If you live in or near Seattle, you know that our city has a vibrant art scene. From the multitude of art museums to the thriving local music scene, there’s no doubt that art holds a special place here.
That’s why last year, Starbucks, KEXP, and Seattle Theatre Group launched a series of quarterly benefit concerts to support local non-profit organizations dedicated to arts-based programming. Now in its 5th quarter, the Little Big Show (“the little show with a big effect”) is excited to support our Feel Good Checking partner Youth in Focus.
About the Show
When: January 27, 2013
Where: The Neptune
1303 Northeast 45th Street
Seattle, WA 98105
Time: Doors at 7:00pm, Show at 8:00pm
Who: The Walkmen and Father John Misty (former drummer of Seattle band Fleet Foxes)
About Youth in Focus
Youth in Focus is a non-profit organization and host of an afterschool program that uses photography training as a tool to help disadvantaged urban youth develop personal voice, positive identity, and social and artistic skills. They offer free classes for teens ages 13-19 in both film and digital photography. The classes are taught by professional artists and supported by volunteer mentors. They create a community of support that encourages and challenges their students on their journey to positive adulthood. You can view some of their students’ work here.
You can buy tickets to the Little Big Show here. 100% of ticket sales go to Youth in Focus.