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 22, 2017, 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 Cristina Valdez will be the featured artist playing Ravel’s extraordinary “Concerto for the Left Hand,

 For more info on this year's concert, please click here.

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 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

Jessica Nguyen receiving her scholarship certificate

The 2017 winner of the Allied Arts Scholarship award is Jessica Nguyen, a student at Hazen High School.  Jessica applied for the scholarship asking if Allied Arts would help her purchase a new trumpet since her old trumpet was falling apart.

Hazen band director Christopher Coy, in his letter of recommendation, stated that Jessica visited his classroom in the spring of 2016 and asked about joining the band program.  Since Jessica, a sophomore, was a beginner, Mr. Coy told her she could only join the band if she become competent on the trumpet before the start of the next school year. She would have to take lessons and work hard.  Jessica accepted the challenge, purchased a trumpet and studied on her own.  She attended summer band camp in 2016 and quickly became a role model to the younger students with regards to effort, attitude and endurance.   

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>