Gallery 2024-06-13T12:01:06-07:00

The Kirkland Arts Center Gallery is a nonprofit, community-focused gallery space. Its mission is to support local artists and curators by providing a space for exhibitions that engage and inspire the greater community. These exhibitions encourage participation in the arts by making work accessible and available to residents of Kirkland. KAC supports emerging and established artists to exhibit their work and participate with the community in exploring what the work inspires in them. Our contemporary gallery features 5 to 6 shows per year in a variety of media on diverse topics. The KAC Gallery is free and open to the public, including opening receptions and artist talks. View KAC Gallery hours here.

The gallery manager is on-site for office hours on Tuesdays–Fridays 11-4 pm and Saturdays 11 am -2 pm,

KAC also hosts exhibitions at the Kirkland Public Library. KAC is proud to partner with the Kirkland Library to bring local artists and exhibitions to the community.

View past shows or find opportunities and resources for artists.

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KAC Gallery Exhibitions

Exhibition Title: Script Scapes – Abstract odes to South Indian Letterforms

Artist: Neha Panicker

Dates: June 7 – July 11, 2024

Artist Bio: Neha Panicker is an architect turned artist originally from India. Her paintings are vibrant expressions in color, form and composition. There is character and energy in the strokes and luminosity in the transparencies. Bringing the authentic self to the act of making is at the core of her work. Her artistic explorations are an active exercise in being present in the act of making. She experiments with analog visual art mediums bringing to play varying tools and body movement in mark making.

Free & Open to the Public

Regular Gallery Hours
Tuesday-Friday 11 am-4 pm
Saturday 11 am-2 pm

KAC Gallery Events

Event Name:  Drag and Draw

Artist: Sage Valentine

Dates: June 30th, 1:30 – 4:30 pm

No need to register, it is a walk-in event. Supplies are provided, but feel free to bring your own materials (traditional materials or experimental materials are all welcome!) Seating is continually rotated throughout the afternoon, and will be equipped with drawing boards/easels/drawing horses.

Age 13+, Free & Open to the Public