The next Youth Arts application cycle will open Thursday, Dec. 15. Join in Cultural Space Seattle, a free, two-day event to help shape policies to keep and create affordable space for artists and arts organizations, Dec. 6 – 7 at Town Hall. Celebrate Perri Lynch’s new public artwork at the opening of the new Fire Station 21 in Greenwood, Saturday, Dec. 3. The Artist Space Assistance Program, a pilot program designed to provide relocation and placement services for artists and arts organizations, has just launched. And we’ve added 15 new artwork panels by seven artists to the fence surrounding the Civic Square construction site between Third and Fourth avenues and Cherry and James streets in downtown Seattle.
Read these stories and more in the December eNews.
Image: Fifteen new artwork panels by seven artists have been added to the fence surrounding the Civic Square construction site between Third and Fourth avenues and Cherry and James streets in downtown Seattle. In the foreground: Jesse Link, Realization of Synthesis, 2011, original work photographed and printed on a Dibond substrate panel, 116″ x 48″. Photo by Blake Haygood.
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