Tag: City Hall Gallery
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 Seattle Police Department (SPD) will present an exhibition of two different employee development projects sponsored by the Seattle Police Foundation, on view at City Hall May 2 through June 28. An opening reception for the exhibition will be held 4 to 6 p.m., Thursday, May 16, at City Hall. Technological Transitions: Historical Artifacts from […][More]
Head over to City Hall and see 45 paintings by 10 Ethiopian artists through March 4. The artists, some professionally trained and some self-taught, hail from Seattle; Washington, D.C.; and Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. In Ethiopian Art: Tradition, Assimilation and Change, a wide range of painting styles, both traditional and contemporary, highlight Ethiopian art, artists and […][More]
Haiti’s January 2010 7.0 earthquake left more than one million people homeless, 220,000 killed and 300,000 injured. The country, people, culture and struggle are captured through the work of three Pacific Northwest artists in the exhibition Remember Haiti. The show opens at a reception, 4 to 6 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 6 and is on view […][More]
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
See artwork by members of the Columbia City Gallery in the exhibition Columbia City Gallery Artists Step Out, on view at City Hall through July 2. The Columbia City Gallery is an artists’ cooperative in Southeast Seattle that brings together emerging and professional artists working in diverse media. The exhibition features 70 artworks by 22 […][More]
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
Looking into Light, on view at City Hall through April 27, documents the experience of family homelessness in America. The National Center on Family Homelessness and its Campaign to End Child Homelessness present this exhibition of 50 photos from its archive of more than 20,000 images. Looking into Light also includes photos by local photographer Dan Lamont, […][More]
Looking into Light, on view at City Hall through April 27, documents the experience of family homelessness in America. The National Center on Family Homelessness and its Campaign to End Child Homelessness present this unique exhibition of 50 photos from its archive of more than 20,000 images. The exhibition is touring the United States through […][More]
Seattle artists Roosevelt Lewis and Marita Dingus honor the history of enslaved Africans in America in the exhibition Reflections on view at City Hall through Feb. 26. The show, which celebrates Black History Month (February), features two massive mixed-media sculptures, including the 60-foot Buddha as an African Enslaved; paintings; wood sculpture and other three-dimensional works. The […][More]