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City Hall photography exhibition captures the essence of performance, through July 11

Performance/Art, on display at Seattle City Hall through July 11, features the dramatic work of four Seattle performance photographers who collaborate with dancers, musicians and actors to move beyond the fleeting moments of a performance to create powerful visual metaphors that convey  more than a snapshot. Photographers David Belisle, Gabriel Bienczycki,… [ 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 ]

Check out our December eNews

In this issue: Message from the interim director: 2010 recap and the future. The 2011 Youth Arts online application will open Wednesday, Dec. 15. Tour the new West Seattle fire station and see Lifter, a new site-specific, 26-foot sculpture. Nearly 200 supporters of equitable arts opportunities for youth attended the… [ Keep reading ]

Workshop on proprietary issues in public art, Nov. 17

Join in for the second in a series of workshops on public art and the law, coordinated by 4Culture and Washington Lawyers for the Arts. Proprietary Issues in Public Art will be noon to 1:30 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 17, at 4Culture, 101 Prefontaine Place S., Seattle.  Attorney and educator Robert… [ Keep reading ]

Free public art web seminar for artists, Nov. 3

Sit in on Public Art 101 for Artists: Working with Materials and Budgets, a free web seminar (or “webinar”) produced by Americans for the Arts. The webinar is 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 3, at Seattle Municipal Tower, 700 Fifth Ave. Working with Materials and Budgets will provide… [ Keep reading ]

Office to dedicate artwork for downtown construction fence

Celebrate eight artists’ works installed on the fence surrounding the Civic Square construction site in downtown Seattle. The Office will host a a dedication with remarks at 4:45 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 3, in the Seattle City Hall lobby, located at 600 Fourth Ave. A tour around the fence to view… [ Keep reading ]

Check out our November eNews

In this issue: This week, the Office announced $200,000 in awards to 44 individual artists working in the performing arts. Join in a discussion with about arts education at the sixth annual Arts in Education Forum, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., Monday, Nov. 8. The city of Seattle is seeking a director… [ Keep reading ]

Artwork to be dedicated at Crown Hill’s new fire station, Sept. 25

Join us in celebrating Rescue, a new public artwork by Seattle artist Kay Kirkpatrick, 1:30 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 25, at Crown Hill’s new Fire Station 35 at 8729 15th Ave., NW. Kirkpatrick will be on hand to talk about her work following the formal program. Rescue marks and shelters the… [ Keep reading ]

Celebrate public art at Lake Union Park grand opening, Sept. 25

Join us on Sept. 25 as we celebrate two public art projects at the grand opening celebration for Lake Union Park. Field Notes: Observing Lake Union is a year-long temporary public artwork that honors the ecology and history of Lake Union. Beginning Sept. 25, the cell phone audio tour will… [ Keep reading ]

Don’t miss the end of Windfall at Seattle Center, closing events Sept. 16 and 17

Stop by Seattle Center’s Theater Commons this weekend to see the temporary sound artwork Windfall before it closes Wednesday, Sept. 15. Since mid-June, the delicate sound of more than 1,000 small, cast-iron wind chimes have filled this new, sustainably landscaped campus entry at Seattle Center. On Sept. 16 and Sept…. [ Keep reading ]