- A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
9/22 Esmé Patterson, Glass Beaches @ Fremont Abbey 6-10:30pm
- A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
Thank you for signing up to volunteer at Fremont Abbey! We would love to work with you to bring a beautiful night of music to life.
Eventbrite Volunteer Ticket required for entry (free), register here: www.fremontabbey.org/volunteer
When you show up, look for the volunteer arrows to grab your grab your nametag & snack at the volunteer checkin station.
The Roles: You will be helping with one or more of the following: 1. Setup- posting signs, setting up artist greenroom, setting up chairs, ushering people in 2. Doors- welcoming, selling tickets, scanning tickets, answering questions, etc 3. Bar- selling/taking drink tickets and concession items, pouring drinks 4. Cleanup: resetting space, putting away chairs, etc We like to keep all of our volunteers in pairs or groups for their experiences at the Abbey. Please Bring: Comfortable clothes & shoes (it is a big venue - lots of walking). Coat/Jacket Dark clothes if possible. Appropriate for an all ages venue We provide simple snacks - there are several restaurants in the vicinity to grab dinner from.
We Provide: Simple snacks & beverages Name badges of authority Staff support to answer questions Free concert (we do ask that all volunteers enjoy the show for at least 15 minutes during their shift) - most are able to catch a 30-90 minutes of the show
We Ask: -We know you all live busy lives- if you need to come a little later or leave a little earlier, do let us know as early as you can -If you are uncomfortable or not physically able to perform a task, we encourage everyone to speak up- we are happy to reassign folks since there are always other tasks. -Also, please speak up if your shift is over! With so many staff and so many wonderful volunteers, it's hard for everyone to remember when your shift may be over, and we want to respect your time. For more details about volunteer shifts, check out our volunteer handbook here: www.fremontabbey.org/aboutvolunteering
"Esmé Patterson is songwriter, gambler, singer, lover, thinker and explorer. She began as a member of the Denver Folk Pop septet, Paper Bird, and has written two records as a solo act including "All Princes, I" and her second and most recent release, "Woman to Woman", which is a concept album of responses from female characters in a broad range of well known love songs. The Guardian called it "defiant and witty", the New York Times found her voice "wiry and candid" with songs that "hint at mystery and mortality". Audiotree touts "By putting herself in the minds of characters like Jolene, Eleanor Rigby, and Billie Jean, Patterson has crafted a witty, dark, and intimate twist on the popular tracks." Esmé performs in multiple incarnations. She adds members to raise the volume and cadence of her tunes but remains powerful alone. Patterson is a magnetic performer and has appeared on the Leno, Conan and Letterman programs. Her co-writing with Shakey Graves led to sold out shows nationwide and millions of downloads of their collaborations. Esmé lives in Portland, Oregon, happily small under tall trees." -Artist Bio
About Fremont Abbey Arts Center
4272 FREMONT AVE N, SEATTLE, WA 98103, US
Our mission is to curate vibrant & welcoming spaces where people of all ages and incomes can grow in their artistic & social development through arts & cultural experiences. Abbey Arts focuses on music, dance, visual, literary and culinary arts in formats including multi-arts performances, group classes & workshops, individual lessons, new exhibits, community gatherings, and artistic life celebrations.
We are a nonprofit arts organization presenting and curating creative events at unusual spaces around Seattle and at our home venue, Fremont Abbey Arts Center. We create experiences where people can learn & develop through education & performance in many different art mediums. Striving to be acommunity driven, volunteer powered organization in North Seattle, the Abbey is a comfortable & welcoming space where a wide variety of people from different income levels, skills, ethnicities & backgrounds interact. Both art students & the general public experience high quality performances by artists from Seattle and around the world. Abbey Arts programs are non-religious.
Built in 1914 the Fremont Abbey is a beautiful old brick church building (originally St Paul’s Lutheran) that went from being vacant in the late 90s, to being a temporary shelter, and then undergoing major renovations in late 2007. Major work culminated March 2008 with a Grand Re-opening party and ongoing improvements do continue each year. Abbey Arts Director, Nathan Marion ( www.LonelyBuildings.com), managed the renovation & "greening of the Abbey" project including final designs & interiors.
4272 Fremont Avenue NorthSeattleSeattle, WA 98103
September 9, 2021
- Music Arts
- People 55+
- 4.5 hours
- Volunteers must wear masks at all times and show proof of COVID vaccination or negative test result within 72 hours of show time.