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Office of Arts & Culture eNews September 2013 Neighborhood & Community Arts funding open
 
Cultural Facilities funding closes Sept. 4 RFPs to program former Egyptian Theatre due Sept. 17
 
New guide to downtown public art
 
Langston Institute's fall play: "Moms" Mabley Affordable healthcare event for artists, October 14
 
Exhibition features artists who have immigrated, reception Sept.5 Weather exhibition part II reception Sept. 11
 
Welcoming Elisheba Johnson to our team Lara Davis joins staff as arts education specialist
 
OTHER NEWS
Seeking a public relations specialist
Arts & Social Change get-together, Sept. 8
SAM Art & Environment panel features Ruri Yampolsky, public art director, Sept. 13
'Art Interruptions' continue through mid-September
'Chromatic Crystallization' at Westlake Park continues through mid-September
Seattle Center's 'Artists-at-Play' call for artists closes Sept. 4

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IMAGES: Top to bottom, left to right: Honk! Fest West 2013, photo by Wayne Worden; The Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience, photo by Jennifer Richard; Egyptian Theatre; Seattle public art map and guide designed by Civilization; poster for Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute’s show “Moms Mabley”; Ponciano Germán Vargas Martínez "Kum-Baash," La Luna Roja (Red Moon), 2013; John Armstrong, Approaching Storm, 2009; Elisheba Johnson; Lara Davis, photo by Susie Fitzhugh.