Artists' Studios in the Good Arts Building

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February 27, 2017

“Ghosts of Flesh Avenue” on view downstairs

Guest artist and honorary Biscaynito Amanda James Parker has installed her video homage to peep shows of yore in the storefront beneath ’57 Biscayne studios. More here, at the Good...

Gabriel Campanario in action, sketching the Good Arts Building

May 4, 2016

Seattle Sketcher features ’57 Biscayne Artists

It’s been a week of viaduct stories in the Seattle media, including a resurgence of interest in the old 619 Western building, as in, “Say, whatever happened to those artists?” ...

'57 Biscayne, studio for rent, pioneer square, community, affordable art space

April 6, 2016

Studio for Rent

UPDATE 4/13/16: This space has been rented. To be in the loop about upcoming opportunities, please join our mailing list. We are looking to add a fabulously creative Biscaynito to...

New owners Steve Coulter, Jane Richlovsky, & Greg Smith (not pictured: Ali Ghambari, who was visiting family in Tehran and thus unable to order a martini)

January 14, 2016

The Good Arts Building

On December 15,  2015, the building housing ’57 Biscayne (historically known as the Scheuerman Building) officially passed into the hands of Good Arts LLC,  a collaboration between four entities: artist...

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November 17, 2015

When Artists Get Together They Talk About Real Estate

As cities across the nation struggle with the displacement of culture by rising real estate prices, the conversation seems to be stuck on the idea of artists as hapless victims...