Celebrating the Front Lines | A Ride in the Slow Lane | Dive Into the Art Zone Archive

Seattle, straight from the horse's mouth

The view from a horse-drawn carriage

Things may have slowed down for everyone recently, but Steve Beckmann has been resisting the fast pace of life for years. For decades he's trotted around Seattle - most recently with his horse Amos - offering carriage rides to anyone interested.

🐎 Giddy-up! 


Take an art break while sheltering in place with these funny, joyful features

Nancy Guppy at Pike Place Market

Quickly running through your favorite movie reruns and online streaming playlists? We’ve got you covered! We took a dive into the Art Zone archives to bring you funny and uplifting content to brighten your days in isolation. From an eyebrow-raising stunt at the Seattle International Film Festival to an interview that will tug at your heartstrings, these eight Art Zone features will make you laugh or cry tears of joy.

Be a Part of the Art


Seattle comes together to #MakeAJoyfulNoise 👏🎺🥁🎵

Seattle makes a joyful noise

Wherever you are at 8 p.m., if you listen closely you might hear some noise. Seattleites have been participating in "Make a Joyful Noise," a way to celebrate the health care workers, grocery store clerks, supply chain specialists, janitors, and others working tirelessly on the front lines of the pandemic response.

Thank You 🙏 


Seattle Fire, first responders celebrate hardworking hospital staff

First responders thank front line workers

Thank you front line workers! 💙 The Seattle Fire Department, Seattle Police Department, Mayor Jenny Durkan, and others helped cheer, encourage, and thank health care and front line workers outside of Harborview Medical Center on Thursday. It was part of a county-wide effort to show support for people working at King County medical facilities.

 Fired Up 💙


Miles & Karina's catchy theme song for social distancing

Miles and Karina perform "Six Feet Apart"

Local musical duo Miles and Karina wrote and recorded this fabulous public service announcement "Six Feet Apart" to inform and entertain during our stay at home mandates. Enjoy...and take care.