Seattle Office of Film + Music


Making A Living Making Film (Infographic)
August 7, 2013, 2:55 pm
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Want to be a film director in Seattle? The Seattle Office of Film + Music illustrates how one member of the local film community does it with its newly-released infographic that breaks down the actual income of a filmmaker into four categories. The take away, Seattle is a commercial film town, and from directing big campaigns to corporate videos to collaborating on narrative projects, Seattle’s film directors need to be a resourceful bunch to make a living. According to the director being profiled, this is a good thing because commercial work pays well and builds the professional network and skills needed to make the passion-driven projects possible.

 



SEA-TAC AIRPORT HAS HIGH TRAFFIC, LIVE MUSIC, AND LEASING OPPORTUNITIES
May 23, 2013, 10:11 am
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Looking for a new business location? Seattle-Tacoma International Airport serves 75,000

travelers/potential customers each day. It has recently become an even more lively place to do business with the addition of live performers through the Experience the City of Music program.

 A limited number of new leasing opportunities in Sea-Tac Airport will be open soon, and an upcoming outreach session is a chance to learn more about doing business at the Airport.

The event will be held today, May 23, from 4:00 to 5:30 p.m. at the Airport’s Conference Center. RSVP here.



ARTIST HOUSING LEADERS AT TONIGHT’S CITY BUSINESS CASUAL

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City Business Casual gives the public an opportunity to mix and mingle with leadership representing Mayor Mike McGinn, the City Council, and other City departments. The special guests at tomorrow’s event will be Office of Arts and Cultural Affairs Director Vicent E. Kitch and Office of Housing Director Rick Hooper. Kitch took his currently position in April of this year and originally hails from Austin, Texas, where he worked extensively to expand the arts in that city. His academic background focused on the performance and business aspects of music. Hooper also began his position in April, having previously been the director of policy and program development for the Office of Housing.

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