If you are headed to Seattle for ALA or ALISE you might be interested in the ALA ARTS Section "ArtsGuide." Put together by arts librarians, it s a good guide to arts activities and places. See the link below.
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The Seattle ArtsGuide is a selective guide to cultural attractions and events created for attendees of the 2013 ALA Midwinter Conference in Seattle, WA.
The Seattle ArtsGuide is available on the ACRL Arts Section website:
For an easy way to locate the venues and sites listed in the ArtsGuide, view the Google Map supplement at:
The guide has been designed and edited by Rachel Martin Cole (Encyclopedia Britannica), with contributions from Jacalyn E. Bryan (Saint Leo University), Jenny Grasto (North Dakota State University), Liz Gruchala-Gilbert (Seattle Pacific University), Zola Mumford (North Seattle Community College), Traci Timmons (Seattle Art Museum), and Angela Weaver (University of Washington).
Enjoy Seattle's many cultural attractions!
Chair, ACRL Arts Section Publications & Research Committee