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Lots of Art and Partying for Spring with Fremont Arts Council

Congratulations to new Fremont Arts Council (FAC) board members. FAC offers spring events and updates. Fremont Arts Council’s April News: Make a Springtime Flower Crown – Saturday, April 14th, 11am – 3pm Join us at the Powerhouse; we’ll be making papercraft flower crowns using different types of papers and various techniques. Check our Facebook page for […]

Fremont Arts Council Gears Up For Mardi Gras and more–Solstice Grants Available

We’re pleased to share Fremont Arts Council’s February News: Petit Troll Parade —  Sunday, February 11 This tiny parade is done in the spirit of Mardi Gras! Sunday, February 11th (just before Fat Tuesday). we’ll “crash” the Fremont Sunday Market tiny flashy parade, towing our mini-glittering themed floats down the road. Come to the Art […]

Wanted: Musician/Composer for Fremont Bridge Residency

Calling all musicians and composers–see this  on February 5, 2018 by Otts Bolisay Leave a Comment “The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture (ARTS), in partnership with the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT), seeks a practicing composer and/or musician to be an Artist-in Residence in the northwest tower of the Fremont Bridge. The selected composer […]

New Utility Box Art Graces NW Corner of N 39th & Fremont N

Thanks to efforts by Bruce Grewell and neighbors, a grant from the City and support from the Fremont Neighborhood Council, there’s new art on the formerly grey utility boxes at the very busy corner of N 39th and Fremont Avenue North. Thanks, Bruce et al.!  

Lighting up Fremont Bridge Lights – A Pilot Project for Seattle

This just in, December 12, 2017, from the Seattle Department of Transportation re:  Fremont Bridge Lights In celebration of the Fremont Bridge’s centennial anniversary, the Seattle Department of Transportation, in partnership with the Office of Arts and Culture (ARTS), will light the Fremont Bridge on the Winter Solstice, December 21st. Installation of permanent, artist-designed lighting […]

Fremont Arts Council Luminata Coming; Float Storage Found

Fremont Arts Council offers lots of volunteer opportunities and a great celebration of the Autumnal Equinox. They write:  Luminata – Thursday September 21 at 7pm at Green Lake      Join us in celebration of the autumnal equinox on Thursday September 21 with the sweet and illuminating ‘Luminata’ lantern parade around Green Lake. All are invited to participate. […]

Design Review Discussion Featured on FNC August Agenda

A discussion of proposed Design Review changes and the maintenance of Fremont’s utility box paintings are on the agenda for the FNC meeting Monday, August 28, 7 p.m., Doric Temple, 619 N. 36th St. AGENDA 7:00    Introductions 7:10    Announcements/Upcoming Events Upcoming meetings/events

/announcements [Your announcement here!] 7:15    Old Business *  Utility box paintings–the latest pictured on […]

New Utility Box Painting Added at N 46th and Whitman Ave. N

Traveling east under Aurora at N 46th, you’ll see the newest of the utility box paintings added to Fremont’s streetscape by artist Kyler Martz with support from the Fremont Neighborhood Council in partnership with Urban Artworks.  

Utility Box Art, Congressional Staff, Transfer Station Mitigation on FNC July 24 Agenda

Fremont Neighborhood Council Meeting
 Monday, July 24, 2017, 7-8:30 p.m. at Doric Temple, 619 N. 36th St. AGENDA 7:00    Introductions 7:10    Announcements/Upcoming Events 7:15    Zach Carstensen from Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal’s Office (Q&A) 7:30   Old Business Signal (Utility) box paintings, with Kathleen Florence Warren of Urban ArtWorks – Status of permits and maintenance contract, long term […]

FNC Thanks Laurie Ames for Her History of Help with Fremont Projects; Welcomes New Community Engagement Coordinator

Fremont and the Fremont Neighborhood Council has had a series of official Department of Neighborhood liaisons over the past few years: Tim Durkan, Jenny Frankl, Karen Ko, and, most recently, Laurie Ames. All have been enormously helpful, even as the Department changed its staffing and its relationships with the neighborhoods it serves all over the […]