have later become world-renowned.</p>
<p>The different types of artwork include painting, sculpture, wood work, basketry, glass and more. Visit the Web site for a current list of featured artists.</p>
<p>Two locations: 110 4th Ave. N. and 401 Main St.</p>