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Poetry in Place: Bryna Antonia (Á Thanh) Cortes

Seattle’s Little Sài Gòn by Bryna Antonia (Á Thanh) Cortes Fresh bánh baking, refrigerator hums. Red stripes through yellow, old and proud, the iconic nón lá. Jackson and 12th street trails, swinging doors gift savory winds. Bowls of soup warming you with just a scent. Markets of clamor, of every… [ 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 ]

Lake City, Pioneer Square, Chinatown-International District Host Created Commons Events This Summer 

Last year, Created Commons—the community-curated celebrations held in Westwood, Delridge, Chinatown-International District, and Downtown Seattle—coordinated with the Welcome Back Initiatives, creating some highlights of 2021. In 2022, the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture (ARTS) seeks to continue the celebration of community and safe outdoor gatherings through another series of… [ Keep reading ]

A Look Back at the Created Commons Launch During The City’s Welcome Back Weeks

ARTS’ new program, Created Commons, recently launched as a part of the City of Seattle’s Welcome Back Weeks. Spanning two weekends from July 12 – 26, the Welcome Back Weeks celebrated the return of our community to downtown Seattle with large-scale Created Commons events in three neighborhoods — the Chinatown-International… [ Keep reading ]

Artist space program launches in Pioneer Square, ID

Artists and arts groups seeking affordable space are invited to attend a space workshop on Jan. 7, take a survey and apply for space consulting services, all part of the the Artist Space Assistance Program (ASAP), a pilot program of the Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs designed to provide relocation and… [ Keep reading ]