The Arts Council offers a wide range of programing from one-on-one artists experiences to 450 seat performances. Please explore our website to learn more our programs.
Shoreline Arts Festival
Held on the last weekend in June, the Shoreline Arts Festival is a cornerstone community event drawing 10,000 attendees. There is something creative and fun for everyone at this free two-day festival of the Arts!
Arts & Culture Events
Our premiere performance/community programming, Arts & Culture events are scheduled during the winter months as a great way to go out, beat the cold, and bask in the warmth of community.
Early exposure to the arts is so vitally important for a child’s development, and it’s a ton of fun. Enjoy a show together as a family, or encourage your young ones to take the stage themselves in our annual Missoula Children’s Theatre performance.
Concerts in the Park
On Wednesday evenings in July and August, rain or shine, the concerts play! Bring the family, friends, a picnic and enjoy the free show, featuring a wide range of musical and theater performances.
Artists in Schools
Providing Pre-K to12th grade arts education throughout the Shoreline School District since 1993, Artists in Schools is one of our proudest achievements. We raise most of the program’s funding at the annual Gala for the Arts, with additional support from the Shoreline Public Schools Foundation, government and foundation grants.
August Arts Camp
A week-long camp where students explore several areas of the arts with accomplished teaching artists. Students choose a main area of artistic study, then choose two elective classes. For 3rd-6th graders.
Shoreline Jazz Camp
Young musicians learn and play with some of the region’s most accomplished teachers and performers. The camp includes instruction in large and small ensembles, and a series of master classes to refine their individual skills and understanding of Jazz. And an opportunity to perform at the North City Jazz Walk. For 7th-12 graders.
Lake Forest Park Sketchcrawl
Bringing artists out of the studio and into the public sphere, the Sketchcrawl encourages artistic exploration through conversations with working artists and experiments with new artistic mediums.
The Gallery at Town Center
Our not-for-profit gallery features jewelry, ceramics, glass, gifts, as well as changing art exhibits by over 90 local artists.
Create & Make! Workshops
Try something new, explore your creative side, shake up your routine, and experiment with a new art form. These short workshops are low cost, and require no previous experience, so jump right in. The new schedule will be announced by the end of summer.
Business workshops tailor made for artists and crafters, these low-cost fall workshops help artists follow good business practices so they can focus on creating!
Gala for the Arts – Dinner & Benefit Auction
Our premiere fundraiser, the Annual Gala provides much needed funds to help support the Artist in Schools program. Gala guests enjoy the fun and entertainment during the upscale social event.
Scholarships, Arts Mini Grants, Community Project Grants
The Arts Council believes that creative activities are essential to the well being of everyone in our community. We offer a variety of ways to help individuals, groups, and organizations.