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Ardor Creative Media
A networking event to connect filmmakers with projects4/23/2016
Violet Strays and The Blush Room
Female Zine seeks Visual and Written Entries2/29/2016
Fort Nisqually Living History Museum
Traditional art and craft demonstrations at Fort Nisqually Living History Museum2/29/2016
Seattle Children's Theatre
Seattle Children's Theatre seeks to contract the services of an Outreach Coordinator, an administrative professional who will play a key role is supporting the growth and sustainability of the Washington State Teaching Artist Training Lab. 3/10/2016
Seattle Arts & Lectures
Seattle Arts & Lectures is pleased to announce that we are seeking a Writers in the Schools Program Associate to join our team. The WITS Program Associate joins the organization at an exciting time—ticket sales are booming, our WITS program is serving more schools and students than ever, and the first ever Writers in the Summers Camp is being launched this summer. The Program Associate will join 7 staff-members at SAL and support the WITS Program Director to effectively run all aspects of the WITS program. This is a full-time position. The Program Associate reports to the WITS Program Director and works in collaboration with the entire SAL staff.2/17/2016
Museum of History & Industry
The Contract Videographer for this project is responsible for filming 60 minute oral history interviews with 100 remarkable people. These segments will be showcased in the museum and also be preserved in MOHAI’s archives.3/10/2016
Seattle Public Theater
Seattle Public Theater (SPT) is seeking a talented Marketing Manager for a part-time position. The Marketing Manager will have experience in nonprofit arts marketing well as a passion for the performing arts. The individual will be responsible for brand management, print collateral, and public relations for the organization.2/25/2016
Pilchuck Glass School
Pilchuck Glass School is seeking a Development Manager to serve as an integral part of the Development Team responsible for annual giving, major gift initiatives and cultivation events. The Development Manager will organize and lead the administrative and logistical aspects and the volunteer program in support of all annual philanthropic events including a gala auction, a major donor recognition dinner, four student fundraising events, campus open houses and tours and several smaller development cultivation and stewardship events. This will include working closely with development staff and trustees on donor cultivation and stewardship, and supporting marketing/communication needs in a dynamic, fast-paced team environment. The position reports directly to the Director of Development and will serve as the staff liaison to the Annual Auction Committee.2/29/2016
Ryan James Fine Arts
Juried Show 3/28/2016
Join us for a FREE information session about Shunpike's Fiscal Sponsorship Services3/11/2016
Join Shunpike for a FREE walking tour of the South Lake Union Storefront Installations2/17/2016
Arts Business Clinic is an informal, drop-in clinic, Shunpike staff and experienced arts industry professionals are on-hand to talk with you about your arts business needs.2/25/2016
RAW Artists
Showcase featuring local Seattle artists3/1/2016
Roam Consulting
Bainbridge Island Museum of Art seeks a Deputy Director who will bring needed attention and focus to building an infrastructure that allows for increasingly efficient and effective operation of the Museum at this stage and moving forward. 3/10/2016
City of Shoreline Public Art Program
The Art Gallery at City Hall Shoreline is currently seeking proposals from independent curators for exhibitions of 2-D and 3-D artwork (including fiber, sound, flat panel video, and unobstructive, wall-mounted sculpture) on the 4th floor of City Hall. 4/10/2016
Propose an exhibition to take place anywhere in the world besides NYC 3/1/2016
ACT - A Contemporary Theatre
The marketing team at ACT is looking for a dynamic, upbeat intern who wants to learn the ropes of the marketing and communications field, with special emphasis on public relations and social media. The intern will work as part of a team but also will be asked to work independently to complete tasks.3/2/2016
PYE Global
An introduction to PYE’s powerful arts-based learning model and a great place to start for anyone who is new to the Creative Community Model. This experiential training gives you a toolbox of easy-to-lead activities designed to bring confidence and creativity to your role as a facilitator for groups of all sizes. 3/11/2016
Provides funding to arts organizations, schools, nonprofits, and government agencies committed to building community partnerships that improve the quality and quantity of arts education for K-12 students in public schools in Washington State. 3/22/2016
Spaceworks Tacoma
Artscapes temporarily places 2-dimensional, 3-dimensional, mural, or multi-media art installations in storefront windows, outdoor spaces, and an outdoor video gallery in the City of Tacoma. The program offers an artist stipend to support the creation of new work and site-specific projects, or the installation of existing work. Since launching in 2010, Spaceworks has commissioned 125 art installations!3/22/2016
Rental Coordinator <span class="glyphicon glyphicon-new-window"></span>
Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute (LHPAI) is a facility offering rental of the facility spaces and theater areas to other organizations and the public. LHPAI is seeking an Events Booking Representative to provide rental scheduling support for this facility. This position is often the first point of contact for the public and also serves as a member of the LHPAI team and the Office of Arts & Culture, cooperating with staff and the public to provide information and rental services. 2/16/2016
Communications & Outreach Intern <span class="glyphicon glyphicon-new-window"></span>
The Office of Arts & Culture is seeking a Communications & Outreach undergraduate intern who will join the team to assist in all aspects of managing the office's events and communications, including preparation and dissemination of print and online marketing materials, pre-event planning and logistics, day-of-event onsite work and planning. 2/16/2016
Mukilteo Arts Guild
Open Call for the Mukilteo Art Festival 2/26/2016
need a commercial artist/painter to paint butterflies3/1/2016
The Corporate Relations Manager is a frontline fundraising position responsible for developing corporate sponsorships to support SIFF’s impact in our community. Reporting to the Director of Strategic Partnerships, the Corporate Relations Manager will research new accounts, solicit new and existing accounts, and promote year round stewardship. Primary activities for the position include securing new sponsorships, and building existing relationships for corporate investments in SIFF - $25K to $100K in cash contributions and $10K - $200K in in-kind support. SIFF is a $10 million/year organization, with a target annual cash sponsorship of $900K and in-kind goals reaching $3 million. This is an opportunity to be an integral member of our dynamic development team. 2/26/2016
We are establishing a 2016 Season and need a Programming Manager to develop and implement the new program, foster partnerships with other arts organizations, and oversee event management.2/5/2016
Artist Trust
Volunteers needed for Artist Trust's 2016 Gala2/29/2016
Seattle Art Museum
Work with the Director of Membership and SAM Giving to create campaign strategies and operating plans for SAM Fund and oversee SAM’s membership experience program. Manage Membership Department in Director’s absence.2/26/2016
The Corporate Relations Manager is a frontline fundraising position responsible for developing corporate sponsorships to support SIFF’s impact in our community. Reporting to the Director of Strategic Partnerships, the Corporate Relations Manager will research new accounts, solicit new and existing accounts, and promote year round stewardship. Primary activities for the position include securing new sponsorships, and building existing relationships for corporate investments in SIFF - $25K to $100K in cash contributions and $10K - $200K in in-kind support. SIFF is a $10 million/year organization, with a target annual cash sponsorship of $900K and in-kind goals reaching $3 million. This is an opportunity to be an integral member of our dynamic development team. 2/26/2016
The Vera Project
The Audio Tech Manager works closely with The Vera Project Audio/Tech committee & staff, assisting with a broad array of duties within the realm of Vera’s audio program. These include equipment upkeep, repair, and installation in the live room and recording studio, in addition to audio intern supervision and rental management for portable equipment. 2/8/2016
Development 2/26/2016
Art Workshop Inc
Art instructor for the Seattle Area2/26/2016
Seattle Music Partners
Come help an elementary school student in the Central District learn to play an instrument and read music.3/17/2016
The Accounting Assistant provides accounting and administrative support to our growing team. Reporting to the Director of Finance, our Accounting Assistant will help ensure we track and manage all financial transactions, including AP/AR, chart of accounts, and provide general support and office administration.2/26/2016
The Programming Manger will program the annual season at the Rainier Valley Cultural Center2/5/2016
Pratt Fine Arts Center
Pratt Fine Arts Center is seeking a volunteer with experience or interest in communications, public relations, marketing and/or events to assist with projects and initiatives in its Marketing and Communications Department. 2/26/2016
Pratt Fine Arts Center
Working closely with Pratt’s Development and Marketing staff, the Art Auction and Procurement Intern will gain valuable experience in non-profit administration, special event production, procurement, project management and data management. 2/13/2016
Grants for Artists and Arts Groups in King County3/9/2016
Eastern State Penitentiary Historic Site
Eastern State Penitentiary Historic Site is currently accepting proposals for its 2017 season of site-specific artist installations.6/15/2016
Seattle Center
Seattle Center seeks a skilled professional to join our team in the Seattle Center Productions unit.2/2/2016
A great opportunity to gain valuable Arts Administrative and Management experience. 2/12/2016
Velocity Dance Center
Velocity Dance Center is seeking a Development Manager to work collaboratively with the Managing Director and Executive Director to design and implement the fundraising efforts of Velocity Dance Center. 2/19/2016
