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Public Art Feature | Abraham Awalom

We spoke with artist Abraham Awalom about his experience being on the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture’s Public Art Artist Roster! An Eritrean-born artist, Abraham came to the U.S. in 2014 as an asylee; an experience that informs much of his work. He maintains a connection through his work… [ Keep reading ]

Public Art Feature | Angie Hinojos

We spoke with artist Angie Hinojos about her experience being on the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture’s Public Art Artist Roster! Angie is a Mexican American painter and sculptor. She is a public artist, the co-founder and Executive Director of Centro Cultural Mexicano, and serves on the Board of… [ Keep reading ]

Perspective on Public Arts by Toka Valu

Toka Valu, an artist currently on the existing Public Art Artist Roster, shares some encouraging words for fellow artists to apply.

Public Artist Roster Application Now Open

The Public Art Artist Roster is the primary method in which ARTS select artists for public art commissions with budgets of up to $500,000. Artists are invited to submit an application for upcoming public art projects with the City of Seattle.  The Office of Arts & Culture maintains a public art roster that selects and places artists for each new project.  All experience levels welcome and deadline to apply is March 6, 2023 (5pm PST).

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 ]

Seeking artists for roster, artist-in-residence for Seattle City Light

We currently have two calls for artists open! The  application deadline for both calls is 11 p.m., Monday, Aug. 29 (Pacific Daylight Time). We’re seeking approximately 50 to 75 artists for a juried roster of professional artists eligible for consideration for future public art projects. The projects will be at city… [ Keep reading ]

Our August eNews is now online

Seattle Public Schools just announced a $1 million planning grant to enhance arts instruction in the schools. We opened two calls for artists. The 2011 Mayor’s Arts Awards are coming up soon. The Seattle Mural at Seattle Center’s Mural Amphitheatre is getting a facelift. And Pioneer Square’s Occidental Square has turned… [ Keep reading ]