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!

 

 

 


Current Access Art Events

March 2017

Registration for March events will be open from Monday February 20th through Sunday February 26th.

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MoPOP  | Exhibition Pass
DATE:  Wednesday, March 15th
TIME:  2:00 pm
LOCATION:    MoPOP 325 5th Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109 (map)

INFO:   Enjoy exploring the exciting MoPOP with an exhibition pass.  You can see many amazing exhibitions including the Hendrix exhibit where you can discover the shy genius of Hendrix through an immersive gallery soundtrack featuring rare Hendrix interview clips; Hendrix’s only passport, issued on the day he left for London on September 23, 1966; his diary, where he recounts friends, shows, and experiences from the road; an Electric Lady mixing console from the personal recording studio he used during the last weeks of his life; and other original artifacts, artwork, and photographs.

 

Richard Hugo House  | Word Works: Mary Gaitskill
DATE:  Thursday, March 16th
TIME:  7:00 pm
LOCATION:     Washington Hall, 153 14th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98122 (map)

INFO:   Award-winning author Mary Gaitskill is best known for delivering powerful stories of dislocation, longing, and desire with prose that “glides lightly over unsoundable depths” (Village Voice).  The New Yorker called her National Book Award-finalist novel, Veronica, “one of the great American novels of the past decade,” and The New York Times Book Review called her latest, The Mare, “extraordinary…[A] magnificently hopeful novel.” What is that mysterious quality that makes the plot and characters of a novel or short story seem real, even when they are outlandish? Gaitskill calls this inner life of fiction the “inner weave,” and in her Word Works talk, “The Inner Weave: Mystery and Imagery in Fiction,” she will describe how this “inner weave” may be created through language, specifically nonverbal imagery with layers of meaning and/or feeling through which we may sense the hidden and irrational life of characters and stories—that is, what makes them most deeply real. Q&A will follow.

Theater Schmeater  | Yankee Pickney
DATE:  Friday, March 17th
TIME:  8:00 pm
   LOCATION:      2125 3rd Ave. Seattle, WA 98121 (map

   INFO:    Yankee Pickney explores family, identity, and connection. A young West Indian woman uses journal entries from
   adolescent journals and her earliest memories to help her understand what it means to be Jamaican in a world where, so
 often, others define our identity for us.

Seattle Repertory Theater  | Dry Powder
DATE: Tuesday, March 21st
TIME:  7:30 pm
LOCATION:       Seattle Center, 155 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109 (map

INFO:     This new dark comedy delves into the world of those who mold and mess with the American economy. Rick, a private equity firm CEO, creates a PR nightmare when he throws himself an extravagant engagement party after forcing  massive layoffs. Seth, one of Rick’s managing directors, tries to rectify the situation by pursuing a luggage company ready to be taken to the next level. But Jenny, Seth’s counterpart at the firm, suggests a countermove that relies on leveling it. The game is on in Sarah Burgess’ razor-sharp play about the price of success and the real cost of getting the deal done.

Seattle Symphony | Beethoven Untuxed
DATE:  Friday, March 24th
TIME:  7:00 pm
LOCATION:        200 University Street, Seattle (map

INFO:      Whether it is your first time hearing it live or your fiftieth, there is no limit to the power of Beethoven’s Fifth. This singular symphony distills human experience down to its universal truths: Fate. Humility. Struggle. Triumph. This shorter, no-intermission Untuxed concert presents a low-stress way to begin your weekend.


Coming Next 

April 2017

Registration for April events will be open from Monday March 27th through Sunday April 2nd.

Seattle Art Museum | Jacob Lawrence: The Migration Series, and Seeing Nature
DATE:  Wednesday, April 12th
TIME:  2:00 pm
LOCATION: 1300 1st Ave (map)

INFO:  In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the birth of one of this city’s most beloved artists, Jacob Lawrence, the Seattle Art Museum presents Jacob Lawrence: The Migration Series. Acclaimed as Lawrence’s masterwork, this epic series chronicles in words and pictures the exodus of African Americans from the rural South to the industrial North in the decades after the First World War.

 

Frye Art Museum | Archipenko: A Modern Legacy
DATE:  Friday, April 14th  
TIME:  2:00 pm
LOCATION: 704 Terry Ave. (map)

INFO:  The Frye Art Museum is pleased to present a major retrospective on the life and work of Alexander Archipenko (American, born Ukraine, 1887–1964), a leading figure in the historic European avant-garde, who reinvigorated sculpture with dynamic creativity at the beginning of the twentieth century.

 

Town Hall | Project Trio: Peter and the Wolf
DATE:  Wednesday, April 19th  
TIME:  7:30 pm
LOCATION:   1119 8thAve (map)

INFO:  PROJECT Trio features three genre-busting performers who make chamber music feel as fresh and energetic as a rock concert. More than just a trio of flute, cello and bass, they are composers, improvisers and storytellers who bring vibrancy to everything they touch, from virtuosic originals to their “covers” of classical favorites.

