10/19
What is a solar utopia? Britta Johnson, artist and curator, posed that question to 12 regional film and video artists, asking them to respond with short videos that will be showcased online individually and as a compilation in January 2021. The [...]
10/15
Seattle’s Public Art Boot Camp is an intensive training program that culminates in a commission of a temporary artwork for the City of Seattle. The “recruits” have been selected through a competitive application process, and starting this November [...]
10/14
The Office of Arts & Culture (ARTS) in partnership with the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT), has selected seven emerging public artists to create temporary art installations in the Licton Springs Greenway. These works will be part of [...]
9/29
Today, Mayor Jenny A. Durkan is releasing her 2021 Proposed Budget. This budget comes during a series of unprecedented challenges for the City. A pandemic, an economic recession, a civil rights reckoning, climate related wildfires, and failing [...]
9/25
by Tina LaPadula The Creative Advantage hosted virtual professional learning for teachers and arts partners led by Art with Heart (AwH). Here are some reflections from facilitator Chelsey Thornton, Senior Operations Manager, AwH. You know you had an [...]

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