Public Art Roundtables

Seattle’s hardworking Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs is hosting a series of public art roundtables and they’d like to invite you, the aspiring public artist, to join them.

The Public Art Roundtables workshop is dedicated to emerging public artists. Attendees get to take part in half hour roundtable discussions on everything from preparing a strong application to developing projects and covering one’s rear end, legally speaking. There are also opportunities to schedule 15 minute one on one sessions for more individualized discussion.

Some of the presenters include artists Marita Dingus, Claudia Fitch, Kay Kirkpatrick, and Kristin Tollefson as well as staff members of the Art & Cultural Affairs office.

If you want to attend these roundtables, taking place Saturday, September 19th at City Hall, the good news is that they’re totally free. The bad news is that there is limited space–you’ll want to hurry and sign up ASAP; get contact info by visiting the Office of Art & Cultural Affairs workshop page.

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