© Patty Haller
Sand Point Arts and Cultural Exchange (SPACE), funds, facilitates and promotes arts and cultural uses of Warren G. Magnuson Park for the public, serving diverse audiences and forging regional collaborations.
Since 1994, SPACE has helped develop a vision for arts and culture at the park, and, working closely with the City of Seattle, has advocated for creative re-use of the buildings within the Sand Point Historic District. SPACE envisions thriving arts and cultural activities at Magnuson Park, integrated with the community and fully engaged with and benefitting from the broader public.
SPACE fulfills its mission by:
1. Assisting artists and organizations working at the park
2. Producing and enabling cultural programming for the community
3. Activating new facilities for the arts within Magnuson Park
4. Advocating for and supporting preservation of the park's historic assets
Nina Tsai McKay
SPACE fulfills its mission in ways which engage the public and foster new creative collaborations. We seek to build community through arts and cultural programming in the park.
SPACE 101.1 Low-Power FM Radio
SPACE operates a community radio station right out of Magnuson Park. We're excited to be included in the cohort of low-power FM radio stations around the Greater Seattle area. Please visit www.space101fm.org.for all the news!
Magnuson Park Gallery
Now entering its fifth year, the gallery is proud to present exhibits spotlighting local artists from diverse communities and will continue to work with Seattle's emerging artists and curators from all areas of the city.
Your Programming Ideas
Do you have arts or cultural activities and events you'd like to see take place in the park? Please send us your ideas!
Your support makes all of this (and much more) possible.
Please make a tax-deductible donation today and include the arts of Magnuson Park in your future giving plans.
Project 18, 2002, Lead Pencil Studio