Art Blog

GiveBIG to support Delridge youth!

By Sara Parolin | April 23, 2019

  GiveBIG is here! Click here to double your impact. At DNDA we strive to provide our young neighbors with dynamic arts programming that amplifies their voices and enhances their personal and professional development. Last year this mission materialized as two months of arts programming for youth at DNDA’s Croft Place Townhomes affordable housing site.…

FREE Adult Painting Classes

By Sara Parolin | March 25, 2019

Introducing DNDA’s FREE painting classes for adults in the Youngstown Art Studio! Ever wanted to unleash your inner Bob Ross? Here’s your chance to paint happy little clouds and much more! Beginning Thursday, April 18, from 6-8pm, adults of all skill levels can come together for FREE acrylic and watercolor painting classes. Dabble with still…

Bringing Art, Nature and Neighborhood Under One Roof

By Sara Parolin | December 18, 2018

Can the arts impact our communities like they impact our lives? According to ArtsFund’s Social Impact Study, the answer is YES! Bringing art, nature and neighborhood under one roof, Youngstown Cultural Arts Center was highlighted as one of the 10 case studies. DNDA and Youngstown Cultural Arts Center are in the spotlight! Check it out:…

It’s time for EcoArts Fusion Spring Camp!

By Erika Bell | March 7, 2019

EcoArts Fusion Spring Nature Camp: April 8 thru 12, 9a – 3p CampLong 5200 35th Ave. SW Seattle, WA 98126 Explore the intersection of arts and nature with you ages 7 to 12 at Camp Long, Seattle, only urban campground! Each session is designed to use art to foster deep personal connections to nature and…

Call for Artists – Arts in Nature Festival – June 29 & 30, 2019

By Nelson Lu | November 28, 2018

Call for Artists – Performance and Visual Art Installation  Arts in Nature Festival – June 29 and 30, 2019 “Harmony 2019” About the Festival  The Arts in Nature Festival exists at the nexus of art, nature, and community. This festival offers an eclectic experience of art and performance in the woods of Seattle’s only campground,…

RECAP: Arts in Nature Festival

By Nelson Lu | September 10, 2018

When Art, Nature and Neighborhood converge, beautiful moments happen. The 19th annual Arts in Nature Festival has come and gone, but not without offering a treasured memory of a weekend-long community celebration in such a unique space in our city. Following the theme of convergence— the act of meeting at a common point– artists and…