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Many served wide-ranging audiences including youth, seniors and the homeless. An opening event will take place at New Holly Gathering Hall. Youth Artist Showcase Event is a concert at Fremont Abbey Arts Center that features the works of youth artists who participated in an artist-training program that builds their business and artistic collaboration skills.
Is a series of traditional movement and storytelling classes at Youngstown Cultural Arts Center. It will provide a platform for artists to sell their work and engage in their community, network, promote and sell their artwork as well as have performances and activities for the whole family.
The performance will take place at Base in Georgetown. The book will be accompanied by a discussion at Columbia City Library about personal transformation, a nation in transition from a visitor's experience and the effects of the rafting industry on the local economy.
The show will feature 2D, 3D and performance-based works by 12 artists of color to examine how Eurocentric narratives may limit and inhibit the types of work that artists of color are expected to make.
The project featured 75 regional and national artists to paint murals inside a warehouse on Beacon Hill. The Intimacy of Collaboration is a weeklong project offering educational workshops, culminating in a musical performance.
The project aims to build intergenerational bridges while working with professional musicians.
The play will examine environmental protection issues and partner with community and environmental organizations. The performance will blend Hip Hop with classic literature and themes, and use cutting edge installation art and lighting technology to create a unique experience.
Bringing Fishers Back to Washington". The mural will be a 22'x11' canvas mural of a fisher's forest habitat and will incorporate locally-made illustrations of the species.
The finished quilt will be on display in various locations. The pieces are created by layers of photographic prints and reflective surfaces. Writing Complex of Characters of Color is a workshop intended to explore with writers of color how they portray characters from a wide variety of races and backgrounds.
The workshop will take place in South Seattle. The exhibit will also feature several public talks with representatives across sectors of health and policy as well as people living with dementia and their caregivers. Events will also include a Bird Walk through Discovery Park. Celebrating Little Ethiopia is an all-day event that features live performances of contemporary and traditional music and dance from East Africa to take place in the Central District.
The lectures will feature Emory Douglas and Kenny Hara. The pieces will explore human relationships, breath and fire and be performed at Velocity Dance Center and accompanied by free workshops to schools and community centers throughout Seattle.
Oxford that will premiere at Velocity Dance that examines the ideas around human existence.
First Hill, Second to None is a video project featuring residents of First Hill, describing their perfect afternoon-evening in the neighborhood that will feature cultural and artistic opportunities as well as businesses and public spaces. The process will culminate in a public exhibition at Fremont Abbey Arts Center.Grant Gopher provides the latest information about available grants for nonprofit organizations, schools and government municipalities.
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