There are few better things than getting to step beyond one’s day-to-day routine, encouraging a fresh view on life (and one’s own city).
It’s been a roller coaster winter this year. In comparison to past years, there’s been more sun and less rain at the expense of a lot of snow. While I personally loved the snow (don’t hate me) I think we’re all more than ready to put that past us, right? As we anxiously await spring and warmer temperatures, here’s a list of our favorite parks for walks (you just might need to bundle up).
Meet, dance, listen, create, play.
SAM Remix returns, and it’ll be a celebration of summer among Sam Vernon’s site-specific installation, How Ghosts Sleep (Seattle): Hive and the Olympic Sculpture Park collection during a special evening of performances, tours, art-making, and dancing under the stars. SAM Remix is always a fun
Olympic Sculpture Park hosts its first fancy dog event.
In this edition of Dog Days, we feature the first annual Fancy Dog, an event on Saturday, June 14th to help raise funds & awareness for the Seattle Humane Society’s Pet Project. This special program is designed to support
Celebrate land and sea Seattleite-style.
The Seattle Art Museum (SAM) Remix is celebrating land and sea through performances, dancing, games and Park After Dark tours by local artists, curators and more.