B/IAS founders will present at South King County Public Art Symposium Sept. 22


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In 2009, the Burien Interim Art Space took over an empty lot near Town Square. Photo by Scott Schaefer.

‘What Works’ – a South King County Public Art Symposium – will be held on Friday, Sept. 22, from Noon – 5 p.m.

Burien/ Interim Art Space (B/IAS) founders Kathy Justin and Dane Johnson, along with the City of Burien and the lead architect of GGLO’s town square project, will all be presenting at this FREE event, which will be held at The GREENLINE (the former Weyerhaeuser headquarters) in Federal Way.

B/IAS was a temporary, year-long art project in 2009 that was located on an empty lot where The Maverick Apartments are now (for more info, click here).

Here’s a video shot by Mark Neuman and featuring Bart Bryan shot at B/IAS:

Here’s more info:

The Burien/ Interim Art Space founders, the City of Burien and the lead architect of GGLO’s town square project are presenting at 4Culture’s and SOCO Culture’s What Works Symposium on Sept. 22nd.

Please come join us and learn how to catalyze, change, and engage your communities through public art.

More info here: https://sococulture.org/…/what-works-south-king-county-pub…/

  • A gathering for South King County-based artists, administrators, and developers to learn how to bring more inspiring public art to YOUR South King County community.
  • Learn how to enliven city spaces with public art
  • Be inspired by public art success stories
  • Build your support network

The symposium will be held at The GREENLINE (former Weyerhaeuser headquarters in Federal Way) from noon – 4:30 PM, with reception to follow at the Pacific Bonsai Museum.

What Works!? will be facilitated by 4Culture’s team of Public Art leaders and is made possible by SoCoCulture, 4Culture, and Industrial Realty Group.

The symposium is free with registration, and lunch and refreshments will be provided, but space is limited.

If interested in participating, please contact either Barbara McMichael at [email protected] or 206-878-6912; or Brennan Jernigan at [email protected] or 206-263-1587 for more information.

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