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Seattle Together brings Public Art Comes to Your Front Yard to neighborhoods around the city

As Spring begins to bloom in the Pacific Northwest, the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture (ARTS) has partnered with Seattle Department of Neighborhoods and the Department of Transportation, to bring a little color and contemplation into neighborhoods across the city. Public Art Comes to Your Front Yard commissioned 12… [ Keep reading ]

Washington Lawyers for the Arts Ready to Help Artists with COVID-19 Legal Questions

Guest blog by Board of Directors of The WLA The COVID-19 crisis has prompted the State of Washington to issue stay-at-home orders and implement the shutdown of all non-essential businesses and gatherings. The impact of these actions on public life and the economic life of artists and the businesses that… [ Keep reading ]

#SeattleTogether shines a light on community connections

Over these past few weeks of the COVID-19 crisis, we have all experienced lots of changes that are fundamentally changing our city and our communities. This has been traumatic and challenging for all of us, in ways both big and small. But, throughout this crisis, we have seen community come… [ Keep reading ]

City of Seattle to Provide Immediate Rent Relief for Nonprofit and Small Business Tenants

City to Provide $400,000 in Rent Relief to an Estimated 90 Arts and Cultural Nonprofits, Small Businesses, and Artist Studios that Rent City-Owned Property, including Seattle Center Mayor Jenny A. Durkan announced today that the City of Seattle will provide $400,000 in rent relief to arts and cultural and other… [ Keep reading ]

Artists and Creative Workers Relief Funding

Focusing on individual artists and creative workers, this is the first of two parts in the City of Seattle’s Arts Recovery Package. The second part focuses on arts and cultural organizations. Learn more about the whole Arts Recovery Package, including organizational support. For Individual Artists and Creative Workers Please note… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Office of Arts & Culture hosts COVID-19 Webinar

Tuesday, March 17 at 2:30 – 3:30pmCOVID-19 Webinar for Artists and Arts & Cultural OrganizationsA recording of the webinar is above. Agenda See below for time codes in the video so you can jump to the section most relevant to you: The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture (ARTS) hosted… [ Keep reading ]

Update: Grant Funding and Invoices

All of us at the Office of Arts & Culture are with you during this difficult time and know that many of you are facing challenging decisions about cancellations, postponements, and closures that impact the incredible work you do serving your missions and communities. Please be assured that your awarded… [ Keep reading ]

Resources for Artists and Organizations Amid COVID-19

IMPORTANT NOTE: These resources are no longer up-to-date. Artists and arts organizations are being deeply impacted by efforts to curb the spread of COVID-19, and the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture staff have compiled a resource guide to assist and support the creative and cultural community during this challenging… [ Keep reading ]

The city of Seattle to Temporarily Close ARTS at King Street Station, Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute to Public to Prevent Further Spread of COVID-19

To prevent the further spread of COVID-19, the Office of Arts & Culture will close ARTS at King Street Station and Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute to the public. All programming, rentals, and events at both locations are canceled. ¬†All closures will take effect at 6 p.m. today, March 13,… [ Keep reading ]

Introducing A Community-Centered Road Map Towards an Equitable and Inclusive Creative Economy in Seattle

The City envisions an equitable, inclusive creative economy in Seattle. And today we are excited to introduce a road map to help us get there. Authored by community engagement and research consultants Vivian Phillips and Aline Moch Islas, A Community-Centered Road Map Towards an Equitable and Inclusive Creative Economy in… [ Keep reading ]