On September 29 Seattle residents will have a chance to learn about the on-going DON feasibility study on art on the grain elevator & silos soon.
To be held at SAM 's Sculpture Park Pavilion (corner of Broad & Western), 7 p.m., the meeting will have consultant Lesley Bain, Framework, and others discuss the feasibility findings thus far and garner neighborhood feedback.
Also attending will be the local politicians, such as State Rep. Reuven Carlyle and others, as well as port officials.
FAP86 (Friends of Art on Pier 86) will have refreshments available and discounted parking has been provided onsite by Republic Parking for $3.00.
We sadly report that after battling leukemia John Coney, long-time community activist and FAP 86 Steering Committee member, died on August 7. We will greatly miss John, one of the originators of the Uptown Alliance, the prime pusher for the Thomas Street Overpass into Myrtle Edwards Park, and numerous other Queen Anne endeavors.
We will be sharing information on the project at the following upcoming Farmer's Markets:
Magnolia at the shopping center on McGraw Street
Saturdays July 4, July 18 and August 8 (10 a.m. -2 p.m.)
Queen Anne on West Crockett Street & Queen Anne Ave.N.
Thursday July 23 (3:30 - 7:30 p.m.)
A team headed by Framework Cultural Placemaking has been selected to undertake the feasibility study. In addition to Framework led by Lesley Bain), the other members of the consulting team are Velocity Made Good (Perri Lynch Howard), Grid Engineering (Paul Diedrich) and Johnson Architecture and Planning (Steve Johnson). This team was selected because of their deep experience with public art projects, knowledge of the waterfront location and the adjacent businesses and property owners, and excellent contacts in the community that will help them "Hit the ground running."
We have reached the deadline of our RFQ process and will begin interviewing candidates for the feasibility study in the coming weeks. Thank you to all that applied.