Archive for 'Gallery'
Cultural Perspectives: Recent acquisitions featuring 45 Pacific Northwest artists in a three part exhibition at the Seattle Municipal Tower Gallery Part 1: April 8 – June 29, 2016 Part 2: July 1 – September 30, 2016 Part 3: October 4 – December 29, 2016 Seattle Municipal Tower Gallery, 3rd Floor; Reception for Part 1, April […][More]
Seattle Office of Arts & Culture presents Remembrance by Jasmine Brown, part of the Dialogues in Art: Exhibitions on Racial Injustice series
March 14 – May 13, 2016 at Seattle Presents Gallery in the Seattle Municipal Tower; Reception April 7 from 5:30 – 7 p.m.; artist talk May 12 at noon. SEATTLE (March 8, 2016) —This spring the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture (ARTS) will feature Remembrance, a residency with artist Jasmine Brown in the […][More]
March 2 – May 2, 2016; Reception March 1st from 4 to 6 p.m. SEATTLE, (February 29, 2016) —The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture presents Real Change Portrait Project, an exhibition featuring portraits of Seattle Real Change newspaper vendors, in the Seattle City Hall Gallery, March 2 through May 2, 2016. “In the […][More]
Upcoming exhibitions at the Seattle Municipal Tower Gallery, City Hall Gallery, and Seattle Presents Gallery Real Change Agents Portrait Project City Hall Lobby and Anne Focke Gallery March 2 – May 2, 2016 The Real Change Agents Portrait Project is a series of portraits of Seattle newspaper vendors, many of whom are either homeless, […][More]
Posted: February 8th, 2016 under Art Beat, Gallery, Seattle Presents.
Tags: city hall lobby gallery, jasmine brown, mark mitchell, real change, Seattle Municipal Tower Gallery, seattle presents gallery, shaun scott
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
Celebrating Native American Heritage Month Friday, November 6 | 12-1 p.m. Bertha Knight Landes Room at City Hall 600 4th Ave, Seattle, WA 98104 Please join us for a special Lunch + Learn, celebrating Native American Heritage Month. Several artists from local tribes including Joseph (wahalatsu?) Seymour, Jr, who are engaged in public art projects for the city will […][More]
Seattle City Light, the nation’s greenest utility, has been a supporter of the city’s public art program, and its portable artwork collection since the city adopted a 1% for Art ordinance in 1973. The city’s Portable Works Collection is a rotating collection of artworks in all media including sculpture, site-specific commissions, painting, mixed media, prints, […][More]
Posted: October 8th, 2015 under Art Beat, Gallery, Seattle Presents.
Tags: ann focke galleries, City Hall Gallery, ethnic heritage arts gallery, portable works collection, Seattle City Light, Seattle Municipal Tower Gallery, seattle presents gallery
The VERA Project, an all-ages volunteer-fueled music and arts venue, is celebrating its 14th year of operation as Seattle’s first and foremost producer of all-ages music concerts in Seattle! Vera’s mission is to foster a participatory creative culture through popular music concerts, arts programs, experiential learning and volunteer opportunities for all ages, especially youth. The […][More]
Seattle Municipal Tower Gallery, City Hall Gallery, Ethnic Heritage Gallery and Seattle Presents Gallery Seattle Downtown Historic Theater District City Hall Lobby and Anne Focke Gallery March 3 – April 30, 2015 The exhibition includes over 60 images, text and objects from the Seattle Downtown Historic Theater District, comprised of ACT – A Contemporary Theatre, […][More]
On April 17th, Universal Signs of Life goes up in the Ethnic Heritage Art Gallery in the Seattle Municipal Tower! This exhibit will feature new and selected paintings by Rajaa Gharbi. Rajaa Gharbi, a multidisciplinary artist, was raised in Tunisia, and has also lived in Morocco. She moves between Tunis and Seattle, where she creates […][More]