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University and Fremont Bridges to host Artist-in-Residency for Digital Artists

Residency will take place July through December 2023 *Application Due Date Extended: May 5, 2023 This summer, the University and Fremont Bridges will host two artist-in-residence programs. Designed by the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture (ARTS) in partnership with the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT), the residency is open… [ Keep reading ]

ARTS announces the inaugural exhibition at King Street Station, yəhaw’, opening winter 2018

Call for Indigenous Creatives, open March 5 – April 20, 2018 SEATTLE – In recognition of the Coast Salish peoples on whose land the City of Seattle is built, the Office of Arts & Culture is honored to open a new arts and cultural hub on the third floor… [ Keep reading ]

Wanted: Musician/Composer for Fremont Bridge Residency

The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture (ARTS), in partnership with the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT), seeks a practicing composer and/or musician to be an Artist-in Residence in the northwest tower of the Fremont Bridge. The selected composer and/or musician will undertake an in-depth exploration of the historic bridge’s… [ Keep reading ]

Historic Georgetown Steam Plant powers graphic novel call for artists

In a truly innovative call for artists, the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture (ARTS), in partnership with Seattle City Light, is looking for an artist/artist team to create a fictionalized graphic novel about the historic Georgetown Steam Plant. Built in 1906, the Georgetown Steam Plant advanced industrial architecture in… [ Keep reading ]

Public Art Boot Camp Training

This spring the Office of Arts & Culture (ARTS) is offering an intensive two-day basic training overview on how to work successfully in the area of commissioned public artwork. Invested in cultivating and training the next generation of public artists, ARTS has created a free training to prepare artists who… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Center seeks artist for ‘Artists at Play’ project

A partnership of Center Art LLC, Seattle Center and Seattle Center Foundation is seeking an experienced, energetic and imaginative artist/design team to provide design and fabrication services for the Artists at Play project. The project is a play area that will help reinvent and enliven up to a three-acre area… [ Keep reading ]

Seeking artist to develop sound-based artwork for seawall project

In collaboration with the Seattle Department of Transportation, we’re seeking an artist or artist team to create an integrated, sound-based artwork on the Elliott Bay waterfront. The project is part of the redevelopment of Seattle’s Central Waterfront and is one of a series of calls for permanent and temporary artwork… [ Keep reading ]

Seeking artists to develop temporary artworks for ‘Art Interruptions 2013’

In partnership with the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT), we’re seeking emerging public artists to create temporary art installations along the Beacon Hill Neighborhood Greenway and the Central Waterfront for the project Art Interruptions 2013. The artworks will inhabit city sidewalks and parks and offer passers-by a brief interruption in… [ Keep reading ]

Seeking artists to develop temporary artworks for Westlake Park

In collaboration with Seattle Parks and Recreation (Parks), we’re seeking two artists or artist teams to each create temporary, site-specific public art projects for downtown Seattle’s Westlake Park, located at 401 Pine St. The selected artists will create artworks that activate the park during summer 2013.  The call is open… [ Keep reading ]

City seeks artist for West Seattle fire station

We’re seeking an artist to develop a permanent, site-integrated or free-standing art project for the new Fire Station 32 in West Seattle, in partnership with the Department of Finance and Administrative Services (DFAS) and the Seattle Fire Department (SFD).  The opportunity is open to established professional artists living within the… [ Keep reading ]