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Exhibition Opportunity!

Artists Up is pleased to once again partner with Cornish College of the Arts to present an exhibition of visual artwork around the theme of THEATER, in celebration of Cornish College of the Arts’ 100 years of theater making in Seattle.  This exhibition will…

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Career Up!

This fall, Artists Up is pleased to offer Career Up, a series of three, free, informal, moderated discussions by and for artists. This series came about after meeting with and listening to artists to find out what they need, outside…

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Artists with disAbilities Mixer

ARTISTS UP invites you to an afternoon event on June 9th from 1-3pm. Connect with peer artists, share resources, learn about opportunities, and celebrate difference and diversity. We will have a special performance by Nic Masangkay, a Seattle-based spoken word poet,…

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Cornish Playhouse Gallery Hosts Artists Up Exhibition

Cornish College and Artists Up celebrate three artists who were selected for exhibition at the Cornish Playhouse through a partnership with Artists Up. The artwork of Nguyen Ly Phuong Ngoc, Kamari Bright, and Blanca Santander will be on display through November 19, 2017. Enjoy!

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Artists Up Residency Roundtable 

Thursday, October 19, 2017 6-8 PM King Street Station, 303 S. Jackson St., Seattle Please RSVP Artists – Need time and space to focus on your work without daily distractions?Come learn about artist residencies available to you, here in the Pacific Northwest….

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Exhibition Opportunity At Cornish Playhouse

Cornish College of the Arts is committed to the support of local artists working in both the visual and performing arts. The Cornish Playhouse, a vibrant theatrical and educational facility, is reaching out to visual artists who have participated in any of…

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Grant LAB Shout Out

On May 10th, Artists Up Grant LAB recipients, gathered at Oxbow in Seattle’s Georgetown neighborhood to share information about their inspirations, current projects, and upcoming events. More than fifty attendees enjoyed a spring evening – learning about the diverse art…

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