Held every other year, the Bellwether art exhibition turns downtown Bellevue into a showcase of sculpture. This year, Bellwether is being held until Oct. 9 and features 32 pieces in downtown Bellevue by local and international artists.
Three art walks are held on the first Friday of every month, with the last one scheduled for Oct. 7. During the art walks, “40 more time-based artists, including contemporary dancers, installation pieces, musicians and relational artists will perform,” according to the city of Bellevue website.
While the art walk starts at City Hall, the exhibits are numbered ascending from Downtown Park. The first sculptures can be found on the northeastern end of the park away from the construction, along NE 8th to the pedestrian corridor between Bellevue Square and the Bellevue Transit Center. Ending at City Hall, numerous exhibits are in the building to the north of City Hall proper with four exhibits on the grounds around City Hall.
More information can be found on the City of Bellevue website. ( https://goo.gl/b6H5b0 )