ARTIST AT WORK 2018

2018 was a year of reflection and revisiting. Yet no matter how many times we return, the river holds a surprise or two. The discovery of a stock pile logs removed from Elliott Bay and the Duwamish River, later be used by the Port of Seattle for shoreline restoration, was visual magic. Then photographer, James Arzente, dropped by and, well, this happened.

Artists of the Duwamish River Residency on location in 2018. Photo by James Arzente

Artists of the Duwamish River Residency on location in 2018. Photo by James Arzente

Assembling artists of the Duwamish River Artists Residency 2018. Photo by James Arzente

Assembling artists of the Duwamish River Artists Residency 2018. Photo by James Arzente

Roots that Clutch 

Our new book about the Duwamish River Artist Residency: Art + Industry - Roots That Clutch, was just added to the Seattle Art Museum Library and the UW Special Collections.

Book design by Juliet Shen  Please contact us at info@duwamishresidency.com to purchase a copy

Book design by Juliet Shen

Please contact us at info@duwamishresidency.com to purchase a copy

 

During the 2013 residency photographer and filmmaker, Anna-Mária Vág, joined us as a guest artist. This video was filmed below the First Avenue Bridge where you can frequently find us working. 

All video content © 2013 Anna-Mária Vág | Westside Pictures LLC

Table Setting  by  Robert Hardgrave . Inspired by the  Georgetown Steam Plant .

Table Setting by Robert Hardgrave. Inspired by the Georgetown Steam Plant.