LOCAL ARTIST GROUPS
Edmonds is a thriving community of artists and artisans! There are many organizations that help us network and make connections to help us in our artistic journey.
Here are just a few of our favorites:
Artists Connect Born from a need for local artists to have a place to meet and connect with other artists, we come from all walks of life and create in many different media. Artist's Connect meet the fourth Saturday every month at the Artworks building on 2nd and Dayton (about four blocks from ARTspot). ARTspot does a free artist-in-action demo every fourth Saturday so Artist Connect artists can come on over after their meeting to see new products and techniques.
Edmonds Arts Festival Foundation The Edmonds Arts Festival Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to education and the cultural enrichment of our community through the arts. The Edmonds Arts Festival each Father's Day is one of the largest and best in the northwest!
Note: We are a drop off location for miniatures only and are not able to field specific questions about the juried show or online application process. The Festival provides help for those artists who need assistance with their images. Call Ann at 206-605-9500 if you have questions not answered on the EAF web page.
Edmonds Arts Commission Founded in 1975, the Edmonds Arts Commission works to ensure that the arts are a vital part of our community’s quality of life, economic vitality and central identity. Use this link to sign up for the free Edmonds Arts Commission online newsletter.
Write On Calligraphers A non-profit organization since 1978, is a group of Northwest artists who share a love of letters and the paper arts.
Women Painters of Washington Showcasing women's art since 1930, this highly regard organization is a great resource for speakers, teachers, and tutors.
408 Main Street Edmonds WA 98020 • 425.640.6408
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