 

Seattle Arts and Lectures | Helen Oyeyemi
DATE:  Tuesday, April 25th  
TIME:  7:30 pm
LOCATION: Benaroya Hall: 200 University St. (map) in the S. Mark Taper Foundation Auditorium 

INFO:   Helen Oyeyemi is the author of five novels, including White is for Witching, which won a 2010 Somerset Maugham Award, and Mr Fox, which won a 2012 Hurston/Wright Legacy Award. In 2013, Oyeyemi was named one of Granta's Best Young British Novelists. Her story collection What Is Not Yours Is Not Yours was published in March 2016.

 


Save the Date 

May 2017

Registration for May events will be open from Monday April 24th through Sunday April 30th.

Seattle Opera | The Magic Flute
DATE:  Wednesday, May 3rd
TIME:  7:00 pm
LOCATION: 200 University St (map)

INFO:  COLORFUL FANTASY. Mozart’s utterly unique extravaganza blends myth, magic, and a remarkable variety of wonderful music to deliver its life-affirming message: love conquers all. A handsome prince and his comical sidekick are given enchanted musical instruments and tasked with rescuing the Queen of the Night’s daughter from a mysterious group of priests. Undergoing trials of virtue, discretion, and charity, they realize that all may not be as it seems in this magical land. Award-winning costumes from the fabulous Zandra Rhodes (The Pearl Fishers) add to the many delights of one of the most fantastic entertainments ever created. 

 

 

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Early Music Guild | Ode to the Orchestra
DATE:  Friday, May 12th  
TIME:  7:30 pm
LOCATION: 200 University St (map)

INFO:  Seattle Baroque Orchestra closes its season with a program that spans the late 17th century, one of the most exciting periods in music history. Tormented by war, plague, and destruction, those years yielded some of the finest
   orchestral works we celebrate today. Under the direction of Alexander Weimann, SBO explores the foundation of the
   Baroque chamber orchestra form with works from Corelli, Biber, and Lully as well as Georg Muffat’s concerti grossi Delirium
   amoris, Dulce Somnium, and Saeculum.

 

Seattle Shakespeare | A Midsummer Night’s Dream
DATE:  Wednesday, May 17th
TIME:  10:30 am
LOCATION: Cornish Playhouse at Seattle Center 201 Mercer St   (map)

INFO:  Theatrical magic and fairy antics share billing in this valentine to the stage. It's a fantastical tale of love gone kerflooey. Headliners and Divas trod the boards with Top Bananas and Hoofers. Four lovers cross spotlights with squabbling supernaturals and a bumbling rube creating backstage comic chaos. The fairy Puck sorts it out before the act gets the hook, leaving us with a show stopper that brings down the house.


Save the Date

June 2017

Registration for June events will be open from Monday May 22nd through Sunday May 28th.

Pacific Northwest Ballet | Pictures at an Exhibition
DATE:  Thursday, June 8th
TIME:  7:30pm
LOCATION: McCaw Hall: 321 Mercer Street   (map)

INFO: "LA SOURCE IS BALANCHINE AT HIS MOST ELEGANT—A PERFECT APERITIF. You’ll smell the perfume in this sublime work originally created for Violette Verdy. Opus 19 is a darker work by Jerome Robbins originally created for Mikhail Baryshnikov. It is also a work I danced for most of my career, working closely with Robbins in the studio. It’s an emotional and physical marathon with enormous rewards for audience and artist alike. Our final ballet is by Alexei Ratmansky (Don Quixote, Concerto DSCH), a man as humble as he is talented. Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition is paired with Wassily Kandinsky’s vivid geometric images; the work showcases dancers as priceless masterpieces —just like this season. You won’t want to miss a bit of it." -Peter Boal

 

Wing Luke | Do You Know Bruce, Part III
DATE:  Thursday, June 15th  
TIME:  2:00 pm
LOCATION:  719 South King Street (map)

INFO: The Do You Know Bruce? exhibition series at the Wing Luke Museum provides fresh and untold perspectives on Bruce Lee’s life and his connection to Seattle. Developed in partnership with Bruce Lee’s wife and daughter and the Bruce Lee Foundation, it is the only interactive exhibition, outside of Hong Kong, about Bruce Lee.  Featuring personal family items and memorabilia, the exhibition series give both an intimate and wide angle approach to detailing his personal philosophy as well as the external influences and circumstances that helped shaped his journey from a young student in Seattle to a global icon who continues to inspire millions.  

Seattle Symphony| Mahler
DATE:  Thursday, June 22nd  
TIME:  7:30pm
LOCATION: Benaroya 200 University St   (map)

    INFO: Mahler's colossal Fifth Symphony embraces an entire world of sound, from the heart-rending funeral march to the
    serene and loving Adagietto. Ligeti's monolithic Requiem goes beyond this world, as proven by its iconic appearance in the
   film 2001: A Space Odyssey.