Archive for 'Mayor’s Arts Awards'
Mayor Mike McGinn today announced the recipients of the 2013 Mayor’s Arts Awards. The honorees include two individuals and four organizations, and represent categories ranging from promoting arts as a means of social change to artistic excellence. Congratulations to the 2013 honorees in the following categories: Future Focus: 826 Seattle Cultural Ambassador: Barbara Earl Thomas […][More]
Posted: July 1st, 2013 under Art Beat, Mayor's Arts Awards.
Tags: 826 Seattle, Barbara Earl Thomas, Frye Art Museum, mayor, Mayor's Arts Awards, Pongo Teen Writing Project, Preston Singletary, seattle repertory theatre
Nominations are now open for the 2013 Mayor’s Arts Awards. The awards recognize the accomplishments of artists, arts and cultural organizations and community members committed to enriching their communities through the arts. The nomination deadline is 5 p.m., Wednesday, May 15. The nomination form is available online here. For a print version of the form, […][More]
We’re looking for an intern to work with the Community Development & Outreach team to provide events and marketing support for various programs during the summer. Projects will include assisting with Seattle Presents, the summer lunchtime concert series at City Hall; the Mayor’s Arts Awards; and other office events and projects. Responsibilities will also include […][More]
More than 500 people came to the Mayor’s Arts Awards ceremony, noon, Friday, Aug. 31 at Seattle Center. The awards celebrated 10 years of Seattle’s creative community and this year’s 10 award recipients. Weren’t able to make the ceremony? Watch it here. Recipients were: Freehold Theatre Lab/Studio; KEXP; Li Hengda, choreographer, artistic director and […][More]
Mayor Mike McGinn at the 2011 Mayor’s Arts Awards ceremony. Photo by Jennifer Richard. Join Mayor Mike McGinn in celebrating 10 years of Seattle’s creative community and this year’s award recipients at the annual Mayor’s Arts Awards, noon, Friday, Aug. 31, at Seattle Center’s North Fountain Lawn. The Bumbershoot Visual Arts Exhibits […][More]
Mayor Mike McGinn today announced the recipients of the 2012 Mayor’s Arts Awards. To mark the 10th anniversary of the award, 10 recipients will be honored this year. The honorees include three individuals and seven organizations: two dancer/choreographers, a public artist, a producer of theatrical wonders, a nonprofit acting studio, an all-ages arts venue, an […][More]
Posted: June 5th, 2012 under Art Beat, Events, Mayor's Arts Awards, News.
Tags: Bumbershoot 2012 Visual Arts Exhibits, Buster Simpson, Chihuly Garden and Glass, City Arts magazine, Freehold Theatre Lab/Studio, KEXP 90.3 FM, Li Hengda, Lucia Neare's Theatrical Wonders, Mayor Mike McGinn, Olivier Wevers, Seattle Arts & Lectures, Seattle Arts Commission, The Vera Project, Three Dollar Bill Cinema, TilibSedeb (Singing Feet)
Know an individual or organization making a difference in Seattle through arts and culture? Nominate them for a 2012 Mayor’s Arts Award. The nomination deadline is 5 p.m., Tuesday, April 17. This year we will celebrate the 10th annual Mayor’s Arts Awards. The awards recognize the accomplishments of artists, arts and cultural organizations and community […][More]
This year we celebrate the 10th year of the Mayor’s Arts Awards, and you’re invited to help mark this milestone. Know an individual or an organization making a difference in Seattle through arts and culture? Nominate them for a 2012 Mayor’s Arts Award. The awards recognize the accomplishments of artists, arts and cultural organizations […][More]
Weren’t able to make the 2011 Mayor’s Arts Awards ceremony? Or want to relive the moment? Watch the video on Seattle Channel’s website. Mayor Mike McGinn honored the recipients of the Mayor`s Arts Awards at the public ceremony on the eve of the Labor Day weekend Bumbershoot festival at Seattle Center. Nancy Guppy of Seattle Channel’s […][More]
City Arts magazine profiled the 2011 Mayor’s Arts Awards recipients on their blog last week. Read the blog here. The award recipients are Donald Byrd, Tony-nominated choreographer; Jack Straw Productions, audio arts center; Dr. Quinton Morris, accomplished concert violinist and professor; On the Boards, one of America’s best theaters for contemporary performance; Pratt Fine Arts […][More]