Archive for 'News'
February marks the beginning of Black History Month, but residents of Seattle are able to celebrate and learn about the rich cultural history of Blacks and African-Americans all year long. In honor of Black History Month we have compiled a few events to mark on your calendar in February and throughout the year. Northwest African […][More]
Posted: February 2nd, 2016 under Art Beat, Equity, Events, Gallery, Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute, News.
Tags: barry Johnson, Black History Month, emp museum, intiman theater, lunch + learn, northwest african american museum, Public Art, seattle presents gallery, seattle theater group, spectrum dance theater
Seattle Center is expanding their investments in temporary artworks with the new Poetry Garden Art Series Four artists have been commissioned to create temporary interventions in the Seattle Center Poetry Garden to call attention to the unique character of the site, a space designed to ask visual artists to draw inspiration from the written word. […][More]
Posted: January 27th, 2016 under Art Beat, eNews, News, Public Art.
Tags: 2016 Poetry Garden art series, Elizabeth Gahan, Naoko Morisawa, natalie ball, Porchlit, Public Art, Seattle Center, seattle center poetry garden, tara tamaribuchi, temporary art
Kristi serves as ARTS’ Youth Funding Project Manager and has a passion for cultural preservation, youth empowerment and community advocacy. Kristi is a former Arts Education Manager of the Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute and Education Manager for the Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience. Her innovation in bridge-building amongst schools, families […][More]
This month the Office of Arts & Culture welcomes three new arts commissioners: artist Juan Alonso-Rodriguez; Steve Galatro, executive director of Pratt Fine Arts Center and Cassie Chin, deputy executive director at the Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience. All three bring a wealth of arts and cultural experience to the commission. […][More]
The Office of Arts & Culture in partnership with Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) and the Department of Finance and Administrative Services (FAS) will commission artist Wayne Chabre to design and install a new site specific artwork for the new Cedar Falls Administration Building at the Cedar River Watershed. Chabre will work collaboratively with Cedar Falls […][More]
Posted: October 29th, 2015 under Art Beat, News, Public Art.
Tags: cedar falls administration building, cedar river watershed, department of finance and administrative services, Seattle Public Utilities, site specific artwork, wayne chabre
Excerpted from GuildNotes, a quarterly newsletter from the National Guild for Community Arts Education, is an article from Renée Watson, former associate director of professional development for DreamYard Project in the Bronx. In Beginning the Journey Toward Social Justice Watson discusses ways in which systemic oppression can manifest within our institutions and why a […][More]
Mayor Ed Murray delivered his 2016 Proposed Budget to the City Council today, and I am pleased to inform you that he has proposed increased investments in arts and culture. The Office’s core programing is made possible through the 1% for Art ordinance and Admissions Tax allocation. With this proposed budget, Mayor Murray has outlined […][More]
I’m thrilled to introduce our 2014 Report to the Community – in an all-new digital format. While I’m a little abashed about publishing a 2014 report when we’re three-quarters of the way through 2015 already, I think this one was worth the wait. The Office of Arts & Culture has been publishing a paper Report […][More]
Posted: September 17th, 2015 under Art Beat, Arts Education, Creative Advantage, Cultural Space, eNews, Equity, Funding, Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute, Public Art.
Tags: grants, Public Art, report to the community
This fall the Office of Arts & Culture is opening the 2016 Neighborhood & Community Arts program in conjunction with a new pilot program created in partnership with Seattle Parks and Recreation, Put the Arts in Parks. Both grant programs support and encourage the vibrant cultural work being done in and by communities throughout Seattle. […][More]
Posted: September 10th, 2015 under Art Beat, eNews, Funding, NCA.
Tags: grant, guidelines translation, neighborhood & community arts grant, put the arts in parks grant, Seattle Parks and Recreation, Seattle Parks District
The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture and Seattle Neighborhood Greenways is offering a Free family friendly bike tour
Saturday, September 26 Tour Time: 12:30 – 4 p.m. Tour starts: Salmon Bay Natural Area, 3419 N.W. 54th St. (Map It). Meet at the artwork A Salish Welcome at the west end of The Canal’s parking lot. Street parking is located north of NW 54th St. Grab your helmets and join us for a FREE […][More]
Posted: September 4th, 2015 under Art Beat, Events, News, Public Art.
Tags: ballard, belltown, bicycle tour, bike tour, Martin Oliver, Olympic Sculpture Park, Roger Fernandes, salmon bay, Seattle Art Museum, seattle neighborhood greenways