Bellwether Exhibition & Art Walk

Bellwether Exhibition & Art Walk


On view July 29th through October 9th

A bellwether is a sign of things to come. Each of the 32 artists with artwork on display herald a growing movement of great ideas and people coming together in Bellevue. Danielle Foushee from Phoenix, Arizona, explores the viridescent vision of the Grand Connection – an idea to create a park-like promenade from Lake Washington to the new Eastside Rail Corridor trail – in Delight in Green. QuintÌn Rivera-Toro from Cajuas, Puerto Rico, readjusts the public posture of repose into connection in Reunion. Overall, 56 permanent and temporary artworks mark this confluence at Bellevue City Hall, along the Pedestrian Corridor, and in the Downtown Park.


Cameron Anne Mason │ David Middlebrook │ Jae Hyo Lee │ Lisa Chen │ Ruth Beer │ Carol Gouthro │ Michael Johnson │ Leah Gerrard │ Elizabeth Groth │ Nicole Shaver │ Jorge Mansilla │ Victoria Heuston │ Brian Narus │ Tom Gormally │ Margery Amdur │ Amanda Salov │ Barry Scharf │ James Ellingboe │ Fabrizio Constanza │ Chico Santos │ Barbara De Pirro │ Elizabeth Harvey │ Danielle Foushee │ Anthony Heinz May │ Alan Fulle │ John Zylstra │ Quintín Rivera-Toro │ John Fleming │ Bill Kennedy

Art Walks

11:30am-1:30pm on August 5th, September 2nd and October 7th

Join us for free lunchtime art walks on the first Friday of each month. These events begin at City Hall Plaza and add dozens of performances and new voices to the Bellwether experience and are held in conjunction with the Bellevue Arts Museum Free First Friday.

Bellevue Arts Museum's Free First Friday program offers free admission to the Museum the first Friday of each month. The Museum has extended hours from 11AM- 8PM and offers special lectures, tours, presentations, and programming throughout the day.


Thursdays at 10am

Weekly guided tours are offered on Thursday beginning at 10am. Email to schedule a tour.

Located in Downtown Bellevue

450 110th Ave NE
WA 98004