Indie artists, fine craft come to Seattle’s Smith Cove Cruise Terminal for spring art show
Feb. 16, 2013 – The spring Best of the Northwest 24th annual art and fine craft show will be held March 23rd and 24th at Seattle’s Smith Cove Cruise Terminal on Pier 91 by the Magnolia Bridge.
The show will feature more than 140 talented regional artists selling their amazing handcrafted work – everything from jewelry, designer clothing, and paintings to works of glass, metal, wood, clay and more.
Relax and enjoy locally crafted wines, beers and ciders; Blue Moon Brewing Co. and the Family Wineries of Washington State will be hosting beer, wine and hard cider tastings throughout the two-day festival.
Musical entertainment will be provided by live bands, including bluegrass, Dixieland, Cajun and jazz, featuring local favorites such as gypsy jazz group Pearl Django. Grab a bite to eat and be inspired.
Enjoy drop-dead views of the Sound, the city and the mountains from a lively working dock at Smith Cove Cruise Terminal. Admission is $6 online or $7 at the door. Children 12 and under are free. Ample parking is available for $5 all day. For tickets and more information, visitwww.nwartalliance.com.
Organization: Northwest Art Alliance, producer of Best of the Northwest
Contact: Ann-Marie Stillion at email@example.com
Office Phone: (206) 525-5926
Address of venue: 2001 West Garfield Street Seattle, WA 98119
Show Dates: March 23 & 24, 2013
Show Times: Saturday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m., Sunday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Cost: $6 in advance (buy online at www.nwartalliance.com), $7 at the door
COMPANY: Northwest Art Alliance — a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation — juries, curates and produces The Best of the Northwest art shows, featuring the works of established and emerging artists and fine craftspeople since 1989.
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