The First Annual Teeny Awards Dinner
700 Union Street
Seattle, WA 98101
This meal is nine years in the making.
Since 2004, TeenTix has been working to strengthen our community by empowering young people to engage with the arts as leaders, critics, and patrons. To date, over 40,000 teens have discovered the arts through TeenTix.
Now we are growing up and leaving the nest, making the huge leap from Seattle Center public program to independent organization. And that means we get to host our very first dinner party. This is one of those moments. We're going to celebrate what we've built together and fuel ourselves for the thrilling work ahead by sharing a great meal with friends. We're going to circle up, raise a glass, and manifest a vision: a bright, healthy future for youth and for the arts.
TEENY AWARDS DINNER
A benefit for TeenTix and future of civilization
Host: Tucker Cholvin, TeenTix alumnus
Paddle Master: Randy Engstrom, Director, Seattle Office of Arts & Culture
Saturday, September 14th, 2013
Ticket availability is extremely limited. Click here to purchase tickets today!
After dinner, we'll all head up to the Allen Theatre for the biggest little arts event of the season: The Teeny Awards! For the 5th year, the Teeny Awards will honor the best Seattle area arts and culture, as voted on by TeenTix’s 25,000 teen members.
Hosted by writer, comedian, and professional rabble-rouser Lindy West, with hot beats by DJ J-Justice, the Teeny Awards are a generation-blending event like none other.
Hob nob with Seattle’s crush-worthiest artists, get a (temporary) tattoo, eat a cupcake, and celebrate TeenTix’s 45 partner organizations and their great work welcoming young audiences. From PNB to OtB, The Rep to WET, and SAM to BAM, everyone who’s everyone will be there.
This is the future of your arts community. Get on board!
Please contact TeenTix Executive Director Holly Arsenault at 206.233.3938 or email@example.com with any questions.
By Holly Arsenault | September 6, 2013 | 1:18 pm
Hi, my name is Betsey Brock. I am a TeenTix parent and a member of the TeenTix Advisory Board.
TeenTix makes Seattle a better place. TeenTix makes the arts accessible for teenagers. TeenTix talks to teens about art, film, dance, music, literature, and theater on their own terms. TeenTix energizes them to talk with each other about the shows they see. TeenTix is helping create the next generation of artists, art consumers, and philanthropists.
As a parent of a teenager who also works with teenagers, I've seen the impact that TeenTix makes first-hand. That's why I sit on...Read more