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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.

February 2017

March 2017

  1. In this webinar, tax preparer Melinda Mann will show you how to file your federal and state income taxes as an artist. She'll review filing methods, explain how to report income and expenses, and offer record-keeping tips. If you received an artist grant, were paid for your work, or just can't tell the difference between a W-2 and a 1099, this webinar is for you. A Q&A follows the presentation where you can ask Melinda specific questions about your taxes. Open to artists of all disciplines.

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  2. This special, one-night performance of an original score at the Seattle Symphony, to be performed by Symphony musicians and Path with Art students, will conclude our multi-disciplinary We Are All Here project. The performance will showcase the banners and poetry that have inspired the composition.

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  3. A small group of people help Jesus Christ tell different parables by using a variety of games, storytelling techniques, and comic timing. An eclectic blend of songs are employed from pop to vaudeville as the story of Jesus’ life dances across the stage. Dissolving hauntingly into the Last Supper and the Crucifixion, Jesus’ messages of kindness, tolerance, and love come vibrantly to life. Intended for mature audiences.

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  4. Join Artist Trust grant recipients and staff for a happy hour at the Pourhouse in Port Townsend. Raise a glass to the PT arts community and connect with artists and arts lovers alike!

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  5. Led by arts advocate and communications professional Leilani Lewis, this workshop will help you find audiences and markets for your work. You'll learn strategies for effective communications and how to develop goals, objectives, and an action plan. The workshop will also include discussion of press releases, websites, elevator speeches, and networking to help you build your audience online and in person.

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  6. This informal mentorship and networking event gives artists of all disciplines a chance to sit down with artists and arts leaders in small groups for casual conversations about opportunities, issues, and challenges in the arts world.

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April 2017

  1. Make / ART / Work is a day-long professional development conference for Okanogan County artists of all disciplines at a sliding scale participation fee $0-45. Sessions are taught by local and regional art professionals including: Artist Trust, ArtsWA, Methow Arts Alliance, Confluence Gallery, and more at venues in Twisp, WA. Tickets and Registration at BrownPaperTickets: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2813204

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May 2017

  1. The 2017 Nordic Culinary Conference, May 5-7, will bring internationally renowned chefs to Seattle to discuss and demonstrate Nordic cuisine and cooking philosophy for local audiences. This conference, hosted by Nordic Heritage Museum, offers an immersive program featuring live culinary demonstrations and tastings that explore both traditional and contemporary Nordic cuisine. Featured guest and keynote speaker is Danish culinary entrepreneur, Claus Meyer.

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  2. ARTundressed celebrates the artistic, humorous, and sensual aspects of creative nude art; both in visual and performance arts. Since its inception, this event has toured many different countries and numerous cities from all over the world, including Miami, New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Dallas, Berlin (Germany), as well as Montreal and Toronto (Canada). The collection of exhibited artworks is always top-notch showcasing some of today most talented, creative, renowned artists and photographers. To differentiate our event, we go through a very extensive and selective process to feature top local, national and international artists, exhibiting some of the best nude art with the highest level of creativity.

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  3. The interpretation of the 2nd Amendment has changed over time, creating confusion and division between families and friends. We’ll discuss Michael Waldman’s book, “The Second Amendment: A Biography”

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  4. Art! Vancouver is a first-class international art fair that features some of the finest artwork from artists and galleries across Canada, and around the world. The exhibition provides local, national, and international artists and galleries with the opportunity to gain critical visibility on a prestigious platform, while exposing attendees to a collection of original and diverse artwork that will inspire and awe.

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August 2017