172 S Washington St
Seattle, WA 98104-2532
Volume is equipped with state of the art visuals & over 30,000 watts of sound with an exceptional lighting arrangement. Filled with 19 VIP Booths all over the venue with the best bottle service by exclusive VIP Host & VIP Cocktail waitresses, Volume guarantees an exceptional celebration for every special event-- always. Daily Office Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 10 am-5 pm Party and Event Hours Wednesday-Sunday 10 pm- 2 am (special events are not included) For more information regarding guest lists, VIP reservations, dress code, and events, visit our website at : volumeseattle.com Feel free to send us a message for feedback or questions! We would love to hear from you! Follow us on twitter : @VolumeSeattle
Since 2004, Spooked in Seattle Tours has been telling the REAL stories of haunted Seattle, taking you inside, and presenting evidence collected on actual paranormal investigations! Join real ghost hunters for an evening of spirited tales within Seattle’s unique neighborhoods, as they take you on a guided tour of some of the cities most haunted sites, including our very own section of Seattle’s famous underground. These 90 minute tours include information about ghosts and offer some of the evidence collected during investigations. Each tour explores the past of some of the oldest buildings in Seattle and will, perhaps, give you the opportunity to encounter some residents whose earthly forms may have departed, but of course, never left. Are ghosts for real or are we haunted by the spectres in our minds? That’s for the curious to find out and see why we are “Spooked In Seattle.”
Easy Joe's is an American Pub with great burgers, cold brews and tasty cocktails served behind a beautiful hand built bar. Located in the heart of historic Pioneer Square, it's the perfect place to meet friends, have lunch, watch the game, enjoy happy hour, order some more food ... you know the drill.
Founded in 1972 Glasshouse Studio is the oldest glassblowing studio in the Northwest. Located in Seattle's historic Pioneer Square, the studio does daily glassblowing demonstrations. The gallery houses a large selection of glass art with an emphasis on custom lighting, featuring work by Glasshouse owner and artist Christopher Sternberg Powidzki as well as guest artists from around the Northwest. Glasshouse Studio's work can been seen at over 300 galleries in the US as well as numerous public and private collections.
As the cultural funding agency for King County, Washington, 4Culture works to make our region vibrant. Using lodging tax and percent-for-art revenues, 4Culture’s staff, board of cultural advocates, advisory committees, and peer review panelists support a diverse array of cultural endeavors. 4Culture’s four main program areas—arts, heritage, public art, and historic preservation—put public resources to use all over King County, ensuring access to cultural opportunities for all. From museum collections to theater productions, from restored historic buildings to artists showing work for the first time in our gallery, look for all the ways we are at work in your community.
Upcoming Events: SEMI-ANNUAL OPEN HOUSE 1st Thursday, June 7, 6-9 PM Resident artists open up their studios and the adjoining nooks & crannies of the historic Scheuerman block, exhibiting an exquisite, eclectic array of jewelry, paintings, letterpress cards & posters, photographs, frescos, book arts, encaustics, screenprints & other works on paper. Take home a do-it-yourself letterpress souvenir! Special guests include a site-specific LILIENTHAL|ZAMORA stairwell installation ("The Orange Cube"), music by trombonist Marc Smason with Craig Hoyer & Lamar Lofton; Ken Ewert's one-of-a-kind lamps, and much more! '57 Biscayne is home to: Jane Richlovsky Constellation & Co. Sarah Dillon Studio 10/Angel Ceballos Joey Trimmer/Notion Studios Michelle Goggins/Josh Strickland Peggy Foy/Atomic Metal Dara Solliday/Miles Cheung/The Squared Pixel Savina Mason Libby Bulloff/Exoskeleton Cabaret Alison Warp Doug Hoisington/Douglissimo Fresco
Music, technology, fashion & events may seem to be a mixed bag, but at 3345 Media, they are the cornerstones & pillars for this progressive thinking, full service agency. With our experience in pro audio and lighting services, event design, management, and entertainment booking, we provide integrated entertainment solutions that result in successful marquis events on a local, regional or national scale for our artists & clients.
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Studio 103 in the Tashiro Kaplan (TK) Building in Seattle's Pioneer Square area is a working artists' studio and exhibit space. Artists Zeynep Banu Alev, Lorri Falterman, Joy Hagen, Leslie West and Claudia Zimmerman share this space with rotating monthly exhibits of their works in encaustic, oils, photography, print media, and sculputre. Open Saturdays noon-5pm and during Seattle's First Thursday Artwalk 3:00-9:00pm, or by appointment. Open Fridays noon-5:00pm beginning in May 2015.
We believe in a better world through inspiring entrepreneurship, and through community, space and educational events, we accelerate entrepreneurs toward building the future we want to live in. We provide a remarkable space for productive work, a driven community that resides at the intersection of both for-profit and nonprofit worlds, and a diverse selection of programming to guide our members with the tools they need to build their venture. Our community helps entrepreneurs and businesses consider the social and environmental impact of their business practices, while also pushing philanthropists and nonprofits to become self-sustaining through collaboration and more efficient business models.
One roof. Hundreds of change-makers. Countless connections. 220 & Change is a landmark & dynamic business center in historic Pioneer Square. It's the home of Impact Hub Seattle, Pinchot University, Social Venture Partners and dozens of other nonprofit organizations and social entrepreneurs.
Homemade cheesecakes made with only the freshest ingredients. Currently available only in Pioneer Square at: Calozzi's Philly Cheesesteaks 115 Occidental Avenue South Seattle, WA 98104
It's THAT TIME OF THE MONTH!!! We've changed Hungry For Change from every week to the last Saturday of the month, and it's time! Let's make it more huger than eva! Come join me and my friends as we cook hundreds of hotdogs and give them away for free to the homeless people of Seattle. We have been given much and love to give back. (Plus we may party a little, possibly). It is a rewarding experience and feels great to hear stories of people trying to change their lives. It is also quite a trip interacting with the crazy ones... LOL Come on out and hang! We like to party! Location: Pioneer Square; parking lot at SW Washington St and Occidental Ave S Seattle. Call or Facebook message for details. 206.414.8778
Offering apartment homes in Seattle close to work, bistros, clubs, sports, galleries, coffee shops. Live life on your terms, right now at Quintessa. Our oversized windows bring in lofty views at Quintessa in the historic Pioneer Square district. Shoji-style bedroom doors are there when you need them, but slide open to expand living space. Be-cool air conditioning and a washer/dryer inside every unit. Wi-fi lobby, fitness center, fireside library/lounge.