By TeenTix Team | March 7, 2018 | 5:24 pm
ALL-CAMP is a community dedicated to building creative and supportive live music and arts experiences for all ages. Launching just this year, ALL-CAMP has already helped produce a Teen Night with TeenTix, and has another upcoming event that will introduce you to new people and music.
Opportunity Alert: ALL-CAMP is also looking for a group of people ages 13-20 to work with them to make the experiences described above happen....Read more →
Shows. Talkbacks. Group discussions. Penguins on the Town has what you're looking for!
Does theatre get your brain juices flowing? Do you love talkbacks with cast and crew? Do you love dissecting the meaning of art with a group of peers?
Penguin Productions, one of our newest Community Partners, has what you need! They're gearing up to offer a new quarter of this play-going and discussion class, and you're invited to join them. Get all the deets below:
Penguins on the Town | more info
Ages: 13 - 18
Brighten up your after-school schedule with this FREE camp from Seattle Public Theater!
PRODUCTION: Twelfth Night or As You Will
Be a part of a production of one of the most famous romantic comedies of all time: Twelfth Night is the story of outsider Viola, who washes up in an unfamiliar country and has to disguise herself as a man. Filled with love, misunderstandings...Read more →
Enjoy the perks of your TeenTix Pass with this weekend packed with Teen Nights!
Two Teen Nights. One amazing weekend.
On March 2 & 3, TeenTix and a couple of our many treasured Arts Partners bring you two very special events. Check out the ever-growing perks of having a TeenTix Pass, below!
MARCH 2 @ FREMONT ABBEY: Tunes, friends, and fun! Get a lil' piece of the Soul Selections Series, curated by none other than superstar SassyBlack.
Pre-show forecasts include a TeenTix Meet-Up (a.k.a snacks,...
Seattle Public Theater is offering a camp starring the quickest theater festival in the world! TeenTix members can apply today for a free spot.
Being a TeenTix member has all SORTS of benefits: $5 tickets to the arts, exclusive arts events, snacks, and now this! Seattle Public Theater and 14/48: The World's Quickest Theater Festival are teaming up to bring you this Winter Break Camp. TeenTix members are encouraged to apply here to snag a FREE spot in this camp. Don't wait! Spots are limited, and the camp starts next Monday, February 19th.
Here are the deets:
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New Guard members Anya S. and Neha G. sit down with director AJ Epstein & share their thoughts about West of Lenin's production.
Last week, we were lucky enough to go see American Hwangap by Lloyd Suh at West of Lenin. The play explores the relationships of an American-Korean family, the Chuns, particularly that of the family’s estranged father, Min Suk Chun, who returns home after fifteen years to celebrate his “Hwangap” (a commemoration of his 60th birthday). Before the show, we were also able to sit down with the play’s director, AJ Epstein, to ask a...Read more →
A poetry slam for the ages! Will you be there this Friday?
This Friday, February 16th: our Community Partner, Arts Corps, presents the Youth Speaks Seattle WILD CARD Slam, part of the 2017-18 Youth Speaks Seattle Poetry Slam Series. Whether you're there to slam it down yourself or watch others at work, this is a fantastic way to spend your Friday night!
Since 2003, Youth Speaks Seattle has held an annual poetry slam series to build community, showcase the next generation of...Read more →
Get all the deets on The New Guard's trip to the Wing Luke Museum!
One of our favorite things about The New Guard is that teens get opportunities throughout the year to take trips to TeenTix’s Partner Organizations! A few months ago, The New Guard used their time to take a formal outing to the Wing Luke Museum. Not only did they get to enjoy a personal tour of the museum and learn about its history in in Seattle’s lively International District, but New Guardians also had a couple hours to...Read more →
By TeenTix Team | January 3, 2018 | 5:50 pm
Give yourselves the HIGHEST OF FIVES: you helped TeenTix raise $10,700.14 for our Annual Campaign, exceeding our goal of $10K!
Thanks to you, TeenTix can serve over 13,000 teens in 2018 (happy new year, BTW!) by providing those lil' passes in the mail that get teens 13-19 into TONS of arts events around Seattle.
This year's campaign was funded by 117 individual donors, 30 of which were BRAND NEW. How cool is...Read more →
There are 12 days left to make a gift to our Annual Campaign!
By TeenTix | December 20, 2017 | 11:55 am
Did you know that TeenTix gets most of its donations from teens & their parents? It’s true! YOU make TeenTix happen!
