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New SLURP mural brings color and whimsy to Maynard Alley in Seattle’s Chinatown International District

Come see the new SLURP! mural in Chinatown International District (CID)! Designed by local artist Akira Ohiso and installed with technical assistance from muralist Angelina Villalobos, the vibrant new SLURP mural includes eight segments that meander through Maynard Alley near King St. Initiated by the community, the mural is the result of a collaboration between the Maynard Alley Partnership, Seattle Chinatown International District Preservation Development… [ Keep reading ]

May is Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

Seattle is the perfect place to celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. Asian Pacific Americans have played significant roles in Seattle’s history and there is a thriving community with lots to explore including public art, museums, the Chinatown/International District and everything in between. Lunch + Learn Friday, May 13 |… [ Keep reading ]

Seeking proposals for artist space program, due Sept. 30

We’re seeking proposals from individuals, groups or organizations to launch a pilot program in Pioneer Square and the Chinatown-International District to provide relocation and placement services for artists seeking affordable studio or live/work space. The deadline for submitting a proposal is 5 p.m., Friday, Sept. 30. Proposal budgets should not… [ Keep reading ]

Second phase of storefront art program opens Dec. 2

The second phase of Storefronts Seattle, a pilot program to make vacant storefront space available for creative uses in Pioneer Square and the Chinatown/International District, opens Dec. 2. Seven new art installations, two creative businesses and three participating commercial spaces will join the five existing creative enterprises that moved to… [ Keep reading ]