Allied Arts of Renton

Our organization has been fostering art and culture in our community for over fifty years – sponsoring events like the Chalk Art Contest, the Fall Family Concert, and volunteering at and supporting the Annual Art Show.  We are also active in following the City of Renton’s Cultural Master Plan.

Fall Family Concert

Sunday, October 14, 2018, 2 p.m.

IKEA Performing Arts Center, 400 South 2nd St. Renton

As part of a community outreach program, SPO presents a Fall Family Concert sponsored by Allied Arts of Renton at a price you can afford. Adults $8, seniors $5 and Students $3.

Pianist Milica Jelaca Jovanovic will be the featured artist playing Chopin’s hauntingly beautiful, Piano Concerto No. 1. 

Tickets are available at L.A. Frames, 308 3rd Street in downtown Renton and King and Bunny’s, 4608 Sunset Blvd in the Highlands. Tickets are also sold at the box
office the day of the concert. For further information call
206-772-6528 or 425-255-5145

Support the Arts!!

Become a member of Allied Arts of Renton – or make a donation – and help support the arts in Renton! There are two ways to show your support.

Online Visit the Renton Regional Community Foundation Web site and make an online donation using your credit card via a secure online form.

By Mail Download this form, print it, and mail it with your check.

Allied Arts is an all-volunteer 501 c 3 nonprofit organization, and all membership dues and contributions are tax deductible. Membership dues support newsletters, mailings and brochures. Thank you for helping us keep the arts alive and well in Renton!

Scholarship Program

Fifteen-year old Solana Jenkins was selected as the winner of the 2018 annual Arts Alive for Youth Scholarship. She is a junior at Liberty High School this fall and is busy practicing with the Liberty High School Marching band. The band was just reestablished after several years’ absence. Solana who has been studying the trumpet for five years, is following in the steps of her mother, who also played the trumpet in the Liberty High Band.

The AAR board set up scholarships in cultural arts fields to be awarded to students between the ages of 12-19. The purpose of the scholarships is to encourage and help talented young students to further training in their chosen artistic field. In her application, Solana wrote, “This scholarship will be used for music supporting materials and lessons for trumpet, different mutes required for music types, music stand, music itself, and hopefully an upgrade to my trumpet.” She has been included in multiple advanced bands in middle school and high school. She also wrote, “I hope to continue this passion through college and beyond in any capacity. I absolutely love playing trumpet. It provides me with an outlet to help me through all other challenges.”

After she found out she was a recipient, she said, “I am so thankful and excited to be able to expand my musical knowledge. It will really be of help to acquire materials that I need. I think this scholarship program is very effective in helping young people to pursue their talents.”

 

 

Our scholarship was established to encourage and help talented young students further their training in their artistic field whatever that may be.

Students may apply in all areas of visual or performing arts.
Deadline is 5pm, Tuesday, March 1, 2018. Questions? Email Jim-Char@comcast.net.

Learn about the Scholarship Program and get the application>