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.
Join me Tuesday, May 29, 2018, 7:30PM at Phinney Center, Seattle, WA were I will be in conversation with artists Kaia Sand and Rex Hohlbein as part of Town Hall Seattle Arts & Culture series and Phinney Neighborhood Association. I will be speaking about my current position as Artist in Residence for the City of […]
I’ve join forces with the brilliant Atlas Obscura to lead you all on the newest version of my Urban Arbortecture tour of downtown Seattle. We’ll walk through downtown and investigate city planning, social justice, and public and private space. January’s tour is already sold out but you can still join me in February. Makes a fine […]
Forterra’s Ampersand Magazine goes from page to stage at the Moore Theatre! Ampersand Live is an evening of edgy and nerdy unrehearsed stories and performances about the Pacific Northwest by all-local artists, performers, musicians, writers, and more. Local writer, actor, and singer Sarah Rudinoff hosts a stellar lineup of (always) all-local contributors: Lynda V. Mapes | journalist […]
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. […]
VISUAL ART > FEATURE SEP 10, 2014 Susan Robb Is Going from Mexico to Canada Like No Artist Has Gone Before On her five-month walk along the Pacific Crest Trail, the artist is Instagramming nature, replicating rocks, and Facebooking the sublime. Why on earth would someone go out into the wild to blog? by Jen Graves Moves from biome […]