Percival Plinth Project

2018 Kick-off Event - Friday, June 22, 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Be the first to see the 16 new sculptures, meet the artists, and cast your vote! You can also enjoy live music and dance performances, great food from local food trucks, and a free frozen treat for first 100 attendees who vote.

Event activities will take place throughout Percival Landing from north of the Harbor House to the new Isthmus Park south of 4th Ave. Look for the info tents on the landing to pick up a ballot and event info.

Plinth at Percival Landing

What is a Plinth?

In architecture, a plinth is the base or platform upon which a column, pedestal, statue, monument or structure rests.

On Percival Landing, plinths are the sculpture stands which form the basis of an art and performance promenade along Olympia's waterfront.

People's Prize Competition

Every year, the plinths at Percival Landing host a new selection of loaned sculpture by local and regional artists. A community vote is held and the sculpture that receives the most votes is purchased for permanent display at another location within the City.

Sculpture not awarded the People's Prize is available for purchase at the completion of its exhibition. Please contact the artist directly for purchase inquiries.

How to Vote

To be eligible to vote you must pick up an official ballot at Percival Landing and personally visit each of the displayed sculptures. Ballots may then be submitted at The Olympia Center, the weekend drop-box, or by mail.

Questions?

Contact Angel Nava at 360.753.8384 or anava@ci.olympia.wa.us