Vibrant Palette Arts Center

About Vibrant Palette Arts Center

Vibrant Palette Arts Center is a progressive art studio in Seattle, Washington that was founded in 2017 by Diane Knoll. Vibrant Palette provides artists with disabilities the opportunity to create in a supportive studio environment, professionally exhibit their work, sell artwork, and promote inclusion in the Seattle arts community. Vibrant Palette came under the programming of Parkview Services in spring 2023.

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Our next art show:

Fortitude: Working Artists with Disabilities: An exhibition of 14 artists with disabilities, as well as work from the artists of Vibrant Palette Arts Center. The show hopes to foster networking opportunities, community engagement, and increased thought on access and accessibility. A wide range of artists are participating from figurative to abstract to conceptual. There will be networking events, artist talks, lectures, and workshops throughout the month of May.

The show opening is May 12th 6-9pm as part of the Belltown Art Walk. The gallery will be open Thursday-Saturday throughout the run of the show May 6th-May 27th. You can find Slip Gallery at 2301 1st Avenue, Seattle, WA 98121.

The show is made possible by a grant from The City of Seattle Office of Arts and Culture. Curated by Seattle artist Ian Shearer.

For more information, please see the Slip Gallery Webpage.