Please join The Wing in recognizing the support of our current Community Partners for the 2013 race exhibit.
For more information about any of these partners, click on their names to visit their respective websites.
- 21 Progress
- 5th Avenue Theater
- AFSC (American Friends Service Committee) Seattle Community Justice Program and Youth Undoing Institutional Racism
- Bethany United Church of Christ, Seattle
- Cultural Art Projects
- Cultures Connecting
- Ethnic Heritage Art Gallery
- IDEA Odyssey Gallery
- Japanese American Citizens League, Olympia Chapter
- Japanese American Citizens League, Seattle Chapter
- Jewish Family Service; Refugee and Immigrant Service Centers
- KidSpeak Consulting
- Lake Washington Girls Middle School
- Latino City Employees
- Northwest African American Museum
- Parents for Student Success (partner with The Arc of King County)
- The Service Board
- Social Justice Fund NW
- Trusted Advocates
- Washington State Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs
What is a Community Partner?
Many people have already been involved in making the upcoming race exhibit a success – from planning meetings to community discussions to spreading the word.
Of these groups and organizations, “Community Partners” are some of the ones we recognize officially. Being a Community Partner does not require funding but is an endorsement of the exhibit. Community Partners will be acknowledged in exhibit publicity, on the credit panel in the gallery, and on this blog.
We offer organizational Community Partnerships in four ways:
- Exhibit Committees: Serve on the Community Advisory Committee that shapes the exhibits goals, themes, content, and design. Subcommittees will coordinate art selection, public programs, online content, and other aspects of the project.
- Outreach and Publicity: Help distribute information about the exhibition, including the Call for Art, via your organization’s newsletter, mailing list, and/or community networks.
- Online Content: Write one or more posts for this blog. Check out the guidelines, and contact us with your topic ideas.
- Financial Support: Always welcome, of course – a major exhibit requires all kinds of resources! If your organization may be able to contribute funding to the project, please let us know whom to contact.
How can I become one?
Your organization can participate in one or more of the above options to become a Community Partner.
For more information, please download the Community Partners Form. If you would like to be involved in this capacity, please complete the form and send it to the address listed.
Thank you for considering how you could help!