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For An Art Walk Doomed, The Show Must Go On

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Despite a down economy and a struggling Seattle art scene, many still make the pilgrimage through the First Thursday Art Walk in Pioneer Square, Seattle.

Despite a down economy and a struggling Seattle art scene, many still make the pilgrimage through the First Thursday Art Walk in Pioneer Square, Seattle.

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  • An unidentified artists sketches in Post Alley, along the First Thursday Art Walk in Pioneer Square.
  • Entrance to the historic 619 Western artist studios.
  • First Thursday pilgrims exploring 619 Western, Pioneer Square.
  • An unidentified artist paints an unidentified human canvas in 619 Western.
  • Outside Studio X-17 in 619 Western
  • First Thursday Art Walk pilgrims exploring Studio X-17 in 619 Western.
  • A street artist and self-proclaimed “starving artist” peddles his wares at the end of the First Thursday Art Walk route through Pioneer Square, Seattle.
  • A street artist and self-proclaimed “starving artist” peddles his wares at the end of the First Thursday Art Walk route through Pioneer Square, Seattle.
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