In this issue:
- The mayor names Vincent Kitch to lead the Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs.
- We’re seeking an artist to develop a permanent, site-integrated or free-standing art project for Fire Station 20 in Seattle’s Queen Anne neighborhood.
- Join us to dedicate a new artwork and meet the artist at the grand opening of Fire Station 38 in Seattle’s Hawthorne Hills neighborhood.
- Seattle printmaking hot spot Sev Shoon Arts Center is featured at Seattle City Hall with an exhibition of more than 30 artworks by 10 Northwest artists.
- We’re seeking two interns to work closely with our communications team and to provide administrative support for the department.
- Watch the video online of a panel discussion exploring the intersections of race, class and the environment, presented by the Seattle Art Museum (SAM) and the Cascade Land Conservancy.
- Dance and sing along to non-stop Irish music at Irish Festival.
- Visit the Intiman Theatre or see some “Twisted Flicks” from the comfort of your couch on Art Zone with Nancy Guppy this month.
Image: Barbara Bruch, The Game (detail), 2006, collagraph chine collé print, 8″ x 12″. Photo courtesy of the artist.