An Artists' Cooperative

A/NT Gallery is an artists' cooperative founded in Seattle, October 1988 and has been a Washington State not-for-profit corporation since July 1989.

 

ORIGINAL LOCATION

1936 Westlake Avenue

What became known as Art/ Not Terminal Gallery was originally conceived in 1987 as a three month long guerrilla art show that occupied and transformed an unused bus terminal in downtown Seattle into a “Peoples Art Gallery”.

Once the gallery opened, people wandered in from Seattle's busy downtown streets asking "where's the bus", and the artists told them they had lots of art, but no buses or terminal.

The name stuck— Art/Not Terminal a.k.a. A/NT Gallery.

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First ANT Gallery Opening October 1988 copy.jpg
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SECOND LOCATION   

2045 Westlake Avenue

1992 to 2016

 The home of Art/Not Terminal Gallery for over 25 years

The home of Art/Not Terminal Gallery for over 25 years

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 Art/Not Terminal's cavernous lower gallery at 2045 Westlake

Art/Not Terminal's cavernous lower gallery at 2045 Westlake

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 A/NT co-founder Lonny Johnson (left) in the middle gallery

A/NT co-founder Lonny Johnson (left) in the middle gallery

 

 Lonny Johnson with opening nighters in the entrance gallery

Lonny Johnson with opening nighters in the entrance gallery

 
 Last days of Art/Not Terminal at 2045 Westlake Avenue

Last days of Art/Not Terminal at 2045 Westlake Avenue

 

PRESENT LOCATION

Seattle Center

International

Fountain

Pavilion

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