Could West Seattle become an official Arts & Culture District?

More news from the Junction historical-survey launch event we covered earlier today: Edie Neeson from ArtsWest (WSB sponsor) announced a plan to pursue designation of West Seattle as an official Arts and Culture District. This is a relatively new city program – explained here – and so far, Capitol Hill is the only part of the city with the designation, which happened last fall. ArtsWest’s plan is in its very early stages but the organization’s board is talking about it again this week so you can expect to hear more soon.

5 Replies to "Could West Seattle become an official Arts & Culture District?"

  • baga March 18, 2015 (3:55 pm)

    Just the title of this story alone brought a smile to my face. Love the idea.

  • SBP March 18, 2015 (5:07 pm)

    Great! I second the smile reaction! 😄

  • some dude March 18, 2015 (7:50 pm)


  • heather March 18, 2015 (8:15 pm)


  • Noelle March 18, 2015 (10:26 pm)

    With the Art Walks each month, the Alki Art Fair every summer, and Music and Theater and all the other art around, it seems like a natural label for West Seattle to adopt.

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