Artist Residencies at Oxbow
Oxbow's artist-in-residence program was established as an opportunity for visual artists to create and present site-specific works in Oxbow's gallery space. Projects that are experimental in nature are encouraged, as well as cross-disciplinary collaborations.
Participating artists have included Klara Glosova, James Borchers/Jérémy Jolley, Katy Stone, Dylan Neuwirth, Mary Ann Peters, Saul Becker, Michelle de la Vega, Barbara Robertson, Dan Webb, and Alex Lockwood.
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Belle & Wissell, Co.
Belle & Wissell creates participatory visitor experiences that blend inventive design and technology for museums, universities, and brands.
Designer Gabe Kean founded this studio in Georgetown in 2003. Now, with an experienced staff and expanded offices and prototyping facility at Oxbow, the studio collaborates with clients that include SFMOMA, Space Needle, Amazon, Art Institute of Chicago, and Harley-Davidson Motor Company.
BEMA (Built Environments and Materials for Artists) is a design/build team focused on handmade furniture and interiors projects for public installations and museums, retail environments, historic redevelopment projects, and the home.
Recent commissions include a visitor center exhibit for the Seattle Central Library, a learning lounge for the newly expanded San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA), and a digital canvas framework for 4Culture's e4c—as well as artistic collaborations with artists like Mary Ann Peters and Saul Becker.
Many of the intricate details of the Oxbow environment were designed and hand-built by BEMA's own Tony Lockwood and Marcus Crider.
Brought to you by Seattle restaurateur Marcus Lalario and James Beard award-winning chef Matt Dillon, Ciudad is an eclectic, grill-focused restaurant and bar with a compelling vision extending to both menu and interior design.
Just inside the entrance, you'll see the outdoor charcoal grill as you pass through to the dining room. Meats & vegetables cook over the coals and are complimented with small plates & sauces; flavors are influenced from all over the globe. The kitchen team makes everything fresh here, from flatbread to their black garlic sauce. Everything is meant to be shared.
Bar Ciudad is a cozy bar with a spacious outdoor courtyard. When the weather is fair, or when the fire pit is going, patrons can sit outside, order refreshments from the walk-up window, and watch the planes land.
Bar Ciudad also serves savory rotisserie chicken (and an array of other menu items) alongside their tasty and inventive cocktails.