Northwest | AT Local – Olympic Sculpture Park Summer Meet-up
July 8 @ 5:00 pm
Current and prospective members are welcome to join ArtTable’s Northwest Chapter leaders for this summer meetup!
This meet-up is for members and non-members, as our summer party, and is an opportunity to network and catch up with friends. As part of the current Covid-19 guidelines, the OSP asks visitors to keep moving while in the park – and so we will congregate at 5pm from the Trust for Public Lands Terrace, next to the Paccar Pavilion, and from there we will walk through the park while we catch up. Please dress accordingly for walking!
This will be our first in-person event in 20 months, and we hope our members and potential members will be excited to see each other in person again! We will have have a current or former Seattle Art Museum employee there to give us a bit of a guided tour and answer questions as we walk – but the primary purpose of this meet up is to network and catch up with friends.
- Current ArtTable Members – Free
- Members may bring a guest for an additional $5
- Prospective ArtTable Members – $10
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Please read before registering:
- Please note that by registering for this event you consent to have your contact information shared with ArtTable to be used in the event that contact tracing is needed.
- While masks are no longer required outdoors for fully vaccinated individuals, we highly recommend wearing a mask or face covering when in close proximity to persons not from your household.
- Click here to read more information on OSP’s policies and guidelines.
Please click here for accessibility information for this program.
About the Olympic Sculpture Park
The Olympic Sculpture Park is a preeminent art and public space on the Seattle Waterfront, offering 9 acres of park, waterfront, views and permanent and temporary sculpture. Currently home to more than 20 permanently installed sculptures by artists such as Louise Bourgeois, Louise Nevelson, Beverly Pepper, Ginny Ruffner, Teresita Fernández, Alexander Calder, Tony Smith, and more. It was built on a formally disused and polluted industrial site, which is also the traditional homelands of the Duwamish, and the customary territories of the Suquamish and Muckleshoot Peoples, and connects the waterfront Piers of Seattle to Myrtle Edwards Park – with its own monumental (and often overlooked) sculpture Adjacent, Against, Upon (1976), by Michael Heizer.
Thank you to ArtTable’s Northwest Chapter Leaders Gina Broze, Jessica Landau, and Judith Rinehart for organizing this program.
- An overhead view of Olympic Sculpture Park; Photo by Benjamin Benschneider