Previously at Young Professionals Group: ARTS at King Street Station
April 16, 2019
Attendees were treated to the first private event hosted at ARTS at King Street Station, the city’s new office of Arts & Culture. The brand-new facility includes a studio for artists in residence and a 7,500-square-foot cultural space. The gallery currently features yəhaw̓, an exhibition by Indigenous creatives.
Guests heard from Ruri Yampolsky, the city’s public art director for the Office of Arts & Culture, who explained how the vision and creativity of artists are integrated into the public realm. Don Blakeney, DSA’s vice president of Advocacy & Economic Development, discussed the importance of arts and culture in our community.