As we celebrate Seattle Arts & Lectures’ 30th Anniversary Season, we’re giving heartfelt thanks to you for your support!
Together, we’ve accomplished a lot. You’ve been a part of bringing some of the most important writers and thinkers of our time to Seattle stages to explore challenging issues confronting us as a community. And, you’ve helped thousands of local youth discover the power of their creative voices through SAL’s Writers in the Schools (WITS) program.
Our 2016/17 Annual Report highlights the amazing work that you’ve made possible over the past year.
Looking forward, we're delighted to share with you our new Vision 2020 plan, which will guide our work for the next three years. We’ll focus on deepening our engagement with the community and building the tools to do that work. This strategic plan allows us to take risks, be brave, and create change.
As a small token of our immense gratitude for your support, I hope you’ll enjoy the lecture and poems of Ross Gay whose thoughts about cultivating delight and unabashed gratitude are both a balm and a gift for this season.
We’re deeply grateful to have you with us on this journey, and we look forward to discovering all that we’ll accomplish together in the years to come!