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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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Artists Up Celebration & Networking Event

Artists Up is pleased to invite artists who have participated in our past events, as well as artists interested in learning more about our goals and networking with other artists in the region – to a celebration and networking event….

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Native Artist Event – Join Us!

ARTISTS UP welcomes Native artists, their families and advocates – to a free networking and resource exchange event on Monday, April 20th from 5:30 – 8:30 PM at the Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center. Artists working in all disciplines including: music, dance, theater, media,…

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Networking and Resource Event for Native Artists

Join the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture, 4Culture and Artist Trust for a FREE, informal evening at Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center to learn about art resources and to network with fellow Native artists. Light refreshments will be served….

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Artist Up event for Asian, Asian-American, & Asian Pacific Islander artists

On Monday, June 9, 2014, Artists Up hosted a dynamic evening of resources and networking for Asian, Asian-American, & Asian Pacific Islander artists. The event brought together over 60 artists of varying artistic disciplines with the goal of growing relationships between…

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Artists Up Latino Artist’s Networking Event

Evento Social para Artistas Latinos/as por Artists Up Febrero 20, 2014, 6-8pm 317 17th Ave South, Seattle WA 98144 Fulgencio Lazo Studio (dentro de Casa Latina) Artists Up Latino/a Artist’s Networking Event February 20, 2014, 6-8pm 317 17th Ave South,…

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Thank You Artists!

Thank you to all of the artists who attended our two informational sessions for Latino artists this month. We learned a lot and we hope you did too. We will be sharing some of our findings soon. Keep in touch…

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