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Seattle Announces 2015 Civic Poet Program

…and engagement between the public and artists, while celebrating the literary arts. To learn more about the call, visit http://www.seattle.gov/arts/funding/civic_poet.asp. For questions about the call, please contact Annie Holden, (206)…

Racial Equity Learning Cohort – Turning Commitment into Action

…live and work and visit the City. But currently, because of the structural racism that exists, arts leaders, artists and arts and cultural organizations aren’t even aware of how we’re…

Vivian Phillips is new Seattle Arts Commission chair

…supports the office of Arts & Culture’s mission to activate and sustain Seattle through arts and culture. Commission members include artists, arts professionals and other citizens with diverse backgrounds and…

Seattle’s Office of Arts & Culture launches Spacefinder Seattle website

On February 12, 2015 the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture will officially launch Spacefinder Seattle, a new website designed to connect artists and artspaces. Spacefinder Seattle is a database…

Dive in to “My Swimming Pool” in the Seattle Presents Gallery

…Downtown core. Here the city will present a variety of immersive installations, curated exhibitions pulled from the City’s Portable Works Collection, resident artists, and original artworks. Painting by Juan Alonso-Rodriguez….

Closing the arts access gap in the Central District

…initiative in the Central region, the arts access gap was closed. What does that mean? In 2011, we conducted a needs assessment around the state of arts education in Seattle…

Scott Trimble selected for Seattle City Light service center commission

…in working with materials and processes to create artwork that is accessible, interactive and presents a narrative. Trimble has a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Spatial Arts from San Jose…

The Listening Loop

…could be easily avoided. Recently I had the pleasure of hosting Shitstorm 2014, an open-to-the-public but under-a-cone-of-silence conversation with artists and arts professionals designed to facilitate a freeform open flow…

Announcing new Manager for Visual and Performing Arts at Seattle Public Schools

Gail Sehlhorst is the new Manager for Visual and Performing Arts at Seattle Public Schools. This position will assist the Office of Arts & Culture with the implementation and success…

39 artists receive CityArtist funding for 2015

This week, 39 artists around Seattle that work in dance, music and theater arts (including scriptwriting) received over $160,000 collectively through the CityArtist Projects annual funding program. This funding supports…