Artist Trust


Artist Trust
Artist Trust is listed in the Arts Organizations & Centers category in Seattle, Washington. Displayed below are the social networks for Artist Trust which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account, a Pinterest page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Artist Trust on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 99.

Contact information for Artist Trust is:
1835 12th Ave
Seattle, WA 98122
(206) 467-8734
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Social Posts for Artist Trust

Thank you x forever to @VetriGlass - 10% of sales this weekend go towards funding GAP awards! Shop 'til you drop!†…

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Love beautiful things? Now is the time to buy them at Traver Gallery and Vetri! 10% of sales this weekend will go towards funding GAP awards. Thank you x forever, Vetri and Traver Gallery!
On Friday March 24th, Saturday March 25th, and Sunday March 26th, when you shop at Vetri, we will donate 10% of the sale to Artist Trust. This will support grants and programs for individual artists in Washington State through the Grants for Artist Projects initiative. To date, Artist Trust has awarded over $10 million in support of artists living in our state. In 2017, Artist Trust will award 61 Washington State artists with $1,500 grants. With federal arts funding at risk, we think it is especially important that we support the organizations that provide these vital resources for artists. We have new arrivals at a variety of prices. Join us for this special event in the gallery, or shop online at!

RT @uwsoa: Communication Manager open position @artisttrust Deadline is March 27…

Welcome spring by adding a new piece to your collection and support individual artists at the same time! Our friends Vetri and Traver Gallery will be donating 10% of all sales made Friday 3/24 through Sunday 3/26 to Artist Trust. Much gratitude to these great community partners.

How to Apply for an Artist Grant is coming to Gig Harbor next Thursday! Bring your Qs, we'll bring our As.

Artist Trust shared their event.
Bring your Qs, we'll bring our As. Join us at City of Gig Harbor next week!
Writing a grant can be hard, and we want to help you. Join Artist Trust grant recipient Nicholas Nyland and AT's artist liaison Katy Hannigan for an info session where youll learn about funding opportunities, the ins and outs of applying for grants, and tips that will make your next application stand out. This workshop is presented in partnership with the Gig Harbor Arts Commission. Please RSVP to reserve your spot in this FREE workshop.

2016 GAP Recipient Jade Solomon Curtis performs Black Like Me at @fredwildlife this week!…

2016 GAP Recipient Jade Solomon Curtis brings her solo work Black Like Me to Fred Wildlife Refuge this week!
This multidisciplinary piece featuring dance, mixed media, and sound design asks whether it's possible for the black community to redeem a word that has been—and still is—used as an expression of hate and contempt, but has found more benign uses in hip hop and other contexts. Presented by Jade Solom...

Happy first day of spring! Perfect time to talk failure, no? Join us next month for Fail Again, Fail Better!…

Artist Trust shared their event.
The first day of spring! A great time to look forward...OR a great time to dig deep and examine past #fails! You decide. Either way, we're with you. Join an expert panel of successful failures for a discussion on wading through the bad days.
Go on social media, and everyday you'll see artists winning awards, receiving big grants, and promoting their latest work. In a culture where likes, comments, and retweets are currency, good news spreads fast, but we rarely hear of the bad, the dark days when an artists project falls apart or their practice bottoms out. In this conversation, artists Valerie Curtis-Newton, Sheila Klein, Peter Mountford, and Ahamefule Oluo share their stories of failure, how they coped when they almost lost hope, and what they did to turn the trainwrecks into success. Moderated by Artist Trust Program Director Brian McGuigan.
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