New 60-foot art installation on Seattle's Capitol Hill provides opportunities for local artists

Every night at dusk, a rotating, 60-foot-tall art installation will be projected onto the side of the new Woodworth Apartment Building at the corner of 10th Avenue and East Union Street. The project — called “UNION” will be curated by revolving guests. 

“The building design included a blank wall that would provide an opportunity for large scale artwork,” SeaLevel Properties Director of Multifamily Development Kyle Weeks said in a news release. “From the beginning, we wanted this to be reserved for local artists and community creativity, and partnering with the Capitol Hill Arts District and Sensebellum to make that happen has been incredible. We are excited for this

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