Know a teen that loves art and wants to connect with the community?

The Woodinville Arts Alliance selects a group of teens who show great leadership skills each year to participate in the Woodinville Teen Arts Alliance. The teens are mentored on how to run an arts council that gives back to the community. During their year-long appointed position, they will have the opportunity to create and run a community event, learn from professional creatives in the community, and have a voice and the power to make a difference.

The council of 2019 organized and ran a professional art show, was on the radio and in the newspaper, manned a table at Celebrate Woodinville, learned from MOCapp, Juice Marketing, Woodinville Print, Molten Works, and how to create a portfolio. In 2020, the teens will have more amazing opportunities and can make it as grand as they can envision. Our community event will be a large mural on the side of a local business. We will also schedule several local creative professionals to come in and teach the teens about a career in their field. The teens will be given the power and support needed to do additional projects and events they plan.

Deadline for application has been extended to August 1, 2020.

We look forward to seeing your application for the 2020 council!
If you have questions, please contact

Teen Arts Alliance Logo by Ava Bettermann, Woodinville Teen Arts Alliance Historian

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August 11th, 2020 at 2:30pm

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WAA Teen Council 2019