Where was the exhibit?

Vital 5 Productions recently transformed the 23,000 square foot third floor of historic King Street Station into a semi-industrial exhibition space. Located in Pioneer Square - the center of Seattle's arts district - this new exhibition center hosts over 600 lineal feet of exhibition wall space, spacious concrete floors, soaring ceilings and brilliant views in all directions.

Built in 1904 by the design firm Reed and Stem (later recognized for designing Grand Central Terminal in Manhattan), and inspired by the San Marco clock tower in Venice Italy, King Street Station is an opulent example of decorative turn of the century arts and crafts.

Located at 303 S. Jackson Street*, King Street Station is accessible by train, light rail and ground transit.

The exhibition ran from March 3 to April 3 in 2016.

King Street Station and Its Clocktower