No Place (named after the painfully relevant Curtis Mayfield record) is a full day of music, art, and grassroots activism, featuring Downtown Boys, RA Scion, Dangers, Gabriel Teodros, SistaHailstorm, Menace, High Pulp, and several other subversive performers, free workshops and panels on radical social causes, live visual art demonstrations, zine & merch-making, bike tune-ups, and even more from Noon to Midnight on May 18th at The Vera Project.
– High Pulp
-Radical Consent Workshop with The Northwest Network of Bi, Trans, Lesbian, and Gay Survivors of Abuse
-Direct Action in Democracy Panel with The Washington Bus & More
-Social Justice Wheatpasting & Screen Printing with Amplifier
-Zine-making with Short Run Seattle
-Voter Registration & Education
-Tune-ups with The Bikery
-Bring-it Screen-it Merch Making
-Local Record Fair
– Downtown Boys
– RA Scion
– Gabriel Teodros
-No Place Like the Music Scene in America Today Panel, featuring Downtown Boys, Gabriel Teodros, Dangers, & More
-Local Record Fair
-Voter Registration & Education
$30 adv/ $35 dos | TICKETS: bit.ly/noplacefest
We’re hiring for our Marketing & Outreach Coordinator position! See below for an overview+ how to apply. Full description of the job can be found here.
Position Overview: The Vera Project seeks a skilled and passionate marketing & outreach professional to support its always all ages music and arts programming. The Marketing & Outreach Coordinator will work with VERA staff, members, and volunteers to promote and advocate for youth-driven music concerts, art shows, educational programs, fundraising events, community partnerships, and various other mission-related activities.
Please address the following topics in your cover letter:
● Why are organizations like The Vera Project important to a community?
● Please tell us about your experience in marketing, communications, and outreach.
● What do your specific skills and interests bring to this role?
● What is your background, if any, contributing to non-profit organizations?
Please submit a cover letter, resume, and two references by 11:59 PST on Friday, April 5th, 2019 to email@example.com with “Marketing and Outreach Coordinator, *Your First and Last Name*” in the subject line.
We’re hiring for our Admin & Archive internship! See below for an overview of the position + how to apply. Full description of internship can be found here.
The Admin & Archive Intern works closely with the Rentals & Operations Coordinator to provide administrative assistance at the front desk and improve VERA’s poster archive. This dual role includes logging and organizing VERA’s screen printed poster collection into the archive workspace, implementing the poster logging system for general venue use, and practicing regular upkeep in the workspace as new posters arrive. The intern will also be responsible for front desk hours helping to check in patrons for classes and screen printing open sessions. This position contributes directly to the daily administrative functions of The Vera Project, is equally internal- and external-facing, and stewards VERA’s screen print poster archive, a collection of hundreds of hand-printed VERA show posters (most of which printed at VERA) dating back to 2001.
APPLICATION PROCESS : Please submit a cover letter, resume, 11:59pm PST on Monday April 1st, 2019 to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Admin & Archive Intern, YOUR FIRST/LAST NAME” in the subject line.
“From the Shore”, Medium: egg crates, foraged greens and shells, concrete, wood by Zachary Pacleb
LEFTOVERS is an expression conceived through the desire to waste less and use more. Vol. 2: Remnants, consists of studies and reflections on the underutilized materials that come through our kitchen, as well as our overall relationship with our food. [Co-Curated by Zachary Pacleb of Brothers & Co. and Jeremy Buben of The Food Art Collection]
Leftovers 2.0 will be in our gallery from March 6th-29th with an opening reception on March 7th from 6-9PM $10 suggested donation
Learn more at www.brothersandco.me/leftovers and follow @brothers.and.co on Instagram & @brothers.and.co.seattle Facebook.
The Vera Project seeks a skilled and well-organized audio technical professional to support its live sound and recording studio facilities and programs.
The Audio/Tech Manager will work with VERA members & volunteers to maintain front-of-house live sound equipment and our recording studio.
The Vera Project operates through a participatory structure that encourages intergenerational collaboration & participation in all realms of the organization. As such, this position will work on projects with our youth-led membership, specifically the audio/tech committee & audio interns, as well as VERA’s community of volunteers, class participants, and budding audio professionals.
You can learn more about the position and application process here:
Audio Tech Manager (closes February 4th, 2019)
The Vera Project and Sub Pop present the 2019 Viva Vera Gala at the historic Washington Hall! Join us as we celebrate VERA’s role in creating a vibrant Seattle all-ages music & arts scene. Your support of Viva Vera will help The Vera Project uplift thousands of young people through meaningful participation in music & art all year long.
The evening will begin with passed hor d’oeuvres (vegan & gluten-free inclusive), and cocktails while bidding on silent auction items galore. We’ll then move up to the Ballroom for a seated dinner with your True & Sincere Friends as the program begins. Save room, as desserts will be auctioned off for purchase during the Live Auction!
With a performance by a young artist emblematic of our mission, a flurry of auction items, stories about VERA’s transformative programs, and testimonials by our youth-led membership, you’ll leave with your heart full and your cup empty.
After the close of the main event, the fun will continue at an exclusive 21+ afterparty at Chop Suey, as VERA takes over the crazy-popular weekly Dance Yourself Clean indie pop dance-party just down the street. The afterparty is open to the public, with a portion of the admission & drink sales continuing to fuel VERA for the year ahead.
Please note, this year’s Viva Vera Gala will be reflective of your feedback from past events. You asked for it, and we’re delivering: a family-style sit-down dinner with your community of do-gooders & the eternally hip. Expect more types of delicious food & more room to mingle. We’re cutting down the Live Auction to only a handful, and will be focusing on the Fund-A-Need (aka Raise-the-Paddle) portion of the evening. Expect less boring talk and more time for community-building (via partying)!
For more information contact Ashraf Hasham, Executive Director, at email@example.com. The Vera Project is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, tax ID 31-1816016, and all donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.