Luma Events

Luma is now open and our Grand Opening is just around the corner!

Take a peek at some of our past events and register to receive updates on future happenings as well.

Luma’s Pike/Pine Cocktail Series

Come experience Luma and meet local Capitol Hill bartenders as they showcase how to prepare the hottest fall and winter cocktails.

Tues, October 13, 6 – 8 pm:
Philadelphia Fish House Punch

Seattle’s favorite Bartender Ryan Lobe will demonstrate how to make this historic rum based drink. Attendees will walk away with insights and Ryan’s custom recipe to create this famed punch for entertaining guests of their own.

Philadelphia Fish House Punch was first concocted in 1732 at Philadelphia’s fishing club, the State in Schuylkill, also known as the “Fish House.” America’s first President, George Washington, was also known to be fond of a drink or two, and sometimes more.

Drink presentations will kick off at 6:15 & 7:15 and light apps will be available.

Capitol Hill October Art Walk at Luma

Thursday Oct 8th: 5 – 8 pm
October’s Featured artist: Jan Slawson

Jan Slawson’s paintings are in the versatile acrylic medium painted on canvas, combining a fusion of form, color, line and rhythm inspired initially by the artists of the late 19th and early 20th centuries who broke out of the mold of realism into impressionism and abstract painting.  Her paintings reflect a vivid palette that blends color and line to create a composition that is independent from realism, but evokes emotion with the inspiration from unique forms, sculpture, nature and mood. 

More of her works can be seen at

Stay tuned to get a sneak peek of Luma’s artists in the November and December months!
November 12th, Brent Smith Photography
December 10th, Photographer, Jules Frazier of Sugar Shoots

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September Art Walk at Luma

Thanks to all those that came out for the September Art Walk with Luma Artist, Celeste Cooning! In case you missed it, a bit about Celeste:

A pervading interest in pattern and ornament led me to explore cut paper. The medium facilitates a particular response to material, shape, light, and space. The hand-cut nature is an important aspect of the work. The mindfulness of making permits breath amidst the rigors of my daily life. Ideally, the work exudes this same breath when experienced.

More information on Celeste’s work can be found on her website,

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Luma Sponsors Outdoor Cinema

Luma’s staff is having fun participating at local summer events, including Pride, Capitol Hill Block Party and Capitol Hill Art walk. On August 7th, Luma sponsored Three Dollar Bill Outdoor Cinema’s showing of The Princess Bride. Luma was on site at Cal Anderson Park, providing popcorn and Oculus Rift demonstrations of the Luma virtual reality experience. Enjoy a few snaps below.

Three Dollar Bill Outdoor Cinema

Friday, August 7, Evening

“Hello. My name is Inigo Montoya…”

Luma is excited to be a sponsor of the 2015 Three Dollar Bill Outdoor Cinema. This summer’s theme is “bedtime stories.” The Luma team will be onsite at Cal Anderson Park for the first film, cult classic The Princess Bride. Grab your blanket and head over to the park, but make sure to come visit us. We’ll have movie snacks and surprises, and the Oculus on hand to try out… as you wish.

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We are happy to announce that Luma is 100% sold out. If you are interested in any future opportunities that may arise, please contact us. 

Thank you for your interest in Luma. Please provide us with the information below and we will follow up. If you prefer to contact us directly, please email or give us a call at 206.749.5862.