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Artists want to create something that matters,” Kavage says. “This is helping people understand the river and its history

When it comes to art, success is defined as much by how an artist connects people to their work as it is by how they create it. Making a connection with people through their art is no easy feat and yet, creative minds continue to push their limits and believe they can make an impact. […]

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When Kavage and Kistler heard about ArtPlace America’s creative placemaking grants, they wanted to apply with a project

When Margy Kavage and Emily Kistler Heard About Creative Placemaking Grants, A Unique Opportunity Awaited Two women from small towns in Kansas were looking for a way to spark creativity in their community when they heard about the unique opportunity of ArtPlace America’s creative placemaking grants. Local artists Margy Kavage and Emily Kistler had the […]

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Duwamish Revealed: A Celebration of Seattle’s Only River

Did you know that deep in the heart of Seattle lies a living history waiting to be discovered? For some of its longest-serving inhabitants, the Duwamish River is more than just a source of water – it’s a place to explore Seattle’s past and celebrate a people who have called it home for centuries. The […]

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ECOSS, Kavage and Kistler brought The Living Barge Project to Duwamish in 2006

In 2006, three Seattle-based companies – ECOSS, Kavage and Kistler – collaborated on a project that bridged the gap between an innovative green design idea and an opportunity to bring it to life: The Living Barge Project. This groundbreaking project brought ecological sustainability to the Duwamish River in Seattle, Washington. The concept of The Living […]

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Duwamish Revealed is a project of the South Seattle Environmental Coalition (ECOSS)

Duwamish Revealed: Taking a Look at South Seattle’s Environmental Coalition For many Seattle residents, the term “ECOSS” brings to mind a large, multifaceted environmental organization operating throughout Washington state. However, it’s likely few of them know about ECOSS’ most impressive project, dubbed “Duwamish Revealed.” This innovative undertaking is dedicated to addressing environmental justice through urban […]

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