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June 2016
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Check out our June eNews

In this issue: Message from the director:  it’s our 40th anniversary! The deadline to apply for 2012-2013 Civic Partners funding for organizations is Wednesday, June 8. Our Youth Arts funding program will invest $125,000 in 34 youth programs that offer arts training outside of school hours for Seattle’s middle and high school youth. Due to […]


Artwork to be dedicated at Crown Hill’s new fire station, Sept. 25

Join us in celebrating Rescue, a new public artwork by Seattle artist Kay Kirkpatrick, 1:30 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 25, at Crown Hill’s new Fire Station 35 at 8729 15th Ave., NW. Kirkpatrick will be on hand to talk about her work following the formal program. Rescue marks and shelters the entrance to Fire Station 35. […]


Seattle seeks artist for Mount Baker fire station

The Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the Fleets and Facilities Department and the Seattle Fire Department, seeks an artist to develop a site-specific art project for Fire Station 30 in Seattle’s Mount Baker neighborhood. The artwork should address the work and spirit of firefighters and the cultural diversity of the […]


Artwork to be dedicated at Lake City’s new fire station, June 12

We will dedicate “Thornton Creek,” a new public artwork by Los Angeles artist Stephen Glassman, 1 to 3 p.m., Saturday, June 12, at Lake City’s new Fire Station 39.


Save the date for two public art dedications, June 12 and July 17

Join us to celebrate “A Salish Welcome” by Seattle artist Marvin Oliver at Salmon Bay Natural Area, 10 a.m. to noon, Saturday, June 12. Also on June 12, we’ll dedicate “Thornton Creek”, a new artwork by Los Angeles artist Stephen Glassman, 1 to 3 p.m., at the public opening of Lake City’s new Fire Station 39.


New artwork at Rainier Valley fire station

Artist Wayne Chabre completed the public artwork “Fire Tower” at Fire Station 28 in the Rainier Valley last Thursday.

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