Seattle Parks and Recreation seeks individuals, groups or organizations to create fun, innovative, curriculum-based visual and performing arts programs at four Seattle parks this summer.
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, Lakeridge Playground, Judkins Park and Playfield and Maple Wood Playfield.
The budget is $8,400 for each park. Proposal deadline is Friday, May 18.
For more information and to download a proposal packet go here, or contact Daisy Catague at (206) 615-0303.
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