Seattle Office of Film + Music


CITY ARTS’ TOP 50 SEATTLE CULTUREMAKERS

City Arts Magazine
City Arts Magazine has published a list of Seattle’s top 50 Culture Makers, highlighting the people behind-the-scenes that “use their time and talents to lift [the region's] artists up.” The list names eighteen local film and music stalwarts including Shannon Roach from the Vera Project, NFFTY’s Jesse Harris and Sub Pop’s Megan Jasper. Number one on their list? “You,” Seattle’s consumer of art. Congrats to everyone! We look forward to helping shape the City’s culture with you in the future!

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NETWORK AT THIS WEEK’S CITY BUSINESS CASUAL
November 16, 2010, 1:02 pm
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Seattle Office of Economic Development
The Seattle Office of Economic Development hosts a monthly happy hour called City Business Casual. These monthly, informal gatherings provide the Seattle business community with regular, direct access to business-focused city officials, including influential city leaders and key department heads and representatives. The next City Business Casual will take place on Thursday, November 18 from 5:00 to 7:00 pm at Polar Bar in downtown Seattle. Special guests will be Seattle City Librarian Susan Hildreth, James Keblas, Director of the Office of Film + Music and Interim Director of the Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs and Marco Lowe, Director of the Office of Intergovernmental Affairs. No RSVP is required. See you there!

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DAVE MEINERT’S CHANGING THE FACE OF SEATTLE NIGHTLIFE
July 19, 2010, 11:18 am
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The Seattle Times
Prominent nightlife figure and member of the Seattle City of Music Commission, Dave Meinert, demonstrates his importance to the Seattle scene in today’s issue of The Seattle Times. From Capitol Hill Block Party organizer to bar owner to political voice, Meinert has “’changed the conversation in this town.’” The article explains, “Meinert serves a higher purpose in a city and region undergoing head-spinning change. He’s a preservationist of sorts, guardian of a rumpled sensibility that screams ‘Seattle.’” The piece also features our own James Keblas discussing his old friend and their work together. To read the full feature, click on the above link.

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