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  2. Summer at SAM - SAM - Seattle Art Museum

    Play, picnic, and create this summer at the Olympic Sculpture Park. SAM presents an entire summer season packed full of activities and performances that combine visual art, music, and community. Join us Thursdays for evening concerts with food trucks and art making and Saturdays for daytime movement classes, tours, and community partner activities.

  3. Olympic Sculpture Park - What To Know BEFORE You Go | Viator

    The Basics. Olympic Sculpture Park comprises Seattle’s largest green space, covering nine acres of waterfront close to downtown. The park includes permanent works by some of the most influential artists of the past half-century and in summer hosts temporary exhibits. More than just an art exhibit, Olympic Sculpture Park attracts locals and ...

  4. The Eagle – Works – eMuseum - Seattle Art Museum

    American, 1898 - 1976. A third-generation American sculptor, Alexander Calder studied mechanical engineering before studying art. In the 1920s-30s while in Paris, he developed two distinctive genres of sculpture: mobiles, or sculptures that move, and stabiles, which are stationary. The Eagle, created at a time when Calder was recognized as one ...

  5. 10 BEST Things to See at Olympic Sculpture Park - CityBOP

    The park has stunning sculptures, and superb views of Puget Sound, the Olympic Mountains and Mt Rainier. It's a great place to unwind on a sunny day, with plenty of lawned areas for picnics and relaxation. The Olympic Sculpture Park is located at 2901 Western Avenue, and is free to visit. 10 best things to see at Olympic Sculpture Park. 1.

  6. Former Microsoft exec and wife donate $200M worth of art to ...

    Shirley’s relationship with the museum goes back decades: In the early 2000s, he spearheaded the campaign and provided the founding gift to create Seattle’s Olympic Sculpture Park, a 9-acre ...

  7. Events Detail - SAM

    Feb 25 2023. Olympic Sculpture Park. Grounds and Pavilion. 9 AM – 1 PM. Restore and reconnect with yourself through movement and art with SAM Body & Mind. Join us in the Olympic Sculpture Park Pavilion on the fourth Saturday of each month this winter for yoga, sound bowl performances, and art activities hosted by local community partners.

  8. Olympic Sculpture Park - Our Work in WA -

    Transformed from an oil tank farm to an award-winning waterfront park, Olympic Sculpture Park is a green and creative respite in the heart of busy downtown Seattle. Large industrial cylinders once dominated the 7.3-acre waterfront property. The State of Washington deemed the land contaminated and in need of extensive clean-up, making ...

  9. Olympic Sculpture Park | Belltown & Seattle Center, Seattle ...

    The Olympic Sculpture Park is Seattle's largest downtown green space, an imaginative reuse of former wasteland between the waterfront, the railway tracks and Western Ave. Zigzagging pathways cut between giant sculptural forms and angular steel constructions, dropping down to a shingle beach that is often strewn with driftwood.

  10. Art Meets Habitat:: The Olympic Sculpture Park – Kelly Brenner

    The Olympic Sculpture Park in Seattle is a beautiful place. The 8.5 acre park sits alongside Elliott Bay, overlooking the Puget Sound, islands and the Olympic Mountains to the west, downtown Seattle to the south and the Space Needle to the east.

  11. Weightlessness: Tour The Eagle - SAMBlog

    The Olympic Sculpture Park has four distinct landscapes that reflect the native ecosystems of the Pacific Northwest: The Valley, The Grove, The Meadow, and The Shore. They provide a diversity of settings for art and introduce an array of plants and birds found in the Puget Sound region. You can find The Eagle standing in one of the meadows. On ...

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