The Let There Be Light program will feature two,
multi day exhibits of large scale projected video art onto the head house of the Pier 86 grain terminal during
December of 2018!

With a canvas that is 222ft tall and exhibits that will run for a total of 11 days, this program will be the largest and longest public video art exhibits to date in the Seattle area!

The exhibits will be able to be viewed from Centennial Park, Myrtle Edwards Park, as well as part of Downtown, SODO, West Seattle, Queen Anne and from the water.

The long awaited art on the Pier 86 Grain Terminal features two different projection art installations from Northwest artists.

While the two exhibits will be working within the theme of the project, they will showcase and explore very different avenues of the art.


Dec 7th-9th, 2018

Showing nightly 6pm-10pm

Artists - SIGNALS
Nicolas Sassoon; Vancouver BC Canada
Rick Silva; Eugene, Oregon

"SIGNALS is a collaborative project by artists Nicolas Sassoon (Vancouver, BC) and Rick Silva (Eugene, OR) focusing on immersive audio-visual renderings of altered seascapes.”


Dec 14th-21st, 2018

Showing nightly 6pm-10pm

Artists - Hexagon Misfit
Chris Rojas; Seattle
Craig Winslow; Portland
Instagram: @hexagonmisfit

“Hexagon Misfit will visually explore the past, present and future of the Waterfront and peoples of the PNW with projection mapping, 3D imaging, and historical moments.”


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The Artists

Mollie Bryan
Owner/Curator of Lusio Events

Charles Bookman
QACC, Magnolia District Council, Retired SDOT Traffic Division Head

Jeff Hawk
Queen Anne Resident
Financial Manager, McKinstry

Barry Hyman
Belltown Resident,  Retired UW Professor

Jodi Itman
ILWU Local 19

David Levinson
Belltown Community Council
Downtown District Council
Retired Attorney

Michele Marchi
Magnolia Community Council
Immigration Attorney, Carney & Marchi

Don Miles
Queen Anne Resident
Retired Architect

Ann Priftis
Sr Manager Business Development, Amazon Art

Eleanor Roemer
Retired General Counsel & Policy
Director, Friends of Parks, Chicago

Bob Roemer
Dean Emeritus
College of Education, Loyola University

Jane Savard
Belltown Community Council, BBA, Downtown District Council,
Attorney, Liberty Mutual

Betty  Winfield
Belltown Resident
Retired University of Missouri Professor



 Addie Dunlap
Seattle Central Area Photographer & Activist
Retired Communication Specialist

Nathan Germain
Steinbrueck Native Gallery Curator

Nicole Kistler
West Seattle Artist

Yoko Mureo
Capitol Hill Artist/Choreographer

Patty Tackaberry
Belltown, Retired Arts Journalist

Ernie Thomas
Seward Park Area Artist
Retired Boeing Engineer

Kathleen Warren
Director Urban Arts Works

Daniel Winterbottom
Wallington, UW Professor of Landscape Architecture


Rosie Courtney
Port of Seattle Liasion

Ed Pottharst
DON Project Advisor

Lindsay Pulsifer
Port of Seattle Waterfront Manager &
Director Maritime Division




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