Bring your family for Kids’ Saturdays, where kids explore the Olympic Sculpture Park, get creative with drop-in artactivities, and have fun learning with community partners. Grab a cardboard box from home and turn it into art! Kids will create a vehicle from boxes and recycled materials for an indoor “drive-in” movie.
Above all, art should be fun.
Sculpture thinks about eternity.
I’m trying to motivate through a sense of the marvelous…
Explore performance, social sculpture, and collective participation on select Saturday nights at the Olympic Sculpture Park. Generate ideas and get inspired by interacting with meaningful artistic practices of our region. Each night is a unique opportunity to be a part of a process, helping create performances and build environments in response to the Olympic Sculpture Park and the Seattle region.
Drinks provided courtesy of Lagunitas Brewing Company.
I create theatricalized spaces about desire and longing.
MY WORK explores contagion, compulsion, and deeply immersive performative states.
My concepts often involve food as a central motivator, one that operates from simplicity and communal activity.
IMAGES: Seattle Cloud Cover (detail), 2006, Teresita Fernández, Olympic Sculpture Park Art Acquisition Fund, in honor of the 75th Anniversary of the Seattle Art Museum, 2006.140, © Teresita Fernandez, Photo: Benjamin Benschneider;
Love & Loss (detail), 2005-2006, Roy McMakin, Olympic Sculpture Park Art Acquisition Fund and gift of Paul G. Allen Family Foundation, in honor of the 75th Anniversary of the Seattle Art Museum, 2007.2, © Roy McMakin, Photo: Benjamin Benschneider;
Echo (detail), 2011, Jaume Plensa, Barney A. Ebsworth Collection, 2013.22. © Jaume Plensa, Photo: Benjamin Benschneider; Photo: Robert Wade; Photo: Natali Wiseman. Photo: Justin Gollmer; Photo: Courtesy of Mandy Greer; Photo: Cameron Irwin; Photo: Courtesy of Natalie Riha.