Seattle’s Artist Trust Celebrates 30 Years of Supporting Washington Creativity

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Source: Capitol Hill Times

This past Thursday, the Seattle nonprofit Artist Trust celebrated 30 years of supporting individual artists with grants, work opportunities, and professional development. As part of this celebration, Artist Trust will be going on a tour of five cities throughout Washington state. In each city, they will choose a local artist to present work to the community.

Artist Trust provides year round grants to Washington artists in all creative disciplines, a portion of which are granted in collaboration with the Frye Art Museum and the Chihuly Foundation. Since its founding in 1936, the organization has grown into a nonprofit of 726 people and has continued to evolve and expand every year.

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