Join your neighbors on Monday, March 28, 6:30pm at The 2100 Building (2100 24th Ave. S.) in creating a public art plan for the people of Seattle’s Central District—art for all, by all, in our public spaces. Help us find new ways to enliven our streets, sidewalks and parks, highlight our rich cultural heritage, and include art in festivals, parades and events. This is the first of three community workshops and we look forward to hearing your ideas. Did we mention there will be food, activities for the kids, and artist performances? Not a bad way at all to spend a Monday evening, so stop on by.
You can also follow us online to learn more at http://artproject.centraldistrictseattle.org.
Editor’s note: See our previous story about the Central District Public Art Project.