Seattle Office of Film + Music


Seattle Artists Performing at This Year’s Capitol Hill Block Party
July 16, 2012, 3:25 pm
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CAPITOL HILL BLOCK PARTY 
One of the premier music festivals in the country returns to the Pike/Pine corridor this weekend, featuring performances from national acts as diverse as Major Lazer, Diplo, Grimes, Cloud Nothings, and more. What makes the festival special for many Seattleites, however, is the local talent on display – more than 50 acts performing at this year’s festival hail from the Emerald City.

The 3-day event happens this weekend, from Friday, July 20, to Sunday, July 22. For more information on all the local artists performing, visit the links below.

FRIDAY, 7/20
Deadkill (Neumos, 4:15 PM)
Kung Foo Grip (Vera Stage, 5:00 PM)
Alicia Amiri (Cha Cha Stage, 5:45 PM)
SPAC3MAN (Vera Stage, 6:00 PM)
Black Breath (Neumos, 6:30 PM)
Vox Mod (Cha Cha Stage, 6:45 PM)
Fly Moon Royalty (Vera Stage, 7:00 PM)
Colonies (Barboza, 7:30 PM)
Blood Red Dancers (Cha Cha Stage, 7:45 PM)
Crypts (Vera Stage, 7:45 PM)
Nouela (Barboza, 8:15 PM)
Allen Stone (Main Stage, 9:15 PM)
Eighteen Individual Eyes (Barboza, 9:30 PM)
Keyboard Kid (Vera Stage, 9:30 PM)
Constant Lovers (Cha Cha Stage, 9:45 PM)
Fresh Espresso (Neumos, 10:15 PM)
Blue Sky Black Death (Vera Stage, 10:45 PM)
Nacho Picasso (Vera Stage, 10:45 PM)
Nordic Soul (Neumos, 11:30 PM)

SATURDAY, 7/21
Stephanie (Vera Stage, 2:00 PM)
Nightmare Fortress (Neumos, 2:00 PM)
Absolute Monarchs (Main Stage, 2:15 PM, Barboza, 5:30 PM)
Pollens (Neumos, 3:00 PM)
Lemolo (Barboza, 3:30 PM, Vera Stage, 8:30 PM)
Silly Goose (Cha Cha Stage, 3:45 PM)
Brent Amaker and the Rodeo (Neumos, 4:00 PM)
Beat Connection (Main Stage, 4:45 PM)
Hot Bodies in Motion (Vera Stage, 5:00 PM)
Slow Dance (Cha Cha Stage, 5:45 PM)
Tom Eddy (Vera Stage, 6:00 PM)
Pony Time (Cha Cha Stage, 6:45 PM)
Night Beats (Vera Stage, 7:15 PM)
Sandrider (Barboza, 7:30 PM)
Spaceneedles (Cha Cha Stage, 7:45 PM)
Western Haunts (Barboza, 9:00 PM)
Helms Alee (Cha Cha Stage, 9:45 PM)

SUNDAY, 7/22
Caspar Babypants (Neumos, 10:30 AM)
Freighms (Vera Stage, 2:00 PM)
FEET (Vera Stage, 3:00 PM)
Gold Leaves (Barboza, 3:30 PM, Vera Stage, 6:00 PM)
Kithkin (Vera Stage, 4:00 PM)
Crime Wave (Cha Cha Stage, 3:45 PM)
Mass Games (Cha Cha Stage, 4:45 PM)
Kris Orlowski (Vera Stage, 5:00 PM)
Haunted Horses (Cha Cha Stage, 5:45 PM)
Murmurs (Cha Cha Stage, 6:45 PM)
Skarp (Cha Cha Stage, 7:45 PM)
Dude York (Vera Stage, 8:20 PM)
Grand Archives (Barboza, 8:30 PM)
RA Scion (Barboza, 9:45 PM)
Don’t Talk to the Cops (Neumos, 12:25 AM)

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Scholarships Available for Teen Artist Workshops at EMP Museum
July 12, 2012, 12:58 pm
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EMP MUSEUM
Throughout the summer, EMP Museum will be putting on a number of dynamic Teen Artist Workshops led by professional teaching musicians and artists, designed as a great educational tool for youth in Seattle. Workshops include introductory Rock Photography, DJing and Beatmaking, Film Acting, as well as Advanced Rock Band. Scholarships are available.



IN GOOD COMPANY, MAYOR MCGINN RECOGNIZES DICK’S DRIVE-IN FOR LONGTIME BUSINESS LEADERSHIP

SEATTLE CHANNEL
Last week Mayor Mike McGinn recognized Dick’s Drive-In for their longtime business leadership and investment in the Seattle community, while embodying Seattle’s pioneering spirit and reflecting Seattle at its best. A part of the Seattle Jobs Plan, the In Good Company program is an ongoing showcase of businesses that spotlights one locally-owned business every month for being unconventional, transformative, and exemplary. Click the link above to watch Seattle Channel’s profile of Dick’s Drive-In as part of the recognition program. 



STUDENTS: GRAMMY U SEEKS CAMPUS REP FOR THE 2012/2013 SCHOOL YEAR
July 2, 2012, 3:31 pm
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RECORDING ACADEMY PNW
Looking to get a foot in the door of the music industry? The Recording Academy Pacific Northwest Chapter is looking for a brand new GRAMMY U Student Representative to help develop marketing strategies and create new programming in the upcoming school year for GRAMMY U. Projects may include planning, organizing and leading campus meetings/events, campus visits and presentations, event management, PR, and more.