Our Top Kirkland and Seattle Art and Culture Venues

February 13th, 2018 by

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Having supported community programs such as the King County Boys & Girls Club, the Junior Softball Little League World Series, various Lake Washington High School sports programs, and Kirkland Summerfest, nothing much happens in Kirkland without Honda of Kirkland knowing. That’s why we’re well positioned to recommend the top attractions, from whale watching to the finest in arts the area has to offer:

  • Kirkland Arts Center
  • Seattle Art Museum
  • Kirkland SummerFest
  • Howard/Mandville Gallery
  • Kirkland Performance Center

Let’s take a look at the exciting events and exhibitions available across the Kirkland area.

Kirkland Arts Center

Set in the stunning Peter Kirk Building, which is noted for its head-turning Victorian and Romanesque architecture, The Kirkland Arts Center Gallery provides a platform for local artists and hosts numerous engaging exhibitions throughout the year. It’s open to the public, so head to the Kirkland Arts Center for thought-provoking contemporary work.

Seattle Art Museum

Culture-vultures willing to head into Seattle should make tracks for the Seattle Art Museum (SAM). You’ll stroll through light-filled galleries to take in special exhibitions sourced from all across the world. Reaching well beyond Washington, SAM hosts Asian, African, Ancient American, Ancient Mediterranean, Islamic, European, Oceanic, Asian, and modern American work.

Kirkland Summerfest

From Beer Yoga to Duck Dash, Kirkland’s largest festival is one to put on your calendar. It returns for 2018 from August 10th to 12th and features the usual range of live performances, street food, local beer, and interactive entertainment. It’s Kirkland’s signature event of the year, and we’re proud to have been a sponsor in the past.

Howard/Mandville Gallery

The Howard/Mandville Gallery has collected one of the largest collections of fine art in the Puget Sound area across a stunning 4,000 square feet of gallery space. Set amongst the boutiques and restaurants of downtown Kirkland, the Howard/Mandville gallery features work from over 60 regional and nationally acclaimed artists.

Kirkland Performance Center

Kirkland’s treasured 397 seat theatre keeps all visitors close to a stage that hosts everything from spoken word performances to interpretive dance to contemporary music.

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