Nathan Hale’s 11th Grade Humanities Class Presents “The Lake City Cycle”
Inspired by Robert Schenkkan’s The Kentucky Cycle, Mr. Mulder’s 11th grade Humanities class from Nathan Hale High School is presenting “The Lake City Cycle”. It is a student written and produced play that follows a fictional family here in Lake City from 1895 to the present. “What will be engulfed by the flames of community?” Come at 6pm on June 21 in Nathan Hale’s Performing Arts Center to find out.
Nathan Hale High School, 10750 30th Ave NE
This is a free event.
Build Lake City Together & “Pianos in the Park”
Pianos in the Parks is a public art and event series taking
place in parks and public spaces around King County. The
2019 program will include twelve pianos painted by local artists. One of which will be located in the “125th Lake City Mini Park”
Each artist will be given one piano, as well as photos and information about the public space where it will be placed. Artists must live or work in the Lake City neighborhood to apply for the Lake City location. Selected artists will receive $600 in compensation for the completed piano transformation, a $100 art material stipend, and lots of public recognition for their work. More details including live performances will be coming soon.
Build Lake City Together Brings Back “Music in the Mini Park”
All performances are free to the public. Events are every Wednesday evening starting on June 12th for 10 weeks. This series was made possible through the City of Seattle’s “Put Arts in the Park” grant program. The Mini Park is located on the Southwest corner of 125th Ave NE and Lake City Way. Please consider bringing a chair.
Opportunity for Youth Ages 13-24
Seattle City of Music Career Day
Friday April 26, 2019
9:00 am – 3:00 pm
At The Museum of Pop Culture & The Vera Project
The Seattle Music Commission and the Office of Film + Music are proud to announce the return of Seattle City of Music Career Day! Produced in partnership with One Reel, the Office of Arts & Culture, The Vera Project and the Museum of Pop Culture (MoPOP) provides young people ages 13-24 with direct access to music industry professionals through networking, experiential learning, engaging workshops, and performances.
Since 2012, this annual spring educational event, invites participants to engage directly with industry leaders, professionals, and musicians, to learn about the wide range of career opportunities available in music including performance, management, concert production, arts administration, record label operations, retail, licensing, journalism, content creation, marketing, branding, broadcasting, and more. The program provides young people with an opportunity to expand their notion of available music industry career paths; connect with and learn from industry leaders; and network with peers to facilitate creative expression and open up possible career opportunities; with the idea that Seattle’s music industry is vibrant and renowned with opportunity for everyone to participate.