Opportunities

This page outlines art, sales, and event opportunities available through Seattle Restored participants and other local organizations. As a program, we are neither reviewing nor selecting participants. We are simply providing artists and makers a pathway to connect to those engaged in the program.

For questions, please get in touch with those listed below. 

SHARE YOUR STORY ON
THE NAST PODCAST

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The NAST Podcast is a local podcast produced and hosted by Seattle Restored participant Blake “NAST” Burton. The podcast features interviews with artists, comedians, influencers, and business owners to highlight both the individual and their craft.

Blake is in search of local creators to interview and share their stories. If you’re looking for press opportunities, this could be the platform for you! Contact Blake to request a feature. 

smART Ventures
Grant

Art Grant

smART Ventures Grant is a small awards program offered by the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture. The program provides support ranging from $500 to $1,000 for projects, opportunities, and events that offer a potential arts or cultural impact. Applications accepted on a rolling basis. Learn more.

Free Studio Space in Downtown Seattle

Shunpike and Skanska have partnered to offer artists a dedicated 1,100 sq. ft. workshop, rehearsal, and presentation space at 2+U in Downtown Seattle.
Learn more & apply

Belltown
event space

River

River’s mission is to be an accessible space for creatives, nonprofits, and historically underrepresented populations. River is a great location for art activations, performances, markets and more. River offers flexible pricing for non-profits and artists. Apply here.

Pioneer Square
Event space

Taswira

Are you looking for a great event venue to rent? TASWIRA is seeking individuals who are looking to host an event in a fun and accessible venue. Please contact TASWIRA for more details, availability and rental costs. 

Free Arts & Crafts Materials

Seattle ReCreative offers free materials for public school teachers, BIPOC artists, and BIPOC-run non-profits. Learn more

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