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 the advisory board, and that's why I'll be at the First Annual Teeny Awards Dinner on Saturday, September 14th, cheering for and supporting this terrific program. On behalf of the entire TeenTix Advisory Board, I hope you'll be there, too. Click here to buy your tickets today, and LONG LIVE TEENTIX!
Betsey Brock, Director of External Relations at Reel Grrls, and TeenTix parent
And the TeenTix Advisory Board:
Leah Baltus, Editor in Chief, CityArts Magazine
Karen Bystrom, Director of Communications, Cornish College of the Arts
Jená Cane, Partner, Citizen University and TeenTix parent
Caroline Dodge, Community Engagement Director, KUOW
Ariel Glassman, Senior Fundraising Specialist, Ostara Group
Irene Gomez, Project Manager, Seattle Office of Arts & Culture
Ashraf Hasham, Development Associate, Henry Art Gallery and TeenTix alumnus
Karen Lane, Executive Director, Theatre Puget Sound
Becky Lathrop, Director of Marketing and Communications, ACT Theatre
Janette de Leon, TeenTix parent
Brendan Kiley, Theatre Editor, The Stranger
Matthew Richter, Cultural Space Liaison, Seattle Office of Arts & Culture
Pete Rush, TeenTix Program Manager, Seattle Center
Sarah van Houten, Development Coordinator, ArtsFund
Ellen Walker, Marketing Director, Pacific Northwest Ballet
Space at this dinner is extremely limited. Click here to purchase tickets today.
Can't attend but still want to make a donation to TeenTix? Thank you! Click here.
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
BUY TICKETS HERE
Festive attire and charitable contributions encouraged
After dinner, join us in the Allen Theatre for The 5th Annual Teeny Awards. Hosted by writer, comedian, and professional rabble-rouser Lindy West, with hot beats by DJ J-Justice, the Teeny Awards honor the best in Seattle-area arts and culture, as voted on by TeenTix's 25,000 members.
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 anyone will be there. This is the future of your arts community. Get on board!