Five great artists have been paired with five great nonprofits working to make a difference on Capitol Hill for the annual Stars on Broadway celebration. A lighting ceremony to unveil the new stars is Thursday night as part of the December Capitol Hill art walk. The annual Sound Transit and Capitol Hill Chamber effort honors local nonprofits with an artistically rendered star along the Big Red construction wall surrounding Broadway at John’s Capitol Hill Station construction site. You can see the 2010, 2011 and 2012 honorees here. The 2013 Stars and artist pairings are below.
STars on Broadway celebrates fourth year
Sound Transit, for the fourth year, is partnering with the Capitol Hill Chamber to shine a light on neighborhood non-profits that make life brighter for everyone on Capitol Hill.
Join us for a lighting ceremony:
Thursday, Dec. 12, 2013 at 5:30 p.m.
In conjunction with Capitol Hill ArtBlitz
Meet at the corner of East John Street and Broadway
STart, Sound Transit’s art program, pairs an artist with a local organization selected by the Capitol Hill Chamber to create a custom STar inspired by the non-profit. These STars stay lit on the Capitol Hill Link light rail construction wall throughout the dark winter nights. The STars will be installed on the Capitol Hill Red Wall at East John Street and Broadway on Dec. 12. They will stay up through early February.
2013 Non-Profit STars on Broadway, and their STart artists: