The Woolworth Windows downtown has morphed over the years as an art venue. Once run by the City of Tacoma, then by Tacoma Contemporary, and now by the City again as part of the Spaceworks temporary-art-in-empty-spaces program, the space has also been on-again-off-again in terms of the art quality. I’ve seen brilliant installations by renowned artists, but I’ve also seen completely lame student exhibits that make no use of the big, shallow space whatsoever.
But the big bonus of the Windows is that it’s always free, 24/7. Occupying the street frontage of this former department store, the art space …