First Thursday Art Walk in Seattle
First Thursday, in Seattle's historic Pioneer Square neighborhood, takes place from noon to 8PM on the First Thursday of every month. It is the city's first and largest Art Walk.
Gage's Free Weekend Art-Making Sessions for Teens
Every month a different professional artist teaches teens a new art form, including cartooning, figure drawing, mixed media and more. Visit the web site to learn more about FREE art-making sessions, on Friday nights in Capitol Hill and on Saturday nights in Rainier Valley.
Seattle Art Museum Free Teen Night
The entire Seattle Art Museum museum is free for teens (up to age 19 with student ID) from 5–9 pm on the second Friday of
Seattle Center's Teen Tix is an arts-access program for teenagers. Anyone who is 13 to 19 years old can sign up for free.
Registered members receive a pass that gets them into the Seattle area's best music, dance, theatre, film,
visual and literary art for just $5.00!
Umoja Fest Peace Center's
, Hip-Hop Communiversity
, features recording and video production studios and free classes in the Music Business, Business &
Entrepreneurship, Music Production, Debate, Politics & Civics, Video Production,
Theatre/Drama, Fashion Design & Merchandising, Science of Flow/Art of Emceeing, DJing 101, Event Planning & Promotions
Youngstown’s ALL ACCESS
All Access empowers local youth through sustained arts based learning experiences by collaborating to provide the space, people and resources necessary for youth to flourish in community, creativity, and self expression.