Arts

Bellevue Sculpture Exhibition Opens Saturday

The Bellevue Sculpture Exhibition hosts their Grand Opening Celebration¬†on Saturday, June 14th from 6-8pm at Bellevue City Hall, complete with hors d’oeuvres and live entertainment. This year’s theme of “Sculpted Green,” relates art to ecology, environmentalism, sustainability, or other similar green notions. The exhibit plays host to over 35 sculptures […]

Bellevue Jazz Festival

The Bellevue Jazz Festival will play host to 8 live performances, spanning from April 9th – May 24th. The headliner for this festival is three-time Grammy Award winning saxophonist Branford Marsalis, who will perform within a quartet Friday, May 23rd over Memorial Day weekend at Meydenbauer Center. The Bellevue Jazz […]

Bellevue Beats Seattle, Says "The Stranger"

In a recent article written by Charles Mudede at The Stranger, he talks about how in November The Bellevue City Hall building won an American Institute of Architects 2007 Honor Award for Washington Architecture. The majority of the article talks about how Bellevue’s architecture in the past has been considered, […]

Big Plans for Bel-Red Road

The Seattle Times reported today the big plans that the City of Bellevue’s steering committee have suggested for the Bel-Red Corridor. The Bel-Red Corridor is full of run down shopping and industrial complexes. It hardly fits in with the exponentially growing areas of Downtown Bellevue. Because there is so much […]

Bellevue is Missing Artists

According to John Su, the owner of 989 Elements apartment tower, what Bellevue is missing are artists. Su is engaging in a project called Open Satellite. It will allow artists to use a large open (what would’ve been retail space) space to create large-scale art in all mediums. The idea […]