Tag Archives: Capitol Hill

Bullitt Center Makes a Dent In Sustainability’s Future

by Martha Tesema The Bullitt Foundation is a prime example of another community group that, like SSF, has taken ahold of the sustainability reigns and become a pioneer in it’s own right. In April 2013, the non-profit focused on promoting awareness of environmental issues, opened the doors to the Bullitt Center in Capitol Hill. The 6-floor development […]

The Time Has Come for Capitol Hill’s Art Scene to Embrace Growth

By Auria Horne It’s been almost four years since I’ve moved to Capitol Hill to work on my degree at Seattle University. Over the years I’ve grown to love the community and the eclectic, open minded group of people that are in it. It definitely holds a stronger personality than the suburbs I grew up […]

Capitol Hill Housing: Now Serving a Community Center for The Arts

 By Auria Horne It goes without saying that city life isn’t cheap. Dealing with pricey parking, expensive groceries, and higher rent can take a toll on our wallets. Seattle certainly isn’t exempt from this. In fact, it’s not only the city with the highest cost of living in Washington, but according to its cost of […]

As Told By…Greg Carter on the Development of the 12th AVE Arts Project

By Auria Horne This excerpt is from an interview with Greg Carter, found of Strawberry Theatre Workshop, on the development of the new 12th Avenue Arts project. He explains how the project came to be, and how Strawberry Theatre Workshop, New Century Theatre, and Washington Ensemble Theatre will be using the new theater space it […]

Nomads No More: New Century Theatre Finds Home in 12th Ave Arts

By Auria Horne        The New Century Theatre Company (NCTC) has made itself known as a traveling theater group. “We’re very nomadic” said Jamie Herlich, NCTC’s managing director. Yet despite their frequent shift from place to place, they’ve been able to provide Seattle with annual plays that Herlich says “test moral issues and make […]

Will Seattle Lose Its Charm?

By Padma Nolt I moved to Seattle just over a year and a half ago into an 88 year old brick building in Belltown. What attracted me to the city was the rich culture. No matter where you go in the city the history and sense of community is everywhere. Wandering past art galleries, coffee shops, […]

Who Are You and What Do You Do?

By Rosalie Anne Cabison “Are you a dancer?” The answer is a simple yes or no, except it isn’t that simple for me. There is a strong amount of evidence that points to yes: I enjoy dancing, I appreciate the art of dance, I’ve choreographed group dance pieces, I am currently the president of a […]