The historic neighborhood of Pioneer Square in Seattle has always been a home to artists and creatives. In fact in 1981, thanks to a cooperative group of gallery owners, Pioneer Square became the location of the very first Art Walk in the United States. Each “First Thursday” vibrant crowds of artists and art lovers gather to celebrate the opening of new exhibits, take in performances and to connect with each other around art. ZINC contemporary opened it’s second location in Pioneer Square in 2016 and is grateful to be part of this diverse and vital community.
ZINC launched in December of 2013 with the idea that art and design can spark curiosity and create change in the world through connection. Founder and curator Laura Zeck, has used the Edmonds location as an experimental playground. Is it a gallery? Is it a retail space? Is it a gathering place for inspiration? It’s all of the above and will continue to be that way as ZINC enters it’s next phase. Visit ZINC | edmonds in the quaint waterside village of Edmonds, Washington, where you will find contemporary works of art, modern furniture, unique jewelry and a never-ending series of pop-ups and events to spark your fire.