Exploring the Arts in Shoreline at the Echo Lake Neighborhood Assn Tuesday

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Detail from Echo Lake Mural by Andy Eccleshall
Drivers have been known to politely wait for the
bicyclist to cross the road.
City of Shoreline Public Art Coordinator David Francis and Lorie Hoffman, Executive Director of the Shoreline - Lake Forest Park Arts Council will be the speakers at the April 18 meeting of the Echo Lake Neighborhood Association.

The Arts Council's biggest event is the Shoreline Arts Festival but they have classes, workshops, exhibits, and events year round.

David Francis coordinates City public art, as explained in the City webpage:

Monument sculpture, contemporary installations, integrated design, temporary exhibits … it’s really out there in Shoreline! 
And, it’s inside, too. Find permanent and temporary art and art happenings at City Hall, Park at Town Center, Kruckeberg Botanic Garden, Shoreline Community College and other sometimes unexpected spots. 

ELNA meets on April 18, 7-9pm at Shoreline City Hall Room 301, 17500 Midvale Ave N 98155. Free parking in City garage. Email for more information.


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