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Office of Arts & Culture eNews January 2014 Director Randy Engstrom's vision for 2014
 
Call for artists: North Police Precinct Save the date: Waterfront Play Conference
 
$50M in funding; Neighborhood & Community Arts recipients
 
'Ning Ning' by Karen de Luna comes to Storefronts Follow us! Like us!
 
New Exhibitions: Seattle Municipal Tower City Hall galleries Ethnic Heritage gallery
 
Arts Education Roster opening Jan. 21 Seattle Symphony free concert Jan. 24
 
OTHER NEWS
Twitter Party with 4Culture Jan. 22
Creative Advantage interviews Ballard High School film students
Youth Arts funding open
Cultural Space request for proposal open

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IMAGES: Top to bottom, left to right: Randy Engstrom, photo by Jenny Crooks. Gloria Bornstein, Sentinels, 2008, permanently sited at Fire Station 10 and Fire Alarm Center/Emergency Operations Center. Photo courtesy of Gabriela Burkhalter. Giant puppet at Trolloween 2013, photo by John Cornicello. Ning Ning by Karen Garrett de Luna. Rick Bartow, Story Teller II (detail), 1996, pastel and graphite on paper, photo courtesy of the artist. Kate Jessup, Saltwater Frost (detail), 2013, wood and mirrored glass, 36" x 70", photo by Mira Poling. Al Doggett, Maasai Mother (detail), 2013, pastel, 24" x 15.5", photo courtesy of the artist. Student from Chief Sealth HS, photo by Susie Fitzhugh. Seattle Symphony performance at City Hall, 2013, photo by Jenny Crooks.