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***The Center is closed to the public with some exceptions until further notice in alignment with current public health advisories. We are primarily working remotely and reachable by email.***

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1010 Western Ave
Seattle, WA 98104

Current Exhibit:

Junctions are most commonly a place to come together, marking a convergent place where two becomes one. When each party comes together to contribute to a greater whole, these unions can generate synergy. By building new connections between previously disparate objects, ideas, people, and disciplines, junctions present opportunities to celebrate how harmony can emerge from collaboration.  Read More

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***The Center is closed to the public with some exceptions until further notice in alignment with current public health advisories. We are primarily working remotely and reachable by email.***

Address

1010 Western Ave
Seattle, WA 98104

Image: Jocelyn R.C.
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Family Workshop | Candy Land: Designing Edible Structures

December 3, 10am - 12pm
Designed with younger children in mind (ages 5-10 with chaperone), our family workshops encourage children and their caregivers to explore architecture through hands-on activities each month. Read More
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25th Annual SAF Model Exhibit Closing Reception

December 7, 5:00pm - 7:00pm, Tickets Mark the end of the 25th Annual Model Exhibit, JUNCTION, with a closing reception featuring a special presentation from 7 Directions' Daniel Glenn, highlighting culturally significant sites designed through inclusive engagement with t Read More
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Youth Workshop | Landscape Design: Small Urban Spaces

Take on the challenge of creating an urban garden that collects and stores its own rainwater and thrives anywhere. Read More
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Homelessness is a Housing Problem:

SAF is pleased to invite Gregg Colburn, Assistant Professor of Real Estate at the University of Washington to share research explored in his book, Homelessness is a Housing Problem (co-written by Clayton Page Aldern) and Daniel Malone, Executive Director of DESC (Downtown Emergency Service Center), a recognized leader in our community implementing innovative strategies such as supportive housing to end homelessness.   Read More