The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture in partnership with Path with Art and Downtown Seattle Association (DSA) and Metropolitan Improvement District (MID) are celebrating the end of summer in the park with the Path with Art Singers and a poetry reading! Path with Art offers programming to people recovering from homelessness, addiction, and other […][More]
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
We are so happy to share the news that Larry Mizell Jr. is our new Digital Media Specialist for the Office of Arts & Culture! You may know Larry from his “My Philosophy” column in the The Stranger, and his Sunday night hip-hop show on KEXP. In addition he has worked social media for a number […][More]
Posted: September 1st, 2015 under Art Beat.
The Office of Arts & Culture has some exciting staff updates! We are re-organizing how the public art team is structured, and shifting some roles and responsibilities. Jason Huff is now working as our Project Management lead, supervising the work of the project managers and working on project direction and development. Deborah Paine is the […][More]
Sadly, Seattle lost another art icon this week with the death of Rolon Bert Garner; he was 75. Garner attended the Museum Art School in Portland and was founder and visual arts director for the Seattle Bumbershoot summer arts festival and for many years was arts director of the historic Two Bells Tavern in Seattle. […][More]
Posted: August 19th, 2015 under Art Beat.
Seattle Center Sculpture Walk, August 24, 2015 – January 3, 2016 Art Interruptions: Central Area Neighborhood Greenway, September 4, 2015 – January 3, 2016 Temporary art installation programs from the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture return for fall, 2015 with two locations and 14 works of art. Art Interruptions offers ephemeral moments of surprise […][More]
Mayor Edward B. Murray, the Seattle Arts Commission and the Office of Arts & Culture invite you to the MAYOR’S ARTS AWARDS CEREMONY 4 p.m., Friday, September 4 Mural Amphitheatre, Seattle Center HONORING Cultural Ambassador: Dr. Robin K. Wright Arts & Innovation: Akio Takamori Cultural Preservation: Densho Future Focus: Seattle Jazzed Creative Industries: Daniel Brown […][More]
On Monday, July 27, 80 artists, arts administrators, and arts admirers found refuge from the heat in the Frye Art Museum for the kick-off mixer of a new group – the Seattle Arts Leadership Team (SALT). I walked into the Frye café and joined the group of people circling around guest speakers Nancy Chang, director […][More]
Seattle Art Museum (Downtown) 1300 First Ave. Seattle, WA 98101 August 20, 2015; 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Register Now! http://www.seattleartmuseum.org/visit/calendar/events?EventId=35411 We are excited to announce Gilda Sheppard as keynote speaker for the upcoming Creative Advantage School Partnership Summer Institute! This interactive one-day workshop invites participants to gain skills and knowledge applicable to their work […][More]
Posted: August 11th, 2015 under Art Beat, Arts Education, Events.
Tags: Creative advantage school partnership summer institute, gilda sheppard, professional development, Seattle Art Museum, teacher training, The Creative Advantage
The Office of Arts & Culture in partnership with Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) has selected artist Charles Sowers to be a member of the design team for the proposed Northgate Pedestrian and Bicycle Bridge Project. Sowers will work with SDOT and project designers to develop and design artistic elements that will be integrated into […][More]