In this issue:
Message from the Director: “Will the last person leaving Seattle turn out the lights?”
…an artist to develop a site-specific art project for Fire Station 30 in Seattle’s Mount Baker neighborhood.
…an artist to develop and fabricate a single artwork design to inlay at 10 to 15 new sidewalk locations.
…an artist to develop site-specific artwork for the Mercer West street improvement project.
The Office will celebrate Salon, a new public artwork by artist team SuttonBeresCuller, Aug. 21.
Eight local emerging artists will provide images of original artwork for temporary panels for the fence surrounding the Civic Square construction site in downtown Seattle.
Kick it this summer with free concerts at City Hall’s outdoor plaza, Thursdays from noon to 1:30 p.m.
Bumbershoot visual artists and designers dish about their work.
See 28 rarely seen artworks from the city of Seattle’s portable works collection.
The latest Seattle OnHold mix is available by podcast.
Take advantage of the warm nights with free outdoor movies and concerts.
Image: John Fleming, 17 Year Old Eyes (detail), 2009, recycled stencils, chipboard, and plywood, 25″ x 50″. Artwork will be photographed and produced on a temporary panel surrounding the Civic Square construction site. Photo courtesy of the artist.