Summer is finally here, so we’re raising our glasses in support of The Vera Project! Join us at one (or more!) of the following nights. All proceeds from Montucky Cold Snacks and specialty cocktails made with Tito’s Voka go directly to Vera!
Are you in a band? Join us at this workshop to learn the best ways to market yourself–from social media, to press kits, to licensing your music.
Register here: http://bit.ly/
RSVP on FB: https://www.facebook.com/events/449353985456871/
12:30-1:00PM Keynote Conversation with Sassyblack
1:00PM – 2:30PM Panel: Marketing Yourself: Using social media to build a strong brand with:
Megan Ternes (Suicide Squeeze Records, SASQUATCH! Music Festival)
Tristan Carosino (The Billions Corporation)
Reed Juenger (Beat Connection, The Capitol Hill Block Party)
Gwendolyn McKenzie (The Crocodile, Night Shift)
Taylar White (aka Taylar Elizza Beth)
3:00 – 4:30PM Monetizing 101: Licensing, Streaming, and Platforms for Music Distribution with:
Erik Metzger (Washington Lawyers for the Arts (WLA))
4:45-5:30PM Networking Mixer
GiveBig is Seattle Foundation’s annual day of giving for Seattle-area non-profits. Support Vera on May 10 or schedule your donation starting TODAY! The Vera Project exists due to the generosity of volunteers and donors like YOU! Thank you for your continued support, we couldn’t do it without you!
To find out more & to schedule your donation, please visit: https://www.givebigseattle.org/the-vera-project
VIVA VERA AFTER-PARTY
Saturday March 25 | 9:30PM – Midnight
The Vera Project and Napster are celebrating their 16 birthdays at a gala celebration proudly presented by community partners Sub Pop and Napster. The 10th annual Viva Vera Gala takes place on Saturday, March 25 at the historic Washington Hall, and will feature performances by local favorites and Sound Off! alumni PARISALEXA and Otieno Terry.
After the intimate gala dinner, please join us in celebrating Napster & Vera’s sweet 16 as we open up to the public for an after-party presented by Napster. Get down on the dancefloor to music from Darqness’ Reverend Dollars and enjoy hosted beverages: cocktails expertly mixed by Madres Kitchen using spirits from Oola Distillery, wine from Underground Wine Project, beer from Georgetown Brewing, and ginger beer from Malus.
EDIT: This event is now all ages!! Super excited to be able to include the whole Vera fam in this special celebration <3
Vendor applications are now open for the annual DIY Holiday Fair, brought to you by The Vera Project and Hollow Earth Radio!
Date: December 3, 11am-4pm
Location: The Vera Project
Vendors: The DIY Holiday Fair is a celebration of local record, tape, and CD labels, as well as printing/small press, and other crafts that make our DIY music community so full and special!
Apply by Nov 4: diy-holiday-fair-vendor-form-2016
This year The Vera Project celebrated fifteen years of curating all-ages shows, fifteen years since we led the battle to overturn the Teen Dance Ordinance, and fifteen years of supporting Seattle’s arts community through serving as a resource for artists, musicians, and audio engineers regardless of age or experience.
We would like to appeal to you to pledge your support of Vera at the end of 2016. Our mission–to fuel personal and community transformation through collaborative, youth-driven engagement in music and art–can only happen with support from community members like you.
Take a look at what we accomplished in 2016:
We are excited to announce that Vera’s webstore is now live! Not only can you buy Vera merch and class certificates, but for the very first time ever, you can purchase Vera’s limited edition show posters, designed and printed right here in our studio by our wonderful screenprinters!
Click on the “Store” link in our main menu above, or visit http://theveraproject.bigcartel.com/
The Women’s Creative Industries Forum is an interactive event for current and aspiring music and media makers to explore how women create movements through mass channels of discourse to communicate and create more justice in the world. This is a space to address challenges and successes of women, especially women of color, share resources, and to inspire a new generation to step into creative media fields. The event features interactive presentations, media-making, a female-centric resource fair, and food.
$5 suggested donation – no one turned away for lack of funds. Your donation helps fuel more events like these throughout the year.
All ages and gender identities welcome.