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Poetry on Buses

It’s baack! Seattle’s innovative poetry on buses program has returned. Over the next year, riders will experience new works of poetry from 125 local writers.  Read More 
BAM_ARTSfair

BAM ARTSfair – 2013

The Annual BAM ARTSfair is just around the corner! In its 67th year, BAM is as vibrant as ever! Held in conjunction with two other fairs, the Bellevue Festival of the Arts and 6th Street Fair, there is something creative going on in every corner of downtown Bellevue!  Read More 
Fremont Art Walk

First Friday Fremont Art Walk

Most neighborhoods in Seattle now has their own Art Walk and is a testament to our city’s love of art and culture. Arguably, everyday is an Art Walk in Fremont, with its many outdoor art installations (the Lenin statue, Troll, and the Rocket) but on the first Friday of every month most businesses will be featuring …  Read More 
georgetown festival

Georgetown Carnival

Art, Music, and Power tools, Oh my! The Georgetown Carnival is coming to town! Georgetown prides itself on being eclectic – and this show is definitely that! This festival has all of the regulars; music, art, and food – but with the flavor of Georgetown.  Read More 
Seattle iMatter Now March

Seattle iMatter Now March

Earth Day is approaching, and with it are some great events throughout our city. Seattle iMatter Now March celebrates the launch of a local youth-led climate justice movement. Taking place on Earth Day, the march begins with speakers at Pike Place Market and ends at the Olympic Sculpture Park to join the Earth Day for …  Read More 
Waiting for the Interurban

Waiting for the Interurban

Seattle’s Fremont neighborhood is full of odd and interesting sculptures, such as the Fremont Troll. But one of the most popular is Waiting for the Interurban, which depicts 5 people and a dog waiting for the Interurban rail line which used to connect downtown Seattle with its neighborhoods.  Read More 
Olympic Sculpture Park

Olympic Sculpture Park

Wedged right between the Belltown neighborhood in downtown Seattle and Elliott Bay is the Olympic Sculpture Park, a perfect way to enjoy a beautiful day taking in the awesome natural scenery of Puget Sound and the surrounding mountains, along with some stunning public art works. Best of all, the park is free!  Read More 
The Fremont Troll

The Fremont Troll

Something ominous lurks under Seattle’s most impressive bridge. Under the north end of the Aurora Bridge lives the Fremont Troll, a giant concrete public art work that is holding an actual Volkwagen Beetle in its large grip.  Read More