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The Seattle Design Festival invites you to immerse yourself in the design concepts and contexts during its Capitol Hill Neighborhood Design Crawl. Put your love for community and design to the test by participating in its inaugural Instagram-based scavenger hunt.
Simply identify the Capitol Hill landmarks, partner design concepts and neighborhood personalities listed below. Mention @seadesignfest and apply the hashtags #sdf2019 and #caphillscavenger to your posts and earn a chance to win the grand prize of two passes to Sunday of Bumbershoot. Even if you can’t complete the full scavenger hunt challenge, the Seattle Design Festival will have runner-up prizes.
To be eligible for the grand prize, participants must have an Instagram gallery post including:
1) each official neighborhood crawl activity hub
2) from two official neighborhood crawl events
3) from two Capitol Hill landmarks
4) for one interview of a Seattle Design Festival volunteer
5) for one local Capitol Hill personality or business
6) from your light rail or bike-share commute to the neighborhood design crawl.
Eligible posts must specifically reference the items from the official Seattle Design Festival Capitol Hill Neighborhood Design Crawl scavenger hunt list that will be released at 8 a.m. on August 17, 2019.
A Way of Living – Book Signing
Herman Miller + Civilization
Design Crawl Hub: Schemata Workshop
Design Crawl Hub: Northwest Film Forum
Healing our “Ramps to Nowhere”
Freeway Park Association + Lid I-5
Level Up Your Street!
Seattle Architecture Foundation
People in Mind: Personalities, Purpose and the Design of Places
IIDA NPC Seattle City Center
Ongoing Exhibit: Shapeshifters, The Alchemy of Bonsai and Design
Totokaelo + Pacific Bonsai Museum + GRAY Magazine
Seattle’s city-life balance
Kira Jungfleisch + Goethe Pop Up Seattle
THE PROPOSAL, a film by Jill Magid
Northwest Film Forum
Walking on Freeways: Lid I-5 Study Area Tour
Lid I-5 + Freeway Park Association