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About the Schack Art Center

Schack Art Center is an admission-free visual art center in downtown Everett, WA. Our exhibit galleries are open seven days a week and feature diverse artwork from locally and internationally known artists, as well as emerging young talents.

From the main gallery, visitors are able to watch professional glassblowers at work in our state-of-the-art hot shop while admiring the current exhibit.

The hot shop is a popular attraction for all ages, but our 19,000 s.f. facility also has seven other specialized production studios to accommodate a wide array of mediums including silversmithing, lapidary, fused glass, flameworking, stained glass, painting, drawing, and printmaking.

We hope you’ll be inspired to learn a new skill in an upcoming art class or Make it Now glassblowing event. Browse our current offerings online to find art classes for youth, teens, and adults.

And, don’t forget to stop by our gift shop. The Schack Shop carries glass, ceramics, jewelry, cards, and other gifts of art by more than 175 Northwest artists.

Download a pdf version of our current exhibit and event schedule or browse the “Visit” section of our website to learn more.

About Schack Education Programs

To support art education for Snohomish County K-12 students we offer unique learning opportunities through accredited teacher workshops, art docent training for parent/volunteers, a lending library of Art Outreach Suitcases, an annual college scholarship, art competitions for middle and high school students, youth exhibition space, gallery field trips, and weekly art classes for homeless and court-involved youth.

Visit our "K-12 Programs" section to learn more about specific workshops and events.

About Our Name

Founded more than 42 years ago as the nonprofit Arts Council of Snohomish County, the Schack Art Center opened in April 2011 and was named for John and Idamae Schack, in honor of their steadfast support of Everett's cultural institutions.

Click here for more information about the history of the Schack Art Center.