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Current Exhibits

Saving the Environment: Sustainable Art

April 23 – May 30

Main Gallery

As we all look for ways to be better stewards of the environment, the artists participating in Saving the Environment: Sustainable Art are turning to junk stores, second-hand shops, trash bins and surplus venues to satisfy their urge to create and save our beautiful planet.

Back to the Schack

April 7 – June 4

Studio 1, Studio 2

Artwork from All Aboard

Opening April 7 from 5-8pm, "Back to the Schack" is an exhibit featuring the artwork of participants from All Aboard, an activities program for adults with special needs.

Upcoming Exhibits

Through the Lens

June 11 – August 1

Studio 1, Studio 2

Everett's First Fifty Year in Photographs

The Everett Museum of History, in partnership with the Schack Art Center, presents Through the Lens: Everett's First Fifty Years in Photographs. Exhibition viewing begins on June 11th with the grand opening June 18th from 5:00 to 8:00 pm.

Art of the Garden

June 18 – August 1

Main Gallery

Opening Reception: June 18, 5-8pm

Exhibit showcases a prolific offering of garden art, and art to bring the garden into the home. Colorful work in a wide variety of mediums such as ceramic, cement casting, sculpture, glass, photographs, paintings and much more.

Artist of the Year: James Arrabito

August 13 – September 19

Main Gallery

Opening Reception: Aug. 13, 5-8pm

Schack Art Center is thrilled to honor photographer James Arrabito as an Artist of the Year for 2015.

Artist of the Year: Verena Schwippert

August 13 – September 19

Main Gallery

Opening Reception: Aug. 13, 5-8pm

Schack Art Center is thrilled to honor public sculpture artist Verena Schwippert as an Artist of the Year for 2015.

EAiRs 2014

October 8 – November 7

Main Gallery

This exhibit will feature new works by artists in the 2014 Pilchuck Emerging Artists in Residence (EAiR) program in partnership with Pilchuck Glass School.

All Natural

October 8 – November 7

Guest Curated by Kait Rhoads

For All Natural guest curator Kait Rhoads has selected ten contemporary, glass artists whose work references nature, although sometimes in an ironic or unexpected way.