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Statewide Arts Events

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

January 2018

  1. Sarah D. King, Visual Edge graduate, will show two distinct bodies of photographic work. "Emergence" is an investigation into perspective and perception through the exploration of variables of material, chemical interaction and light refraction. It attempts to elucidate that which emerges from the spontaneous relationship between fortuity and precision. "Visum" considers spaces of the home as mediums for storytelling. It is grounded in the philosophy that personal spaces are sacred. Clues abound, and if paid attention to, can reveal the very essence of the lives of those who inhabit those spaces.

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  2. Artist, community advocate, and mayoral candidate, Nikkita Oliver, joins our Next Stage lineup to discuss ways Artists can positively impact community and build bridges through art - Some topics to be discussed include: How to give back to the community through your art, why that is important, and what you can do. Plus insights on how artists can use their art as a conduit for Social Justice.

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  3. Always, Sometimes, Never brings the work of New York-based conceptual artist Tavares Strachan to Seattle for the first time. A selection of Strachan's diverse explorations of nature and technology will be provocatively installed within and alongside reflecting pools, highlighting his signature fascination with perception, distortion, and invisibility.

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February 2018

  1. Join Artist Trust Program Director Brian McGuigan and Program Manager Katy Hannigan for a free webinar intended to help you put together your best Fellowship application.

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  2. Seattle-based artist Ko Kirk Yamahira deconstructs his paintings by painstakingly removing individual threads from the weave of the canvas, turning surface into form. This exhibition samples the artist's recent output—including several pieces made for the occasion—to offer a meditation on identity, duality, and the relativity of perception.

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  3. In this, free, live-broadcast webinar, Artist Trust Program Manager Katy Hannigan and Program Coordinator Zach Frimmel help you put together your best application for the Twining Humber Award.

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March 2018

  1. In this workshop, creative strategist Robin Held focuses on strategies to increase the visibility of your artistic accomplishments and achievements to professionals with whom you most want to connect.

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April 2018

  1. This workshop, led by publicist Staci Smith, guides you step-by-step through the media relations process and helps you determine the most cost- and time-effective methods and resources for launching a successful campaign regardless of the scope of your project, your budget, or time restrictions.

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May 2018

June 2018