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Fire Station 31 Groundbreaking & Upcoming Public Art

On Feb. 5, our Public Art Program Manager, Jason Huff, and Director Gülgün Kayim joined Mayor Bruce Harrell, Fire Chief Harold Scoggins, Acting Director Kiersten Grove of Finance and Administrative Services, and City and community leaders for a groundbreaking on the future site of Fire Station 31. Mayor Harrell said… [ Keep reading ]

Public Art Boot Camp Artwork On View

Since September 2022, twelve local artists have participated in the Public Art Boot Camp project managed by the Office of Arts & Culture (ARTS). These individuals took a variety of workshops and trainings (available online) including how to develop concept proposals, how to hire subcontractors, post-installation rights and responsibilities, as… [ Keep reading ]

Celebrating 10 Years of Artists Up

All photos by Jo Cosme On Thursday, December 1, community members, artists, and creatives came together at ARTS at King Street Station to celebrate the 10-year anniversary of the Artists Up program. Created in 2012, Artists Up is a collaboration between the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture (ARTS), 4Culture,… [ Keep reading ]

ARTS presents the Public Art Boot Camp Class of 2022-23 and the full list of upcoming workshops

The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture (ARTS) investment in training the next generation of public artists is the Public Art Boot Camp. These selected artists will create culturally relevant artworks that resonate with Seattle’s diverse population. Public Art Boot Camp provides training to artists who are ready to translate… [ Keep reading ]

Artists bring life and design to Downtown Seattle

The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture (ARTS) in partnership with the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) and King County Metro, commissioned three artists from Public Art Boot Camp alumni to create temporary art in the downtown corridor using out-of-service Real-Time Information Sign kiosks. Artists Angie Hinojos, Baso Fibonacci, and… [ Keep reading ]

Public Art Boot Camp Class ’20-21 Culmination and Artwork Celebration

In mid-2020, 11 emerging artists were welcomed into Public Art Boot Camp and for the past year participated in a series of trainings and planning, which has culminated in temporary art installations. The Office of Arts & Culture is pleased to celebrate their hard work by showcasing the artwork at both Seattle’s Lake City and Seattle Center! Artists Amanda Lee,… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Office of Arts & Culture Public Art Boot Camp – Online!

Seattle’s Public Art Boot Camp is an intensive training program that culminates in a commission of a temporary artwork for the City of Seattle. The “recruits” have been selected through a competitive application process, and starting this November 2020, a series of online workshops will be available to anyone interested… [ 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 ]

ARTS Publishes “Capacity Building for Racial Equity in Public Art”

Public Art Boot Camp, the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture’s award-winning program, is the subject of the publication Capacity Building for Racial Equity in Public Art (pdf). ARTS’ Public Art Program specifies that 1% of eligible city capital improvement project funds be set aside for the commission, purchase, and… [ Keep reading ]

Check out temporary art in Rainier Valley and Seattle Center before they’re gone

Art Interruptions along the Rainier Valley Neighborhood Greenway and Seattle Center Sculpture Walk On view now through January 3, 2017 Temporary art by 14 artists has popped up along Rainier Valley and at Seattle Center this fall. Ranging from whimsical and conceptual, to comical and topical. Don’t miss three opportunities… [ Keep reading ]