Amy Hamblin Art and School Board Candidate Sue Peters at Spark Studio During October Artwalk

Two worlds come together at Spark Studio during Artwalk this month. Sue Peters will be present from 5:30-8pm to discuss her position as school board candidate for District IV, representing Ballard, West Phinney, Magnolia, and Queen Anne. Additionally, wire sculpture by Amy Hamblin, will be on display for Artwalk visitors.


SuePeters4SeattleSchoolBoardGeneralSue Peters has been called the reform candidate by some as she favors reducing the school district's reliance on high-stakes standardized testing. She has also received significant endorsements from current school board members, directors and city council members. 

As a public school parent, Sue worked with Cliff Mass to found the Seattle Math Coalition, an advocate for stronger math resources in Seattle Public Schools. She has been actively  involved in the Seattle Public School District for nearly 10 years, as a parent, volunteer, public education advocate, education journalist and member of the district’s Superintendent Search Community Focus Group and the Strategic Plan Stakeholder Task Force.


Amy Hamblin carves mass out of air using thin scrims of wire netting. Pieces are finished with hand wrought articulations, portals and shaped copper finials. The sculpture on display, inspired by cellular structures and organic shapes, represent a body of work created over the last five years. Amy will demonstrate how she knits with wire during the Artwalk. The studio will remain open until 9pm.

Spark Studio at BallardWorks
2862 NW Market St

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