Representing nearly 30 years of youth development and creative cultivation through glassblowing, GATHER includes work from 21 Hilltop Artists alumni with artistic practices rooted in the Tacoma community.
Featuring a variety of contemporary glass artworks from vessels and sculptures to neon and installations as well as paintings and mixed media, GATHER highlights the outcomes and reach of the Hilltop Artists program while shining a light on opportunity gaps faced by these artists, many of whom have not yet been included in exhibitions on this scale. Curated by Trenton Quiocho, Hilltop Artist alum (2008), and current Teaching Artist. Presented in collaboration with Tacoma Art Museum.
GATHER: 27 Years of Hilltop Artists will be on view at TAM from March 26 through September 4, 2022.
Stay tuned for events throughout the run of the exhibition!
Artists featured in GATHER include: Douglas Jan Burgess II, Dale Chihuly, Candida Delgadillo, Taylor Haunhorst, Daria Hembree, Jessica Hogan, Dani Kaes, Cassandra Kuring, Emily Martin, Jason McDonald, Jason Mouer, Shayne Nutter, Trenton Quiocho, David Rios, Luis Sanchez, Samantha Scalise, Italo Scanga, Evan Schauss, Zane Scott, Ellye Sevier, Tony Sorgenfrei, Jesse Sorgenfrei, Jack Spitzer, Edgar Valentine, and Jacob Willcox.
Washington State Historical Society
Purchase tickets at the museum’s admissions desk or online.
All the Sacrifices You’ve Made / Todos los Sacrificios Que has Hecho
A Project by Borderland Collective
February 5 – October 16, 2022
All the Sacrifices You’ve Made / Todos Los Sacrificios Que Has Hecho is a collaboration between students and staff from the College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) at the University of Washington and Borderland Collective, an arts collective from Texas. Participants curated photos from their family albums, made new photographs, and recorded their oral histories. The resulting exhibition creates a uniquely personal connection between the viewer and the families and serves as an acknowledgment of the contributions, resilience, joys, and sacrifices made by farmworkers from the Eastern Washington agricultural regions of Yakima and Wenatchee.
Hear from Borderland Collective’s curators Jason Reed and Mark Menjivar along with Luz M. Iginuez, former director of CAMP at the University of Washington, in this program presented on Jan. 29, 2022:
The exhibition was created by Borderland Collective’s Mark Menjivar and Jason Reed with CAMP staff and students including Luz Iniguez, Natalia Esquivel Silva, Orfil Olmos, Gabriela Ruiz, Moises Mendez, and Alondra Torres.
In the adjacent gallery, this contemporary exhibition is complemented by a selection of archival items from the Washington State Historical Society’s collections exploring the political and economic histories of land and labor in the region.
When the All The Sacrifices You Have Made / Todos Los Sacrificios Que Has Hecho ends, the family photographs and oral histories will be added to the WSHS permanent collections, preserving these meaningful histories for generations to come.
African Community Housing and Development
2022 Season Starts MAY 14th!
See you there!
2nd & 4th Saturdays
May through October
10am – 2pm
Mano A Mano Family Center
Deseándoles un buen inicio de semana
Les compartimos información para poder hacer su cita y obtener una caja de comida Gratis!
Recuerde llamar a los números que aquí aparecen.
Wishing you a great start to the week
We want to share information that might help you obtain a box of food for Free!
Remember to call the numbers that appear on the flyer
503-363-1895- Northgate Center Location
503-315-2290- Colonia Libertad Location
The moment so many have been waiting for has finally arrived! Ayame Kai will be hosting a Summer Craft Fair on Saturday, June 25th from 10-2!! This parking lot event hosts vendors with unique arts and crafts, treasured collectibles. Also includes baked goods for snacks and treats. Proceeds benefit Keiro Northwest Programs: Nikkei Manor – Assisted Living Facility; and Kokoro Kai – Senior Activity Program.
4601 6th Ave S (Uwajimaya Corporate Office)
Seattle – just east of the 4th Ave S Costco
This Event is posted on their Facebook
Henry Art Gallery
Seattle , WA
This focused selection for the Henry’s mezzanine features recent photographs by Paul Mpagi Sepuya (b. 1982, San Bernardino, CA) that represent his interest in how pictures are made, seen, and circulated. It is presented on the occasion of Sepuya’s 2022 Monsen Photography Lecture, occurring June 17, 2022. This annual presentation brings key makers and thinkers in photographic practice to the Henry. Named after Dr. Elaine Monsen, the series is designed to further knowledge about and appreciation for the art of photography.
