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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.

April 2017

  1. Led by artist Rachel Smith, this workshop will cover essential skills you'll need to find and develop audiences for your work, including elevator speeches, networking, and effective communications strategies for approaching gallerists, curators, and other art-world gatekeepers. Join us after for a free public happy hour (7-7:30pm) and panel discussion (7:30-8:30pm) that follows the workshop where artists will discuss how they've built audience for their own work and give you the chance to put your own networking skills to use. Need-based, Latinx, and Filipinx scholarships available by request.

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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. Creativity Blossoms! 23 studios and galleries showcasing 45 artists’ work in this spring tour. See jewelry, garden art, glass, pottery, prints; paintings, photography, tiles, sculpture, and textiles!

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  3. Fading stars George and Charlotte Hay are stuck in Buffalo, New York performing for small audiences with an even smaller company of actors. But when word arrives that film director Frank Capra is coming to see their matinee, George and Charlotte do what they must to leave the small time for the big time. A madcap farce that will keep you laughing well after the final curtain!

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  4. Fading stars George and Charlotte Hay are stuck in Buffalo, New York performing for small audiences with an even smaller company of actors. But when word arrives that film director Frank Capra is coming to see their matinee, George and Charlotte do what they must to leave the small time for the big time. A madcap farce that will keep you laughing well after the final curtain!

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  5. In this webinar, attorney Mike Meints and artist & public art manager for the Office of Arts & Culture Seattle Kristen Ramirez provide an overview of the different types of artist contracts, including grants, public art, commissions, and temporary work.

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  6. Fading stars George and Charlotte Hay are stuck in Buffalo, New York performing for small audiences with an even smaller company of actors. But when word arrives that film director Frank Capra is coming to see their matinee, George and Charlotte do what they must to leave the small time for the big time. A madcap farce that will keep you laughing well after the final curtain!

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  7. Fading stars George and Charlotte Hay are stuck in Buffalo, New York performing for small audiences with an even smaller company of actors. But when word arrives that film director Frank Capra is coming to see their matinee, George and Charlotte do what they must to leave the small time for the big time. A madcap farce that will keep you laughing well after the final curtain!

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  8. Fading stars George and Charlotte Hay are stuck in Buffalo, New York performing for small audiences with an even smaller company of actors. But when word arrives that film director Frank Capra is coming to see their matinee, George and Charlotte do what they must to leave the small time for the big time. A madcap farce that will keep you laughing well after the final curtain!

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  9. 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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  10. 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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June 2017

  1. Allied Arts of Whatcom County’s 2017 Gallery Series welcomes back the WACK (Whatcom Artists of Clay and Kiln) Group Show. WACK is a non-profit organization for potters from all around Whatcom County with a passion for clay and they’ve partnered with the Allied Arts Gallery to put on this exciting exhibit. The opening reception will be held on June 3, at Allied Art Gallery from 6pm.

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  2. Join Seattle fiber-based multidisciplinary artist, Mandy Greer, on a retreat to the woods of Camano Island for an expanded version of her popular Wall Hanging Weaving Basics Workshop, teaching the basics and more stitches of tapestry weaving in her own unique style, on handmade table looms with heddle, using a huge collection of luxurious boutique, handspun and hand-dyed yarns, roving and up-cycled fabric.

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July 2017

  1. The Northwest Stone Sculptors Association invites you to join us Camp Pilgrim Firs for up to eight days of stone carving, communing with nature, and enjoying the camaraderie of fellow stone enthusiasts. Bring yourself, your creative energy, your humor, tools, and a favorite piece of stone. If you don’t have stone or tools, we have an entire tent set up for beginners with tools and instructors. Guest artists Joanne Duby, Stephen Murenza and Deborah Wilson will share their experiences with carving granite, limestone, marble, basalt and jade. Tamara Buchanan & Ruth Mueseler will mentor beginning sculptors with an introduction to safety and tools.

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August 2017

September 2017

  1. Imagine walking into an art show and seeing nearly 1000 6X6 inch works of art, each attractively priced at $36. ArtWalla’s fifth annual ArtSquared, scheduled for September 29 - October 1, 2017 will bring artists and art lovers together for a fun and exciting visual art event in Walla Walla.

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