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PUBLIC MEETING TO INFORM CULTURAL PLACEMAKING ART at new 12TH & YESLER DEVELOPMENT

September 24 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Free

Central Area, International District and surrounding community members are invited to a public meeting on Tuesday September 24: learn more about the art plan, meet the artists, and how cultural place making will play a significant role in the design of the planned development at 12th & Yesler.

As part of the design and community review process, community members indicated a desire to see more design integration that illustrates a greater sense of the Central Area’s history and culture, identifying this area as a “crossroad and cultural anchor.” Acknowledging the area as having a great opportunity for being a “Cultural Placemaker,” the art plan intentionally illuminates the Central Area’s multi-cultural history and legacy.

The public meeting will bring together the team of artists to hear more about the stories of the Central Area to help inform designs, design themes, and the cultural significance of the corner’s history, and opportunities for inspiring the future. All are welcome!

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Date:
September 24
Time:
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Cost:
Free
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Venue

Washington Hall
153 14th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122 United States
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Phone:
206-316-7613

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