About the venue (actual, real-world site) where the FIC Art of Community Event be hosted.
TBD: public, non-residential space in greater Seattle area
List of Prospects
- Community Colleges
- West Seattle
- Seattle Center
- NW Rooms
- Other spaces at Seattle Center?
- Local conference centers?
- Don't want a ritzy location
- High Schools
Built out for Cascadia/UW Bothell
North Creek Cafe (for "trade show" and large group plenaries)
Friday, 9/8: 10am to 10pm Saturday, 9/9: 8am to 10pm Sunday, 9/10: 8am to 7pm
5 Classrooms (green room, registration, etc.)
Friday, 9/8: 10am to 10pm Sunday, 9/10: 5pm to 7pm
10 Classrooms (green room, registration, etc. plus break-out sessions)
Saturday, 9/9: 9am to 10pm Sunday, 9/10: 8am to 5pm
Outdoor Area (for opening and closing)
Friday, 9/8: 2pm to 3pm Sunday, 9/10: 4pm to 5pm
Note: the above is made up based on an email from Ma'ikwe and some hand-wave assumptions about when activity might start in preparation (Friday 10am) for the event's actual start (Friday 2pm??) and 2 hours for tear-down (starting after the public ending at 5pm)
(Neither South Seattle Community College conference center, nor the S. Lk Union Park bldg. is available. -SF)
Relevant Venue Experience
Syd Fredrickson has professional experience as an event coordinator using various venues in the Seattle area, including Seattle Center for the 2001 Co-opportunities event.
Craig Ragland has professional experience using the Paramount Theater for various events during his stint as a consultant and full-time employee at the Theatre. Events included the Theatre's Grand Re-opening (featuring the Seattle Opening Performance of Miss Saigon), which followed a major rennovation, and Cyberian Rhapsody, which featured the Seattle Symphony and various musicians known for their Seattle area connections.
Fred Lanphear has site-related experience with many non-profit community events, including events for the NW Inst. of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, One Sky Medicine, [NW Intentional Communities Assocation]], Songaia Community Institute of Cultural Affairs (ICA) and Institute of Noetic Sciences.