Gallery Boom is a bustling hub for the arts in the South Sound Region. Gallery Boom moved to Olympia, WA in the summer of 2016 and opened October 1st 2016. They expanded into 5,000sqft of gallery, community art studio, rentable gallery space and class space. Gallery Boom currently has over 120 local artists from the South Sound.

Gallery Boom was the first all local art gallery in Tumwater, WA. It started in 2014 as part of the Tumwater Chamber of Commerce Business Incubator Program. It was located in the former Tumwater Chamber of Commerce Building in the Fred Meyer parking lot for two years. The BOOM in Gallery Boom came from the Island of Harmony Boom, an art project from former owner and artist P. Calavara and Christine Malek. The gallery started as a way to promote the books, stuffed creatures and other products of Hamony Boom. It developed into a dynamic and innovative way to promote and support local artists. The Tumwater gallery hosted art classes, events and a Sunday Art Market every Sunday during the summer.