We need to raise just $360 a day for the next 12 days to meet our goal of $10,000 (that’ll allow us to send out 13,000 FREE TeenTix passes in 2018).
Here are 12 reasons to give to TeenTix:
- TeenTix passes are FREE!
- $5 tickets to the arts that can cost adults $25, $50, or even $250! ...
We are super excited to announce that our well-loved arts criticism program, the TeenTix Press Corps IS COMING BACK!
By Monique Courcy | November 27, 2017 | 7:02 pm
UPDATE: Applications will be accepted for The Press Corps Manager through Dec 31, 2017.
The Press Corps promotes critical thinking, communication, and information literacy through criticism and journalism practice for teens. Since 2006, some of the city’s most talented professional arts critics from The Seattle Times, The Stranger, Seattle Globalist, Seattle Dances and more, have taught over 550 teens through workshops and...Read more →
On Sunday, September 24th, teens, parents, artists, and arts leaders gathered at TeenTix Community Partner, Vera Project to celebrate the 10th annual Teeny Awards, hosted by TeenTix arts crush, Justin Huertas and members of The New Guard: Teen Arts Leadership Society.
The Teeny Awards are planned with support from The New Guard, TeenTix’s teen governing body, and celebrate the best in local arts and culture according to...Read more →
In the first seconds of the film, a dark screen appears and fuzzy neon green text slowly types the message: It is the distant future. Mankind has conquered many galaxies, but the universe is vast. The mega-corporation Apocalypse Inc. has dispatched exploration vessels to discover new resources and possibly new life. The following is a journey of Syrinx-87.” This opening statement is frozen on the screen for a full 75 seconds...Read more →
Keep active this season! Find something arty, crafted for your interests.
Our partners and community do so much more than provide art(erriffic) experiences--many of them also hold programming year-round that supports your participation! Check out what's on the docket for Fall/Winter 2017.
Henry Art Gallery
Teen Art Collective
Deadline to Apply: September 25
The creatives, the makers, and the movers of tomorrow are already here. What role do you want to play in the arts? Join the Henry...
By TeenTix | September 6, 2017 | 1:48 pm
Drumroll, please, for the newest additions to our partner list, the the culmination of our work to expand the TeenTix program, and the most fantastic first six organizations from afar...
You can now use your TeenTix pass at the following TACOMA(!!!) partners:
- Broadway Center for the Performing Arts
- Museum of Glass
- Symphony Tacoma
- Washington State History Museum
- Tacoma Art Museum
- The Grand Cinema
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The New Guard has deliberated and are EXCITED to share the nominees of the 2017 TEENY AWARDS!
Don't forget - the below are just nominees! TeenTix members - remember to #VOTE for your favorites! VOTE NOW VOTE NOW VOTE NOW! Voting ends September 8, 2017 @ midnight.
TEENY AWARDS 2017 NOMINEES
Celebrating the region’s most teen-friendly arts organizations
1. FAVORITE ORGANIZATION
Voted on in real-time...
Do you know a teen who is always getting their friends to go to shows? How about a teen who works to keep arts education in school? Or a teen who creates opportunities for other teens to express themselves through art? Or a teen who pours themselves into leading a drama club, poetry slam, photography club, writing club, dance team, or WHATEVER KIND OF AWESOME ARTY CLUB? Know anybody like that?
Nominate them for the Youth...
This past Sunday, I saw the classic Puccini opera Madame Butterfly at the Seattle Opera for the first time.
The set was a series of Japanese doors, revolving around center stage. This device was simple and effective in pulling the viewer into the scene. It was lit with many colorful lights, primarily pink, white and red, which changed to create dramatic effects for the storyline.
The orchestra, with conductor Carlo...Read more →
By TeenTix | August 8, 2017 | 9:32 am
We know transportation is a BIG part of the equation when you're planning your arts-going with your TeenTix Pass, which is why we're ALWAYS looking for new ways you can see art safely and for not a lot of dough. We also know that not everyone's transportation options are the same - so we like to work with people who can help teens get around Seattle in all sorts of different ways.
We are STOKED that our friends at ReachNow...
You know all about what to wear to the 2017 Teeny Awards - AND we hope you've got your Teeny Awards tickets (but if not, no worries, you can do that right here!), AND you've probably noticed that the doors open (@2:30 pm) a whole hour before the awards ceremony starts (@3:30 pm) on Sunday, September 24th.
So glad you asked!
HERE'S WHAT YOU CAN DO/EAT/SEE during the pre-show red carpet/cupcake hour!
WHAT TO...Read more →