The Fremont Bridge is going to have a resident musician in one of the towers this summer

February 8, 2018


Some of the most exclusive and unique studio space is up for grabs for one lucky Seattle musician this summer.

The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture put out a call for musicians who want to use the northwest tower of the drawbridge as their personal studio space over the summer. Yes, it's a residency. No, it doesn't mean you get be an above-bridge troll. You can't live there, but you can play your music.

The requirement is that whoever ends up using the space uses the time to reflect on the bridge's place in Seattle and turns it into song. A small requirement considering Seattle rent these days.

The space available is 13 feet by 8 feet, has 10-foot ceilings and is furnished with a desk, chair, overhead lights, windows, and an air conditioning unit. The tower’s windows feature 360-degree views of the surrounding area.

Sound like a cool spot to write music? Here's how you apply.

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