The Highline Classic Jazz Festival--Burien’s all-day jazz party--returns to Burien on September 19 after three years in Des Moines.
The Festival has been transformed into a community-based affordable party—more bands for less money.
Six downtown Burien and Olde Burien venues will throw open their doors to host vintage and classic jazz and blues bands. Some will provide space for dancing. The Tin Theatre will show vintage jazz films with an Introduction and Question and Answer session.
Did you miss the Burien Film Festival on April 1st? Have you ever seen the locally-produced, award-winning film “The Maury Island Incident”?
Don’t worry! The City of Burien Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services is partnering with the Burien Film Festival and “The Maury Island Incident” producers to share these treasures with the community at the fabulous Lake Burien School Park on Thursday, August 20th!
The Burien Arts Gallery, centrally located in downtown Burien, is calling for artists to apply via www.burienarts.org for consideration to have their work exhibited in the Burien Arts Gallery. We are interested in contemporary artists working on topical narratives in all genres, but specific to 2016, we would like to curate shows focusing on: