Steampunk in Seattle: Flux Capacitor

After a successful Kickstarter campaign to get this show off the ground, Flux Capacitor, a Steampunk art show here in Seattle finally got off the ground this month. Located right in the heart of downtown Seattle at  Westlake Center, this art show is packed full of awesome Steampunk art and is worth a visit for anyone interested in seeing the metalwork of seven Steampunk artists across the US.

The show will continue until the end of May, giving you ample opportunity to head downtown and see the jewelry and sculpture for yourself. The event coincides with a host of metals exhibitions held in collaboration with the Society of North American Goldsmiths (SNAG) as part of their annual conference. On Friday, May 27th, SNAG will hold their gala, making it an especially good day to drop by, but any time before the end of May will permit you the opportunity to see these fine pieces.

To find the show, head to the third floor of Westlake Center near the monorail terminal. To learn more about the development of the show from doomed project to Kickstarter success, please visit Flux Capacitor’s blog.

One comment on “Steampunk in Seattle: Flux Capacitor

  1. Mr Bodewell says:

    I do find this notably musing as there was a NW punk band also named Flux Capacitor

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