In this issue:
- Arts-related businesses and arts employment in Seattle saw a slight uptick in 2009.
- We’re seeking up to eight emerging artists to develop temporary large-scale, colorful panels for the fence surrounding the Civic Square construction.
- Funding is now open for Seattle-based individual artists working in the performing arts.
- Our annual Youth Arts program recently provided $200,000 to 31 youth arts programs.
- Funding cycle for organizations extended to 2011, next opening postponed.
- Seattle artist Dan Webb will create a three-dimensional, permanent artwork for the Chief Sealth Trail.
- A new public artwork will be dedicated at Lake City’s new Fire Station 39, June 12.
- A new public artwork will be dedicated at Salmon Bay Natural Area, June 12.
- More than 1,000 small, cast-iron wind chimes will fill the new Theater Commons at Seattle Center.
- Kiddie-pop and Celtic folk come to City Hall this June.
- Pioneer Square’s Occidental Park will shine with dynamic art in all its forms this summer.
- From soul/rock to kiddie-pop, catch Art Zone with Nancy Guppy this June.
- Explore life between the buildings at downtown parks this summer.
- Attention artists seeking health care.
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