The West Seattle Art Walk is a volunteer-led program, brought to you by the West Seattle Junction Association, a nonprofit 501(c)(3), and the West Seattle Arts Council.
Meet the Art Walk Coordinators
Audrey Zemke, our newest neighborhood coordinator, has lived in West Seattle 34 years; most of that in the Morgan Junction. She enjoys the small town feel of West Seattle with its unique businesses and and its proximity to nature. She became a volunteer with the West Seattle Art Walk in 2021. She is a photographer who has shown at local businesses over the year. She enjoys kayaking, reading, jazz, and talking walks in Lincoln Park.
Stefanie Haugen is founder of Resolve Chiropractic in the Morgan Junction. She is passionate about building community in support of the arts and small businesses.
Marie Flake came to Seattle for college, has lived in a number of neighborhoods, and has lived in West Seattle for the past 20 years. She participates in the Morgan Community Association (MoCA) from working with neighbors to plan and develop Solstice Park to now helping recruit businesses to join the Art Walk. When she’s not working at her “day job” in public health, you can find her exploring nooks, crannies and off-the-beaten-path parts of Seattle or the world, kayaking, bicycling or gardening.
Sofia Velling lived in West Seattle as a child, returning as an adult, and has been living in the Admiral District since October 2017. She currently serves as the Membership and Outreach position for the Admiral Neighborhood Association. In her day job, Sofia is a Staff Attorney at the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project. She loves coffee, Alki walks and consignment shopping in West Seattle.
Reeve Washburn, a 24-year resident of West Seattle, is a big fan of the West Seattle Junction Association, and is excited to serve as one of the Art Walk coordinators! She loves how Art Walk brings the neighborhood together to experience a wide variety of creative expressions, all while supporting small business and local artists’ work. Reeve brings to the committee her experience in creative project management from a career spent in brand design, and manages the Art Walk website, blog posts and the Artist Library. For her own creative outlet, Reeve is an artist and manages design and marketing for the Northwest Firelight Chorale, her former singing group. She lives in Endolyne with her husband Mark as recent emptynesters (son in college, daughter in law school) and Portuguese Water Dog Pepper.
(featured image by Amy Stone)