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© Patty Haller



Sand Point Arts and Cultural Exchange (SPACE) connects and enriches our community through art, music, and culture.



We envision a robust, diverse and thriving arts and culture community in Magnuson Park, extending into NE Seattle and beyond.



SPACE values integrity, inclusiveness, respect, diversity, and our commitment to supporting the arts. We believe engaging our differences makes our community stronger. We welcome and honor the unique contributions of people from all racial, ethnic, religious and socioeconomic backgrounds, gender identities, mental and physical capabilities, and sexual orientations.




Gabrielle Gerhard



Eric Zappa
Vice President


Nina Tsai McKay


Mark Patterson


Karina Kunins

Ginger Nordberg



Magnuson Park Gallery curates and presents exhibits from emerging and established local artists and outside collections, hosting events such as artist talks and show receptions. It intends to provide a public and accessible forum for visual arts. It is also available as a rental space for pop-up exhibits and other events. The gallery also organizes the Plein Air Arts Festival and the Building 30W Open Studios

SPACE 101.1 FM broadcasts out of Building 138 in Magnuson Park. There are 30 volunteer-produced programs, in addition to SPACE MIX, a tailored blend of new music, vintage alternative rock, classic R&B, and local music. The signal broadcasts to about a 10-mile radius of the University of Washington radio tower. It also streams online at NW Orbit is a program spotlighting northwest musicians each month. Magnuson Park Live! is a recurring live music event, recorded for audio to air on the station and video for the station’s YouTube Channel.

Your Programming Ideas

Do you have arts or cultural activities and events you'd like to see in the park? Please send us your ideas



Your support makes all of this (and much more) possible.

Please make a tax-deductible donation today and include the arts of Magnuson Park in your future giving plans.









Project 18, 2002, Lead Pencil Studio

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