Studio visit with Betty Bowen Award winner Anthony White

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Step inside Anthony White’s studio for some sensory overload

Anthony White creates a work of art in his studio

Anthony White’s solo show, “Limited Liability,” is now on view through Jan. 29, 2023, at Seattle Art Museum. The Betty Bowen Award winner's intricate paintings in plastic offer a nostalgic commentary on culture and consumerism. Art Zone made a studio visit a few years ago, and you will be amazed at the cornucopia of color, texture, and sound.


Housing leader’s passion for community drives her commitment to public service

Maiko Winkler-Chin, director of the Office of Housing

Maiko Winkler-Chin leans into her Japanese heritage and Hawaiian upbringing to center and lift communities. Now, she’s bringing her dedication, passion, and leadership skills to the City of Seattle as director of the Office of Housing.⁠


Mentoring program opens doors for young professionals

Seattle Youth Employment

The Seattle Youth Employment Program (SYEP) mentors young people (ages 16-24) from qualifying-income households through learning programs and paid internships of all kinds. Mentors and interns said the program helps youth determine who they are and who they want to be in the professional world


What’s in a mural?

Look, Listen and Learn: September 2022

Do you have a favorite mural? It’s hard to pick! We’re lucky to have so much unique public art here in Seattle that makes us smile and brightens even the cloudiest days. In this episode of “Look, Listen and Learn,” Auntie Lena, Possum, and friends talk about how art is a gift for the whole community.


New SPU head looking for collaborative solutions to city’s problems

General Manager and CEO of Seattle Public Utilities Andrew Lee

Andrew Lee recently took the helm at Seattle Public Utilities, leading the department that manages all of the city's water, drainage and wastewater, and solid waste. Lee is motivated to build a better Seattle by working towards integrated, collaborative solutions to the city's problems.


🏆 Seattle Channel brings home 25 national awards

Seattle Channel wins 25 Government Programming Awards

Seattle Channel is grateful and honored to receive 25 NATOA Government Programming Awards, including four Awards of Excellence! A national organization, NATOA supports and celebrates the achievements of local government programmers. Learn more about the award-winning shows on our blog.


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Anyone 6 months of age and older is eligible to get vaccinated. Learn more about vaccines, testing, and the best way to help manage the spread of coronavirus at

Free N95 masks. Visit the federal government's one-stop COVID website to find locations to get free masks.

Free at-home tests. While supplies last, Washingtonians can order up to two COVID-19 test kits per month from the website (ordering available in English and Spanish).

Self-test expiration dates extended. Some COVID-19 rapid self-tests now have an extended expiration date. Review your at-home tests at on the FDA's website.

Boosters. The FDA has authorized updated booster vaccines that will target Omicron variants as well as the original strain, for emergency use. The vaccines are expected to be available soon. Check Public Health - Seattle and King County's COVID-19 website for the latest.

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