Friends and Artists,
After navigating a global pandemic for over a year, finding new and innovative ways to present our respective art forms, it’ll take a lot more than a few blizzards to keep our arts community down for long!
Join the Southwest Washington Center for the Arts as we venture into our next season of community building, stakeholder engagement, and strengthening partnerships. Ours is a story of resilience, and now is the time for revitalization in the arts. Looking for ways to get involved? Send us an email!
Together we can set the stage for a future where the arts are always growing and thriving. This journey is only made possible with support from readers like you! For more information about our mission, visit our website, or contact us at email@example.com. Onwards and upwards.
The CFA Team
And now for this week’s top picks…
ADVOCACY | The Inspiration League
Looking for ways to support relief, recovery, and investment in the arts? Join the Inspiration League of Inspire Washington, the statewide coalition to champion advocacy and resource development for Washington’s cultural sector. Just sign up to receive alerts on key legislation, state campaigns and petitions for your district, brought directly to your inbox.
MUSIC | February Classical Concert
Mark your calendars for February 27-28, as the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra welcomes Guest Conductor Francesco Lecce-Chong, the Music Director of the Eugene Symphony in Oregon, and the Santa Rosa Symphony. This livestreamed concert will feature guest artist, Adam Levin, a praised classical guitarist recognized for his visceral and imaginative performances. Tickets available online – This will be a performance you won’t want to miss!
THEATRE | Virtual Whodunnit Audition
Magenta Theater is now casting for Virtual Whodunnit to be performed on 4/2 and 4/3! Please send provided slide audition recordings to firstname.lastname@example.org. Actors should be sure to use horizontal positioning on your phone for recording. Magenta Theatre welcomes actors from all genders, ethnicities and backgrounds! Auditions will be accepted until this Saturday, February 20th, 2021.
DINE | Savor the Couve
Savor the Couve is a local weekly restaurant collaboration dinner, presented by Ilani, created to support locally owned restaurants and nonprofit organizations! The Greater Vancouver Chamber and Visit Vancouver USA are working together to create a takeout dinner experience for two. Support the local community while enjoying a delicious 5 course meal, each week through March 25!
HEALTH | Fitness & Swimming Activities
In compliance with current state Covid-19 safety requirements, Vancouver Parks & Recreation is now offering limited access to fitness and swimming activities at the Firstenburg Community Center. A FIT Pass or other insured-based membership is required to make a reservation. Find out what’s available and make a reservation for modified fitness or swimming activities.
BUSINESS | Worker Resources
The City’s Community and Economic Development Department is providing regularly-updated information and links to a variety of Covid-19 related business and worker assistance resources online. Check out the Business & Worker Assistance web page below to explore resources and opportunities.
COMMUNITY | Van-tastic Awards Ceremony
Sponsored by the Port of Vancouver, VDA’s Annual Meeting and Van-tastic Award Presentations will be held virtually at vdausa360 tomorrow, February 19th at 10 AM. Don’t miss the recap of 2020! Learn about VDA 2021 initiatives which include Clean & Safe, Vancouver-Made, flower baskets, and others.
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