This is graduation season and teens are thinking about their future and all the opportunities at hand. Many are looking to creative careers where their fresh ideas and spunky creative attitude will not only be encouraged but will propel them into a very promising future.
June 26, July 10, and July 24, are the dates to circle on your calendar as the Woodinville Teen Arts Alliance will reveal several very successful creative artists, the work they create, how they got there, and the space in which they create. Their work can be viewed at no charge through virtual family-friendly events beginning at 3 p.m.
The June 26 event will feature artist Miha Sarani.
Marina Christopher, an award-winning bassist, and vocalist who was named the 2017 Emerging Artist of the Year will be the focus of the July 10 event.
Artist No.3, Rashawanna Williams is the featured artist on July 24.
The series of free virtual events may be geared towards teens, but is open to all ages who are interested! Visit woodinvilleartsalliance.com/teen-arts-alliance/ to register for the event.
Applications to join the Woodinville Teen Arts Alliance are now being taken for the 2020/21 school year. For more information, contact Nicole Monahan at email@example.com.