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Current Exhibits

CONVERGENCE: Contemporary Mex-Xicano Art in the PNW

April 27 – June 3

Main Gallery

Guest curated by Dr. Lauro H. Flores

The exhibit, "CONVERGENCE: Contemporary Mex-Xicano Art in the Pacific NW" will showcase the rich history and art that exists as a result of the Mexican migration to the Northwest.

Over the Rainbow: Alfredo Arreguín

April 27 – June 3

Known for intricate, colorful and highly detailed paintings, Mexican-born painter Alfredo Arreguín is featured in the solo exhibition, "Over the Rainbow", in the Schack's mezzanine gallery from April 27 - June 3, 2017.

Black & White Photography Contest Exhibit

March 25 – May 30

K-12 Exhibit Hall

Reception: April 13, 6-8pm

The 2017 Black and White Photography Contest Exhibit features 175 photos from Snohomish County High School 9-12 students.

Upcoming Exhibits

Interwoven Dialogues: The Architecture of Basketry

June 15 – August 27

Studio 1, Studio 2

Photographs by Susan Gans of Artifacts from the Everett Museum of History Collection

The Everett Museum of History has partnered with photographer Susan Gans and the Schack Art Center to showcase our extensive indigenous basket collection.

Courtesy of: Extraordinary Basketry, Textiles and Sculptures from N.W. Collections

June 15 – July 29

featuring Lisa Telford, Haida Artist

Schack Art Center is thrilled to present the exhibition "Courtesy of: Extraordinary Basketry, Textiles and Sculptures from N.W. Collections, featuring new work by Lisa Telford, Haida Artist and guest curated by award-winning artist Jan Hopkins.

Art of the Garden

June 15 – September 2

Main Gallery

This biannual juried exhibit will feature a prolific offering of art created to enhance the garden and bring the garden into the home. 

My Swirly Brain and Other Oddities

August 10 – September 9

2017 Artist of the Year: Gale Johansen

2017 Artist of the Year Gale Johansen brings her whimiscal and detailed artwork to the Schack for this solo exhibition opening August 10.

Untitled 2016: Himba Portrait Series

October 5 – November 2

Main Gallery

Sabrina Knowles & Jenny Pohlman

This exhibit features work from the "Himba Portrait Series" by glass artists Jenny Pohlman and Sabrina Knowles.