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There's just TWO more days to register for the Celebration of the Arts Luncheon on May 4th! This year's luncheon features a keynote address on Creativity, Education, and Work in the 21st Century, performances by Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra, and a special award presentation for Glenn Kawasaki. Don't miss it! https://connect.artsfund.org/luncheon ... See MoreSee Less
Seattle Symphony on Stage at Benaroya Hall. Photo: Ben Van Houten
Spectrum Dance Theater. Photo: Nate Watters
Three Dollar Bill Cinema, 17th Seattle Lesbian & Gay Film Festival, Bear City 2, October 18, 2012. Michael McAfoose, Seattle Gay Scene.
Richard Hugo House, Zine Class at Write-O-Rama. Photo by Sarah Samudre.
EMP Museum, Sound Off! 2013 finalist As It Starts performs. Photo by Brady Harvey
Earshot Jazz. Cuong Vu performing at Benaroya Hall Illsley Ball Nordstrom Recital Hall on October 17 at the 2012 Earshot Jazz Festival. Photo by Daniel Sheehan.
Artist Trust grant recipient Paul Rucker playing at the 2012 Awards Party, Experience Music Project, Seattle. Photo: Miguel Edwards.
The 5th Avenue Theatre’s Rising Star Project: The Music Man. Photo by Mark Kitaoka.
Tacoma Art Museum, Dale Chihuly/Ma Chihuly’s Floats installed on Tacoma Art Museum’s Stone Wave, (Stone Wave by Richard Rhodes). Photo courtesy of Tacoma Art Museum.