Being a DSA member gives you access, influence and opportunity. Together, we’re shaping the future of downtown and the city. We call ourselves City Makers, and we’ve launched a new opportunity for DSA young professionals to engage with fellow members and get more involved in our work building a healthy, vibrant center city.
Our quarterly YPG event series combines a brief program with networking in a fun, relaxed atmosphere. Over light appetizers and drinks, guests will hear from DSA and learn about our latest projects and initiatives.
It’s the perfect time of year to expand your network, sample some wine and hear how DSA is working to enhance downtown parks and public spaces. At our July YPG event, held in Westlake Park, we’ll feature wines from Hand of God and Stomani Cellars, as well as live music by Seattle violinist Pasquale Santos.
This is a DSA member-only event, open to any young professional who works for a DSA member company.
Guests receive two free drink tickets upon entry. Additional pours are $5.
The event will go on rain or shine!
Previously at Young Professionals Group
ARTS at King Street Station
April 16, 2019
Attendees were treated to the first private event hosted at ARTS at King Street Station, the city’s new office of Arts & Culture. The brand-new facility includes a studio for artists in residence and a 7,500-square-foot cultural space. The gallery currently features yəhaw̓, an exhibition by Indigenous creatives.
Guests heard from Ruri Yampolsky, the city’s public art director for the Office of Arts & Culture, who explained how the vision and creativity of artists are integrated into the public realm. Don Blakeney, DSA’s vice president of Advocacy & Economic Development, discussed the importance of arts and culture in our community.
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