Push Arts presents an all-night celebration of contemporary art, experimental media, and audience participation! Three venues host some of the region’s most cutting-edge artists in an impromptu “arts city” for one night only!
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Push Arts New Media Festival
Friday, August 24, 2012 | 7 p.m. – 3 a.m. | Free
three venues (venue schedule here)
415 Westlake Ave. N, Seattle, WA
Lake Union Park
860 Terry Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109
Em Fine Art Gallery
410 Dexter Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109
More info: www.pusharts.org
Push Arts New Media Festival is an all access dusk to dawn evening celebrating experimental media and contemporary art acting as a canvas for innovation and creativity. It will be an evening of active participation, community interaction, and artistic engagement. We invite participants and community to explore art through site-specific installations, experiences, and performances throughout South Lake Union.
We Create Wonder:
Imagine a city transformed by artists, light, and sound. Push Arts New Media Festival believes in the wonder of the creative experience magnified by audience participation and interaction. Push Arts New Media Festival believes in celebrating community and neighborhood through the all night exploration of South Lake Union streets, parks, and storefronts.
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We Create Culture and Community:
We believe that participatory community art programs can increase social capital and civic contribution. Through community collaboration with multiple organizations we hope to create opportunities that bridge constituencies and cultures.