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Artists at the Center 2023 Offers FREE Arts Experiences on the Seattle Center Campus

Continuing for 2023, Artists at the Center offers a year-long slate of performances at Seattle Center featuring up-and-coming artists. The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture, and Seattle Center, along with funders Climate Pledge Arena and Seattle Kraken, have partnered to produce Artists at the Center 2023 — an opportunity… [ Keep reading ]

Love & Art, the perfect combination for Valentine’s Day!

Valentine’s Day will be here before you know it. Really, how is it February already? Whether you’re in a relationship, single or “it’s complicated”, we have the ultimate arts-filled event guide for you. Go on an art walk! Three neighborhoods will be showcasing art this February 14th: Ballard Art Walk,… [ Keep reading ]

Weekly Art Hit: ‘Dancers’ Series: Steps’ by Jack Mackie

In Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood, there’s a sidewalk that teaches you how to dance. If you see folks waltzing on Broadway, they’re probably dancing to artist Jack Mackie’s Dancers’ Series: Steps (1982) — eight sets of inlaid-bronze shoeprints in the pattern of a couple’s dancing feet. The shoeprints are “step‑by‑step”… [ Keep reading ]

Celebrate Black History Month at Langston Institute

Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute (LHPAI) will present a full month of programming to celebrate Black History Month in February. Visit LHPAI’s brand-new website for performance show times, ticket purchasing, and all sorts of information on the institute and its offerings: Nigerian writer and performer Tayo Aluko’s one-man show… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Center seeks proposals to lease Playhouse

Seattle Center is inviting proposals for lease of the 32,000 square-foot, 446-seat Playhouse Theatre (also known as the Intiman Theatre) and its associated rehearsal space.  The Playhouse is located at the north end of Seattle Center between the Seattle Repertory Theatre and the Exhibition Hall at 2nd Avenue North and… [ Keep reading ]

Funding opportunity for Seattle individual performing artists

Seattle-based artists working in dance, music and theater (including playwriting) may apply for set award amounts of $4,000, $6,000 and $8,000 to fund projects in 2013. CityArtist Projects is an annual funding program that supports individual Seattle artists in the development and presentation of new, in-progress or remounted works taken… [ Keep reading ]

Our May eNews is online

Our director Vincent Kitch talks about preserving cultural space. Performance artworks illustrate how local artists are contributing to the discussion about our local waterways. Kelly Pajek joins the public art team. We invite you to join the statewide campaign celebrating and promoting arts education for Arts Education Month. See artwork… [ Keep reading ]

Performances celebrate water for Seattle Center’s ‘The Next Fifty,’ begin May 4

From rainwater traveling through Seattle’s sewer system to water’s healing power, we presents three performance artworks that illustrate how local artists are contributing to the discussion about our local waterways. The performances are part of several temporary artworks commissioned by the Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs that address environmental… [ Keep reading ]

Creating a Downtown Historic Theater District

On Dec. 6, nearly 100 arts supporters gathered at the historic 5th Avenue Theatre where Mayor Mike McGinn signed a resolution designating a Downtown Historic Theatre District to support the preservation, promotion and maintenance of Seattle’s downtown historic theaters. The 5th Avenue Theatre is one of five historic venues that… [ Keep reading ]

One-man show show on sewers gains steam

    Stokley Towles. Photo by John J. Little Sr.   Travel to the underbelly of the city with Stokley Towles as he continues his one-man performance Stormwater: Life in the Gutter at different locations around the city. Catch the free performance tonight at 6:30 p.m. at Youngstown Cultural Arts Center or… [ Keep reading ]