Dai Giang Proposal (Tet Festival), 1999 Acrylic on paper. Photo by Marcia Iwasaki
Dai Giang Proposal (Tet Festival), 1999 Acrylic on paper. Photo by Marcia Iwasaki

On Monday, July 11, 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. there will be a meeting about turning King Street Station into a cultural hub that will take place at Asian Counseling and Referral Service (ACRS), Room 106B (303 S Jackson St, Seattle, WA 98104). Local journalist, historian and videographer Shaun Scott will facilitate the process, including this meeting.

The City of Seattle is transforming the upper floors of King Street Station into a cultural space that meets the needs of the community and advances racial equity through arts and culture.

The Office of Arts & Culture is undertaking a public engagement process comprised of focus conversations and public meetings. Feedback from these meetings will culminate in a plan identifying the needs and views of the Seattle cultural community. Your voice is important.

To get a better understanding of what we are working towards, check out Scott’s blog in City Arts Magazine here.

This will be a working meeting so please be ready to share your thoughts and bring your ideas. Please RSVP here. If you have childcare concerns please contact [email protected]

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