Calendar Submissions

Rules & FAQ

Please allow at least 14 days for your event to be added to the calendar. Inclusion in the calendar is not guaranteed, and all submissions are subject to review and approval by the Arts Council. We reserve the right to edit submissions for content and space considerations.

Events submitted to the Arts Council Event Calendar need to meet all of these requirements:

1) The event is Arts Related (music, dance, theater, visual, culinary, etc)
2) The event is connected to the Shoreline or Lake Forest Park Communities
3) The presenting organization is a community group, PTSA, non-profit organization or has a partnership with the Arts Council.

 

FAQ

I’m a local artist and I have a show/concert/book signing coming up. Will you put my reception on your calendar?

First off: Congratulations on your show! If you’re a current member of the Arts Council we’d be honored to post your event on the calendar. Not a member? Become one today.

I submitted an event, why isn’t it posted on the calendar?

If you submitted your event more than 14 days ago and still don’t see it on the Events Calendar double check that the event met our submission requirements. If you feel it did, please feel free to contact us at publicity@shorelinearts.net

I found this image on the internet that I think works really well for my event. Can I use that for my image submission?

No. Please get permission from the copyright holder before you use an image. Who knows, it may turn into a beautiful relationship!

 

 

The following forms of content shall not be allowed at any time for any reason:
a) Profane language or content.
b) Content that promotes, fosters, or perpetuates discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, age, religion, gender, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, national origin, physical or mental disability or sexual orientation.
c) Sexual content or links to sexual content.
d) Solicitations of commerce (ticket sales are fine, but not “Sale at XYZ Gallery”)
e) Conduct or encouragement of illegal activity.
f) Information that may compromise the safety or security of the public or public systems.
g) Content that violates a legal ownership interest of any other party