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Tag: 1962 World’s Fair

Performances celebrate water for Seattle Center’s ‘The Next Fifty,’ begin May 4

From rainwater traveling through Seattle’s sewer system to water’s healing power, we presents three performance artworks that illustrate how local artists are contributing to the discussion about our local waterways. The performances are part of several temporary artworks commissioned by the Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs that address environmental sustainability for The Next Fifty, […]

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Artworks for Seattle Center’s ‘The Next Fifty’ open tomorrow, Earth Day artists panel Sunday

Artists Adam Frank, Mandy Greer and Stacy Levy each will present temporary artworks that address environmental sustainability for The Next Fifty, the 50th anniversary celebration of the 1962 World’s Fair, opening tomorrow, April 21. Read more about their artworks here.   Hear the artists talk about their artworks at a panel discussion for The Next Fifty’s Earth Day […]

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Artist panel on sustainability at Seattle Center’s The Next Fifty, April 22

Artists Adam Frank, Mandy Greer and Stacy Levy will each present temporary artworks that address environmental sustainability for The Next Fifty, the 50th anniversary celebration of the 1962 World’s Fair. Hear the artists talk about their artworks at a panel discussion for The Next Fifty’s Earth Day Celebration, 2 to 3:30 p.m., Sunday, April 22, […]

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Message from the director: Celebrating 50 years of arts in Seattle and The Next Fifty

The 1962 World’s Fair put Seattle on the map, and this year Seattle Center celebrates the fair’s 50th anniversary with The Next Fifty. Six months of artworks, events and activities at the Center April 21 through Oct. 21 will mark the legacy the fair left to the region and the opportunities that lie ahead. For […]

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