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It’s one of the best places in Seattle at night where art, history, and entertainment come together, promising a night of fun and discovery. 12. Stroll the waterfront at Olympic Sculpture Park. A gem in Seattle’s downtown, Olympic Sculpture Park offers a blend of art and nature.
The Shirley family’s generous gift will also inspire public programs exploring Calder’s artistic practice. Events are planned for both the Seattle Art Museum and the Olympic Sculpture Park and will include talks, tours, performances, art-making workshops, and a family-friendly festival—stay tuned for more details!
This greenway will serve to connect the Olympic Sculpture Park to Pier 62, creating a safer and easier way for people on foot and bike to get to the heart of downtown. The Elliott Bay Trail is a ...
Wander through the Olympic Sculpture Park. The Seattle Olympic Sculpture Park is a stunning 9-acre outdoor museum located on the waterfront of Elliott Bay in downtown Seattle. The park features an impressive collection of sculptures and artwork from renowned artists.
Photograph: Shutterstock. 6. Seattle Barista Academy. Located a short drive from downtown in Tukwila, the Seattle Barista Academy offers three-hour classes for javaholics. If you’re a fan of the ...
8. Visit the Olympic Sculpture Park The Olympic Sculpture Park is a beautiful park located near the waterfront and features several large sculptures. It offers stunning views of the Puget Sound and is an excellent place for a picnic or a leisurely stroll. The park is open to the public and admission is free. 9. Explore the Woodland Park Zoo
SAM extends the invitation beyond the gallery walls, urging visitors to explore the monumental “The Eagle” at the Olympic Sculpture Park. This 39-foot emblem of Calder’s genius aligns perfectly with Seattle’s vivid landscape and stands as a tribute to the artist’s impactful presence in the public domain.
Back for its 8th year, the uber popular celebration of Queer and Trans Black, Indigenous, and People of Color returns as a co-production from the Seattle Art Museum and Seattle Public Library (and other partners)…it’s the return of LEGENDARY CHILDREN and once again it’s happening at the Olympic Sculpture Park, 2999 Western Avenue down off of the waterfront.
The project is at 2934 Western Ave., across the street from the Olympic Sculpture Park. Given the location, developers have been eyeing the site for years.
The American artist revolutionized sculpture with his colorful, airy works — and has a surprising Northwest backstory. Made of brass, sheet metal, wire and paint, Calder’s mobile “Dispersed ...