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Check out our July eNews

2010 Mayor's Arts Award recipients, a funding opportunity, a call, free MP3s and more.

Message from the director: Americans for the Arts 2010 convention

The Office, in partnership with Shunpike, seeks up to 12 artists to develop temporary installations for vacant storefronts in Seattle’s Pioneer Square and Chinatown/International District neighborhoods.

From the quirky pop of Mt. St. Helens Vietnam Band to urban square dance with The Tallboys, check out  Seattle Presents summer concert series.

We are giving away over a dozen studio tracks and live recordings.

Seattle-based individual artists working in the performing arts have until Tuesday, July 20 to apply for funding through the CityArtist Projects program.

Mayor Mike McGinn recently announced the recipients of the eighth annual 2010 Mayor’s Arts Awards.

The dedication of Marvin Oliver’s A Salish Welcome at the Salmon Bay Natural Area will be 10 a.m. to noon, Saturday, July 17.

An exhibition at City Hall will feature posters and original artwork from the artists who defined Bumbershoot’s look over the past four decades.

In October Arts Crush, a month-long festival, will connect artists and audiences with invigorating new experiences at hundreds of events.

Mayor Mike McGinn recently introduced the Seattle Music Commission.

Head to Seattle Center this month for some free summer fun.