Washington Lawyers for the Arts
With the new year coming, taxes are always just around the corner! Be ready and reduce your anxiety by attending our State Tax workshop!1/28/2016
Music Center of the Northwest
Support the efforts of Music Center of the Northwest in philanthropy by helping to create events and activities that provide "exceptional experiences" for the participants.2/5/2016
Reporting to the Board of Directors, Shunpike’s Executive Director manages the organization, supports its growth and development, and works to continually improve the services we offer to independent arts organizations.2/15/2016
Seattle Women's Jazz Orchestra
Contract Position3/1/2016

990 sq ft divided 4 ways, $250, SODO2/5/2016
This position will manage the day to day responsibilities of MOHAI’s Education and Youth Programs Department and oversee all aspects of education and youth programming designed to engage students, adults and families in MOHAI’s mission. 2/12/2016
Seattle Public Library
Seattle Writes invites writers to submit a work of flash fiction to the Door to a Pink Universe competition in honor of science fiction writer and Seattle resident Octavia Butler, who heralded libraries for their contribution to her development as a writer2/29/2016
National Endowment for the Arts
The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) in the nation’s only arts funder to award grants in all 50 states and U.S. jurisdictions. As the first step in its funding process, the NEA has posted application guidelines for the Art Works and Challenge America categories for art projects anticipated to take place in 2017. New in this fiscal year is a pilot grant opportunity that is part of the NEA’s 50th anniversary initiative, Creativity Connects.*2/12/2016
Intiman Theater
The IEAP is an 8-week summer training program that will give you detailed insight into the professional theatre industry, and help prepare you to become a successful member of the Seattle arts community.3/9/2016
RadioActive is a program of KUOW 94.9 Public Radio. We create a space where youth delight in discovering public radio journalism and support young people’s growth as media makers by sharing access to public radio’s knowledge, skills, and institutions.2/5/2016
Racial Equity Fund <span class="glyphicon glyphicon-new-window"></span>
Grants to Seattle's community-based organizations to build capacity in the community to address structural racism. 8/25/2016
Intiman Theatre
Intiman is looking for a year-round Communications Manager for its 2016 Festival.1/29/2016
North Seattle College and the campus Arts Council are seeking an artist to design a dynamic, innovative mural on the exterior surface of a wall facing the northeast entrance to campus. 2/17/2016
Ardor Creative Media
Film Cmpetition2/5/2016
Moorlands Elementary
Seeking Artist in Residence at Moorlands Elementary1/15/2016
AIA Seattle + Design in Public
This position supports all aspects of our digital communications strategy, including management of our websites, social media platforms, and email communications.1/23/2016
Coordinate the administrative aspects of regional public art program.1/22/2016
Northwest Folklife
he Development Communications Intern will assist the Northwest Folklife Development team in its communications and fundraising efforts and will have the opportunity to learn about nonprofit fundraising, marketing and event planning. The Development Communications intern will have significant exposure and opportunity to learn about the many cultural communities that make up the Pacific Northwest, and the folklife they each bring to the Northwest Folklife Festival.1/29/2016
Northwest Folklife
The Sponsorship and Development Intern will be an integral member of the team ensuring that the 2016 Folklife Festival is a success. From planning pre-festival events to working onsite with sponsors, the Sponsorship and Development Intern will play a key role in fostering positive relationships with donors and sponsors and coordinating event logistics.1/29/2016
Northwest Folklife
The Programming Internship is central to the programming Northwest Folklife has to offer. This Intern plays a key role in ensuring smooth festival production from a programming standpoint.1/29/2016
Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience
Freelance artist training for teens ages 15-191/23/2016
Washington Lawyers for the Arts
With the new year coming, taxes are always just around the corner! Be ready and reduce your anxiety by attending our State Tax workshop!1/28/2016
Ox-Bow School of Art and Artists' Residency
Ox-Bow, School of Art and Artists' Residency, located in Saugatuck, MI, offers courses, workshops, and artist residencies for students and artists at all stages in their career. In the summer MFA candidates and recent graduates and Arts Faculty residents can take advantage of the Ox-Bow community, which includes faculty, visiting artists and students.2/5/2016
Ox-Bow School of Art and Artists' Residency
Ox-Bow’s LeRoy Neiman Foundation Fellowship program welcomes twelve fellowship students from schools all over the nation the opportunity to focus on their work, meet with renowned artists, and grow as a member of this unique community. These students live on campus in Saugatuck, MI for 13 weeks, where they participate in campus life as both staff members and artists.2/22/2016
