The University of Washington Climate Impacts Group is seeking qualifications for a two-dimensional visual art piece depicting climate resilience in the Northwest. The budget for this project is $3,000. Applications are due Monday, February 22.
Studio Coyote runs yearround, following Seattle Public Schools’ schedule. During the winter, spring, and fall you’ll find an abundance of 20-hour weekend sessions as well as weeklong sessions over breaks. Summer is packed full of weekly, 20-hour courses and runs June - August. All studio classes are pay-what-you-can.
The Executive Speaker Series showcases the many economic sectors that are vital to the stability and growth of the Seattle metropolitan region. This webinar shares updated guidance for museum openings and virtual options from arts organizations.
Washington Lawyers for the Arts invites artists, creators, and the attorneys who represent them to attend the "Independent Contractor vs. Employee" webinar on Friday, October 9, 2020: a workshop to understand the different classifications of work contracts for artists and creators.
Are you looking to participate in a festival, exhibition, contest, creative collective, art project? Scroll through the opportunities on Shoreline Arts Council for all kinds of open calls. Regularly updated.