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
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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.
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.
Located on two corners of Occidental Plaza, The London Plane is a one-stop haven for downtown residents, workers and travelers alike. We have two spaces (The London Plane and The Little London Plane).
The large space on the northeast corner is The London Plane, part cafe, part specialty foods grocery, and part floral workshop. You can stop by in the morning for a coffee and a handmade croissant. Come lunchtime, enjoy an array of salads, soups, and plated lunch items. You can also pick up groceries & whole grains, a bundle of mint, a bottle of Italian olive oil, and a loaf of sourdough baked in our wholesale bakery located in the back of the building. If you’re headed to a party, there are flowers, soaps, etc. to share as a hostess or birthday gift.
At the southeast corner of Occidental Plaza is our smaller space, The Little London Plane.
We serve bar snacks and a list of wines and refreshments by the glass. Our shop section showcases beautiful housewares and gifts from local artists and artisans, as well as cook and design books, and a selection of wines by the bottle for takeaway.
This space also hosts private gatherings, whether it be for business meetings or dinner parties. Delicious meals catered by our kitchen team will keep communication and creativity flowing.
The Seattle Fire Department provides fire protection and emergency medical services to the city of Seattle, Washington, United States. The department is responsible for an area of, including of waterfront, with a population of over 634,000.HistoryThe Seattle Fire Department got its start as a volunteer fire department that was taken over by the City of Seattle on April 11, 1884. On June 6, 1889 the Great Seattle Fire broke out and destroyed over of the city. Insurance investigators charged the city with not having adequately trained firefighters to provide protection for the residents. As a result, the Seattle Fire Department was officially established on October 17, 1889 as a paid professional department.Fire Stations/Apparatusthe department operates out of 34 fire stations spread across the city.Apparatus Glossary/Callsigns Engine (E) Ladder (L) Aid - BLS (A) Air Unit (AIR9/AIR26) Battalion Chief (B) Command, Control & Communication Unit (COM1) Decontamination Unit (DECON1) Deputy Chief (DEP1) EMS/Paramedic Supervisor (M44 / M45) Fire Boat (FB) Fire Rescue Boat (FRB) Hazardous Materials Unit (HAZ1) Hose / Foam Wagon (HOSE18 / HOSE34) Marine Unit (MARINE1) Medic - ALS (M) Medical Ambulance Bus (MAB1) Metropolitan Medical Strike Team (MMST) Mobile Air Compressor (AIR240 / AIR260) Mobile Ventilation Unit (MVU1) Multiple Casualty Incident Unit (MCI1 / MCI2) Power/CO2 Unit (P25) Staff & Incident Command System (ICS) Support Unit (STAF10) Safety Chief (SAFT2) Technical Rescue Unit (R) Rehabilitation (REHAB1) Urban Search & Rescue Unit (USAR1)
Frederick Holmes and Company - Gallery of Modern & Contemporary Art Distance: 0.0 miCompetitive Analysis 309 Occidental Ave S (In Occidental Square) Seattle, WA 98401 (206) 682-0166
In addition to gallery updates on new artists, new work, or gallery exhibitions, we also enjoy posting various arts-related articles or videos and encourage feedback; important dates in the history of Modern Art; artists birthdays; and anything else we feel adds to the awareness, deeper understanding, and collecting of the visual arts. We are a for-profit gallery and depend on collectors to support the business and our artists. And while profit is the purpose, passion is the process...