Episode 21: The Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition
In 1909 Seattle hosted its first world’s fair, a raucous and wild event that resembled a turn of the century Burning Man and left us with the University of Washington campus. The expo was hailed for its efforts to highlight our city to the world, but its legacy is marred by racist exhibits and the raffling off of a baby.
Randy is a Seattle based architect, woodworker and improviser. He moved from Iowa 8 years ago and found Seattle to be a perfect home for all his creative pursuits. He is an ensemble member at Jet City Improv, where he met his wife and discovered his passion for set design. You can find out more about his work on Facebook at Sage Woodcraft, where you can see his rare annual updates.