Filed under: Film, Miscellaneous | Tags: downtown seattle events, golf, GoPayment, Intuit
Downtown Seattle Association
Come out of your office tomorrow between 11am-1:30pm for a once in a lifetime opportunity to put your golfing skills to the test. Intuit will be in town, creating a driving range on 2nd Avenue to film a commercial for its GoPayment mobile credit card reader, featuring lessons from former PGA tour player Jeff Coston.
The Office of Economic Development is excited to host this commercial production in Seattle. Commercial and corporate work is the cornerstone of the local film industry, accounting for one third of all permitted filmwork in Seattle. The City’s ability to attract and accommodate this type of large scale production helps to grow the local industry. The Intuit “GoPayment” production is hiring over 100 film crew work days, is working with numerous local vendors, and has booked 58 hotel room nights for traveling crew.
Easy Street Records
Employees at Seattle’s East Street Records are counting down the days until Record Store Day (only 5 left) on their website by previewing all the exclusive releases that will be available for one day only, Saturday, April 21. Get out and support your local record store!
National Film Festival for Talented Youth
NFFTY needs hundreds of volunteers to help before, during, and after the festival to make it a success. This year will not only have the best youth filmmakers in the world in attendance – but the all new expanded programming for film fans. Volunteer Orientation is April 14th from 1-3pm. It’s your chance to support the future of film, and to earn a free one-day pass to NFFTY! Sign up here.
Filed under: Music | Tags: music aid northwest, Music Matters LIVE, Paramount Theater, STG, Synergia
STG and Synergia Northwest
Come support STG and Synergia Northwest on May 12, at 8pm at the Paramount Theater! Music Matters “LIVE” raises funds to provide extended learning, enrichment and performance opportunities to Northwest area music students while raising awareness of Music Aid Northwest’s new “Music Matters” specialty license plate. Tickets available at STG Presents, with discounted prices for kids available.
“It’s all about celebrating the extraordinary talents of our region’s young people and raising awareness for youth music in the Northwest, something that is very close to my heart.” Gerard Schwarz, Conductor, Musical Director Seattle Symphony
CAPITOL HILL BLOG
Earlier this year, Capitol Hill’s largest music venue, Neumos, announced its plans to create a new stage to feature smaller acts and more intimate performances. A new venue dubbed The Barboza is set to open in the lower level of the Pike/Pine hotspot April 18th and will include a new performance area and full-service bar. With the first two shows sold out and a steady list of upcoming performances, The Barboza looks like a promising new addition to the Seattle nightlife scene.