Tag Archives: Seattle Office of Arts & Culture

Art Exhibit Speaks to Extinction, in Animal Kingdom and Black America

by Amanda Ong


South Jackson Street’s King Street Station is an iconic landmark for Seattle history as an entry point for Chinese immigrants and Black migrants in the early 1900s. A bustling transit center today, the station is also a lively arts space and gallery hosted by the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture — ARTS at King Street Station. The nickname rings true as a warm invitation to its public arts space and for showing some love to underrepresented artists.

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CityArtist Grant Applications Open to Performance Artists Until April 27

by Amanda Ong


From now until April 27, the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture is accepting applications for the 2023 CityArtist Grant. This year grants are available for performance artists, a category that includes dance/choreography, music/composition, theater, and playwriting. 

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