Supporting Northwest Artists Since 1997.
Artist Life Guild is a nonprofit based in Washington providing supportive programs for working artists.
Broken Prophets - Counseling Grants Available for NW Artists
To qualify, artists must be actively creating & presenting art in the community and also must not have insurance that already allows for counseling. Grants are awarded as funds become available (Donation Info Below).
Create it Forward - Artist Project Grants
Young Artist Support - Grants to Attend arts workshops & arts events (for youth under 21)
Artist Life Guild (formerly known as Promontory Artist Association) is a board governed 501(c)(3) non-profit based in Seattle & the greater Pacific Northwest since 1997. Donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.
Checks can be made out to Artist Life Guild & sent to:
ARTIST LIFE GUILD
SOME PAST ACTIVITIES...
> Ongoing grants for artists
> Body Therapy & FORM Movement/Meditation Classes May 7, 12 & 14, 2009 taught by Kathryn Linehan visiting Seattle (from Pepperdine) for a week! Thanks to a kind donor, all proceeds from these classes will go to benefit the Broken Prophets program.
Film Faith & Justice Forum Oct 23-25Call & Response - Opens October 2008
DIRT: an award winning one man play about racism and the havoc it wreaks on the human spirit July 20, 2008, 7:00 @ Fremont Abbey Arts Center, Seattle. Discussion to follow performance. | TICKETS / INFO
May 17th, 2008 | Charlie Peacock Jazz Benefit & Artist Conversation
LUNCH: untitled|conversations exploring the relationship between art, faith, and Seattle.
"Grammy Award-winning record producer and artist Charlie Peacock will perform in Seattle on May 17th to benefit the Artist Life Guild. Appearing with Peacock is 19 year-old mandolin virtuoso Eva Scow. Seattle uber- drummer Matt Jorgensen will also be featured. Peacock will perform music from his two jazz albums as well as vocal songs selected from his significant pop and singer-songwriter catalog. Peacock’s newest jazz album ARC OF THE CIRCLE, a collaboration with Flecktone’s saxophonist Jeff Coffin, is charting at #3 on the CMJ Jazz chart." www.allaboutjazz.com/charliepeacock
ORIGINAL FOUNDERS OF PROMONTORY ARTISTS:
Linda Wagner, Writer/Publisher
FORMER BOARD MEMBERS (RETIRED):
Jennifer Becker, CPA