Naramore Art Show

Summary: Come out to Seattle Art Museum and see student art at the Naramore Art Show April 8 - May 14, 2023

Naramore Art Show 2023

After three years, Naramore has a live exhibition at the Seattle Art Museum again! 

The Naramore Art Show celebrates over 200 artworks by our middle and high school students at the Seattle Art Museum’s Community Gallery.

Seattle Public Schools has held the Naramore Art Show since 1985 to celebrate the brilliance of our emerging artists and share their creativity with the greater Seattle community. We are also hosting a virtual exhibition on the Visual and Performing Arts webpage. Having live and virtual exhibitions gives more opportunities for more students and allows friends and family near and far to see these great works of art. Enjoy! 

Student Artwork
Art by Hannah Sheffer, Naramore 2021

Location: Seattle Art Museum, Community Gallery first floor corridor, 1300 First Ave, Seattle, WA 98101
Cost: FREE  
Live Exhibition Runs: April 8 – May 14, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays only 
Celebration and Teen Night Out: May 5, Celebratory Reception 6 p.m.; Teen Night Out 7 – 10 p.m. 
Virtual Exhibition Runs: April 17 to the end of the school year.

Naramore on the Seattle Art Museum website.

Why do we call it Naramore?

Seattle Public Schools has held the Naramore Art Show since 1985 to celebrate the success of our arts students and share their learning with our community.

Floyd A. Naramore, whose name is honored by this exhibition, was a visionary architect who invested deeply in his community and in the education of our students. He designed over 22 schools, including Roosevelt, Garfield and Cleveland high schools, and several middle school buildings.

2023 Naramore Galleries

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