Capitol Hill Arts District Streaming Festival 2020 [Online]
From April 29 to May 3, the Capitol Hill Arts District is thrilled to present the Capitol Hill Arts District Streaming Festival, celebrating the creativity of Capitol Hill and offering community members a connection to interdisciplinary art while the Stay Home, Stay Healthy order is in effect.
All programs will be streamed LIVE on Northwest Film Forum’s VIMEO channel and Facebook Live.
All events are FREE, with sliding-scale, pay-what-you-can tickets and festival passes! All donations go to the COVID-19 Artist Trust Relief Fund to support individual artists. Direct donations to the presenting arts organizations and individuals are also encouraged.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29
FEATURED ARTISTS: bit.ly/caphillarts2020A
Northwest Film Forum (6:30–7:30pm)
Photographic Center Northwest (7:30–8:30pm)
Community Programs (8:30–8:40pm)
Central District Forum for Arts & Ideas (8:40–9:45pm)
THURSDAY, APRIL 30
FEATURED ARTISTS: bit.ly/caphillarts2020B
Community Programs (7:30–8:30pm)
SubKulture Cabaret (8:30–9:30pm)
FRIDAY, MAY 1
FEATURED ARTISTS: bit.ly/caphillarts2020C
Crybaby Studios (7:00–8:30pm)
SATURDAY MAY 2
FEATURED ARTISTS: bit.ly/caphillarts2020D
The AMP: AIDS Memorial Pathway (4:30–5:45pm)
Community Programs (5:45–6:00pm)
Hugo House (6:00–7:30pm)
Capitol Hill Block Party (7:30–9:00pm)
Kame House (9:00pm–dance o’clock)
SUNDAY, MAY 3
FEATURED ARTISTS: bit.ly/caphillarts2020E
Kame House x Toe Jam (12:00pm-10:00pm)
MIPoPS – Moving Image Preservation of Puget Sound x NWFF (4:30–5:30pm)
Longhouse Media (5:30–7:00pm)
Vanishing Seattle (7:00–7:30pm)
Velocity Dance Center (7:30–8:30pm)
About the Capitol Hill Arts District
The Capitol Hill Arts District is a coalition of arts advocates galvanized to keep the neighborhood a thriving art scene invested in the creation of daring work, independent artists, and emerging ideas. It promotes cultural engagement, harness resources, and preserve, enhance, and create space for artists and the arts.