Find ‘Art Interruptions’ in Beacon Hill and the Central Waterfront

Artworks on street and park infrastructure, furniture and trees bring surprise and humor, On view through Sept. 20

1Temporary artworks eliciting moments of surprise, beauty and humor are dotted through Beacon Hill and the Central Waterfront via the Art Interruptions series produced by the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture.  The artworks, intended to last for approximately six weeks, appear on city sidewalks and in parks offering a brief interruption in viewers’ days. Twelve artists have created temporary installations, most of which are on view through Sept. 20, though dates vary depending on the type of artwork. Projects range from a light-hearted photo cutout to traditional rangoli and flower mandalas made by local Indian artists in the Beacon Hill neighborhood and faux discarded banana peels to patterned handrails on the Waterfront.
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Are you an artist with your own workshop or work in a shared work space? King County offers free workshops on the Hidden Hazards in the Arts. Four workshops are coming soon and these are all free to the public! 

king_county_logoThese entertaining and insightful workshops are designed for artists and art educators to help them protect themselves and their environment from toxic, corrosive and flammable chemicals, while still producing vibrant art.

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Part of our mission here at SeattleArtists.com is to use digital technology to promote local artists and their work, as well as distribute art related information that we feel the community would benefit from.

arts-of-kenmore-logoIn the spirit of that goal, we’d like to give a quick shout-out to The Arts of Kenmore organization. This non-profit organization gives out several grants to local schools to support their arts programs.

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