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Monthly Archives: September 2010
Watch Artzone’s excellent piece on Storefronts Seattle here! Find us about 10 minutes in.
Artist Chauney Peck, whose installation is housed at 409 Maynard in the Chinatown-International District, recently had the chance to tell Storefronts a little about her work, philosophies, and her experience with the program and neighborhood. How would you describe your … Continue reading
Storefronts Seattle recently had the chance to ask artist Ingrid Lahti a few questions about her installation, Forget, which can be found in The Tashiro-Kaplan Building. Ingrid has been making public art and solo work for over 30 years. Her work … Continue reading
Storefronts Seattle launched just a little over a week ago, but the community has already been buzzing about the activity our participants are bringing to Chinatown-International District and Pioneer Square. A recent story aired on KIRO Radio notes that bringing … Continue reading
This past Thursday, Chinatown-International District (ID) had its final JamFest of the summer while Storefronts had its launch. The two events were such a match. Not only were there a variety of Storefronts to visit, but there was also live … Continue reading
Storefronts Seattle launched this Thursday with a ceremony at the Seattle Metropolitan Police Museum. The museum was crowded with artists, property owners and community representatives. Additionally, the visit of the Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn was a great honor for everyone … Continue reading
Storefronts Seattle launched to great success last night. More info and photos to come, but we thought we’d share some excellent images from Chelsea Williams to whet your appetite.
Seattle’s Pioneer Square and Chinatown-International District will be busier than ever today. In addition to the First Thursday Art Walk in the Square, and JamFest in the ID, the two neighborhoods have gained new eye-catching temporary residents: Storefronts Seattle’s artists … Continue reading