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The Steven Holl-designed first-floor Forum at Bellevue Arts Museum is one of King County’s most impressive public architectural spaces. With free admission, visitors can engage with a series of rotating exhibits, exemplifying the best in art, craft and design from the North West and beyond. Exhibits are displayed in the Forum for 18 months, and several have been commissioned directly for the space as site-specific artworks.
View work by Holly Ballard Martz, Ko Kirk Yamihara, Joey Veltkamp, Morgan Madison, Piotr Szyhalski, Richard Barlow, Elizabeth Jameson and Dylan Neuwirth. In addition to the Museum’s distinctive exterior, admire works by Amanda Manitach, Henry Jackson Spiker, George Rodriguez and Oscar Tuazon, and in our parking garage, a mural by Damien Gilley.
Capacity: 20 The Museum is wheelchair accessible and an induction loop is provided for the benefit of hearing aid users at Guest Services.