Join Seattle Times Art Critic Sheila Farr as she gives a tour of the new Olympic Sculpture Park, which transformations undeveloped waterfront and industrial sites into a world-class showcase for outdoor art. The nine-acre downtown park opened with 22 sculptures — some permanent and some temporary — cited along a zig-zagging plan.

Join Seattle Times Art Critic Sheila Farr as she gives a tour of the new Olympic Sculpture Park, which transformations undeveloped waterfront and industrial sites into a world-class showcase for outdoor art. The nine-acre downtown park opened with 22 sculptures — some permanent and some temporary — cited along a zig-zagging plan. Show more

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