Please join us for an afternoon with Vibrant Palette! Explore artwork by artists participating in the Vibrant Palette arts programs and get to know some of the artists and their work. Enjoy refreshments and pick up an artist-designed tote bag and support this important organization empowering artists with disabilities. All donations go directly to Vibrant Palette Arts Center programs and artists. Free!
If you can’t make the event, you can still contribute here:
Sunday October 16, 2-5pm
Artists in attendance
Entrance and restroom are accessible
Masks required in respect for at-risk guests and hosts
At The Grocery Studios
3001 21st Ave S, Seattle 98144
Ride share, carpool, or light rail are encouraged as we are in a residential neighborhood
An 8 minute walk from the Beacon Hill light rail station
About Vibrant Palette:
Vibrant Palette Arts Center empowers artists with disabilities and raises the visibility of their work, to build a more inclusive arts community reflecting the talents of Seattle’s diverse population.
We provide a structured day program, including activities such as studio time for painting and clay mediums, guest art teachers, and community outings to local galleries/museums to have our artists learn about the creative processes and experiences of other creators. We have partnered with Pratt Fine Arts Center in Seattle’s Central District to provide studio space for our artists. VPAC hosts three art shows per year showcasing and selling our artists’ work with a 50% commission that is funded back into our organization.
Participating Artists: David Bishop, Lupita Cano, Brette Flora, John Gregory, Joey Joseph, Chris Koesema, Marisa Owens, Pixie, Elizabeth Rogers, Nathan Runge, Keith Shuman, Marie Smith, Edward Swanson, Derek Thomas, Matt Whittaker, Kristy Yawman