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Enjoy art and say goodbye to the Viaduct, Hello Waterfront

Don’t miss the biggest (and last) Viaduct party ever! Saturday, Feb. 2, 12:30 – 6 p.m. In celebration of the future waterfront and new tunnel and part of the overall series of events, the Office of the Waterfront and the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture will activate the top deck… [ Keep reading ]

Hello | Goodbye: Viaduct Arts Festival

Saturday, February 2, 2019 12:30-6 PM In celebration of the future waterfront and tunnel, the Office of the Waterfront and the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture will activate the top deck of Alaskan Way Viaduct with a once in a lifetime arts festival featuring unique performances, activities, and site-specific… [ Keep reading ]

Shaun Peterson talks art

The Source: Art, Featuring Coast Salish Artist Qwalsius-Shaun Peterson Thursday, June 18; 5:30-7:30 p.m. Waterfront Space, 1400 Western Ave, Seattle RSVP The Friends of Waterfront Seattle are hosting an evening with artist Qwalsius-Shaun Peterson. Peterson is a Coast Salish artist of Puyallup heritage who has recently been selected for a… [ Keep reading ]

Waterfront call for artist series presents Stephen Vitiello

Stephen Vitiello has been commissioned for an integrated, sound-based artwork on the Elliott Bay waterfront. Working with the sound-filled setting of the Seattle Waterfront, Vitiello will use sound as a major component in a new work that will expand visitors’ experience. “The Seattle waterfront is beautiful and ever-changing—misty, then sunny, then rainy…. [ Keep reading ]

Artist Cedric Bomford selected for Waterfront Seattle commission

The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture is pleased to announce the selection of Cedric Bomford for a major commission as part of Waterfront Seattle. A Canadian artist working in photography and installation, Bomford is currently based in Winnipeg, where he is an assistant professor in the University of Manitoba… [ Keep reading ]

Ann Hamilton selected for Waterfront public piers project

We could not be more thrilled to announce that internationally recognized artist Ann Hamilton has been selected for a commission on the new public piers as part of Waterfront Seattle. Hamilton, known for large-scale, sensory installations, is the recipient of a MacArthur “genius grant” and has also represented the United… [ Keep reading ]

Art, Design, and Play: A Waterfront Seattle Conference | March 7-8, 2014

Save the Date: March 7-8, 2014 Waterfront Seattle and its partners will organize a conference on the intersections between art, design, and play in the city beginning March 7 with a keynote talk, and continuing on Saturday March 8. The conference will bring together artists, designers, historians, and advocates to… [ Keep reading ]

A Vision for 2014

From increased investments in arts education and cultural space, to celebrating the 40th anniversary of our 1% for Art program, to welcoming Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute into the Office, 2013 was a dramatic year of growth and development and we look forward to an even more exciting 2014. In… [ Keep reading ]

On Dec 4, Coll Thrush talks ‘Native Seattle’

On Wednesday, December 4, Coll Thrush will give a talk at the Olympic Sculpture park at 7 pm. The talk will be on representations of indigenous life in Seattle’s civic imagery, art and monuments, and look at issues raised by the use of First Nations icons in the Vancouver Olympics… [ Keep reading ]

Announcing Stephen Vitiello as selected artist for sound project on the Waterfront

In June of this year, our office put out a call for a sound artist to create an integrated, sound-based artwork on the Elliott Bay waterfront. The call was in collaboration with the Seattle Department of Transportation as part of the redevelopment of Seattle’s Central Waterfront and is one of… [ Keep reading ]