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A Recap of The AMP’s Ribbon of Light Dedication

On June 30, The AMP (Aids Memorial Pathway) celebrated the installation of the final piece of the project — Horatio Hung-Yan Law’s Ribbon of Light at Cal Anderson Park. This piece marks the final artwork installation of The AMP, which started in 2015. The dedication event featured remarks and participation… [ Keep reading ]

The AMP Artworks complete with Ribbon of Light Installation 

In partnership with the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture, the final public artwork of The AMP: AIDS Memorial Pathway Ribbon of Light by Horatio Hung-Yan Law, has been installed in Capitol Hill’s Cal Anderson Park. Ribbon of Light is a series of three laminated and illuminated glass sculptures along… [ Keep reading ]

New ‘UNION’ Art Exhibition Creates Opportunities for Public Art in Capitol Hill

SeaLevel Properties (“SeaLevel”), Capitol Hill Arts District (“CHAD”), and Sensebellum have partnered to showcase public art in Capitol Hill through the ‘UNION’ project. Located on the corner of 10th Ave. and E Union St., this new public art installation will feature a rotating, 60-foot tall projected art show curated by revolving guests… [ Keep reading ]


The AMP: AIDS Memorial Pathway, a Seattle-based public arts installation is seeking a provider to create an Augmented Reality (AR) mobile application that will work in conjunction with the artworks. The application will be an installed app that should work on iOS and Android platforms. The RFP can be downloaded… [ Keep reading ]

City announces new project with VividMatterCollective to recreate and properly preserve the Capitol Hill Black Lives Matter Street Mural

Starting Tuesday morning, September 22, the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture (ARTS) and the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) will be collaborating with the original artists from VividMatterCollective to recreate the Black Lives Matter street mural painted during this summer’s protests on Capitol Hill. The mural has rapidly deteriorated… [ Keep reading ]

The AMP: AIDS Memorial Pathway invites you to commemorate World AIDS Day

Sunday, December 1, 4 pmHugo House1634 11th Ave, Seattle 98122 Please join The AMP: AIDS Memorial Pathway to meet the artists commissioned for The AMP and see artwork concepts that will be unveiled to the public for the first time. The short program starts at 4 pm, and will include… [ Keep reading ]

Design firm Civilization selected to create Connecting Artworks Project for the AIDS Memorial Pathway

Design firm Civilization was selected to create a series of artworks conceived as a “connective tissue” that will create thematic elements across multiple sites at The AIDS Memorial Pathway. These artworks will be at points around the pathway to help identify the multiple art zones, and guide individuals towards them…. [ Keep reading ]

The AIDS Memorial Pathway gets activated with temporary art this summer

Five local artists will bring The AMP to life The Office of Arts & Culture (ARTS), in partnership with The AMP: AIDS Memorial Pathway commissioned five artists to create a series of small-scale temporary artworks and performances for the AMPlify Memory Project. Beginning June through November 2019 the temporary art… [ Keep reading ]

Artist Christopher Paul Jordan selected for the centerpiece artwork for the AIDS Memorial Pathway

Tacoma artist Christopher Paul Jordan has been selected to create a centerpiece artwork for The AIDS Memorial Pathway project on Capitol Hill. The artwork will be sited in a central plaza above the Sound Transit Capitol Hill link light rail station, surrounded by new multi-story residential buildings currently under construction…. [ Keep reading ]

Healing in Remembering

The AMP: The AIDS Memorial Pathway Master Art Plan by Horatio Hung-Yan Law Amidst all the cranes and dizzying development taking place on Seattle’s Capitol Hill, there is an exciting new project called The AMP: AIDS Memorial Pathway. The AMP is community-driven and community-funded, and its goals are to use… [ Keep reading ]