Lynnwood Arts Commission
c/o Fred Wong
PO Box 5008
Lynnwood, WA 98046
Welcome! The Lynnwood Arts Commission invites you to explore the various visual and performing arts in Lynnwood.
The Lynnwood Arts Commission supports universal access to diverse arts to enrich our community’s quality of life and economic vitality by:
- Advocating for lifelong learning in creativity and the arts
- Promoting artists and arts opportunities
- Encouraging openness and inclusion
- Building community and a sense of place
Shakespeare in the Park
7pm | Lynndale Park Amphitheater
Pack some snacks, bring a blanket and head on down to Lynndale Park (18927 72nd Ave W, Lynnwood) for an evening of Shakespeare performed by professional theatre troupes Wooden O Theatre and GreenStage. Perfect for the whole family - rain or shine! All performances begin at 7pm and are free (suggested donation $5).
The City of Lynnwood Parks, Recreation and Cultural Arts Department thanks our partners: GreenStage, and the Seattle Shakespeare Company.
Visit the Shakespeare in the Park webpage for the 2017 schedule.
Photo: GreenStage performing A Midsummer's Night Dream
Our art gallery spaces showcase regional artists year round, including exhibits at Lynnwood City Hall, and Lynnwood Recreation Center. For more information about the shows, and how to apply to show at these spaces, click here.
"Farmers Market" by Jerry Steffen (photo by artist)
Art in Lynnwood
Gentle Encounter by Louise Mcdowell
Located at Heritage Park
Photographed by Bruce Coxley
Public Art Collection
The City of Lynnwood’s Public Art Collection currently is made up of 23 large site specific pieces and over 120 portable works such as paintings, photographs and prints. The collection is maintained by the Lynnwood Arts Commission and can be found carefully displayed throughout municipal buildings, parks and public spaces throughout the city. A self-guided, walking tour is avaiable to view a small sample of that fine collection of art. For interior art pieces, all city building are open 10am to 5pm, Monday to Friday, except holidays. Walking Art Tour
Our new artwork was created by 6th grade students at Cedar Valley Community School. They worked with artist Amaranta Ibarra, and created art based on nature. Their artwork forms the designs that wrap the traffic signal boxes at 196th and Scriber Lake Rd.
WEEKLY ART CLUB - ENDED FOR 2016
The Latino Art Club is open to all K-8th grade students. This free Saturday morning art club meets weekly through June to explore and create traditional Latino art forms. Click here for more details.