Tag: Youth arts
The Office of Arts & Culture announced that $2.4M in cultural program grants are available to expand public access to arts and cultural organizations, develop and renovate arts spaces, support community festivals, individual artists, and youth programs and foster innovative projects. The office’s goal is to foster a city driven by creativity that provides the […][More]
Posted: March 3rd, 2015 under Art Beat, CityArtist, Creative Advantage, Cultural Space, Funding, NCA, smart ventures.
Tags: arts funding, CityArtist Projects, civic partners, cultural space, grants, smART ventures, Work readiness program, Youth arts
The Work-Readiness Arts Program, in collaboration with the Seattle Youth Violence Prevention Initiative (SYVPI), is accepting proposals from arts, cultural and community organizations interested in providing out-of-school programming that links arts learning and work experiences for Seattle youth ages 14 to 18. Selected projects will serve between eight and 15 youth who have been recruited […][More]
Posted: May 29th, 2013 under Art Beat, Funding, News.
Tags: arts learning, Seattle Youth Violence Prevention Initiative, SYVPI, training, work experience, Work-Readiness Arts Program, youth, Youth arts
We’re now accepting project applications for our Youth Arts program. The program supports arts training opportunities for Seattle’s middle and high school youth outside of school hours in a variety of artistic disciplines, including visual and literary arts, theater, music, dance and film. The application deadline is 11 p.m., Monday, Feb. 4, 2013. Go here […][More]
Last call for 2013 Youth Arts funding program applications! The online application deadline is Wednesday, Feb. 15. Youth Arts is an annual funding program that makes a difference in the lives of Seattle middle- and high-school youth by providing arts education in all art forms during out-of-school time. Youth Arts prioritizes youth or communities with limited […][More]
Our director talks about investing in the arts and preserving admission tax funding. We joined with Mayor Mike McGinn and a few of our funded partners in announcing more than $1.6 million in investments in 137 Seattle arts organizations through our Civic Partners program. Join in a lively panel discussion and community forum about arts […][More]
Posted: February 7th, 2012 under Art Beat, Arts Education, Calls for Artists, Funding, Public Art.
Tags: Arts Education, arts education forum, arts organizations, ceramics, civic partners, convention center, exhibition, Funding, John Fleming, Sidewalk Artwork, storefronts, storefronts seattle, Youth arts, Youth Arts Funding
The Seattle Symphony will perform a free community concert at City Hall this month. We have new Seattle Arts Commissioners on board. We’re accepting applications for the 2013 Youth Arts funding program. Save the date for the Arts Education Forum. The city invests in neighborhood arts and cultural events. See the exhibitions “Staff Picks” at […][More]
Posted: January 6th, 2012 under Art Beat, News.
Tags: artist selection, Arts Education, arts education forum, Broad Street Green, City Hall galleries, exhibitions, Funding, neighborhood and community arts, Public Art, Seattle Arts Commission, Seattle Center, Seattle City Light, Seattle Municipal Tower Gallery, Youth arts, Youth Arts Funding
We’re accepting applications for the 2013 Youth Arts funding program. Find out more about the program at a free application workshop, 1:30 to 3:30 p.m., Monday, Jan. 9 at the Beacon Hill Public Library. Application draft review sessions will be held Wednesday, Jan. 18 and Monday, Jan. 30. RSVP for the draft review sessions is […][More]
The Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs is accepting project applications for our Youth Arts program. The program supports arts training opportunities for Seattle’s middle and high school youth outside of school hours in a variety of artistic disciplines, including visual and literary arts, theater, music, dance and film. Individual teaching artists, artist teams, […][More]
826 Seattle, an after-school reading and writing program, and the Young Shakespeare Workshop are recipients of the National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Awards, considered the country’s highest honor in the field of after-school and out-of-school arts and humanities programs. The organizations are among 12 that will receive awards Nov. 2 in a White House ceremony […][More]
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Posted: June 29th, 2011 under Art Beat, eNews, News.
Tags: arts jobs, City Hall, concert, Dedication, exhibition, Gallery, Mayor Mike McGinn, Mayor's Arts Awards, music, Public Art, Seattle Center, Seattle Municipal Tower Gallery, Seattle Presents, Seattle Public Utilities, temporary, visual arts, Youth arts