Winter in the Park
The Olympic Sculpture Park is open 365 days a year, and no matter the season, Seattle loves its monumental sculptures and dramatic views of the Olympic Mountains and Puget Sound. This year, our programs connecting you to the park’s collection get you moving, making, and thinking year-round!
Call for Applicants
Calling all artists! SAM presents the second year of an experimental residency at the Olympic Sculpture Park in January and February 2018. The residency invites the selected artist to use the PACCAR Pavilion's Art Lab space to rehearse, workshop, and realize projects associated with practices of performance, social sculpture, and collective participation. Projects must be related to art and environment, themes central to programming at the Olympic Sculpture Park. Find more info in the Call to Artists document and access the Application, Guidelines, and Consent Form when ready to apply. Applications are due November 17.
Light up your winter with SAM’s free program connecting all ages to art and the environment. Lit by temporary light installations and hundreds of luminarias, follow the path through the park and see the sculptures from a new perspective. Art making, live music, hot beverages, and sweet treats will offer everyone a way to enjoy the glow of the park.
Art Encounters in the Park
At 7 pm on select Fridays, adults will become part of an artist's creative process during our Art Encounters. Get inspired by learning about meaningful artistic practices and participating in experiences that respond to the Olympic Sculpture Park and the Seattle region.