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The Artist Trust: Making More Art More Possible

Tucked away in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood is an almost miss-able nonprofit called the Artist Trust. Since 1986, the Trust has helped Washington State artists learn their craft and get the funding and support they need. Whether an artist is just starting their career or trying to keep it going, the Artist Trust aims to provide […]

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Love Your Tattoos? Why Not Preserve Them After You Die?

The National Association for the Preservation of Skin Art (NAPSA) is a nonprofit organization that allows people to preserve their tattoos after they die. Much like a photo or a painting, the tattoo is sealed in a frame. The “work of art” is then given to the deceased’s loved ones, who then hang it up […]

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Seattle Organization Uses Art to Help People Overcome Homelessness, Trauma, and Addiction

Seattle is known for many things: coffee, rain, the Space Needle, Pike’s Place Market. In recent years it’s even made a name for itself as a tech hub, with Fortune 500 giants like Amazon, Google, and Microsoft settling in there. All things considered, it’s no wonder that it was ranked the fourth fastest growing city […]

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Support for the Theaters of New York City

The Alliance of Resident Theatres/New York is an organization that works to support and advocate for the city’s nonprofit theater community. They were founded in 1972 and their mission statement reads that they assist “over 350 member theatres in managing their theatre companies effectively so they may realize their rich artistic visions and serve their […]

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