Saturday, August 19, the King County Archives will be participating in Boogie Up the Block, an all-ages urban arts festival taking place on Fir Street in Seattle’s Central Area.
Hosted by 206 Zulu and Hidmo, the event will include music, dance, art, food, exhibits, and a kids corner (complete with a bouncy castle). The Archives will be featuring its Ship Canal Centennial exhibit and sharing information about its collection.
Graffiti contest redux
Beginning at 7:00 a.m. the same day, aerosol artists will be competing in 206 Zulu’s second graffiti contest using the King County Archives and Records Center walls. Artists invited by contest judges will be painting over the murals created in the 2016 contest, Keeping it Fresh.
Above: Details from aerosol art created during
the 2016 contest sponsored by 206 Zulu.
While we will miss the figures and designs from the 2016 event, we are eager to see what this year’s contest will bring.
Come watch the artists at work, enjoy the urban arts festival, and drop by our booth!
Above: the King County Archives and Records Center buildings
before and after the 2016 graffiti contest.
Boogie Up the Block urban arts festival: Saturday, August 19, 12pm-7pm, 14th and Fir Street, Seattle, 98122
Off the Wall aerosol art contest: Saturday, August 19, 7am-7pm. 1215 East Fir Street, Seattle, Seattle, 98122