In 2023, we had the honor of distributing a grant from the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture to stimulate our creative recovery, embolden our artists and cultural communities, and put Georgetown on the map! Here’s what happened!

Education Week

During the first week of October, 80 people attended free skill share classes in things like Ceramic Luminaries, Metal Patinas, Stone Carving, Jewelry Wire-wrapping, Repousse, Sumi ink on Clayboard, Crochet, Plant Foraging and Dying, and Brass Etching. Classes were held around town, at artists’ studios, galleries, and classrooms. The response was overwhelmingly positive!

Creative Recovery Grants

We were able to give funding to eight different projects around Georgetown that were enjoyed by hundreds of you! Our Grantees include:

Ethan Hawthorne Dallas – Movie Showing and Music at the Steamplant
Friends of Georgetown History – Georgetown Haunted History Tour support
Laura Wright – Dye Farm, Duwamish Bend Housing Project
Dustin Curtis – Fashion Flash
Emma Lawes, et al – SHOW 6
Ella Nunn – Whippersnapper’s Last Show
Neal Patel – Pride of Georgetown Comic Book
Jung and Wild Productions – MOVIE STAR

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