Making Gigs Work

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Every day, through January 15, 2024, 7 am–8 pm
Seattle Center Armory Uptown (Seattle)
This is an in-person event

The following description comes from the event organizer.

The Seattle Office of Labor Standards (OLS) has partnered with community artists to highlight the necessary work of independent contractors and app-based workers (sometimes called gig workers) as well as the protections these workers have in the City of Seattle. Who better to display the expansiveness of gig work than gig workers themselves?
“Making Gigs Work” is an art installation that intends to create conversation about non-traditional workers, and what the City can do make sure that these workers are treated fairly and that their work is valued.

The artists convey care work through visual arts and music of the gig worker industry. How are gigs supposed work? These laws are intended to make gig work more sustainable for people trying to make a living in a more and more uneven economy – in other words to make gigs work.

Event Location

Seattle Center Armory

305 Harrison St, Seattle Center Seattle, WA 98109

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