- Know an individual or an organization making a difference in Seattle through arts and culture? Nominate them for a 2011 Mayor’s Arts Award.
- On Monday, April 4, we’ll open applications for the city’s Civic Partners funding program.
- The city is seeking artists to bring temporary site-specific art and performances to Occidental Square.
- We’re seeking an artist or artist team to create a temporary, site-specific public art project for the new Jackson Street Plaza at King Street Station.
- Artist Jennifer Dixon will create a public artwork for a fence that is part of the Linden Avenue North corridor along Seattle’s Interurban Trail.
- The opening for Storefronts Seattle will be 6 p.m., Thursday, April 7.
- The exhibition Animalia will be on view at Seattle Municipal Tower Gallery April 5 through July 5.
- Seattle Parks and Recreation seeks proposals for curriculum-based visual and performing arts programs at five parks.
- Explore Seattle’s connections with Japan and learn about earthquake and tsunami relief efforts at the Seattle Cherry Blossom & Japanese Cultural Festival at Seattle Center.
- Poetry, art and rock ‘n’ roll on Art Zone with Nancy Guppy this month.
Image: John Ackermann in AWESOME’s Savory Onyx Machine performed in a Storefornt Seattle space during a special Arts Crush event presented by Theater Puget Sound. Photo by Mike Hipple.
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