Access Art


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!

April Access Art enrollment is now open from March 21st to March 28th!


A Doll’s House Part 2 | Seattle Repertory Theater
DATE:  Wednesday, April 10th
TIME: 7:30 PM
LOCATION: 155 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109

Nora Helmer is returning home after closing the door on her life with her husband Torvald and their three children 15 years prior. Her unexpected homecoming is met with recriminations and the family drama unfolds in this explosively entertaining continuation of Henrik Ibsen’s acclaimed A Doll’s House. Written by Tony Award nominee Lucas Hnath, A Doll’s House, Part 2 explores gender roles and societal expectations through the eyes of a woman mired in an era for which she is simply too exceptional.


Pacific NW Ballet | A Midsummer Night's Dream
DATE:  Thursday, April 11th
LOCATION: 321 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109

PNB’s production of Shakespeare’s comedy charms everyone who enters its enchanted realm. Deep in a Northwest-inspired fairy kingdom, a quarrel between the King Oberon and Queen Titania sparks mayhem when mischief-maker Puck mismatches mortal lovers and causes Titania to romance donkey-headed Bottom. All’s well that ends well by Act II, which opens with Mendelssohn’s famous Wedding March and celebrates ideal love with some of Balanchine’s most beautiful choreography. Featuring the PNB Orchestra.


Seattle Symphony | Dvorak New World Symphony |
DATE:  Saturday, April 13th
TIME: 8:00 PM
LOCATION: 200 University St, Seattle, WA 98101

Composer and pianist George Walker has broken countless barriers in his long and rich life, like when he became the first African American to win the Pulitzer Prize for Music in 1996. He belongs to an exceedingly rare class of composers who have produced vital, vibrant music into their late 90s. With his latest opus, Sinfonia No. 5, “Visions,” Walker meditates on the 2015 massacre at a church in Charleston, South Carolina.

In his Symphony No. 9, “From the New World,” Dvořák reflected back the bountiful and optimistic United States that welcomed him with open arms. Spirituals learned from the grandson of a freed slave and transcriptions of Native American melodies enrich this melting pot of European refinement and American earnestness. In the same way that Dvořák gave voice to his Czech homeland through folk-inspired symphonies and tone poems, the Polish trendsetter Karol Szymanowski liberated his country’s musical identity by crafting imaginative works for orchestra steeped in local traditions. The Scottish superstar Nicola Benedetti made a forceful case for Szymanowski when she recorded his First Violin Concerto at the age of 17, and now she brings that passion to the Second Violin Concerto, a seamless marvel of grounded melodies and lofty virtuosic flights.


Seattle Symphony | In the Spotlight |
DATE: Tuesday, April 2nd
TIME: 7:30 PM
LOCATION: 200 University St, Seattle, WA 98101

Former Seattle Symphony Composer in Residence and a master sound sculpture, composer and MacArthur “Genius,” Trimpin is most known for creating sound installations at intersection of music and visual art. His diverse influences come together in his work Solo Flute, Eight Pottery Wheels and Assorted Vinyls. Andrew Stiefel’s Five Ways to Listen to a Mockingbird transforms the mockingbird's stolen song into a series of meditations on our changing cities and landscapes. To conclude the evening, you’ll experience two dynamic percussion works performed by Seattle Symphony guests, the arx duo.

Priority for all Access Art events is based on prior attendance records, past wait-lists, and new student considerations, not based on when you register within the registration period. If you have any issues with our online form please email us at Thank you!

April Access Art 2019

Basic Information

Program Eligibility

Partner Organizations
Please select ALL of the following organizations you receive services from.
You must receive services from at least one of the organizations below in order to register.

Please list your Primary Contact at one of the above organizations you selected. This may be a case manager, housing manager, resident services coordinator, or a staff member in some other role.

Path with Art provides programming to adults who make no more than 30% of the area median income ($21,050/year).

Demographic Information
We collect demographic information so that we can have the fullest possible understanding of everyone who composes our student body. This information helps us better see who is participating in our programs, who is not, and how we can improve our programming to better serve a wide diversity of students. Your personal information will only be referenced for internal reasons and will be kept strictly confidential.

Access Art Events
Please select which event(s) you are interested in and can commit to attending. If you cannot commit to an event, please do not select it. 

Please only select a particular event ONCE - multiple selections of a single event will not be taken into account.

Path with Art Attendance Policy
In order for Path with Art to continue offering free arts programming, it is important that participants comply with our attendance policy.  If you know that you will be unable to attend any of the Access Art events you register for, we expect you to let us know in advance of the event date.  In order to be eligible for future opportunities including advanced classes, exhibitions, and performing arts showcases, participants must observe this policy.

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