Posts tagged with Seattle Office of Arts and Culture Archives - Powerlines

Introducing Kate Clark, City Light’s new Artist-in-Residence

Seattle City Light, in partnership with the Office of Arts & Culture (ARTS), has commissioned Kate Clark to be the utility’s Artist-in-Residence for approximately one year, starting in September 2021. Clark will work closely with City Light staff to learn about the utility’s operations and facilities, enabling her to create… [ Keep reading ]

Historic Georgetown Steam Plant Powers Graphic Novel

The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture (ARTS), in partnership with Seattle City Light has selected David Lasky and Mairead Case to create a fictionalized graphic novel about the historic Georgetown Steam Plant. 

Spotlight Art Tours with Deborah Paine

From November to January, Spotlight Art Tours is featuring artwork from City Light’s portable collection.

ALL RISE at Denny Substation Site Concludes with Artist Jesse Sugarmann

The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture’s collaborative temporary art program ALL RISE at the site of Seattle City Light’s future Denny Substation is concluding a year and a half of programming with artist Jesse Sugarmann.

Seattle City Light and the Office of Arts & Culture Announce Partnership with the Pollinator Pathway

Seattle City Light is partnering with the Office of Arts & Culture to work with design thinker Sarah Bergmann to develop a plan to create a Pollinator Pathway through City Light’s Creston-Duwamish transmission line right-of-way, a 60-acre, 14-mile long power line corridor stretching from south Seattle to Tukwila.

Seattle City Light Celebrates Seattle Center’s Next Fifty

Artist Adam Frank has created a living map of Seattle’s electrial distribution and energy use called CURRENT, which will be unveiled during the opening weekend celebration of The Next Fifty at the Seattle Center.

Adam Frank Chosen Seattle City Light Artist-in-residence

Adam Frank will work as artist-in-residence at Seattle City Light, where he will study the utility’s energy conservation programs and develop a series of innovative projects to bring awareness to energy conservation.