Access Art

INSPIRING STUDENTS, DIVERSIFYING AUDIENCES

Our Access Art program facilitates opportunities for participants to attend first rate performances, exhibitions, guided tours, and lectures, all at no cost.  By collaborating with our arts partners, Access Art exposes Path with Art students to the creative pulse of Seattle, providing access to local arts and cultural experiences and fostering a sense of active participation in the greater community.  Access Art also benefits local cultural institutions by broadening and diversifying their audience base.

Check out some of our upcoming events and save the date!


September 2017:

Registration open from Monday, August 21st through Sunday, August 27th

Seattle Shakespeare Company | Julius Caesar
DATE: Thursday, September 14th
TIME: 7:30 PM
LOCATION: Cornish Playhouse, 201 Mercer Street (map)

 INFO:  Political Thriller. After the adoring public raises the charismatic Caesar to power, political factions
 question the leader’s motives and growing influence. Whispers of mutiny rumble through the corridors of
     power. Brutus and Cassius reach a dire conclusion that will set their country on the edge of collapse.

    Power Hungry. Shakespeare dives deep into the intoxicating effects of power. Dynamic characters wrestle  
    with their own ideals. Bloody and brutal decisions are weighed against honor and ambition.

    Et tu, Brute? Shakespeare pioneered the way for television shows like House of Cards and Scandal. The action
    is swift and enthralling. The gripping speeches are a mastery of language and thought. And supernatural
    omens and ghosts add to the edge-of-your-seat emotional experience.

SIFF | Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World
DATE: Thursday, September 14th
TIME: 4:45 PM
LOCATION: SIFF Cinema Uptown, 511 Queen Anne Ave N (map)

INFO: From Charley Patton and Mildred Bailey to Link Wray and Jimi Hendrix; from Jesse Ed Davis and Buffy-Sainte Marie to Robbie Robertson and Randy Castillo, the contributions of Native Americans to the soundtrack of popular culture-blues, jazz, folk, pop, rock, heavy metal are as undeniable as they are underreported. In the celebratory exposé Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World (inspired by the Smithsonian Institution exhibit "Up Where We Belong: Native Musicians in Popular Culture," created by Tim Johnson and guitarist Stevie Salas), director Catherine Bainbridge takes us through a rollercoaster of fantastic music and wide-ranging interviews–Martin Scorsese and Taj Mahal rub shoulders with Pat Vegas and late poet John Trudell–while never losing sight of the politically precarious place Indigenous persons hold in America's troubled history, in which Native culture has been systematically silenced. "Be proud you're an Indian," says Robertson, recounting advice he once received, "but be careful who you tell." Loud, lively, and endlessly illuminating, Rumble is as powerful as the 1958 Link Wray song it's named after, one of the rare instrumental tracks banned (of course) from radio airwaves since it supposedly "glorified juvenile delinquency."

 

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Special Event! Public Works Seattle presents The Odyssey.

Request tickets for you and a friend (to go on your own) through the Seattle Repertory's website HERE. Tickets are FREE!  Several Path with Art students are involved in this fabulous production -- come out to support them!  

Public Works Seattle | The Odyssey
DATES: Friday, September 8th - Sunday, September 10th
TIMES: check ticket link for details HERE
LOCATION: Seattle Repertory Theater 155 Mercer St (map

INFO: Travel with us on a story of high adventure and true love as over 100 SEATTLE CITIZENS join
     professional actors and regional performance groups onstage to create beautiful and dangerous world
    of THE ODYSSEY Odysseus leads his crew to wrestle ridiculous monsters, resist treacherous temptations,
     and face the darkest dangers of the high seas to find THEIR WAY HOME. A theatrical celebration for the
     whole family, this MUSICAL ADAPTATION of Homer’s epic tale will bring our entire city together.

 

Very limited space available


Seattle Symphony | Opening Night with Ludovic Morlot & Renée Fleming
DATE: Saturday, September 16th
TIME: 5:00 PM
LOCATION:  Benaroya Hall, 200 University St (map)

INFO: Be part of the glamour of Opening Night as renowned soprano and Grammy Award winner Renée Fleming joins Music Director Ludovic Morlot and the Symphony.  

 

Theater Schmeater | The Country Wife
DATE: Friday, September 22nd
TIME: 8:00 PM
LOCATION:  2125 3rd Ave (map)

INFO: Sexual innuendo and intrigue rule the day as an innocent young country wife is brought to London and is confronted by the temptations of city life. Wycherley’s 1665 satire retains its bite in the age of social media, body shaming, and the often hypocritical tension between the private and public.