The Hidmo Community Empowerment Project is looking for a few motivated young people. The internship is geared towards middle school and high school students who are interested in community activism, grassroots organizing, marketing and outreach, event planning, or working to support and promote local and/or independent art. They are looking for two outreach & marketing interns to work 10hrs per week from January 2010 until June 2010. Interns will work independently and with staff to help ensure the success of Hidmo entertainment and community engagement programs. Upcoming programs that interns will help to do outreach for include, MLK Weekend hip-hop show featuring Binary Star, Massive Monkees, D.Black, Canary Sing with DJ Mark Sense and host Vitamin D; community forum on the State of Youth in the Central District; Hidmo Central District Media Justice Campaign; general HCEP & Hidmo meetings and events. All those interested in applying should call 206.328.7088 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a meeting.
For a free night out enriched with music, head out to Hidmo. The Central Area restaurant is hosting a free summer concert series, called “Live @ Hidmo,” with such Seattle artists as Laura “Piece” Kelley, Orbitron and J. Pinder. “We want to make local talent accessible to the local community,” said Rahwa Habte, Hidmo’s managing owner. All sorts of music will be represented every Friday — soul, spoken-word, funk, pop, rock and hip-hop. And shows are all-ages. The setting is an intimate family atmosphere, where the Who’s Who of the local arts community go to relax and sit back as audience members.
Seattle’s THEE Satisfaction is being filmed this evening by MTV for a segment called $5 Cover, a reality show starring young Seattle bands directed by Lynn Shelton(!). If you want to come out to Hidmo in the Central District today for the filming, they need extras. But in order to be an extra on the set, you need to email email@example.com ASAP and he’ll get you on the list. You’ve got to be available from 4 p.m.–10 p.m.