Let’s Amplify the Arts!

Let’s Amplify the Arts!

Friends and Artists,

This year we are excited to announce our participation in Southwest Washington’s day of giving, Give More 24! This will be a special opportunity to amplify the work of local nonprofits by tapping into the generosity of the greater community.

Our Board of Directors, staff, and advisors are on the precipice of bringing a state-of-the-art, multi-functioning performing arts venue to our community. However, we can’t achieve this without your support. Please join our campaign and help us reach our goal of $5000! We need you to tell your friends and family members about the vital work we do and ask them to join us in helping to make a difference.

Get ready to give! On September 24, starting at 12AM [midnight], you can visit our site and make a donation to us, as well as any other great participating organizations in Southwest Washington. You will have 24 hours to make your donation, and all giving will end at 12AM [midnight] on September 25.

Questions? To learn more about our mission and participation in GM24, visit our website or contact us at info@centerforartswwa.org. Thank you for taking part in supporting our organization!

Be sure to check out our Give More 24! Profile Page

Wishing you a happy September,
The SWCA Team


And now for this week’s top picks…

ARTS | Art of the Quarantine

Art at the Cave is hosting the online exhibit of “Art of the Quarantine,” a show featuring pieces by local artists of all ages and mediums. This exhibit runs through September 25th. You may also visit the works in person at 108 E. Evergreen Blvd, Tuesday – Saturday, 10am – 4pm or by appointment.

Visit the Art of the Quarantine Exhibit

MUSIC | A New Concert Season

Maestro Salvador Brotons celebrates his 30th anniversary with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra presenting both new and familiar music from around the world. The 20/21 season features timeless masterpieces as well as renowned guest artists from near and far!

Purchase Your Season Tickets

THEATRE | Journey’s Fall Registration

Journey Theater classes are a great way to introduce young people to different aspects of the theater arts, and help students gain confidence and develop performance skills. Classes may be a combo of live stream, prerecorded instruction and individual or small group meetings.

See Fall Class Registration

DANCE | Pas de Cinq Dance Classes

Columbia Dance is continuing its Pas de Cinq IN STUDIO classes for the fall! Registration for these 5-student classes is now open, and classes will run September 8th – December 19th. Teachers and students will be required to wear masks, and the studio has implemented an efficient sanitation schedule for students’ safety.

Learn More About Registration

CINEMA | Friday Night Flicks in Vancouver

Vancouver’s Parks and Recreation presents Friday Night Flicks, family friendly movies from the comfort and safety of your own vehicle! This six-week series shows a new film each Friday from August 28 – October 2. Screenings are happening at three different locations so find the movie playing near you or get to know a new neighborhood! $20 per vehicle.

Click Here for a Drive-In Movie Experience

CULINARY ARTS | Free Online Cooking Classes

The Institute of Culinary Education is offering free virtual instruction online! The premier recreational cooking school debuts online versions of their consistently sold-out classes with all-new menus and professional chef instruction via live video. Current offerings include summer Gnocchi, vegetarian Indian, and cookies!

Register for a Cooking Class

ARTS EDUCATION WEEK | The Big Create

National Arts Education Week is September 14-18. To celebrate, ArtsEd Washington will be launching The Big Create on September 18! All Washingtonians are invited to take some time to Make Art to remind ourselves how important the arts are to learn, experience, and preserve.

Learn How to Get Involved

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