Films to Remember Lost Spaces

In a new rad collaboration between the Ghosts of Seattle Past and Northwest Film Forum’s project ‪#‎CitizenMinutes‬, we will be bringing you a series of short films featuring Ghosts’ contributors paying homage to lost Seattle spaces. First up: Paul Constant remembers On 15th Video.

Submissions Are Rolling In!

We’re not even halfway through our call for submissions, and so many fantastic artists and authors have already signed on to contribute to our Atlas-Anthology! We’re *nowhere near ready* to give all the names away, but here’s a partial list of heavy hitters to get the excitement and inspiration flowing: David Lasky, Mark Baumgarten Nicole…

Waterlines Project

Check out this eye-opening animation from The Burke Museum’s Waterlines Project showing just how much Pioneer Square has changed over the last 150 years. Take the 10 minutes to watch this one – it’s a serious reality check. See all of the other amazing work they’ve done on the full project here on their website!

Call for Submissions

Call for Submissions: Share your memories here Seattle has always been a boom town, shaped as much by the gold rush of the 19th century as by the explosion of the tech industry today. And yet, this most recent surge of development has provoked an outpouring of emotion and nostalgia, as week by week our…

Introducing Ghosts of Seattle Past

The Ghosts of Seattle Past is an atlas of our memories, a collaborative map of places loved and missed in a rapidly evolving city. In this interactive art installation curated by author/editor Jaimee Garbacik, storytelling and cartography preserve the venues, restaurants, shops and institutions we’ve lost to development in Seattle, the city of the future.…