Joshua Heim, Arts Program Manager, City of Bellevue, “Why Public Art? How Art Turns Spaces Into Places in Bellevue”
Joshua Heim is the arts program manager at the City of Bellevue, and was previously the cultural arts administrator for the City of Redmond. Before that, he spent 10 years in the heritage and museum field, starting his career at Kaho‘oilina, a scholarly journal in Honolulu, dedicated to preserving the Hawaiian language and supporting Hawaiian language immersion schools. He went on to work at the Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience in Seattle, where he developed community-based exhibitions and managed the award winning YouthCAN program, recipient of the National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Award.
WEEKLY BULLETIN HIGHLIGHTS
There will be no regular noon meeting on Tuesday, June 25. Instead, please join us for the President’s Celebration, 6:00PM, at the Embassy Suites, Bellevue.
On a special date in May, instead of Thirsty Thursday, we will once again be having Wine Tasting Wednesday, at the Bellevue Botanical Gardens.