Graffiti is a growing concern in Greenwood.
A community meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, 6/19, 7-9 pm at the Greenwood Senior Center. Join us to discuss the problem, brainstorm solutions, and plan an initial neighborhood paint-out party this summer.
Seattle Police Officer Penelope Fulmer will discuss the connection between graffiti and other crime. Local business and property owners, neighbors and concerned citizens are all welcome.
To join the effort, sign up online, email AliS@phinneycenter.org, or just show up to the meeting!
Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Thursday, May 24, 2012
Local artist Matt Babcock will be installing a new sculpture in the Heart of Phinney Park this Friday, May 25th. The sculpture's pedestal is located in the Heart of Phinney Park, in front of the Francine Seders Gallery. The sculpture, titled Curtsy, will replace his current sculpture titled Samaras. Both sculptures are for sale. If interested, please contact Pamela Jaynes, the Arts Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sales benefit the Phinney Neighborhood Association Arts Program and the local artist who created the work.
For more information on the artist, see www.mattbabcock.com