Another Tacoma Post Office Building ART WALK!


Join us August 21st from 5-9pm for another night of surprise happenings scattered throughout the vast hallways, and beautiful rooms of a historic Tacoma landmark. The Tacoma Post Office Building partners with Spaceworks to host an evening of art exhibits, open studios, short film screenings, plus a Spaceworks happy hour in the new event space Post Hall with DJ Schematik. Buzz has been steadily growing about the creative activation of this building and this event is your chance to explore it first-hand.

This event is all ages, open to the public, and FREE.

In June of this year, 300-400 people came out to the first Tacoma Post Office Building ART WALK. The night was a big success with a colorful array of artwork, performances, film screenings, mixing and mingling.  Check out this video of the nights events created by Joe Hunich and Duane Shrode:

This is a great opportunity for Tacoma to have a large, central space where artists can work side by side, events will bring the crowd, and businesses can prosper. These art walk events get people through the space, learning about the various rental opportunities, and imagining themselves running a studio or business within it. This event celebrates the creative use of an important building, and pushes forth the effort towards it becoming a true hub for the arts in Tacoma.

Art Exhibits
Mod Curio, Perry Porter, Sarah Casto, GJ Gillespie, Jennifer Chushcoff, Just 2 Guys Creative, Taylor Woodruff, Alana Tamminga, Erin Dengerink

Spaceworks Happy Hour in Post Hall event space
Beer & Wine Bar, Cheese & Crackers, Music by DJ Schematik

Open Studios
Kristin Giordano, Abby Kok, Katlyn Hubner, and Alex Schelhammer’s PolyRev Adventure Supply Co.

Ballerina Project Tacoma
Willow Eskridge, Kate Monthy, and Daniel Martin

Short Film Screenings
Isaac Olsen, Nick Butler of Turtledust Media

Spaceworks Tacoma would like to thank property owner A Street Associates and property manager Power Property Consultants for their generosity and partnership. Spaceworks Tacoma Funders include: Tacoma-Pierce County Chamber, City of Tacoma, Greater Tacoma Community Foundation, National Endowment for the Arts, Americans for the Arts, and Ovation TV.