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2022 Award Winners


Jack Malek
HeART Award

Jack has worked with and supported ShoreLake Arts for many years. As a sponsor, a student, a volunteer and a patron Jack's energy and enthusiasm help ShoreLake Arts as we work to expand our programming to better serve our community. . 


A local Realtor, Jack's been a Shoreline resident for 21 years. Originally a Physician's Assistant from the southwest, Jack moved to Shoreline with his wife and son. Jack developed a love for the arts through an elementary school music program, and later acting in local theater. Jack is a longtime admirer and patron of the arts.

If you ever want to talk about music, science, the arts or the changing nature of our communities, Jack is the one to call.

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Shoreline Community College Department of Film, Drama and Cinema
Community pARTner Award

For decades ShoreLake Arts has been fortunate to partner with Shoreline Community College in many ventures. We are delighted to honor the work of the Film, Drama, and Cinema Department. We honor them for making excellent, engaging film and theater education broadly accessible and for their commitment to promoting emerging artists.


Led by accomplished actors, directors, writers, designers and technicians, the Department is a community of faculty, students and industry working together to create theater and film productions.


Faculty members  have decades of experience in all aspects of producing for stage and screen, including acting, writing, producing, editing, cinematography and directing.

For the past six years ShoreLake Arts has been privileged to present the Shoreline Short Short Film Festival and other events in the College's recently renovated 360-seat state-of-the-art theater. The Theater also hosts  the Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF) and a variety of both student- and faculty-led plays, musicals and operas.

As members of the Shoreline Film Office, ShoreLake Arts and the Film, Drama, and Cinema Department work in collaboration with the City of Shoreline to promote film production and filmmakers in our area. 

Tina Lang
Robert Lang

Robert & Tina Lang
Community Arts Impact Award

We're delighted to present the 2022 Community Impact award to Tina and Robert in recognition of their immeasurable contributions to the music industry, both at home and around the world.

For the past 47 years, Robert and Tina Lang have co-owned Robert Lang Studios, a major recording studio in Shoreline WA.


Working with artists like Madonna, Queen, Dolly Parton and Lenny Kravitz, Tina is nationally recognized for her innovation . In 2020 Tina formed Robert Lang Studios Academy, a vocational school for aspiring music producers and audio engineers. 


After living with MS for over 40 years, Tina is an advocate and mentor for the National MS Society and is determined to find a cure for MS and other autoimmune diseases in her lifetime.

A Seattle native, Robert has poured his heart and soul into the recording studio since 1973. Artists including Nirvana, Dave Matthews, Foo Fighters, Alice In Chains, Soundgarden, Steven and Damian Marley, and Peter Frampton have called the studio their home. Through the decades, Robert and his team have recorded hundreds of local artists like The Sonics, Death Cab for Cutie and  Macklemore.

Robert still enjoys studio tech work and being a mentor to many.  He's even considering including a small recording studio in the Punta Mita home he's building, with plans to “eventually” retire there.

"Working with ShoreLake Arts, in particular the Battle of the Bands has been very rewarding, ... I love discovering new local talent and finding a way to help them succeed."

Tina Liberio Lang


Sandra Garcia Arceo

Sandra Garcia-Arceo
Artist Spotlight Award

We are pleased to honor Sandra with our inaugural Artist Spotlight Award. The filmmaker behind the first BIPOC Film Project, Sandra created three short films celebrating BIPOC business owners in Shoreline.  


A Latina filmmaker, director, writer, producer, who was born and raised in the greater Seattle area, Sandra. studied film production at Shoreline Community College. Since graduation, Sandra has worked as a freelance filmmaker. In 2021 she received the BIPOC Film Project Grant, where she helped spotlight Black Coffee Northwest, Plaza Latina and Teriyaki Plus, through her company Alma Mía Productions. Alma Mía Productions focuses on producing an array of stories including short films, documentaries and commercials.

Past Recipients

HeART Award

Don Bell - 2021

Bob Pfeiffer - 2019

Susan Talley - 2018

Pam Thompson - 2017

Lynn & Dave Cheeney - 2016

Robin & Keith McClelland - 2015

Ken Noreen - 2014

John & Karen Thielke - 2012

Marianne Gutteridge - 2011

Scott Keeny - 2010

Larry & Jeanne Monger - 2009

Herb & Gloria Bryce - 2008

Ros Bird - 2007

Colleen Jablonski, Susanna Johnson, & Wily Clark - 2006

Jeff Lewis - 2004

Community pARTner Award

JHP Legacy - 2021

Community Arts Impact Award

ZhenLun Li - 2021

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