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Artists at the Center 2023 Offers Free Art Experiences at Seattle Center Campus

Continue in 2023, center artist presents a year-long series of performances at the Seattle Center featuring up-and-coming artists. The Seattle Department of Arts and Culture and Seattle Center have partnered with funders Climate Pledge Arena and Seattle Kraken to produce Artists at the Center 2023. to art. The Uptown Arts and Culture Coalition will continue to partner with Artists at the Center for community and year-end celebrations.

Artists at the Center 2023 will feature 26 free pop-up performances on the Seattle Center grounds from October 2022 to September 2023. A group based in the Puget Sound area.

“Our diverse roster of artists showcases the incredible talent that lives here in Seattle. From theater to dance, jazz to hip-hop to music from around the world, Artists at the Center brings us all together.” It showcases its creative spirit and artistic brilliance, and we thank Climate Pledge Arena for their investment in our local arts community.”

ARTS Deputy Director Royal Alley-Barnes

A total of 26 artists and groups were selected to perform at the Seattle Center as part of the new season. The program is designed to provide campus visitors with a series of amazingly entertaining arts and cultural experiences, including performance encounters en route to the Climate Pledge Arena event, stops at the Seattle Center Festal Festival, and the Resident Organization productions, stroll through the Seattle Center, or visit businesses in the surrounding Uptown area.

Performances will begin in October 2022. Visit Artists at the Center for performance schedules, details, and artist details.

Full roster of selected artists: Alice Gosti, David Rue, The Djeliyah Band featuring Kouyaté Arts, Drama Tops, Drea & the Marilyns, Eroc-n-Sondra, Evan Flory-Barnes, Gia Falzone, Global Heat & Fraggle Rock Crew , International Seattle’s Capoeira Angola Foundation, Hoyas Mestizas, Katia Alexander, King Chasm and Mud Crew, King Youngblood/Holding the Crown, Marco de Carvalho, Ms Froth, Naomi Macalad Bragin, O., Robbie Moore, Seattle Project, Seattle Repertory Theater, Seattle Youth Symphony Orchestra, SIFF, South End Stories, Trio Guadalebin, Washington Capoeira Center.

For more information on activities at the Seattle Center this month and beyond, please visit: Or call us at 206 684-7200.

About the Seattle Department of Arts and Culture

The Seattle Department of Arts and Culture (ARTS) manages the city’s Public Arts Program, Cultural Partnerships Grant Program, Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute, ARTS at King Street Station, and the Creative Advantage Initiative. We provide opportunities for everyone to participate in diverse arts and cultural experiences. In line with the City’s Race and Social Justice Initiative, we work to eliminate systemic racism in our programs, policies, and practices. The office is supported by the 16-member Seattle Arts Commission, citizen volunteers appointed by the mayor and city council.

About Seattle Center

Connect with the extraordinary at Seattle Center, an active civic, artistic and family gathering place at the heart of our community. More than 30 on-site cultural, educational, sports, and entertainment organizations host thousands of events on the 74-acre campus, along with a wide range of public and community programs, attracting more than 12 million visitors each year. At the Seattle Center, part of the Uptown Arts & Cultural District and home of the Climate Pledge Arena, our purpose is to bring excellence to delight and inspire the human spirit to build stronger communities. Creating events, experiences and environments. Activities at the center generate $1,864 million in business activity and $631 million in labor income.