Sand Point Arts and Cultural Exchange (SPACE), funds, facilitates and promotes arts and cultural uses of Warren G. Magnuson Park for the public, serving diverse audiences and forging regional collaborations. 





On View Soon!


Opening March 11th, 2021

Join us for, Unfurl, a virtual exploration of the works of Jean Bradbury, including a sneak peak into her studio. 

Image: Jean Bradbury Camas Meadow Caulfield



Still on view virtually!

Artists of Building 30 Annual Exhibition

This virtual and physical exhibition highlights pieces from the working artists within Building 30 West, a beautifully restored Naval building in Magnuson Park. Visitors will be able to explore the wide range of media, styles, and subject matter utilized by the artists, there is something for everyone to enjoy.

Visit our Events page for more information about past and future exhibits.

Magnuson Park Gallery

Building 30 West, Magnuson Park
7448 63rd Avenue NE, 3rd Floor


Regular Gallery Hours:

Open by appointment only, schedule an in-person or virtual visit today.

General Information

The gallery presents exhibits from guest curators, emerging and established artists, and outside collections and seeks to provide a public and accessible forum for the arts. 


To get on the list for gallery updates and news, please join our mailing list


Rental info: please inquire.


See New Exhibitions and Artist Events
We Want to Hear from YOU!
We are currently creating our strategic plan, and we want to hear from you! Share your thoughts by taking this awesome survey. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2021SPACESurvey
SPACE 101.1 FM and on the air! Tune your radio to 101.1 on the FM dial and let us know if you can hear our signal and where you are.

A team of hard-working volunteers is growing our original programming day-by-day. Please stay tuned for more information and tune in any time while we work toward our ultimate goal of all homegrown programming. We are seeking volunteers with experience and programming ideas. Learn more and get involved! 

Historic Preservation Developments

Would you like to see more space devoted to events, performances, and exhibitions? Will Seattle finally get a state of the art sound stage for film? How about a restaurant? With the current cultural foot print in the park's historic district limited to just 6%, two potential developments in the pipeline could make a difference for generations. 

What kind of activities and facilities would you like to see in the park? Join the mailing list for all the updates and let us know what you think.

Support Arts in Magnuson Park
Your donation fuels SPACE's advocacy and programming initiatives for Magnuson Park. Please show your support today.