Mustering out for The Long Walk.
Susan Robb in the house along with flags, coolers &tc. Hair marginally on fire here in Public Art. All part of the job, people.
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madart intervention on Seattle’s Capitol Hill is a 4Culture Group Arts Project. Also awesome.
Party at the Paramount was wonderful. Here’s the ceiling of the main lobby projected with stars for Lucia Neare’s performance. Luminous clocks and white roses to end the evening’s performances, which featured African rhythms and song, a capella harmonizing, violin, chamber music and more.
This lovely photo may be found on the Paramount Importance blog with a recap.
The Seattle Theatre Group (our host at the Paramount) has a recap too - see it here.
party like it’s 5834!
ESSB 5834, a bill that provides a future for 4Culture and the arts and heritage communities of King County was signed into law by Governor Gregoire on June 15, 2011.
It’s time to celebrate!
Tuesday, June 28, 2011, 7:00 – 9:30 P.M.
Paramount Theatre, 911 Pine Street, Seattle WA 98101
© 2009 Molly Landreth, Cooper, Oakland, CA, Photograph
The Governor is signing our bill today! Folks from the office are going down to witness the moment and we are deep in party planning mode. June 28 (that’s a Tuesday night) from 7:00 - 9:30 p.m. at the Paramount Theatre. Come on down and bask in the gratitude, people. You made it happen. Arts & Heritage matters - believe it.
don’t wear these shoes on the long walk
For the second year artist Susan Robb will lead The Long Walk: 4 days, 45+ miles from Puget Sound to Snoqualmie Falls. 50 slots are open to intrepid walkers who will take to the King County Trail system July 28 - 31. You can read all about it here. Whatever you do, if you go? Don’t wear these shoes. Things could get ugly.
Photo by Brandi Link