Permanent Exhibits

The public is welcome to come and view the featured art during Convention Center regular business hours, Monday- Friday 8:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. The art can be viewed in the evenings and on weekends when the building is open for events.



A multi-colored heart sculpture outside the Lynnwood Convention Center




Love Your New Neighbor

Outside the 1st level entrance, guests can view artist BK Choi's sculpture, "Love Your New Neighbor." This 12-foot, heart shaped sculpture is covered in jogakbo, a traditional Korean wrapping cloth. Choi's jogakbo has pink, blue, green and yellow in honor of Lynnwood's Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Commission decals with the message "All Are Welcome."

“There is a traditional Korean handicraft -- an art form similar to a quilt -- called jogakbo. Jogak means a piece or a fragment, and bo means a cloth, or a covering or wrapping. As the name suggests, it’s composed of many different pieces of fabric, of all shapes, sizes and colors. But despite the irregularities and the differences, the pieces are balanced, and fit together harmoniously to create a whole that’s greater than the sum of its parts. This is what I tried to represent in my art installation. My hope is that Lynnwood continues to be the kind of place that welcomes new arrivals, and creates not only the physical space, but also the economic, social, and emotional space for them to thrive.” ~ Artist BK Choi
The south side of the Lynnwood Convention Center. Christmas lights adorn the inside of the building.
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Spectra

“Spectra”, by local artist Doug Hansen, stands 35 feet tall and is created from an array of steel, fused glass and fiber optics. This unique art piece is located just outside the Convention Center on the corner of 36th Ave. and 196th St. SW.
A large multi-colored floor. The floor is next to large, open windows. The hallway extends past the terra-pixel.
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Terrapixel

Just inside the 1st level entrance, guests can step onto Rick Mullarky’s interactive floor “Terrapixel”, a 64-glass tile installation that generates a light display, commemorating the Convention Center’s state-of-the-art design.
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