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How arts organizations are surviving tough times

The past two years have been tough ones for artistic and cultural organizations in Seattle and across the U.S. That’s why Kelly Tweeddale’s new piece on Crosscut, “How Seattle Opera Is Surviving Tough Times,” stands out like a beacon.

New signal box artwork installed in the Central District

Seen anything out of the ordinary in the Central District lately? Three eye-catching decals were installed on signal boxes around the neighborhood last week. Designed by Seattle graphic artist Troy R. Miles, the three decal designs– “Straight Out the CD,” “Jackson Street Jazz,” and “Inside” – pay tribute to three different aspects of the Central District’s heritage

Community mourns loss of Seattle composer George Shangrow

The Seattle-area music community mourns the loss of longtime classical- music conductor, teacher and radio host George Shangrow, who was killed Sunday in a car collision while in route to lecture at the Methow Valley Chamber Orchestra Festival.

Bumbershoot Artists Talk, Tuesday, August 3, at City Hall

Don’t miss a rare chance to hear Bumbershoot visual artists and designers dish about their work and the wild muse that is Seattle’s Music & Arts Festival. A free artist talk will take place 5:30 to 7 p.m., August 3, in the lobby of Seattle City Hall, 600 Fourth Ave.