Conversation on Bellevue as a Place
Explore Bellevue as a physical place and how that place has driven the city’s culture. A number of things make Bellevue exceptional: the huge expanse of green space within the city limits; the steep ridge and valley terrain; the proximity to water—and the city’s isolation from it as well; the architecture; the lack of a conventional street grid outside of the main avenues; and the city’s relationship with the surrounding megalopolis. How do these work together to mold the city?
Guests: Maria Lau Hui, architect; Curtis Kukai, City of Bellevue Park Ranger & Environmental Programs Coordinator; and Raymond Cullom, CEO of Performing Arts Center Eastside
Moderated by John Boylan
Free parking available in the visitor lot at City Hall. Click here for details.
Time & Place
Saturday, Sept 21, 3-4:30pm
450 110th Ave NE, Bellevue, WA 98004