A new home for
Sylvia Center for the Arts
Whatcom County is home to a thriving ecosystem of small performing arts organizations, but affordable space to work has been in short supply for decades.
With your support, SYLVIA CENTER FOR THE ARTS will create a new home for over a dozen small arts groups by renovating a historic industrial building in downtown Bellingham’s Arts District into a new performing arts center.
Sylvia Center will provide affordable space for artists to rehearse, teach and perform, while also creating a central hub for arts audiences to discover and enjoy locally-created music, theater, and dance.
Donate today and help create a new home for locally-created performing arts in Whatcom County!
UPCOMING EVENTS at SYLVIA CENTER
Kids’ Theater Class: Shakespeare After School | iDiOM Theater
Thursdays 4:15–5:45pm, October 19 to November 16: classes will focus on ensemble-building and delving hands-on into the best of Shakespeare, text exploration, movement, songs and scenes. Ages 10–12Learn more >
3MB – Shakespeare’s Macbeth performed by three actors! | iDiOM Theater
Don’t miss iDiOM Theater’s distinctive twist on Shakespeare’s Macbeth: all the intrigue, betrayal, and bloodshed brought to life by just three actors! Thu/Fri/Sat, October 12–28!Learn more >
Fall Training: VIEWPOINTS | iDiOM Theater
Anne Bogart and Tina Landau’s Viewpoints Method is now essential vocabulary for actors, and has been used in almost every recent iDiOM production. This physical acting class will introduce actors to the elements of this essential method, focusing on improvisation and connection.Learn more >
Fall Training: Acting Chekhov | iDiOM Theater
An advanced-level acting course focusing on the work of the great playwright Anton Chekhov. Actors will focus on one or two scenes while studying the writings and history of Chekhov. They will leave with the specific skills needed to understand and act the work of one of theater’s master playwrights.Learn more >
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Your $50 donation gets you a 20% discount on all regularly-priced shows and classes (including those offered both by iDiOM Theater, and by other resident companies) at Sylvia Center for one year!