Art at Work: Tacoma Arts Month
November 1 – 30, 2013
Will you be hosting an arts event in November?
Do you want to contribute to the arts programming offered in Tacoma, build community, and benefit from free publicity?
Submit your arts activity for inclusion in the 2013 Art at Work: Tacoma Arts Month online calendar!
The Tacoma Arts Commission is seeking submissions of arts activities happening during our twelfth annual Art at Work: Tacoma Arts Month this November. We are looking for a variety of activities spanning all categories of art and culture including but not limited to music, visual art, literary art, dance, theater, and film.
If you will be hosting an exhibition, performance, class, workshop, reception, lecture, tour, artists’ market, celebration, meeting, presentation, or any other programming, let us know. We will list your arts event in an interactive and searchable online calendar of events on www.ArtAtWorkTacoma.com. There is no cost to you. We will be promoting the many events going on throughout the month through newspaper and magazine advertisements and articles, email newsletters, television ads, radio ads, and through a variety of social media outlets.
This month would not be possible without the participation of local businesses, organizations, and community members. We encourage you to participate by hosting your own arts activity or event.
Deadline for submissions is September 15, 2013. To qualify, your arts activity must be located within the City of Tacoma limits and occur during the month of November.
To have your event listed:
1. Fill out the Online Art at Work Activity Submission form. Note: If you are submitting multiple events, please fill out a form for each event.
2. (optional) Email a digital photograph to be used for promoting this event. Image must be at least 150 ppi. Email digital images to email@example.com. Please put “Activities_Your Event Name” in the subject line.
Questions? Contact Naomi at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (253) 591-5191.
Notice for those who like to plan for the long-term:
Based on overwhelmingly supportive feedback we received from the community, Art at Work Month will be moving to October in 2014. Not this year. Next year. We’ll have more information for you when we get closer.