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Mayor-elect Mike McGinn wants your advice

The incoming mayoral administration wants to know what issues are most important to you. Hurry though, the deadline to submit your input is Sunday, November 22 at 6 p.m.

Seattle seeks artist for Cheshiahud Lake Union Loop artwork

The Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs, in collaboration with Seattle Parks and Recreation and the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT), seeks an artist or artist team to create a new media artwork for the Cheshiahud Lake Union Loop.

Solo flutist and pianist perform original music at City Hall, Nov. 19

Inspiring solo flutist Paul Taub, founding member of the Seattle Chamber Players, will perform a free concert noon to 1 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 19, at City Hall.

Meet the new mayor and county executive, Nov. 23

Join your cast of friends and colleagues in the arts and culture community to welcome Mayor-elect Mike McGinn and incoming King County Executive Dow Constantine.

City Hall exhibition showcases contemporary quilt art

Get wrapped up in exceptional quilt art from the Contemporary QuiltArt Association (CQA), on view in the City Hall galleries through Dec. 31.

Jazz up your lunch hour, Nov. 5

Two trios—one from the East and one from the West—will join forces for a free concert noon, tomorrow (Thursday, Nov. 5) at City Hall.

Artists to discuss “Water Calling” projects at SAM

We’ve teamed up with the Seattle Art Museum (SAM) to host a discussion, Water Calling: Artist Panel, 2 to 3 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 14, at Olympic Sculpture Park’s PACCAR Pavilion.

Calling young artists for youth violence prevention

The city of Seattle invites young artists to take part in an art contest to raise awareness of the Seattle Youth Violence Prevention Initiative. The winning artwork will be used in outreach materials for the initiative.

Free concert to conjure Seattle 100 years ago

Step back in time with the Greg Williamson Large Ensemble as it re-imagines music of the 1909 Alaska-Yukon-Pacific (A-Y-P) Exhibition – Seattle’s first world’s fair.

Restored totem stands tall at new home

For more than three decades, weather and insects took their toll on a waterfront totem pole. So when the Port of Seattle called, we were happy to lend a hand to return the totem to its original glory and install it at its new home in Elliott Bay Park.