Audioasis benefit for Rainy Dawg Radio, 4/7Posted: 2012-04-07 06:34:55
Tonight, Saturday, April 7th, the Audioasis Community Partnerships Benefit show at The Sunset in Ballard will feature The Grizzled Mighty with Strong Killings and Consignment. Each band has generously donated their performances in support of Rainy Dawg Radio.
This month, KEXP’s Community Partnership Initiative, is proud to spotlight Rainy Dawg Radio, founded in 2002 by a student-led task force looking to establish a radio station at The University of Washington. Their mission is to offer UW students a unique artistic outlet, to facilitate connections with the greater music community, and to provide ongoing educational opportunities in the field of broadcasting. Like KEXP, Rainy Dawg encourages uniquely personal interactions between DJs and listeners at a time when tastemaking algorithms appear to be taking over the music industry. They’re an entirely student-owned and run, and serve as a vital educational resource for undergraduate and graduate students at the UW.
KEXP’s Community Partnership Initiative: NFFTYPosted: 2012-03-01 15:00:20
This month, KEXP’s Community Partnership Initiative, is proud to spotlight the NFFTY, National Film Festival for Talented Youth, the largest and most influential film festival for young filmmakers, age 22 and under. NFFTY occurs each Spring in Seattle and includes more than 250 screenings of films from more than 40 states and 20 countries.
On Saturday, March 3, the Audioasis Community Partnerships Benefit show at The Sunset in Ballard will feature Pollens with Katie Kate and Posse. Each band has generously donated their performances to benefit NFFTY, National Film Festival for Talented Youth.
Audioasis Community Spotlight: Hepatitis Education ProjectPosted: 2012-01-14 22:20:02
This month, KEXP’s Community Partnership Initiative, is pleased to spotlight the Hepatitis Education Project, a non-profit organization that’s committed supporting and advocating for people affected by hepatitis and to helping raise hepatitis awareness amongst patients, medical professionals and the general public. Five things you can do right now to get involved with the Hepatitis EducationRead more...
KEXP’s Community Partnership Initiative: The Emergency Feeding ProgramPosted: 2011-12-16 14:15:02
This month, KEXP’s Community Partnership Initiative is pleased to spotlight The Emergency Feeding Program, a NW organization who works in collaboration with over 130 organizations to distribute 15 different varieties of nutritionally balanced, culturally appropriate, and diet specific food bags to hungry individuals and families throughout King County. Here are five things you can doRead more...