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Office of Arts & Culture eNews April 2014 Call for artists: Art Interruptions on First Hill
 
Mayor's Arts Awards nominations open April 15
 
ALL RISE appears overnight on Denny Way
 
Ann Hamilton selected for Waterfront public piers project
 
Artists: Get Counted!
 
Save the date: Arts Means Business grant opens April 22
 
EHAG Gallery exhibit opens April 16 Georgetown Festival Street artist selected: Chris McMullen
 
Work Readiness Arts Program closes April 9
 
New exhibition opens in SMT Gallery
 
LHPAI Film Festival starts April 26
 
Seeking Events & Outreach Intern
 
OTHER NEWS
Applications open to be a Seattle Arts Commissioner
Join us: Neighborhood Summit April 5
Sheila Klein dedication on Bell St. April 12
American Association of Museums in Seattle
CityArtist Profile: Natasha Marin
CityArtist Profile: Stephanie Guerra
CityArtist Profile: Ward Serrill
expand(art) | a conversation: April 15
April Twitter Party: Temporary Art
April Neighborhood & Community Arts events
Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute 2014 Season

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IMAGES: Top to bottom, left to right: Brian Gerich and Ian Horton, Blind Drift, photo by Zack Bent. The Event of a Thread, 2012, Ann Hamilton. Arne Phil, This is not a Gentle Poem, 2014, photo by Annie Holden. Seattle Opera's Family Day at McCall Hall. Photo by Bill Mohn. Chris McMullen, PAS (Potentially Annoying Sound), 2011. Sawhorse Revolution program, photo by Jenny Crooks. Alice Wheeler; Tent City, Seattle, WA, April 1999; 2010. Rajaa Gharbi, Contractions in the Homeland, 2011.


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