To create inclusion during the art walk, every month has a color theme.
If you enjoy the Art Walk, please help support the efforts to enhance this community event. Donations go to the business of unique as you / Renne Emiko Brock-Richmond and are used for marketing this monthly event that supports the Arts, nonprofits, students, businesses, and artists. Thank you for your support!
Be part of art in Sequim every First Friday of the month from
5 – 8 p.m.
The Map for the self-guided tour is available at participating arts venues or download your own map here.
Radiate Sunshine on the August 1st Art Walk with the theme color YELLOW for August! Yellow shines like the sun fueling our world and inspiring creative communication. The brightness of yellow represents happiness, cheerful friendships, expressive enthusiasm, and empowers goodwill and justice. While the sun is still shining in the evening, grab your colorful parasol and promenade with your friends and family along the First Friday Art Walk path!
First Friday Art Walk Sequim PSA by Brandon Taft and Noah L.T., two of Renne's Peninsula College Digital Video students.
Bringing color and smiles to the streets of Sequim, the Fiber Arts Bombardiers yarnbombed locations downtown with incredible fiber arts creations.
Check out the new location of Sequim Spice and Tea at 121 W Washington St. and try a sample of their unique teas and salts.
Visit Doodlebugs' Creative Café Art Bar "Happy Hour" when people can create the project every Friday evening from 5 – 7 p.m. at 138 W Washington St.
Gallery on the Walls showcases Sally Cays and Patricia Taynton at 128 E Washington St. inside the Sequim Vision Center.
That Takes the Cake inspires sweetness with colorful cupcakes that are art at 171 W Washington St.
Explore math in action at the Sequim Library at 630 N Sequim Ave. with Pam Dick's reception for her fractal artwork from 6 - 7 p.m.
Always delight in live music and fresh art with award winning artfully crafted wines with appetizing tidbits at Wind Rose Cellars at 143 W Washington St.
The Museum and Arts Center presents an open exhibit entitled "Black and White" at 175 W. Cedar St.
LARC Gallery at 425 E Washington St., just east of Pioneer Park, features many local artists and a special exhibit of Jim Lyman's work.
Thank you all for playing! Congrats to Erika Lambert of Sequim who won our 2nd Annual BirdFest BirdQuest! Huge thanks goes out to Diane Fatzinger for working so much on this successful community event showing off student art and local businesses while supporting the 11th Annual Olympic BirdFest, Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce, Sequim Merchants group, and the First Friday Art Walk Sequim! Thank you! Thank you!
Sequim's Sunshine Café at 145 W Washington St. will provide a special secret menu of wonderful culinary treats. Stop in and eat. The great, late Tim Quinn's art is on display and artwork by Amy Weber and Jan Kepley. Try a hand at the unique as you affordable art machine while you are at Sunshine Café and for four quarters get an original button by Renne Emiko Brock-Richmond.
Blue Whole Gallery at 129 W Washington St is showcasing Pam Walker and David Willis with their paintings and innovative photo art, expressing their love of nature and the surprises of summer.
Pacific Pantry is exhibiting Amanda R. De Bello's nature and landscape photography and graphite art in frames built locally with custom reclaimed, weathered wood at 229 S Sequim Ave.
Beginning at 6:30 p.m., Olympic Theatre Arts (OTA) continues its performing arts contribution on the Art Walk with "An Unusual Evening in Sequim features Tweaking Reality" at 414 N. Sequim Ave.
Enjoy this improvisational group of actors familiar to Olympic Theatre Arts' audiences: Dave McInnes, Danny Willis, Pamela Ziemann, Debby Embree, and Olivia Shea. "Improvisation is about thinking on the spot, taking the situation and running with it, saying yes to whatever comes your way," says McInnes. "It is the ultimate experience of being in the moment, which, really is what acting is all about." Olympic Theatre Arts began presenting An Unusual Evening in Sequim in April with its tribute to Shakespeare as a way to bring performing arts to First Friday Art Walk. It has encouraged people to stroll through Art Walk and then make Olympic Theatre Arts Center their last stop for a taste of theater arts. "Sequim clearly loves live theater," says Elaine Caldwell, OTA Board of Trustees member. " With An Unusual Evening in Sequim, we've been able to bring a new and different view of theater to our audience. We're really excited to add improvisational theater to our menu of theatre treats. It's fun and entertaining, a perfect end to a First Friday evening."
View woodblock prints by Sallie Radock in the Colors of Sequim at 139 W Washington St.
In January, did you guess "Whodunnit Downtown?" It was Cecil C. Seville, the movie director! Our Getaway Weekend winner was Bonnie Booth! She was the first game card drawn and she had the right suspect circled! Thank you all for playing during the First Friday Art Walk Sequim! Thank you to our suspects and volunteers! Thank you to the local businesses who donated items to the prize and venues hosting clues! Our next game is coming in April!
Call for Artists to actively participate in 2014! Renne Emiko Brock-Richmond, producer of the First Friday Art Walk, helps match artists and performers with art walk venues to facilitate cultural and financial vitality. If you are interested in being included to the Directory of Artists listed on the art walk website who would want opportunities to exhibit and sell their work or perform at the art walk venues, please contact Renne at email@example.com
Maps for the self-guided tour are available at participating art venues or download your PDF maphere.