Seattle's Central Library celebrates its 10-year birthday. Lots of fun events starting today with a concert by Harry and the Potters and ending with a big party next Friday, May 23rd. Music, temporary tattoos, cupcakes and a Lion Dance, starting at 10 a.m.
Lots of awards for high school students. From SPS Communications:
Keeley Michael, a senior at Ingraham High School, won the 2014
Congressional Art Competition for Washington state through the office of
Congressman Jim McDermott.
Her work is headed to Washington D.C. where it will hang in the U.S.
Capitol Building for a year, along with the winners from other
Congressional districts across the country.
Madi Owen, another senior at Ingraham High School, was awarded the
Washington Art Education Association Award for her artwork titled,
Madi won the award in the Puget Sound ESD High School Art contest, where her work was chosen to move on to the state competition through the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction.
Two short films by students in the Ballard High School Video Production
Program were award winners at the National Film Festival for Talented
Song for Anna by Lucy Harstrick, Isaiah Hoban-Halvorsen, Josh
Vredevoogd and Kiana Wyld won the Audience Award of the Musical
Ballard filmmakers also distinguished themselves in NFFTY’s 48-Hour Film Off. Jonny Cechony, Will Erstad, Simon Gibson-Penrose, Elizabeth Rosario and
Raven Two Feathers represented Ballard High School, and their short Just Plane Lucky took 2nd Prize in the competition.
Just Plane Lucky will screen at the Ballard Film Festival on Friday and Saturday, June 6 and 7 at 7 p.m. in the Ballard High School auditorium.
No director community meetings this Saturday.
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