Archive for 'eNews'
Our weekly round-up of arts and culture news in the greater Seattle area. Arts in the News Art Space and Race: How did affordable artist housing in Seattle’s least-white neighborhoods end up more than 80 percent white? “Demand for artist housing in Seattle is incredible.There are a thousand artists on the waiting list for Hiawatha […][More]
Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute (LHPAI) presents In the Land of Rain & Salmon: Jewish Voices of the Northwest: 1880-1920, Sunday, June 2. Coordinated by Washington State Jewish Historical Society, the event takes place at LHPAI, which was originally the Chevra Bikur Cholim synagogue. “Imagine hearing your grandfather’s voice for the first time in 30 […][More]
Posted: May 1st, 2013 under Art Beat, eNews, Events, Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute.
Tags: Budo Dance Theater, In the Land of Rain & Salmon: Jewish Voices of the Northwest, Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute
Arts mean business in Seattle. See photographs by teen members of Seattle’s Somali community. Free summer concerts on City Hall’s outdoor plaza kick off at noon, July 12, with Wheedle’s Groove. Elizabeth Conner’s artworks Painting and Sculpting the Land and Drawing the Land will be dedicated at the Jefferson Park Jubilee. John Grade will create […][More]
Posted: June 29th, 2012 under Art Beat, eNews, News.
Tags: Arts & Social Change, Arts and Economic Properity, Arts Education, arts education planning meetings, artwork, Billy O'Neill, City Hall Gallery, community meetings, Dedication, Elizabeth Conner, Jefferson Park, John Grade, Lower Mapes Creek, new staff, Rainier Valley, Seattle Arts Commission, Seattle Public Schools
Our director Vincent Kitch talks about preserving cultural space. Performance artworks illustrate how local artists are contributing to the discussion about our local waterways. Kelly Pajek joins the public art team. We invite you to join the statewide campaign celebrating and promoting arts education for Arts Education Month. See artwork by members of the Columbia […][More]
Posted: May 7th, 2012 under Art Beat, Calls for Artists, eNews, News, Public Art.
Tags: Arts Education Monthy, artworks, calls, City Hall Gallery, Columbia City Gallery, Cultural Facilities Program, cultural space, Gallery, hidden hazards in the arts, performances, Public Art, workshop
Our director Vincent Kitch celebrates 50 years of arts in Seattle and The Next Fifty. We’re seeking artists to create temporary art installations along Greenwood Avenue North and the Central Waterfront. We’re also seeking an artist to develop artwork for the Lower Mapes Creek Restoration Project in Rainier Beach. We’re opening a new Cultural Facilities […][More]
Posted: April 10th, 2012 under Art Beat, eNews, Events, News, Public Art.
Tags: brown bag, Calls for artists, Cultural Facilities Program, King Street Station, Mapes Creek, Rebar, Seattle Center, temporary artworks, the Next 50, The World's Fair, workshop
Check out our March eNews, with information about upcoming arts education community meetings, funded CityArtists, opportunties to join our team, a new exhibition documenting family homelessness, and more. Check it out here.[More]
Seattle School Board candidates talk arts education. Shunpike will launch the Artist Space Assistance Program. The deadline for the 2012 CityArtist Projects funding program is coming up fast. Mark your calendar for Dec. 6 and 7 to participate in the two-day, free event Cultural Space Seattle. Theatre Puget Sound unveils the Melissa Hines Award. Read […][More]
Posted: October 31st, 2011 under Art Beat, eNews.
Tags: artist space, artist space assistance program, Arts Education, candidates, CityArtist Projects, cultural space, Cultural Space Seattle, Melissa Hines Award, school board, shunpike, Theatre Puget Sound
Our director Vincent Kitch talks about art adventures and budget. The 2012 CityArtist Projects funding program for individual artists is now open. Learn about our Neighborhood & Community Arts (NCA) funding program. We’re seeking two artists to create semi-permanent, site-specific installations for Seattle City Light’s North and South Service Centers. Stokley Towles’ does a free, […][More]
Join Mayor Mike McGinn to celebrate Seattle’s creative community and the award recipients of the 9th annual Mayor’s Arts Awards, 4 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 1, at Seattle Center’s North Fountain Lawn. Community groups planning a neighborhood arts or cultural event in 2012 can apply for funding through the Neighborhood & Community Arts program. We’ll open […][More]
Posted: September 1st, 2011 under Art Beat, eNews, News.
Tags: Art Zone, CityArtist Projects, conservation, exhibition, Mayor's Arts Awards, Neighborhood & Community Arts, Public Art, Seattle Art Museum, Seattle as Collector, Seattle Channel
Seattle Public Schools just announced a $1 million planning grant to enhance arts instruction in the schools. We opened two calls for artists. The 2011 Mayor’s Arts Awards are coming up soon. The Seattle Mural at Seattle Center’s Mural Amphitheatre is getting a facelift. And Pioneer Square’s Occidental Square has turned into an experimental art gallery. […][More]
Posted: August 8th, 2011 under Art Beat, Arts Education, Calls for Artists, eNews, Events, Mayor's Arts Awards, News, Public Art, Seattle Presents.
Tags: artist-in-residence, Arts Education, ARTSPARKS, Calls for artists, City Hall, City Hall galleries, concerts, conservation, exhibition, grant, Mayor's Arts Awards, Occidental Square, Only in Seattle, Public Art, public art roster, Seattle, Seattle as Collector, Seattle City Light, Seattle Comprehensive Plan, Seattle Mural, Seattle Presents, Seattle Public Schools, Vitality Index, Wallace Foundation