The Amadeus Project provides educational opportunities in the arts; we support and encourage the creation and appreciation of music, the visual arts, and literature; and we strive to make these art forms accessible to all members of our community.
In pursuit of these goals, The Amadeus Project
- maintains an established, non-profit center for performing and visual arts in downtown Bellingham;
- provides music and art education irrespective of students’ ability to pay;
- offers a program of piano instruction that emphasizes creativity and improvisation;
- provides exhibit space and teaches gallery techniques to emerging visual artists at no charge;
- offers free gallery space to established visual artists;
- maintains an attractive auditorium with excellent acoustics that seats 100 and can be reserved for arts events;
- provides both facilities and support for musicians, poets, visual artists, theater groups, school children, and music teachers to present programs, display art work, teach and learn;
- brings local performing and visual artists together with thousands of people in our community to enjoy and take part in the arts.
The Amadeus Project (TAP)
2011 Bellingham Mayor's Arts Award Recipient for enhancing the community through significant contributions in the Arts.
The Amadeus Project is an established, non-profit performing and visual arts center in the heart of downtown Bellingham. TAP provides music education to students of all ages, irrespective of their ability to pay. Music instruction utilizes the piano and emphasizes improvisation and creativity as well as technique.
The Amadeus Project also provides local performers and audiences with an auditorium featuring excellent acoustics, a stage, two excellent concert grand pianos, and seating for 100. TAP provides gallery space and instruction to emerging artists in gallery techniques, and participates in the monthly Downtown Bellingham ArtWalk. Musicians, poets, visual artists, dance troupes, theater groups, and piano teachers make use of the space to present concerts, display art work, and teach. Thousands of people in our community visit TAP to enjoy or take part in these activities. Know that it is due to your generous contributions that we can offer such diverse artistic opportunities to the good people of Bellingham.
It is the policy of the The Amadeus Project not to illegally discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its concert hall usage.