Photography and a contemplative walk Oct 21 at Hamlin Park

Friday, October 6, 2017

City Meditation Crew
Photo by Joel Sackett 

The City of Shoreline and Performance art group “City Meditation Crew” invites artists and the public to participate in a free community art project exploring the natural landscapes of Shoreline.

“Many Colors of Green: Shoreline” involves a contemplative walk with participants taking mindful photography of flora in several Shoreline locations.

The walk will be led by City Meditation Crew in collaboration with the City of Shoreline’s “Shoreline Walks” program.

Participant photographs will later be used to create large scale banner artworks. This opportunity is perfect for local artists or community members interested in environmental art, performance experimental geography, mindfulness, social practice and all community-based forms of art.

Participants are encouraged to participate in one or both of the following art workshops.
  • *Saturday, October 21st 9:00-10:30am – Hamlin Park 16006 15th Ave NE, Shoreline (meet at 2nd entrance by playground)
  • *Saturday, October 21st 2:30-4:00pm – Hamlin Park 16006 15th Ave NE, Shoreline (meet at 2nd entrance by playground)
*In case of rain, date will be rescheduled to Sunday, October 22nd (same times and locations)

What to bring:
  • A smartphone or mobile device that can take photographs and has internet access. After the event participants will be asked to upload their photos onto an internet website.
  • Comfortable walking/hiking shoes (approx. 1 mile of walking with some hills)
  • Dress in layers for the weather
  • Snacks and drinking water
How to sign up:

Participation is free but space is limited. To participate contact Marianne Johnson, City of Shoreline Recreation Assistant at 206-801-2638,  Provide your name, number of participants and event time(s) you would like to participate in.

More information can be found here



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