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What's Up with Artists Up

What’s Up with Artists Up

Artist Up event for Asian, Asian-American, & Asian Pacific Islander artists

On Monday, June 9, 2014, Artists Up hosted a dynamic evening of resources and networking for Asian, Asian-American, & Asian Pacific Islander artists. The event brought together over 60 ... Read more

50th Anniversary of the Civil Rights Act is today

50th Anniversary of the Civil Rights Act is today

In 1964, Congress passed Public Law 88-352 (78 Stat. 241). The provisions of this civil rights act forbade discrimination on the basis of sex as well as race in hiring, promoting, and firing. It also barred unequal application of voter ... Read more

Workshop 6/19 - Reducing Risks of Reproductive Harm to Artists

Workshop 6/19 – Reducing Risks of Reproductive Harm to Artists

Upcoming workshop – Reducing Risks of Reproductive Harm to Artists

Under ordinary circumstances it’s challenging for couples to produce a healthy baby:
• 10 percent of women are infertile
• 10 percent of men are too
• 3 percent of ... Read more

Come! Behold! Enjoy! Washington Middle School plays Washington Hall

Come! Behold! Enjoy! Washington Middle School plays Washington Hall

Come! Behold! Enjoy! New Music for Washington Hall
Tuesday June 10, 2014 at 5:00, 6:30 & 8:00 pm
Washington Hall
153 14th Avenue Seattle WA 98122

The Senior Ensembles of Washington Middle School premiere Come! Behold! Enjoy! a suite of ... Read more

Keep It Real in Port Townsend with WaMA Conference

Keep It Real in Port Townsend with WaMA Conference

Still Time to Register for Conference with Real Value

No matter their discipline, Washington museums collect, preserve and interpret real elements of this region’s culture—things, stories and places. “Authenticity: Real Things, Real Stories, Real Places,” the theme for the Washington ... Read more

Admiral Totem Pole to rise again at Log House Museum

Admiral Totem Pole to rise again at Log House Museum

Totem Pole Unveiling Ceremony
Friday, June 6 at 10:30 am
Log House Museum
3003 61st Avenue SW, Seattle

The colorful totem pole that welcomed residents and tourists alike at the city’s Belvedere View Point Park from 1966 to 2006 has ... Read more

Hidden Hazards in the Arts workshop on May 29

Hidden Hazards in the Arts workshop on May 29

Hidden Hazards in the Arts
Reducing artists’ chemical exposures
Thursday, May 29, 6:00-8:00 pm
Greg Kucera Gallery
212 3rd Ave. S., Seattle
Free Admission

You are invited to join Dave Waddell of King County’s Local Hazardous Waste Management Program for ... Read more

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From Texaco to Turkey House to Trader Joe's: Redmond and the Nelson Family

From Texaco to Turkey House to Trader Joe’s: Redmond and the Nelson Family

From Texaco to Turkey House to Trader Joes: The Nelson Family Remembers Buff and Mike Nelson, Nelson Legacy Group
5/10: Community Poetry Workshop with Vietnamese Poet Ky Nguyen

5/10: Community Poetry Workshop with Vietnamese Poet Ky Nguyen

May 10, 2014 @ 2pm

NewHolly Library

7058 32nd Ave S, Seattle 98118

4Culture is excited to announce the first of our Community Poetry Workshops for Poetry on Buses: Writing Home. The project’s Poet Planner, Roberto Ascalon, is working ... Read more

Artists Up: An Evening of Resources and Networking for Asian, Asian American & Asian Pacific Islander Artists

Artists Up: An Evening of Resources and Networking for Asian, Asian American & Asian Pacific Islander Artists

To build on the successful launch of the ARTISTS UP initiative in 2013 and continue to reach communities new to our agencies, ARTISTS UP will host a free, informal session to inform and connect Asian, Asian American and Pacific Islander ... Read more

VETS RESTORE Application Open

VETS RESTORE Application Open

We are excited to announce the 2014 VETS RESTORE application period is now open and available through vetsrestore.org! If you or someone you know is interested in a career in preservation carpentry, this program offers a 12-week training & internship ... Read more