While we are a big proponent of lidding I-5 to cut off the sights and sounds of freeway traffic (or even removing it) and creating new public land out of a thin air, it's a big idea that will...
Giddy. That’s how I felt when a coworker shared the news that Seattle had released The CAP Report: 30 Ideas for the Creation, Activation, & Preservation of Cultural Space. Here it was — what seemed to me to be the culmination of something...
In her own words, artist Laura Haddad, describes the inspiration, function, and process in designing her artwork "Cloud," which is featured at Sound Tranist's Angle Lake Station. https://youtu.be/p7L0c0FtkOc
Sound Transit has released updated designs for Mountlake Terrace Station, the penultimate station on the Lynnwood Link extension slated to open in 2023, marking the 60% design milestone. Earlier this month, Sound Transit released updated designs for two stations...
Local queer, Latinx artist Myra Lara held a very well attended art opening at Hybrid_Space last week. Not Even Barely Legal: (Desperately) Creative Infill Development included a mix of architectural sketches, comics, and is grounded in activism. Myra Lara is a thoughtful, talented artist...
Local artist Myra Rara will showcase her thought-provoking work on contemporary urban issues facing Seattle this Thursday at the Capitol Hill Art Walk: Hybrid_Space presents Myra Rara's Not Even Barely Legal: (Desperately) Creative Infill Development as a part of the...
Philip Wohlstetter has been stirring the pot in Seattle for quite some time. In the 1980s Wohlstetter helped launch Invisible Seattle, an artist-led effort to redefine Seattle through projects such as the eponymous collaborative novel formed by interviewing people on the streets. Now Wohlstetter...
Update: This story has been corrected to reflect that the City of Seattle does not require private developers to spend 1% of their budgets on art. The program applies to public projects, such as parks, libraries, community centers, and...