The next meeting of the Board of Directors of Seattle Flow Arts Collective will be on May 15, 2021 at 10am PST. Check back on this space after the meeting for a recording and notes.
We wrapped up this year’s GiveBIG campaign, and raised almost $3000 for our summer programs. This money goes to pay for instructors, performers, insurance/permits, and equipment. We need those things because we are resuming in-person gatherings at the end of May, and starting new programs in June. Read on for more information!
At our March board meeting, we welcomed our new Executive Director. We also announced new programs and grant applications under development, and reviewed upcoming fundraising plans.
Happy Friday, everyone! Please enjoy our weekly digest of what Seattle Flow Arts Collective has been working on this week.
In this guest blog post, Morgan Dolginow, host of The Art of Flow Podcast, shares three lessons that she’s learned from producing a flow arts podcast.
Seattle Flow Arts Collective held its first Community Town Hall on February 20th, 2021! The virtual event featured an important dialogue with the community on topics including future fire jams, diversity and inclusion, the work of the board and various committees, and community accountability.
Welcome to the first of our new weekly (or sometimes bi-weekly) series! There’s so much that goes on behind the scenes to make an organization like ours run, but it’s not always easy to share the menagerie of small accomplishments we make each week to build toward our larger goals. We’ll be sharing our menagerie with you from here on out in order to increase …
Desert, the Fire Arts committee chair, shares some updates on our journey towards hosting public, permitted fire jams and fire safety trainings.
The Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors for SFAC happened on January 23, 2021. Read on for a quick summary of what’s new.
We made it to the end of 2020! (What a year to start an arts organization, amiright?)As you might imagine, we put on hold many of the things that we had hoped to accomplish in our first year. Despite the setbacks, we accomplished *so much* in laying the groundwork for the play, practice and shenanigans that will happen in our future. At this point, you …
We’re so glad you’re here for our very first blog post, and we hope to keep you coming back for more. A little bit about us! Seattle Flow Arts Collective (SFAC for short!) is a nonprofit organization that was founded in January, 2020 by a small team of community members who sought to support the greater flow arts community in Seattle. Our mission is to …