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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 2015

  1. 4Culture offers funding to individuals and organizations for arts, heritage, and preservation projects. With deadlines in the coming months, we’re hosting grant-specific workshops at our offices in Pioneer Square to help you get your application into shape! These workshops allow us to answer questions about our grant programs and demystify the application process. They are free, open to the public, and require no RSVP.

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  2. Pecha Kucha Seattle, in collaboration with the Seattle Public Library present PKN SEA vol. 58: Watch Me Now, Notes on a Surveillance Society. The event will bring together speakers from across the information ecosystem – including policy makers, technologists, advocates and others to discuss the complex issues surrounding privacy and surveillance in the digital world.

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  3. Rosalyn Gale Powell: Garden Path; Raymond Gendreau: Photographs; Cut & Bent - Guest Curator: Bill Baran-Mickle; Small Worlds; Artist’s Books: Chapter Four; Miniature Books: Collection of Margo E. Amestoy; The Art of Furniture 1; Selections from the Permanent Collection; Heikki Seppa: New Acquisitions

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March 2015

  1. Artist Series: "Simply Shostakovich" Dean of School of Arts and Communication, Cameron Bennett, piano is joined by PLU faculty Janeanne Houston, soprano; Svend Ronning, violin and Richard Treat, cello. Selection to be performed include; Piano Trio No. 1, Op. 8; Seven Romances on Poems by Alexander Blok, Op. 127; Piano Trio No. 2, Op. 67.

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  2. Seattle Jewish Film Festival is one of the largest and most anticipated Jewish cultural events in the Pacific Northwest and ranks in the top festivals of its kind in the U.S. and abroad. Through cinema, SJFF builds a vibrant community that is more aware, tolerant, and connected to Jewish life, culture, and creativity.

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  3. From the ashes of Mount St. Helens emerged a monster with mysterious powers—powers that changed one boy’s life forever. Superhero or freak? Not even he was sure until one fated night of adventure, music and love on the streets of Seattle.

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April 2015

May 2015

  1. The Brothers Grimm hits Broadway with an epic fairytale. James Lapine and Stephen Sondheim bring classic storybook characters together for a Tony Award-winning musical. The story follows a baker and his wife, who want to have a child; Cinderella, who wishes to attend the King’s Festival; and Jack, who wishes his cow would give milk. When the baker and his wife learn of a witch’s curse, they journey to break the spell. Their wishes are granted, but their actions return to haunt them.

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June 2015

July 2015