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The Arts Are Open: Holiday Gift Guide

Created by April Jingco and Abbygail Eleccion This holiday season is the perfect time to show your gratitude for the people in your life by gifting them an arts experience or a one-of-a-kind piece from local makers. Through The Arts Are Open campaign, King County’s artists, collectives, and arts organizations have come together to amplify their upcoming events and projects. We have compiled this… [ Keep reading ]

New Public Artwork in Delridge: “Delridge Know How” by Wowhaus

The view while traveling along West Seattle’s Delridge Way SW just became a little different with the addition of new public art in three locations. Created by the Wowhaus artist team Ene Osteraas-Constable and Scott Constable, Delridge Know How is a series of bronze stylized nuts and wrenches that sit prominently alongside… [ Keep reading ]

Artists at the Center Offers New Arts & Culture Experiences at Seattle Center

A year-long slate of performances featuring up and coming artists to celebrate the opening of Climate Pledge Arena launches this month. Seattle Center, the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture, Climate Pledge Arena, Uptown Arts & Culture Coalition, and Seattle Kraken have partnered to create Artists at the Center — a new opportunity for emerging artists… [ Keep reading ]

The Unspoken Truths Museum comes to ARTS at King Street Station

November 16, 2021 – January 15, 2022 This November, ARTS at King Street Station will host 1619: Resistance/Resilience/Remembrance/Liberation from November 16, 2021, through January 15, 2022. The exhibition features stories and objects from the American History Traveling Museum: The Unspoken Truths that are new and unfamiliar to many. The exhibition, created and curated by storyteller Mr. Delbert Richardson, takes… [ Keep reading ]

Join the Seattle Arts Commission, Nominations now Open

The Seattle Arts Commission is looking for new members. The Seattle Arts Commission supports the City by advocating for arts policy, creating access for equitable participation in the arts, and fostering enriching arts engagement for all residents. If you or someone you know is a champion of the arts and wants to help shape policy to create a thriving arts sector apply… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Arts Commission 2022 Budget Priorities Letter

Dear Council Members, The Seattle Arts Commission wishes to express our collective gratitude for your commitment and support for creative communities and workers, given the economic hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic. We believe that now is a critical time to invest in the recovery of our sector, by making meaningful… [ Keep reading ]

The Arts Are Open Campaign

WHAT IS THE ARTS ARE OPEN? The Arts Are Open is a digital welcome back campaign created by the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture (ARTS) to amplify the region’s arts and culture sector. With the devastating effects COVID-19 continues to have on our creative communities, this campaign aims to create a simple,… [ Keep reading ]

Request for Proposals Tiny Cultural Space: a construction project

The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture, in partnership with the Seattle Department of Finance and Administration, and Sawhorse Revolution, invites local cultural and community organizations to submit proposals for a new (tiny) cultural space. The new Tiny Cultural Space will be custom designed and built by a youth cohort… [ Keep reading ]

Creative Advantage ALL ACCESS Arts Stream is Back By Popular Demand!

Registration is now open for the fall session which, kicks off in mid-October! Creative Advantage ALL ACCESS Arts Stream (CAAAAS) offers online synchronous arts classes for young people. Created in collaboration between Parks and Recreation, Office of Arts & Culture, Seattle Public Schools, and Creative Advantage Arts Partners, this program started as a pandemic pilot in December 2020 and grew into classes last spring. We had such a positive… [ Keep reading ]

Recovery Funds for Cultural Organizations: Apply for Three Grants via One Application

We’ve teamed up with 4Culture to create a single application process for several grants in King County and the City of Seattle. About the Grants: Eligible organizations only need to fill out one application to be considered for funding from the following programs: 4Culture 2022 Sustained Support 4Culture Recovery Fund City of… [ Keep reading ]