Capitol Hill (Art) Wall Project: Part 2!

Last week, we looked at the first half of the Capital Hill Wall Project (sponsored by the Sound Transit Art Program) that’s located in my awesome, little Seattle neighborhood (Capitol Hill). Here is the second half of this fabulous installation! Look! There’s even more! BOOM, indeed! This art wall is something I enjoy as often […]

Capitol Hill (Art) Wall Project: Part 1!

The city of Seattle has some transportation issues. Hey, I love this city, but it’s got some problems. What city doesn’t? Anyway, I bring this up to illustrate (no pun intended) the great way the city responds to construction. The many cranes are decorated for the holidays, construction sites that sit vacant become pop-up art […]

‘THE CONVERSATION’ Artist Dylan Neuwirth’s Beautiful, Multimedia Exhibition!

Dylan Neuwirth with his exhibition 'THE CONVERSATION.' 2011.

Seattle Artist Dylan Neuwirth’s ‘THE CONVERSATION’ Dylan Neuwirth, a local Seattle artist, has a very interesting and immersive art style. His masterful use of the entire gallery space creates quite an experience. His multimedia approach allows him to control the room with his artwork, lighting and unique sense of style. His most recent exhibition ‘THE […]

Art/Not Terminal Gallery and Feature Artist Cecilia Mayr!

Art/Not Terminal Gallery 2045 Westlake Avenue, Seattle WA. Phone 206.233.0680

Art/Not Terminal Gallery Features ‘Echo of Colors’ by Artist Cecilia Mayr My latest http://www.culturemob.com article on a killer local Seattle art gallery and it’s latest show. This month’s serving of art at Art/Not Terminal Gallery (hereon in known as A/NT), an all-volunteer, artist-run gallery here in Seattle, WA, features artist Cecilia Mayr and her exhibition […]

A Celebration of Art, Music & History: The Jackson Street Music History Project!

Image of Ernestine Anderson from the Jackson Street Music History Project.

This is a look at my most recent culturemob.com article about a local Seattle community making a difference in its own backyard. Ryan Curran – a Community Development Specialist at the City of Seattle Office of Housing – and a whole host of the Central District’s community leaders, businesses and residents have turned an overgrown, […]