• The Sequim Humanities and Arts Alliance encourages and enhances the arts and culture in the Sequim-Dungeness Valley by facilitating connections and collaborations among artists, cultural organizations, educational institutions, businesses and the community. Sequim Humanities and Arts Alliance is a non-profit 501(C)3 organization incorporated in 2008 registered in Washington State and approved by the IRS to serve as the local arts council.
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  • Welcome to the Sequim Humanities and Arts Alliance

    By Renne | August 1, 2013

    Our Vision – Encourage creativity by developing a flourishing cultural environment in Sequim-Dungeness Valley to enhance the quality of life for the community and support Sequim-Dungeness Valley as a cultural destination.

    Discover more about Sequim Humanities and Arts Alliance (SHAA)

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    Sequim Humanities and Arts Alliance creates connections between different arts groups to develop cohesive projects and events to benefit the Sequim-Dungeness Valley area.

    Sequim Humanities and Arts Alliance’s Cultural Connections is a series of lectures, workshops, and performances to enriching our local community through education, exploration, and professionalism in the Arts and Humanities.

    Sequim Humanities and Arts Alliance’s Cultural Connections

    Saturday, August 17, 12 to 3 p.m.

    “Artist Trading Cards Workshop”

    Museum & Arts Center in the Sequim – Dungeness Valley at 175 West Cedar St. Downtown Sequim

    Free to the Public

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    Call for Artists

    “Small Art with Big Dreams – Artist Trading Cards” Sponsored by Sequim Humanities and Arts Alliance is at the Museum & Arts Center in the Sequim – Dungeness Valley  Aug 1 – Sept 28, 2013

    The exhibition is open to all media.

    Receiving August 31, 2013   12 PM – 3 PM

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    Our Virtual Office at the Nonprofit Commons in Second Life with a photography exhibit by Joan Consani.

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