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2015 Artists Up: Native Artist Series April 20, 2015 Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center The Artists Up (AU) collaborative and host partner Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center welcomed approximately 70 multi-generational Native artists from Seattle, King County and outlying areas for its final informational and networking session on April 20th. After a blessing and a […][More]
Posted: May 6th, 2015 under Art Beat, Events.
Tags: African American, artists, Artists Up, asian, asian american, black, daybreak star indian cultural center, hispanic, Latino, native american, networking
June 1, 2015, 1 – 6 p.m. Mad Art, South Lake Union 325 Westlake Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109 A half-day exploration of cultural space issues: Where is Seattle’s Next Arts Neighborhood? Seattle’s arts-rich neighborhoods are changing. New developments are increasing occupancy costs and decreasing the portfolio of older, smaller, more eccentric spaces. Multiple changes […][More]
Valentine’s Day will be here before you know it. Really, how is it February already? Whether you’re in a relationship, single or “it’s complicated”, we have the ultimate arts-filled event guide for you. Go on an art walk! Three neighborhoods will be showcasing art this February 14th: Ballard Art Walk, Central District Art Walk, or […][More]
Each spring, Capitol Hill Housing hosts a public forum for the community to discuss an issue relevant to the neighborhood. Returning May 20, the focus will be on forming an Arts District on Capitol Hill, and speakers include Seattle Arts Commission chair, Michael Seiwerath and Office of arts & Culture cultural space liaison, Matthew Richter. […][More]
The Neighborhood & Community Arts (NCA) program supports Seattle’s neighborhood arts councils and community groups that produce events to promote arts and cultural participation and build community. In 2014, the program provided $1,200 each to 42 groups to support annual public festivals and events. April only has one event, but it’s going to be great: […][More]
The Neighborhood & Community Arts (NCA) program supports Seattle’s neighborhood arts councils and community groups that produce events to promote arts and cultural participation and build community. In 2014, the program provided $1,200 each to 42 groups to support annual public festivals and events. February has three events coming up: a film festival, improvised music […][More]
On Friday, January 17, the Office of Arts & Culture hosted our first Seattle Youth Artspace Summit, bringing over 20 youth arts organizations to the table to discuss the idea of a shared flagship facility, large enough to house multiple groups and central enough to draw from all of the city. The Office hosted the […][More]
Save the Date: March 7-8, 2014 Waterfront Seattle and its partners will organize a conference on the intersections between art, design, and play in the city beginning March 7 with a keynote talk, and continuing on Saturday March 8. The conference will bring together artists, designers, historians, and advocates to look at the issue of […][More]
From increased investments in arts education and cultural space, to celebrating the 40th anniversary of our 1% for Art program, to welcoming Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute into the Office, 2013 was a dramatic year of growth and development and we look forward to an even more exciting 2014. In our expanded area of youth […][More]
Have plans for your lunch break on Friday, January 24? You do now! Join the Seattle Symphony for a free lunchtime community concert at Seattle City Hall. Stilian Kirov will conduct the Symphony in two works by Mendelssohn: his Violin Concerto in E minor, Op. 64; and selections from A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Op. 21. […][More]