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ARTS at King Street Station 2023 Exhibition Calendar 

The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture is excited to announce the 2023 exhibition calendar for ARTS at King Street Station. Upcoming exhibitions will explore a plethora of ideas and identities including Indigenous culture, Japanese heritage, 1% for Public Art’s 50th Anniversary, and Black culture from local artists such as… [ Keep reading ]

Curated Art Tour Now at Seattle Center 

Alaska Airlines and Seattle Center partner in support of international artists Seattle Center, in partnership with Alaska Airlines, has made a commitment to bring together works of art from around the globe with the self-guided Seattle Center Art Tour Presented by Alaska Airlines. Visitors will experience 50+ public art pieces… [ Keep reading ]

Tsutakawa Memorial Gates Public Celebration: September 14 

Come Salute the Return of the Arboretum’s Iconic, Sculptural Entry Gates, Stolen and Destroyed at the Start of the Pandemic Seattle, WA—You are invited to attend a free public celebration at Washington Park Arboretum for the installation of the refabricated Tsutakawa Memorial Gates. Please join us at the Graham Visitors… [ Keep reading ]

FLOW: New Artworks Tell the Story of the Ship Canal

The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture (ARTS) in partnership with Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) has commissioned four local emergent artists to develop new art installations for FLOW: Art Along the Ship Canal. These temporary and permanent installations tell a visual story of the water and its relationship to the… [ Keep reading ]

Aaron T Stephan selected for Thomas Street Corridor Public Artwork

Written by Maija McKnight Adjacent to the cultural hub of Seattle Center and under the shadow of the Space Needle, Thomas Street will be updated with a new design and significant pedestrian and bicycle upgrades in upcoming years. Thomas Street Redefined will create an important connection for people walking, biking, and rolling, linking South Lake… [ Keep reading ]

Still Essential: Free Art to Celebrate Water and Light Stewards, Grocery Workers, and More

As the second year of the pandemic comes to a close and the holidays approach, we’ve all gotten ever clearer about what is essential: the warmth of home, the simple pleasure of being able to turn on the lights, fire up the stove, and cook a delicious meal. The pandemic… [ Keep reading ]

New Public Artwork in Delridge: “Delridge Know How” by Wowhaus

The view while traveling along West Seattle’s Delridge Way SW just became a little different with the addition of new public art in three locations. Created by the Wowhaus artist team Ene Osteraas-Constable and Scott Constable, Delridge Know How is a series of bronze stylized nuts and wrenches that sit prominently alongside… [ Keep reading ]

New ‘UNION’ Art Exhibition Creates Opportunities for Public Art in Capitol Hill

SeaLevel Properties (“SeaLevel”), Capitol Hill Arts District (“CHAD”), and Sensebellum have partnered to showcase public art in Capitol Hill through the ‘UNION’ project. Located on the corner of 10th Ave. and E Union St., this new public art installation will feature a rotating, 60-foot tall projected art show curated by revolving guests… [ Keep reading ]

Seven Artists Selected for Art Interruptions 2020 along North Seattle Neighborhood Greenway

The Office of Arts & Culture in partnership with Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) has commissioned seven emerging public artists to create temporary art installations along the North Seattle Neighborhood Greenway in Licton Springs for Art Interruptions 2020. The artworks will inhabit city sidewalks and parks and offer passers-by a… [ Keep reading ]

New artwork “Alone Together” delights downtown pedestrians

Friday, August 2, 2019, 2-3 p.m. Public celebration at Harbor Steps 1221 1st Ave, Seattle, WA 98101 Artwork stickers will be available for the first 250 people. A new artwork, Alone Together, by Juliana Kang Robinson will be interwoven into the infrastructure of the all-walk intersection of University and 1st… [ Keep reading ]