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A photo of New York City, taken at night.

Centuries of Cities: How Urban Centers Continue to Inspire

  Whether ancient or modern, we continue to be fascinated by cities and their histories. How they were founded, what their transportation looks like, what art they produce—each city has its own personality and products to show the world. Artists, photographers, historians, and curators capture the elements unique to each location and produce exhibits that […]

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A purple glass boat in a pond. Picture taken at the New York Botanical Garden.

The ‘CHIHULY’ Exhibit is Now Open at the New York Botanical Garden

Dale Chihuly, the Seattle-based glass artist, is hard to escape. It seems like every large airport, hotel, and hospital in the country have at least a few pieces of his distinctive flower- or sea-life-themed glass work on display. And now, a new installation is being added to that total. “CHIHULY,” a new exhibit at the […]

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A picture of the Seattle skyline.

Seattle Organization Uses Art to Help People Overcome Homelessness, Trauma, and Addiction

Seattle is known for many things: coffee, rain, the Space Needle, Pike’s Place Market. In recent years it’s even made a name for itself as a tech hub, with Fortune 500 giants like Amazon, Google, and Microsoft settling in there. All things considered, it’s no wonder that it was ranked the fourth fastest growing city […]

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A Rainworks piece of two people holding hands inside a heart.

Seattle Startup’s Art Only Comes Out in the Rain

An innovative new form of art is popping up in one of America’s rainiest places, Seattle. A small startup is designing a product that makes rain-activated pieces of art on sidewalks or other surfaces. To be able to see the art, it must be raining. Artist Peregrine Church set up a Kickstarter campaign for his […]

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