Seattle Parks and Recreation seeks proposals for fun, innovative, curriculum-based visual and performing arts programs at five Seattle parks this summer. Individuals, groups or organizations are eligible to apply.
The Summer Art in the Park program aims to increase learning opportunities for youth, build self-esteem and promote cross-cultural experiences. The parks are Othello Playground, Powell Barnett Playground, Little Brook Park, Judkins Park and Playfield and Maple Wood Playfield.
The budget is $8,400 for each park. Proposal deadline is Friday, May 6.
Learn about the program and the RFP process at a free workshop, 6:30 to 8 p.m., Tuesday, April 5, at Jefferson Community Center.
For more information and to download a proposal packet, go here, or contact Daisy Catague at (206) 615-0303.
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