THE 2013 HIGHLINE CLASSIC JAZZ FESTIVAL FEATURED FIFTEEN TOP AREA BANDS IN ONE BIG DAY OF MUSIC AND DANCING AT DES MOINES' LANDMARK EVENT CENTER. See some of the pictures from this year's festival!
Burien Arts’ Fifth Annual Highline Classic Jazz Festival was Saturday March 9th from 2:30 pm-10pm and offered a Big Program at its new location, The Landmark Event Center in Des Moines.
There was more music with fifteen bands participating in three music venues, and more styles of music including Straight Ahead Jazz classics, early and mid -20th century jazz styles, from Dixieland, Gypsy Jazz, Blues, Ragtime to Big Band Swing.
Three Exciting Art Workshops in May and June!!!
LEARN HOW TO FACE PAINT FROM THE BEST! Contours Face and Body Effects (www.contoursfx.com) will show us how to create amazing designs! Saturday, May 11th from 1:30 to 5:30 pm in the Moshier Art Center, 430 S. 156th St. Burien. This class is geared for ages 15 to adult. Cost is $60. FOUR (4) High School Scholarships are available, call 206 963-3072 to apply and to register.
FREE ART CLASSES FOR AGES 9-12, grades 4-6 taught by Mandy Hallenius (www.mandyhallenius.com) and over 4 Saturdays: May 18, 25, June 1, 8 from 10 am to noon, students will explore: Soft Sculpture, Collage, Pattern Making, Drawing Basics. These classes will be held at the Burien Library, our co-sponsor! (Library is on corner of 4th Ave. & 152nd. )In their multi-purpose room. Sign up by contacting Burien Arts 206 244-7808 or email@example.com
FREE DRAWING WORKSHOP FOR K-12 TEACHERS, taught by Mandy Hallenius, Thursday and Friday, June 27 & 28 from 2-5 pm at the Burien Library, multi purpose room. The Burien Library is located at 400 SW 152nd St. Burien.
Thank you to the King Country Public Library for co-sponsoring the art workshops!
Burien Arts - Our mission is to engage, enrich and entertain all of the communities, generations, and visitors to the Burien and Greater Highline region through creative and innovative arts programming.
Burien Arts - founded in the 1960's - we are your local non-profit arts organization, here to serve the needs of the Greater Highline region.
Our current programming includes the Highline Classic Jazz Festival, Shakespeare in the Park in the summer (in Dottie Harper Park), 20/20 THE Art Experience of the year (Affordable art, food, beverages, good company, auction, and a chance to see up and coming artists as well as the tried and true and fabulous), monthly Sing and Sketch nights, quarterly arts networking meetings, and the yummy Strawberry Shortcake booth at the Strawberry Festival. Look for more exciting programming in the future.