Inclusive Creative Industries Reports

Local, national, and global leaders are prioritizing the creative industries.  Learn more about these efforts through the data, narrative, and initiatives being implemented. 

The Office of Economic Development: 2019 Creative Economy Report: There’s Something About Seattle

2019 Film Industry Roundtables: Summary of Findings & Recommendations

The Office of Arts & Culture: 2019 A Community-Centered Roadmap Toward and Equitable and Inclusive Creative Economy in Seattle.

The University of Washington: 2019 Assessing the Creative Economy of Seattle through a Race & Equity Lens

Special Events Vision and Strategy Report 2020-2025
Seattle is a global leader in hosting and producing festivals and events by ensuring accessible and equitable cultural experiences for all residents and communities, attracting, and inspiring visitors, and elevating the identity and profile of the city in the world. Seattle is developing this vision for its Special Events program to be an integrated, comprehensive citywide set of services, systems and policies that support and advance events in the public realm which further Seattle’s identity, visibility, and sense of belonging. 

Seattle Content Technology Initiative Final Report and Cluster Map

Film and Music

Markham McIntyre, Director
Address: 700 5th Ave, Suite 5752, Seattle, WA, 98104
Mailing Address: PO Box 94708, Seattle, WA, 98124-4708
Phone: (206) 684-8993

The Office of Film and Music is devoted to promoting Seattle's film and music industries. The Seattle Film and Music Office is a streamlined resource for all of your film and music needs.