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Meet emerging artists, see their work

We bought some art from emerging Northwest artists to add to the city’s Portable Works Collection. Come check out the artworks, meet the artists and enjoy some free eats. We’re hosting an artist reception, 4:30 to 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 13, at the Seattle Municipal Tower Gallery. On display are… [ Keep reading ]

Fremont Bridge to ‘talk back,’ hear it on KPLU

Seattle artist Kristen Ramirez will wrap up her summer artist residency at the Fremont Bridge with a temporary audio installation, Bridge Talks Back. A short version will be broadcast from the bridge’s speakers during daytime bridge openings through April. To hear the full sound composition, including clips of people’s bridge… [ Keep reading ]

Meet the Central District signal box decal artist, Sept. 23

Artist Troy R. Miles will create designs for reflective decals the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) will place on traffic signal control boxes in the neighborhood. Come meet Troy and share with him your ideas of the kinds of images you’d like to represent the Central District.

Seeking artist for Rainier Beach Community Center project

The Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs, in partnership with Seattle Parks and Recreation, seeks one artist or artist team to develop a three-dimensional, site-specific or site-integrated artwork for the new Rainier Beach Community Center and Pool.

Updated: SuttonBeresCuller set sidewalk aglow

Commuters crossing the platform at the Seattle Streetcar’s Westlake Hub station are likely to do a double take. SuttonBeresCuller just put the finishing touches on a new public artwork that’s embedded in the sidewalk at the stop at Westlake and Olive Way. The neon sculpture – titled Sequence/Consequence – is… [ Keep reading ]

Volunteers needed to help Fremont Bridge talk back

Seattle artist Kristen Ramirez is wrapping up her summer residency at the Fremont Bridge with a temporary art project celebrating the daily rhythms and sounds of the bridge. Bridge Talks Back, a sound artwork, opens Saturday, Sept. 26 with a celebratory performance at the bridge from 1 to 4 p.m…. [ Keep reading ]

Seeking portable works by mid-career artists

The Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs, in partnership with Seattle Public Utilities (SPU), seeks to purchase available artworks from midcareer artists for SPU’s Portable works collection. Midcareer artists are considered artists who have been working professionally for at least 10 years and have a significant exhibition history.

Grade’s changing sculpture to stir conversations about water

Artist John Grade began installing a temporary sculpture at the Bitter Lake Reservoir this week. The sculpture—titled “Mantle”—evokes the image of a water tower. It will gradually take shape over the course of several weeks.