I recently had the pleasure of speaking with Edward Krigsman on his EK on the GO podcast, a wonderful resource that brings together local people charged with creating, preserving, and celebrating places that matter in the Seattle area.
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. […]
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 […]
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 – […]
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.
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 […]