City of Redmond
The Cultural Arts Administrator plans, directs, and coordinates the work plan for the Arts & Culture Program and ensures that the program is in alignment with City and Department's policies, goals and strategic plan. 1/19/2016
Third Place Commons
It’s a Real Space for Real Community! Third Place Commons needs a new Executive Director who is innovative, organized, energetic, has excellent communication skills, can work independently and embraces the power of creative community connections.2/7/2016
Nordic Heritage Museum
Create and manage adult educational programming at the Nordic Heritage Museum.1/27/2016
Writer/poet residency
The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture (ARTS), in partnership with Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) seeks a practicing, published poet, fiction, or creative non-fiction writer for a unique project-based artist residency in the northwest tower of the Fremont Bridge. The selected writer will undertake an in-depth exploration of the bridge and write a piece in response to the experience. 2/16/2016
Lighting artist residency
The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture (ARTS), in partnership with Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) seeks a lighting artist or lighting artist team for a unique project-based artist residency in the southwest tower on the University Bridge. The selected lighting artist(s) will undertake an in-depth exploration of Seattle’s three historic bascule bridges: the University, Fremont, and Ballard bridges, and create a conceptual plan for lighting each bridge. 2/16/2016
Frye Art Museum
The Frye Art Museum is seeking a positive, flexible team player to join the Development Department. This position is responsible for assisting with all aspects in the department including the volunteers, data entry, ticketing and events programs at the Frye Art Museum. The position provides administrative assistance in all fundraising endeavors for membership, annual appeals, and all internal and external events.1/31/2016
Center City Art Plan
UPDATED CALL: The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture, (ARTS) in partnership with Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) will commission one artist, or artist team of no more than two, to work with SDOT and ARTS staff to research, develop, and create a Public Art Plan for downtown Seattle based on current capital projects in Seattle’s downtown core.2/9/2016
Collective of Geniuses
John Michael Kohler Arts Center
16 artists are accepted for 2–6 month residencies and receive studio space, materials, use of equipment, housing, round-trip transportation, technical assistance, and photographic services.4/1/2016
Washington Lawyers for the Arts
In this workshop, Sign Here, Please: Contract Law Basics for Artists and the Lawyers that Represent Them, transactional and art lawyer, Alison Ivey, will walk you through the basics of contract law including an explanation of fundamental contract terms and an overview of key principals surrounding contract formation and enforcement. 12/16/2015
Washington Lawyers for the Arts
Our workshop will give all artists a better understanding of how to protect creative work.12/15/2015
Mineral School
Residency near Mt. Rainier2/16/2016
Angeline’s Center for Homeless Women offers homeless women a safe, warm, and welcoming space with weekly activities. Most of our women enjoy music. We need volunteers with a love of music, and the ability to lead a group in discussions about music. Some music and stereo are provided. As group leader, you will set up the stereo, build rapport and engage in conversation, and lead the group in discussions about music. Women will be encouraged to bring music that speaks to them to play for the group, and to share why they love it.6/1/2016
The New Foundation Seattle
Residency Program Funds (RPF) are for Seattle-based contemporary visual artists, curators, and arts writers who have opportunities to attend residencies out-of-state and need assistance to cover tuition, fees, and travel expenses.11/29/2015

You may be aware that the Hill-Snowdon Foundation recently launched our Making Black Lives Matter Initiative (MBLM)- a three year, $900,000 grantmaking and strategic co-funding initiative that seeks to support Black-led organizing as a means of building the infrastructure for Black institutional and political power for social change and racial justice.11/23/2015
Puget Sound Grantwriters Association
Snag insider tips to make your proposal stand out! Meet the grantmakers and ask them your burning questions. PSGA’s annual South Sound Funders Forum is your chance to meet at least four funders in person and hear about their giving guidelines.12/4/2015
international multidisciplinary intensive lab11/30/2015
Jack Straw Cultural Center
Learn techniques for high quality field recording of music, ambience, sound effects, and voice with portable equipment. 9/13/2015
smART ventures grant
Encouraging innovation and widening cultural participation, particularly by individuals, organizations and communities that may not qualify for other grant programs. Accepting applications year-round, smART ventures is flexible, inclusive and simple.

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