DabbleLab at [storefront] Olson Kundig

Location Seattle, Washington
Director Kirsten R. Murray

A workshop offering low-commitment classes on a range of subjects, DabbleLab was inspired by Circuit Chautauquas, a popular adult education movement in the 1920s that brought culture and entertainment to rural communities in the form of temporary attractions held in tent-like structures. Musicians, teachers, artisans, philosophers and dreamers shared their passions and talents in short, entertaining sessions.

DabbleLab brought knowledge sharing and social engagement to Pioneer Square by inviting the public to teach and learn during lunch hours and after-work classes. Catered mainly to adults, DabbleLab provided a community resource for those wishing to explore new skills and engage in hobbies at an introductory level.

Research and exploration are high priorities for us. [storefront] gave us the chance to engage in the type of experimentation that has us exploring different interpretations of the term “architecture.”

Kirsten R. Murray Director
Loading Next Up...
Next up... Wasatch House
Clear all filters










Show Filters
Projects Media

Filter archive by
projects or media

Edit Done

Your clippings

Mail link Copied Could not copy Clear Clippings Save
Save your clippings to share or retrieve them later
View Fullscreen
View, edit and share your clippings here
Could not load page. The content may have been removed, or there may be a problem with your connection. Close

You are using an out-dated browser

Please update your browser. We recommend Google Chrome