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A/NT at the IFP
305 Harrison Street
Seattle,WA 98109

A/NT at the IFP (formerly known as Art/Not Terminal Gallery and A/NT Gallery) is a Seattle artists’ collective founded in October 1988. It is an entirely volunteer-run organization that serves the Puget Sound area by offering new exhibits every month, free to the public. A/NT can also offer gallery space to other cultural organizations in need of an exhibit or event venue.

The collective was originally called Art/Not Terminal because they were located in an old bus terminal, which the artists transformed into a gallery. People kept wandering in asking for the bus, and the artists had to tell them they had art, not a bus terminal. Thus, the name stuck: Art/Not Terminal.

In its 29-year history, A/NT at the IFP has provided support and space to thousands of emerging artists and disadvantaged artists in need of an exhibit space. The gallery offers education and mentoring on business practices, gallery display, art reproduction, and other subjects related to careers in the arts. Since it’s a non-juried space, the gallery doesn’t turn away any artists, regardless of ability or background.


Wednesday - Sunday 11am – 6pm

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