The design process is underway for a new interior artwork at the Miller Community Center. Seattle City Light, Seattle Parks and Recreation, and the Office of Arts & Culture have commissioned the artwork as part of a larger project to install a power-generating solar microgrid at the Center.
This art project aims to involve and reflect as many of Miller Community Center’s patrons as possible. Lead artist Julia Harrison invites the public to participate in the design process in these ways:
Visit the project webpage to respond to a short survey: http://www.juliaharrison.net/miller-community-center.html
Learn more about plans for the project at either of these online public meetings:
Tuesday, August 11, 4:30-5 pm
Monday, August 17, 12-12:30 pm
Please RSVP to MillerCenterArt@gmail.com for the Zoom meeting link.
Send your Miller Community Center stories and photos to MillerCenterArt@gmail.com.
What does the Miller Community Center mean to you? What’s your favorite thing about visiting? Can you capture these feelings in a doodle? This video demonstrates a kid-friendly technique that can be used to create new doodles:
The project webpage (http://www.juliaharrison.net/miller-community-center.html) will continue to offer updates as the project progresses.