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Public Art Boot Camp Artwork On View

Since September 2022, twelve local artists have participated in the Public Art Boot Camp project managed by the Office of Arts & Culture (ARTS). These individuals took a variety of workshops and trainings (available online) including how to develop concept proposals, how to hire subcontractors, post-installation rights and responsibilities, as… [ Keep reading ]

Around the Neighborhood – August, 2023

Here are the arts and cultural events happening across different Seattle neighborhoods for August, 2023. These are all organized by grantees of our Neighborhood Recovery Grant. Please check each event link for specific updates and changes. Tai Chi at Benefit Park FREE Tai Chi! Learn the basics of Tai Chi… [ Keep reading ]

Beacon Hill Public Art Bike Tour

Grab your helmets and join us for a FREE bicycle tour of public art in the Beacon Hill neighborhood. Partnering with Seattle Neighborhood Greenways, the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture is offering a family-friendly, seven-mile (round trip) bike tour for all ages and abilities that will take you from… [ Keep reading ]

Artwork dedication at Beacon Hill Food Forest

On September 16th, during the Beacon Food Forest’s monthly work party, we dedicated Nicole Kistler’s artwork Vessels. The artworks are a series of cast iron sculptures that dot the community garden on Seattle Public Utilities property at Beacon Reservoir. Building on the inspiration of the reservoir as a container, they… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Office of Arts & Culture announces investment in arts and cultural festivals for 2016

Organizations funded for two years through the 2016-17 Neighborhood & Community Arts grant SEATTLE, (February 9, 2016) —The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture announces $48,000 invested in 40 neighborhood arts festivals and events through the two year Neighborhood & Community Arts (NCA) grant program. The program provides each organization… [ Keep reading ]

Fall 2015 Public Art Conservation Highlights

Whether you live, work or play in the city, chances are good that you’ve run into construction resulting from the Mercer Corridor Project, an improvement project stretching along Mercer Street from I-5 to 5th Avenue West. Portions of the project included sidewalk renovations in front of the Phelps Center, where… [ Keep reading ]

Spring Public Art Collection Conservation and Maintenance Highlights

Photos by Tiffany Hendrick

Weekly Art Hit: ‘Tidal Wave Story’ by Ellen Ziegler

Located on the front lawn of  Fire Station 13 in Beacon Hill is Ellen Ziegler’s Tidal Wave Story from 1987, seven bench-like forms ranging from 12 to 18 inches high, placed in a curve. Ziegler worked with architect I. Mervin Gorasht to meet the community’s needs in remodeling the fire… [ Keep reading ]

Elizabeth Conner’s artworks dedicated at Beacon Hill’s Jefferson Park Jubilee, July 14

The Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs will dedicate Elizabeth Conner’s Painting and Sculpting the Land and Drawing the Land at the Jefferson Park Jubilee opening ceremony at Beacon Hill’s Jefferson Park, noon to 1 p.m., this  Saturday, July 14. Meet the artist following the opening ceremony, which will feature… [ Keep reading ]