Icicle Creek Visiting Artist Series

Connecting touring artists with students of all ages.

Inspiring the next generation of creators

The ICCA Visiting Artist Series brings in performing artists from around the Pacific Northwest and beyond who both teach and demonstrate their creative processes in the classroom and through performance. Artists travel directly to schools to meet, perform for and work with students during the week and then cap off their visit with a full concert at Icicle Creek’s Snowy Owl Theater.

To learn more about how the Icicle Creek Visiting Artist Series works click here.

Sponsored By

SLF
NEA

Upcoming at Icicle Creek Center for the Arts

Jayme Stone
Live Performances, Visiting Artist Series
Oct
19
Oct 19 7:00pm
$12-22

Juno Award winning musician and composer returns as part of the LAB, introducing new music created, in part, at Icicle Creek!

Alchemy Tap Project
Live Performances, Visiting Artist Series
Oct
26
Oct 26 7:00pm
$12-22

High energy show from the young, dynamic tap dance group from Seattle

Justin Kauflin
Live Performances, Visiting Artist Series
Nov
17
Nov 17 7:00pm
$12-22

Award-winning jazz pianist, composer, producer, educator and Quincy Jones Artist.

Andre Feriante and Troy Chapman
Live Performances, Visiting Artist Series
Feb
22
Feb 22 7:00pm
$12-22

Cythara: The History of the World According to the Guitar 

Mandy Harvey
Live Performances, Visiting Artist Series
Mar
16
Mar 16 7:00pm
$16-32

The award-winning singer, songwriter, and inspirational speaker who lost her hearing at the age of nineteen returns to Icicle Creek.

Chris Morgan: BEARTREK
Film, Visiting Artist Series, Lectures
Mar
23
Mar 23 7:00pm
$12-20

The ecologist and award-winning conservationist, educator, TV host and film producer brings his newest film to Icicle Creek.

Billy McLaughlin
Live Performances, Visiting Artist Series
Mar
30
Mar 30 7:00pm
$12-22

Billy McLaughlin is astounding audiences with both his story and his music.

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