Two Arts-Based Events for Kids

One event is at Seattle Public Libraries.

Literary Career Day
Saturday at 11 AM - 4 PM

Literary Career Day is a free-to-attend event providing young people ages 16-24 with direct access to industry professionals through networking, experiential learning, engaging conversations, and performances. Participants are exposed to a wide range of career opportunities including writing, editing, publishing, arts administration, retail, library sciences, journalism, teaching, and more. Literary Career Day is produced in partnership with The Seattle Public Library, Office of Arts & Culture Seattle and Seattle Office of Film + Music

This event opens with Keynote Speakers, followed by lunch—free for all attendees—and a Table Fair featuring opportunities from local arts organizations. After lunch, choose a Breakout Session that's relevant to your interests. Finish the afternoon with a Networking Party to help you get the most out of your Career Day!

This is FREE-TO-ATTEND, but does requires registration. To register and for full event schedule, breakout session & panelist info:

Another event is from KUOW:

 Kids! Help us imagine a more climate-friendly Seattle in our drawing contest 

Hey parents, families or teachers! Do your kids like to draw? 

Invite them to enter KUOW’s climate-friendly drawing contest. Winners will take home prizes and may have a chance to discuss their ideas on air!

The contest is part of our series on climate change, The Burning Question.

Entries must be received by midnight on January 31. We'll announce the winners on KUOW's Facebook page.


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