Monthly Archives: December 2010

Living Art in the Park

If you’ve walked by Chinatown-International District’s Hing Hay Park during these dark days of winter, you will have noticed a warm, sunset-like glow coming from the windows above the park. The glow comes from Etta Lilienthal and Ben Zamora’s installation … Continue reading

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Pinball + giving back = the best night ever

The Seattle Pinball Museum (508 Maynard Ave S) is offering a $2 discount on admission this weekend if you bring along 2 non-perishable food items! All food will be given to Chinatown-International District charities. As if you needed an excuse … Continue reading

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Architecture 101 Holiday Village Class for Kids

Architecture 101, the Storefront located at 601 S King St, will soon be offering a class for the holiday season! The class will begin the week before Christmas and will teach students about how people around the world celebrate during … Continue reading

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Launch success!

Storefronts Seattle opened Round 2 to much success last night!  The evening kicked off with a celebration for Storefronts artists, where City Councilmember Sally Clark praised the positive impact the program has had on South Downtown Seattle. The Storefronts were … Continue reading

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Storefronts Round 2 goes live TODAY!

Tonight’s the night! Come on out to Chinatown-International District and Pioneer Square to toast the launch of the second round of Storefronts Seattle! We can’t wait to show you this round of installations (many best viewed after dark) and creative … Continue reading

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