CAPITOL HILL ART WALK
Every second Thursday of each month, rain or shine, the streets of Capitol Hill are filled with tipsy art lovers checking out galleries and special events. Art Walk starts at 5pm. Capitol Hill Block Party supports the Capitol Hill Art Walk financially and through media partnerships. We're honored to be able to support the great work of Jeanine Anderson and Laurie Kearney.
CHBP POSTER SHOW at VERMILLION ART GALLERY
The CHBP Poster Show is our annual party in July that officially kicks off Capitol Hill Block Party and celebrates the work of 40+ local graphic designers! Last year we saw over 500 attendees throughout the entire evening. Taking place once again in Vermillion Art Gallery, we’ll be showcasing unique poster designs for CHBP 2019 artists. All artwork will be for sale and 100% of the proceeds will go directly back to the graphic designers. We’ll have a DJ, drinks, and a VIP tickets giveaway! Stay tuned for more details coming this spring!
CHBP PHOTO SHOWCASE at CAFFE VITA
CHBP will be teaming up again with Caffe Vita to showcase some of our local photographers greatest shots from CHBP. The photos will be printed in large-scale and hung throughout Vita’s walls for the entire month of July, accompanied by CHBP brand wall decals. Be sure to check out a variety of photographers’ work during Capitol Hill Art Walk in July. Stay tuned for more details coming this spring!
CAPITOL HILL ARTS DISTRICT
Capitol Hill was the first district to be named as part of the Arts & Cultural Districts program, in November of 2014.
Capitol Hill’s Pike / Pine neighborhood is the densest arts neighborhood in the State of Washington. Over the course of the past 35 years, a diverse group of arts and cultural organizations have been re-occupying a formerly light industrial area known as “auto row.” The district is now home to over 40 arts and cultural organizations.
At the same time, the neighborhood is experiencing rapid change and gentrification. Existing arts organizations are under real threat of being displaced by rising rents and redevelopment. Capitol Hill is increasingly perceived as being in danger of losing its soul.
The Capitol Hill Arts District is a coalition of arts advocates galvanized to keep Capitol Hill a thriving art scene invested in the creation of daring work, independent artists, and emerging ideas. We promote cultural engagement; harness resources; and preserve, enhance, and create space for artists and the arts.