6/19
In 2019, a Capstone team of University of Washington Evans School of Policy and Governance graduate students undertook a study of the region’s creative economy under the direction of the Office of Arts & Culture (ARTS) and Office of Economic [...]
6/19
Design firm Civilization was selected to create a series of artworks conceived as a “connective tissue” that will create thematic elements across multiple sites at The AIDS Memorial Pathway. These artworks will be at points around the pathway to help [...]
6/13
Free celebration includes blessing, and storytelling.Friday, June 21, 2019, Noon – 3 pmKing Street Station Plaza, 303 S. Jackson Street at the corner of 4th Avenue S., Seattle Brings the Medicine Sundial, a temporary public sculpture intended [...]
6/10
Five local artists will bring The AMP alive The Office of Arts & Culture (ARTS), in partnership with The AMP: AIDS Memorial Pathway commissioned five artists to create a series of small-scale temporary artworks and performances for the AMPlify [...]
6/10
Written by Erin Naomi Burrows, Seattle University MFA in Arts Leadership practicum student. The Creative Careers Cohort, launched in March, 2019, wrapped up three-sessions of sharing best practices (i.e. secret sauce). Through these in-person [...]

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