Rick is a Seattle-based, Tacoma-born, researcher, organizer, creative, and the new Racial Equity Coordinator with the Office of Arts & Culture. Trained in writing, critical race theory, and public policy at Seattle University, Rick’s previous [...]
On April 28-29, ARTS hosted the fourth installment of the Square Feet event. This roughly annual mini-conference explores different issues related to cultural space. This year the keynote speaker was Gus Newport, who spoke (at the Wing Luke Museum) [...]
May 8 – July 11, 2019; Anne Focke Gallery, City HallReception on Thursday, June 6, 4-6pm Presenting fourteen local artists whose multiple styles and subjects demonstrate the flexibility of the comix medium. Meet the artists on First Thursday in [...]
The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture’s Mayor’s Arts Awards celebrates the people and organizations that broaden our horizons and humanize our city and our world Nominate a person or an organization who you think should be recognized and [...]
Denny Substation is now home to two incredible new public artworks, the towering Transforest by Lead Pencil Studio and a kinetic piece, Switchwall, by Ned Kahn. The Office of Arts & Culture (ARTS) worked with Seattle City Light to incorporate [...]

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