Last week! Ends Thurs. 2/4
Eighteen artists who live or work throughout the Skagit Valley joined together to produce a suite of original prints for Skagit Women Print.
In addition to the orginal suite of 18, the Schack exhibit will feature works by friends of Skagit Women Print and curated by Natalie Nilblack.
Thru December 24
This annual holiday exhibit features two-dimensional works by members of the artist guild, Seattle Co-Arts, as well as a diverse selection of pottery and glass by regional artists.
This exhibit will feature new works by artists in the 2014 Pilchuck Emerging Artists in Residence (EAiR) program in partnership with Pilchuck Glass School.
Glass exhibit 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.
Schack Art Center is thrilled to honor photographer James Arrabito as an Artist of the Year for 2015.
Schack Art Center is thrilled to honor public sculpture artist Verena Schwippert as an Artist of the Year for 2015.
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.
Everett's First Fifty Years 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 11 and ends September 1, 2015.
EvCC art, photography, and graphic design students
Schack Art Center is pleased to exhibit the works of Everett Community College art, photography, and graphic design students in "Visions Explored 2015".
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.
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.
This exhibit features the bold, expressive oil paintings of Skagit Valley artist Becky Fletcher.
Join us for the Regional Scholastic Art Awards exhibit featuring 7-12th grade students from Snohomish County.
Cascade Clay Artists
The Cascade Clay Artists bring a mix of established and emerging talents to the Schack for a fresh, new exhibit where "Anything Goes."
NW Watercolor Society
Schack Art Center's annual Holiday Show is the annual Signature Members Exhibition for the Northwest Watercolor Society.
Edmonds Community College Students
Edmonds CC Intersections in Meaning, Form and Function represents student works from all disciplines in the Visual Arts Program at Edmonds Community College.
Brent Rogers and Granite Calimpong
Exhibit features new collaborative and individual work by Granite Calimpong and Brent Rogers inspired by their joint residency at Pittsburgh Glass Center.
Featuring the 2013 Pilchuck EAiR
Featuring artists from the 2013 Pilchuck Emerging Artists in Residence (EAiR) program in partnership with Pilchuck Glass School.
Opening August 14, 5-8pm
Annual exhibit featuring the 2014 Schack Art Center Artist of the Year recipient Joan Pinney.
Ends August 2
This biennial exhibit of Northwest artists is a well-rounded variety of mediums to produce an eclectic and visually stimulating exhibit.
Cocoon House & Denney Juvenile Justice Center youth
Exhibit will feature artwork created by Cocoon House residents and court involved youth at Denney Juvenile Justice Center.
Exhibit pays tribute to the NW Coast First Nations Peoples through paintings by artist Chris Hopkins.
Opening Reception: April 17, 6-8pm
The 2014 Black and White Photography Contest is open to all Snohomish County High School 9-12 students. This exhibit includes photographs, both traditional analog prints and digital output prints, from all participants.
Last Week!, Ends Sat. April 12
Exhibit featuring members of the Northwest Designer Craftsmen.