Public Art in Shoreline

Shoreline’s 1% for Art program has funded public art in the City since 2002. Since then, we have added more than 25 permanent sculptures, ranging from integrated design to conceptual installations, banners, murals, utility box wraps, and more. New temporary projects since 2012 add to the City’s cultural fabric, and City Hall hosts a number of exhibitions, showcasing the work of 50+ artists each year. Begin your tour with the Public Art Map or by browsing this site.

Calls for Artists

Shoreline seeks artists for a variety of indoor and outdoor exhibits throughout the year. Visit the Calls for Artists web page to see what's new.

Indoor Exhibitions

Experiments in Glass Kiln Casting & Folding:

Carol Milne_In the Name of Love vertical - web

Karen Mahardy, Carol Milne, Fahan Sky McDonagh

As part of the three-day glass festival across in the Puget Sound Region known as REFRACT: The Seattle Glass Experience, the City of Shoreline Public Art Program is proud to host three women glass artists from north Seattle and Florida who will present recent experiments in glass kiln casting on Thursday, October 17, 7:00-9:00 pm.  Artwork will be on view through mid-January 2020 with regular viewing hours from 8:00 – 5:00 Monday through Friday in the lobby.  City Hall is located at 17500 Midvale Ave N; Shoreline 98133. More information: refractseattle.org.

Museum of UnNatural History Exhibition: 40 NW Artists and Beyond 2019

Museum of UnNatural History

Curated by Anne Marie Grgich

October 5 - November 29

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Outdoor Exhibitions

Site Specific Poetry (002)

 

 

 

Significant sculptures, eco-art in urban forests, and pianos popping up seasonally all around Shoreline.
See what is currently showing 

 

 

 

Permanent Collection [pdf]

Find locations and information about Shoreline's permanent public art collection.

Reflex Solaris

Reflex Solaris

by Laura Haddad and Tom Drugan
at Richmond Beach Saltwater Park

Over 25 works of art have been commissioned or maintained for community enjoyment. New works of art are purchased through the City's 1% for the Arts municipal arts program.