Window Seat Media

Sharing our stories. Strengthening our communities.

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Services & Impact

A vibrant democratic society depends on community dialogue, deep listening, and civic engagement. Help us spark conversation, connection, and social change in the South Sound and beyond through community-based oral history and storytelling work. We deeply value all donations, both large or small. Thank you in advance for whatever you are able to give!

Ready to level up your support? Subscribe to our Friends of Community Storytelling Program and become a monthly donor or "subscriber" today!

  • ‍Friends - $5+/ month
  • ‍Neighbors - $10/ month
  • ‍Connectors - $25/ month
  • ‍Cultivators - $50/ month
  • ‍Champions - $100+/ month

Window Seat Media

PO Box 2733, Olympia, WA 98506

Window Seat Media is a 501c3 tax-exempt organization.

Our tax ID number is 81-1200465.

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Until: 12/31/2024 12:00am

Creativity Salons

Window Seat is hosting a space to support community members to come together and learn from and with one another. Come work on a creative project, build skills in your chosen artistic practice, and gain insight from other creatives during your process.

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Until: 01/1/2025 12:00am

Friends of Community Storytelling Program

Make a tax-deductible donation to Window Seat Media today. We deeply value all gifts, both large or small. Thank you for your gift!

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Upcoming Events

08/29/2024 6:00pm - 8:00pm

Gleaning Wisdom from Our Neighbors

Storytelling Circle & Annual Gathering

We have rescheduled our annual gathering for the evening of Thursday, August 29th. After having to postpone our May gathering, we're excited to celebrate our community engagement this past year with our dearest friends at a storytelling circle event.

08/16/2024 9:30am - 08/17/2024 12:30pm

Summer Institute

Oral history for the classroom & community

Learn how to lead a community-based oral history project in your classroom or community. Participants grow skills in project development, archival research methods, oral history interviewing, audio recording, and ethical best practices for documenting community and family histories. This offering is ideal for middle and high school teachers, librarians, professionals working in arts and culture fields, or anyone interested in facilitating an ethical, community-based research project using oral history methods.