In this issue:
Our director talks about Arts Education Month and local art students in the spotlight.
Mags Harries and Lajos Héder will create artwork for the First Hill Streetcar line.
Patrick Marold and David Boyer will each create an artwork for the Maple Leaf Reservoir Park and West Seattle Reservoir Park, respectively.
Are your ears tired of the same old music playlist? Check out the new Seattle OnHold lineup.
We’d like to welcome our newest staff member, Sandy Esene.
Maestro Gerard Schwarz conducts the Seattle Symphony at City Hall in May.
Heritage, identity, history, memory, coexistence and freedom are themes investigated in the exhibition American/Asian: A Tale of New Cultures at City Hall.
Help revitalize Paul Horiuchi’s Seattle Mural at Seattle Center’s Mural Amphitheatre in time for the 50th anniversary of the 1962 World’s Fair.
Seattle Center is accepting proposals to redevelop the Fun Forest South site.
Arts Crush, a new month-long regional arts festival planned for October, seeks artists and arts organizations to take part
The 50th anniversary of the World’s Fair is around the corner and a gallery and website launch the anniversary celebration.
The Seattle Design Commission wants your ideas on how to transform empty lots.
From Captain Smartypants to Maestro Gerard Schwarz, Seattle Channel’s Art Zone with
Nancy Guppy spotlights the local arts scene this month.
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