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Statewide Arts Events

Events across the state for artists and arts enthusiasts. Click here for upcoming Artist Trust career training events.

July 2016

  1. Office Hours is a free grantwriting support program for artists of all disciplines looking for advice on how to apply for funding from Artist Trust. Artist Trust staff will provide one-on-one consultation where we’ll walk artists through the application process for our grants, provide feedback on their grant applications, and answer any questions they have

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  2. The Seattle Transmedia & Independent Film Festival (STIFF) is ready to provide another opportunity for the city to experience the vanguard of digital storytelling. This July 28-31, audiences can enjoy and participate in the latest, cutting-edge accomplishments in the field of transmedia -- that is, video games, feature films, interactive installations, virtual reality, and many more boundary-crossing works of art.

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August 2016

  1. 4 award-winning artists from Seattle and Spokane will come together at the Frye Art Museum to perform their various disciplines on an unforgettable night, hosted by Artist Trust’s own Brian McGuigan.

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  2. Comparing his own journey from China to Canada, with that of the migration of the salmon, Canadian multi-media artist Gu Xiong will install "A River of Migration" at SJIMA - Artrium Gallery.

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  3. Fresh Paint: Festival of Artists at Work August 20th & 21st 10am – 5pm Port of Everett Marina, 1700 West Marine View Dr. Free Admission Purchase art fresh off the easel at Everett’s waterfront art festival where EVERY artist is in action. 125+ artists booths; glassblowing, woodcarving, and pottery demonstration areas; live music; food booths; family friendly entertainment & activities. Glass Float Find on Jetty Island starting Saturday morning. schack.org/events

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  4. A Chinese-inspired, participatory art project. Visitors can make joss-paper sculptures for burning or keeping. (Ritual burning in provided canisters helps keep the ancestors happy.)

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September 2016

  1. Allied Arts of Whatcom County’s 2016 Juried Artist Series continues with Roy G. Biv, inspired by all the colors of the rainbow, the show will feature the art of Robert Marki, Yvette Neumann, Gregory Walsh, and Ken Wiener. The opening reception will be held on September 2nd at Allied Art Gallery.

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  2. First Comes Love is an exhibit of photographs, stories, and video by B. Proud that provides a glimpse into the “everyday” lives of LGBTQ couples who have been in their relationships for 10, 20, 30, 40, and even 50 years! Unlike the stereotypical picture painted by the media, these portraits and stories seek to educate those who question, celebrate those who have loving, devoted relationships, and provide an historical record of the strength of this community.

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  3. ArtWalla’s fourth annual ArtSquared, scheduled for September 30 - October 2, 2016 will bring artists and art lovers together for a fun and exciting visual art event in Walla Walla. Featuring nearly 1000 6X6 inch works of art, each attractively priced at $36, ArtSquared will benefit arts education in the Walla Walla Valley.

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October 2016

  1. A day long festival celebrating the ukulele as well as other stringed instruments, and the people who create music with them, encouraging a true sense of community among musicians, participants and audience. Beginning and skill-enhancement workshops will be offered throughout the day at the Kitsap Conference Center, culminating with a concert at the Admiral Theatre in the evening.

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