Be part of SHAK's theater programs, camps, and Early Music Youth Academy

Support our 2017-18 season, including Master Finno's Songbook and a collaboration with Seattle Early Dance!

"We play in cities all over the place, and there isn't a program like this anywhere else," said Baltimore Consort musician Larry Lipkis after hearing SHAK's Early Music Youth Academy in action. It's thanks to you that Seattle Historical Arts for Kids is able to continue creating our programming -- and it's true, we don't know of any other group in the US or globally doing the work we do! Your gift gives students the one-of-a-kind opportunity to learn from and perform with experts in the field of historical performance.

Participant tuition pays just one-third of the overall cost of our programs. Your support is crucial in continuing our annual theater project, our year-round Early Music Youth Academy, and other programs including the children's historical-arts day camp program that was SHAK's point of origin more than a decade ago.

Please join us! Thank you for being part of our community.


Thank you for your support of this program!

Year round, tax-deductible financial donations can be made
online through Shunpike, our fiscal sponsor.

Tax-deductible donations by check must be
mailed as follows:

Make the check out to "Shunpike for the benefit of SHAK"
and mail it to: Shunpike, 815 Seattle Blvd S, Suite 215, Seattle WA 98134

 
Gifts made directly to SHAK are not tax-deductible:
Checks made out directly to Seattle Historical Arts for Kids can be mailed to
Seattle Historical Arts for Kids, PO Box 27472, Seattle WA 98165

Highlights from 2016-17

The Early Music Youth Academy opened for a concert by the Baltimore Consort in April on the stage of the Illsley Ball Nordstrom Recital Hall. We presented two performances of our adaptation of Handel's Serse. And in the spring we returned to SHAK's roots by re-starting our historical arts camps for children!

Highlights from 2015-16


SHAK students presented a play about the life and highly musical times of Galileo, played at Saint Mark's Cathedral, opened for BBC Tudor-history star Ruth Goodman's book tour lecture, and welcomed Shakespeare's First Folio to Seattle as featured performers at the Seattle Public Library. 

Photo top: Brandon Labadie/EMA. Below: Don Roberts. 
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Seattle Historical Arts for Kids is fiscally sponsored by Shunpike. Shunpike is the 501(c)(3) non-profit agency that provides independent arts groups in Washington State with the services, resources, and opportunities they need to forge their own paths to sustainable success.