Archive for June 4th, 2012
Visit the busy Century 21 fairgrounds in advance of opening day. This vintage footage includes scenes of buildings under construction, models and renderings and the Monorail. Seattle Channel’s History In Motion: Seattle’s Past on Film is a showcase for documentaries, archival films and vintage video from the 1920s through the 1990s. Premieres tonight at 7 […][More]
Capitol Hill Housing’s annual Community Forum focuses on the creation of an EcoDistrict on Capitol Hill. An EcoDistrict is a neighborhood committed to reducing pollution, restoring ecosystems, increasing efficiencies and improving community. The panel of local and national urban sustainability leaders includes Mayor Mike McGinn; Denis Hayes, president of the Bullitt Foundation and Earth Day […][More]
Mayor Mike McGinn today announced the Seattle Channel received three Emmy awards from the Northwest Chapter of the National Academy of Arts & Sciences (NATAS) on Saturday, June 2. The city-operated cable TV station was honored for excellence in interview-format, arts and documentary programming. “Seattle Channel’s outstanding public affairs and community programming helps connect people […][More]
Posted: June 4th, 2012 under Art Zine, Take 21.
Tags: Alesia Massingale, Art Zone with Nancy Guppy, C.R. Douglas, City Councilmember Bruce Harrell, City Indside/Out, Community Stories, Dr. Ruby, Emmy awards, Gary Gibson, John Giamberso, Matt Peterson, Mayor Mike McGinn, Nancy Guppy, Northwest Chapter of the National Academy of Arts & Sciences (NATAS), Peggy Lycett, Sheila Mullen, Susan Han