11/28
by Dr. James R. Gore American literary giants such as Langston Hughes, Tony Morrison, Ralph Ellison, and James Baldwin utilized Jazz as literal and metaphorical perspectives of African American life in literature. An essay by Mohamed Schir Syad [...]
11/15
By Tina LaPadula, Arts Education Manager The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture (ARTS) in its partnership with Seattle Public Schools (SPS) is pleased to welcome Rayna Mathis, the new SPS Creative Advantage project manager. The Creative Advantage [...]
11/15
Perched at the apex of Highland Park Drive a larger-than-life Steller’s Jay will soon watch over the neighborhood.  This new artwork concept, tentatively titled “Where’s the Party” by artist Matthew Mazzotta was selected by a community [...]
11/2
As our cultural sector strives to recover from the pandemic, a part of moving forward is creating a more equitable and human-centered working culture. Presented by the Office of Arts & Culture, this free virtual share-out features artists and [...]
11/1
On the road with royal alley-barnes, Acting Director for the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture Seattle is an incredible City that is home to a diverse and expansive art and cultural sector. Almost every neighborhood is home to art, artists, and [...]

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