In lieu of the pandemic-linked reimagining of Burien’s wonderful in-person Arts-A-Glow event, all are invited to securely get pleasure from an Artwork Going for walks Tour by way of Sept. 30, 2020.
In 2019, a huge thunderstorm shut Arts-A-Glow down, and now in 2020…a pandemic! But the Glow will not be stopped, and you can rejoice artwork in Burien this calendar year with these exciting and harmless routines here’s a lot more from the city:
Make Lanterns at Property
Pick up a lantern earning package! We will miss viewing you at the lantern producing booth this yr but appear seize a bag of easy supplies and make at property!
Bags will be out there through the B-City Conquer Artwork Wander on Friday, September 4 at the adhering to places in downtown Burien: Phoenix Tea Shop, Sitka Dwelling, Highline Heritage Museum, Btown Yarn, and Explore Burien.
Decide up kits while they previous at Phoenix Tea Shop, 447 SW 152nd St.
Look at for Porch-a-Glowing, September 14–28! Provide some art and gentle to your house and neighborhood as you make your porch, windows, deck, GLOW! View for the virtual party on our Fb web page.
Pop up artwork in Burien! Wander downtown Burien to find artwork by Glow Founder Denise Henrikson, previous Glow artists Tory Franklin and Christy Caravaglio, and additional! Going for walks Tour information coming soon.
Saturdays, 8–10 p.m. Arts-A-Glowing and Lusio are thrilled to current 4 nights of pop up projection artwork ordeals. Two local video artists will be a generating pop-up projected video clip artwork expertise in Burien each and every weekend through the month of September. These pop-up online video ordeals will be authentic pieces of video clip artwork developed specially for the sites preferred. Extra data.
To continue to be harmless be sure to generate by, stroll by, wear a mask, remain distanced, and just keep for a bit so other individuals can take pleasure in the artwork safely. No collecting please!
Park Art! Outside Daylight Art Gallery at Dottie Harper Park
Lusio is working with region artists to put in operates of art that will be exhibited in Dottie Harper Park (421 SW 146th St.) September 10–30. Obtain art hung into the trees or woven into the park flora, designed of recycled products or mother nature!
Remember to check out works throughout daytime hrs … this is not a gentle screen.