We’re so pleased to welcome our new public relations specialist, Annie Holden, to the office!
Before Annie joined the Communications team, she was involved with The Vera Project, an all ages music and arts venue in Seattle, for three years. While there she held a number of different roles, including heading up marketing and communications, assisting with booking shows, and supporting fundraising and event efforts. She is a graduate of the University of Washington with a major in Comparative History of Ideas, an interdisciplinary degree which focuses on experiential and alternative forms of thought. Her thesis was titled “The Intertwining Future of Bodies, Thought, and Technology.”
Please help us welcome her to the Office of Arts & Culture!
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Michael Ragsdale says
New to Seattle (from New York City), I have brought with me a 3000 piece 9/11 aftermath paper ephemera collection which I would like to begin sharing with residents and tourists alike. I am wondering if you and the leadership of the Office of Arts & Culture would like to learn about my ideas.
Here is where you can learn about my unique and highly praised seven year “aftermath” collection, and look at images of a prior commemorative tenth anniversary of 9/11 exhibit of the materials. At:
Additionally, because of a separate one year aftermath collecting effort of mine, which numbers 4000 pieces, I am associated with the future 9/11 Museum in NYC.
I’d love to hear from you. Meet with you.
Calandra Childers / Office of Arts & Culture says
Hi Michale – feel free to contact us via our agency email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 206-684-7171. Generally we commission new artworks for display around Seattle, and I’d be happy to talk you through the process.