Gallery One’s exhibits open on the first Friday of most months in conjunction with the Ellensburg Art Walk.
Click here for a full walking tour and map.
May 4-26, 2018
As part of a community outreach to forge new connections, Gallery One has selected 12 arts organizations from across the state to invite an artist/team from their community to create a photo board. The public is invited to get into the art, take their photos with the board, and post them on social media with the hashtag #intoart.
Eveleth Green Gallery:
Community School of the Arts Annual Exhibition
In sync with Washington State’s Arts Education Month, we will showcase the work of our Art After School and community programs. Join us for our annual show that allows our young students to shine. Each year we celebrate youth arts with a show dedicated to works created in our Art After School program. The Eveleth Green Gallery will be filled with fabulous paintings, sculpture and mixed media works. Help us support our young artists. Get three stamps on your Kids’ Art Walk stamp sheet during the Month of May and you’ll get a free ice cream cone at Winegars. Check at these participating locations for more information, or to get your stamps:
Catalyst Co-Working, Clymer Museum, Cornerstone Pie, D & M Coffee Downtown, Ellensburg Public Library, Ellensburg Rodeo Hall of Fame, Functional Junk, Gallery One Visual Arts Center, Gård Vintners, Goodey Gallery / Western Art Association, Grapes & Crepes, Iron Horse Brewery, Kittitas County Historical Museum, Monster Melts & Cravens Coffee, Sarah Spurgeon Gallery, The Porch, Youth Services of Kittitas County, 420 Gallery
We Art Kittitas County
CWU students and county residents have produced art depicting perspectives on our community’s health, social issues and opportunities – such as cost of living, access to healthcare, our school systems, childcare, healthy food access, and others. Submissions of works in a variety of media that spark interest, help the public recognize resources, and create visions of a healthier future will be included in the show. This call for art was a result of a year-long class series in CWU’s Public Health Program, in which students analyzed and interpreted Community Health Assessment data and used their findings to plan a strategy.