Bellwether 2019

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.

John Boylan

John Boylan

Time & Place

Saturday, Sept 21, 3-4:30pm

City Hall
450 110th Ave NE, Bellevue, WA 98004