Every year, The Washington State Arts Alliance holds “Arts Day” down at our capitol, encouraging arts members to come down to Olympia and meet our legislators and learn more about their process. Further, it’s a chance for us to show our lawmakers how important artists and the arts are to Washington. In the past, WSAA Read more..
Seattle Schools are looking for local arts education materials to distribute to their arts specialists: Any organization that would like to share printed collateral for their 09-10 education programs with Seattle Public School art specialists, would you please bring these materials to the John Stanford Center for Educational Excellence (JSCEE) by Wednesday, Oct. 28 before Read more..
Arts were not a big priority in the mayoral campaigns for Mike McGinn or Joe Mallahan until recently; with over 21,000 professional arts workers in the city (according to The Stranger‘s Brendan Kiley,) the community has stressed to them the importance of a thriving arts scene. Seattle Channel’s C.R. Douglas met with both candidates at Read more..
You may not know it, but the Washington State Arts Alliance has been fighting for you for 33 years. Created to advocate awareness and public support for the arts in Washington, they represent every faction of the art at local, regional, statewide, even nationwide levels. This is definitely a group to support. Membership starts at Read more..