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Master art plans for downtown Seattle…

From the Office of Arts and Culture blog …. An artistic vision for downtown Seattle, brought to you by Susan Robb Artist Susan Robb has been commissioned by the Office of Arts & Culture (ARTS), in partnership with Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) to research, develop, and create a Public Art Plan for downtown Seattle. […]

Soft Power, Activated

Thursday, October 25, 2012 at 7:00pm Jacob Lawrence Gallery, University of Washington Campus You are cordially invited to: As part of Soft Power, Activated my presentation – part multimedia talk, part participatory studio – will cover such topics as the phonebook, place, the art of letter writing, social media, chance, penmanship, and desire. Bring your favorite pen. In conjunction […]

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Parking Squid christening

CALLING ALL BIKE LOVERS, CEPHALOPOD LOVERS, BIKERS WHO LOVE CEPHALOPODS, CEPHLAPODS WHO LOVE BIKES and those that just aren’t sure! Your presence is requested at the SQUID PARKING “OPENING”. Enjoy squid-shaped cookies, “christening juice”, and lovely other things from me, Sierra Nelson, and special guest appreciators of all things squidtastic! Thursday May 31st 4:30 – […]

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Look what washed up …

You can find her at Seattle Center on the north side of EMP. Special thanks to Seattle Office of Arts and Cultural Affairs and Michael Ryndinski  at Decorative Metal Arts.

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Coming Soon – Parking Squid!

Parking Squid will soon take to the streets! She will be installed in Seattle Center the morning of May 4th as part of Seattle Center’s Next 50 a “dialogue about the social and intellectual capital that feeds our region’s –and the world’s – creative energy. Parking Squid, may well be a friend to those giant […]

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Start breaking in your walking shoes …

Tolt Pipeline Trail, The Long Walk, 2011 Stock up on moleskin and start breaking in your walking shoes, The Long Walk is ON – July 26th-29th! Once again I will lead 50 trail trampers on a 4-day, 45-mile pedestrian adventure through the cities, suburbs, farmlands, and forests of King County using the Regional Trails System. […]

Warmth at Brightwater

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Clean Water

I’ll be installing Warmth, Giant Black Toobs Saturday, September 24th at the opening of Brightwater Center, Woodinville , WA (weather permitting) Brightwater is not only a waste treatment plant, but also a community gathering place, environmental education learning center, and a park: 72 acres of public open space, with walking trails, overlooks, picnic spots, public […]

Party With The Long Walkers

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Olympic Sculpture Park Make Scents

Cher, Derek Jeter, Justin Bieber, Napoleon, Salvador Dali, and Lady Gaga all have one: a signature scent. Now, the Olympic Sculpture Park  joins these celebrated ranks by enabling fans to cloak themselves in fragrances inspired by the park and its dynamic integration of landscape, architecture and art. “Perfume boys” mingled with the crowd offering samples […]

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