Capitol Hill Arts District Streaming Festival
 
April 29 - May 3, 2020
(see schedule times below)
 
How to Register
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Fill out your contact info
Click “Continue” at bottom right corner and then click "Continue" again
Under “Copy from” choose your name
Complete any required information then click “Process”
You’re done!
 
Please note: if you do not receive a confirmation email then your registration did not go through so you'll need to try again.

Event has ended.

This event is now sold out. Feel free to email the Capitol Hill Arts District Streaming Festival co-organizer Zach Frimmel at zach.frimmel@gmail.com.

ABOUT TICKET DONATIONS
While the event will be free to all, guests are encouraged to offer a donation on a sliding scale. All proceeds will go to the COVID-19 Artist Trust Relief Fund and will directly support individual artists. Direct donations to the presenting arts organizations and individuals are also encouraged.
 
FESTIVAL SCHEDULE

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29
Northwest Film Forum (6:30–7:30pm)
Photographic Center Northwest (7:30–8:30pm)
Community Programs (8:30–8:40pm)
Central District Forum for Arts & Ideas (8:40–9:45pm)

FEATURED ARTISTS: bit.ly/caphillarts2020A

THURSDAY, APRIL 30
Community Programs (7:30–8:30pm)
SubKulture Cabaret (8:30–9:30pm)

FEATURED ARTISTS: bit.ly/caphillarts2020B

FRIDAY, MAY 1
Crybaby Studios (7:00–8:30pm)
BeautyBoiz (8:30–10:00pm)

FEATURED ARTISTS: bit.ly/caphillarts2020C

SATURDAY MAY 2
The AMP: AIDS Memorial Pathway (4:30–5:45pm)
Community Programs (5:45–6:00pm)
Hugo House (6:00–7:30pm)
Capitol Hill Block Party (7:30–9:00pm)
Kame House (9:00pm–dance o'clock)

FEATURED ARTISTS: bit.ly/caphillarts2020D

SUNDAY, MAY 3
MIPoPS - Moving Image Preservation of Puget Sound x NWFF (4:30–5:30pm)
Longhouse Media (5:30–7:00pm)
Vanishing Seattle (7:00–7:30pm)
Velocity Dance Center (7:30–8:30pm)

FEATURED ARTISTS: bit.ly/caphillarts2020E

 
ABOUT THE CAPITOL HILL ARTS DISTRICT STREAMING FESTIVAL
In response to COVID-19 challenges for artists and arts organizations, the Capitol Hill Arts District presents the Capitol Hill Arts District Streaming Festival to create direct payment and presenting opportunities for artists and their work to continue thriving.
The Streaming Festival celebrates the creativity of Capitol Hill and offers community members a connection to interdisciplinary art while the Stay Home, Stay Healthy order is in effect. Through this Streaming Festival, we aim to raise visibility of local artists and arts organizations while offering levity through entertainment to community.
 
 
ABOUT THE CAPITOL HILL ARTS DISTRICT
The Capitol Hill Arts District is a coalition of arts advocates galvanized to keep Capitol Hill a thriving art scene invested in the creation of daring work, independent artists, and emerging ideas. We promote cultural engagement; harness resources; and preserve, enhance, and create space for artists and the arts. This is our mission and it's imperative for us to provide creative solutions to the pandemic’s threats of our artists and arts community now more than ever.
 
QUESTIONS?
Feel free to email the Capitol Hill Arts District Streaming Festival co-organizer Zach Frimmel at zach.frimmel@gmail.com.