Tag: Seattle Department of Transportation
This Saturday, June 13 from noon to 10 p.m. Georgetown will be celebrating at the Georgetown Carnival. In addition to tool races and performances there will also be a dedication for the newly redeveloped Georgetown Festival Street, featuring Revolution an artwork by Georgetown resident Chris McMullen. The Office of Arts & Culture, in partnership with […][More]
This week, Jen Dixon and her team of volunteers installed her new artwork PlayLand as part of Seattle Department of Transportation’s (SDOT) Linden Avenue North Complete Streets Project. Playland consists of repurposed SDOT road signs used to create a large, colorful collage that mimics the contour of a roller coaster. The artwork takes its name […][More]
Celebrate the dedication of Jennifer Dixon’s new public artwork Playland at Linden Avenue North (between North 130th Street and North 135th Street) in the Bitter Lake neighborhood. The Seattle Department of Transportation’s (SDOT) community celebration event will be 10 a.m. to noon, Saturday, July 13 in front of Bitter Lake Community Center at 13035 Linden […][More]
Posted: June 25th, 2013 under Art Beat, Events, Public Art.
Tags: art, Bitter Lake, Broadview, community celebration, Dedication, Jennifer Dixon, Linden Avenue North Complete Street Project, public artwork, Seattle Department of Transportation
The Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs and Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) are seeking a senior project manager to coordinate arts activities and implement public art projects for the Central Waterfront. This position is currently funded at half-time and is a term-limited position (two years) with benefits. At the end of two years, the […][More]
Posted: December 12th, 2012 under Art Beat, News.
Tags: art program manager, central waterfront, city of Seattle, employment, job, Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs, Seattle Department of Transportation
Look beneath your feet and you’ll see sidewalk artwork by Seattle artist John Fleming at 12 locations throughout Seattle. Intended to draw the attention of pedestrians through beauty, surprise and humor, the inlays introduce the element of the unexpected into the everyday sidewalk. There are two different designs, each a four-by-four-foot square. The inlays are […][More]