Paul Mpagi Sepuya (b. 1982, San Bernardino, CA) is a Los Angeles-based artist working in photography and Associate Professor in Media Arts at the University of California, San Diego. His work is in the collections of the Baltimore Museum of Art; the Guggenheim Museums; the J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles; the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the Studio Museum in Harlem; and the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, among others. Recent exhibitions include solo presentations at Vielmetter Los Angeles and the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, Omaha, a survey of work at the Contemporary Art Museum, St. Louis, and a project for the 2019 Whitney Biennial. Most recently, Sepuya’s solo exhibition, Stage, was on view at Document in Chicago, and a publication co-curated and produced with TBW Books is forthcoming.
Henry Art Gallery
Seattle , WA
Across his artistic practice, ektor garcia (b. 1985, Red Bluff, California) challenges the hierarchies of gendered and racialized labor, combining a queer punk sensibility with the handcraft traditions of Mexico, his ancestral homeland.
In textiles, ceramics, and metalwork, frequently in combination with found materials, garcia engages vernacular and craft practices historically cast in diminutive or marginalized roles, ascribing renewed value through intimate, ritual processes. The resulting objects are hybrid in nature—both malleable and solid, dense and porous, sharp and tender—evoking the body and its labor as a source of pleasure and pain, rupture and healing. Pieces are often reconfigured; textiles are made and unmade. Undoing the knots is as important as reknotting to find new points of connection and possibility. For his exhibition at the Henry, garcia worked with faculty, staff, and students at the University of Washington’s Ceramic and Metal Arts Building to create a series of new linked-chain sculptures made in ceramic, copper, and glass. Comprised of individual, interlocking links, these chains will form a series of mutual and contingent relationships across their constitutive parts as they suspend and drape throughout the double-height volume of the gallery. Integrated among the linked-chain sculptures, garcia will install a collection of objects from his Mexico City studio, along with butterflies made of crocheted copper wire that escape the confines of the gallery and inhabit interstitial spaces of the museum. A complimentary exhibition publication will accompany the exhibition.
Henry Art Gallery
Seattle , WA
Henry Art Gallery
Seattle , WA
The Henry is pleased to present the University of Washington’s School of Art + Art History + Design Master of Fine Arts and Master of Design thesis exhibition. Throughout their programs, fine arts and design students work with advisers and other artists to develop advanced techniques, expand concepts, discuss critical issues, and emerge with a vision and direction for their own work. Henry staff conduct two studio visits and work closely with the students to facilitate their projects and prepare them for exhibition at the museum. A digital publication is produced in conjunction with the exhibition to highlight the students’ artistic endeavors and the Henry’s commitment to this exciting and important step in the students’ development as practicing artists and designers.
Kent International Festival
International Festival is a celebration of the cultural diversity represented in the greater Kent community. We believe that, through coming together and celebrating our various heritages with respect and understanding, we build a stronger and wider sense of community that is inclusive of all.
Native Arts & Cultures Foundation (NACF)
The Native Arts and Cultures Foundation is pleased to announce its inaugural exhibition at the Center for Native Arts and Cultures in Portland, Oregon. “Where the Waters Come Together” explores Indigenous perspectives of our relationships with rivers and oceans. The exhibition features Native artists responding to fundamental questions around cultural buoyancy, biodiversity protection, food sources and material necessities, and the realities of the colonial reshaping of traditional access to waterways and shorelines.
Native artists across the country have been responding to social and environmental issues that affect them and their communities. They are drawing increased attention to Native perspectives in shifting a national narrative of invisibility, misunderstanding and misappropriation. Clear in all of this work are our essential relationships to land-base. Through this lens, Native artists in the exhibition employ several mediums, including two and three-dimensional works, installations and multi-media works, moving fluidly between contemporary and traditional practices.
EXHIBITION – APRIL 22-JUNE 30, 2022
WHEN: Wednesdays-Fridays 11:00 AM-6:00 PM and Saturdays 11:00 AM-4:00 PM (PST)
WHERE: Center for Native Arts and Cultures, 800 SE 10th Ave, Portland, OR 97214
* This event is free and open to the public.
Iranian American Community Alliance
Seattle , WA
Seattle Iranian Festival is part of the Seattle Center Festál series and produced in partnership with Iranian American Community Alliance (IACA).
In 2022, Seattle Center Festál is celebrating 25 years of stories and traditions. The theme, “Where the World Gathers” links together the series of 24 free festivals presented throughout the year, each with a unique cultural focus, identity, and range of engaging activities.
In terms of COVID requirements, Seattle Center is a City of Seattle department. Thus, we are following the guidance from the City of Seattle as well as King County Public Health. Learn about Seattle Center’s health and safety protocols at our events. To protect the public, City staff and contractors are asked to be fully vaccinated.
The festival will take place in-person on Saturday, June 25 at 11am-7pm in the Armory Food & Event Hall. The event is free and open to the public.
This year’s theme is the “Celebration of Iranian Women”. It is an important moment in time to celebrate Iranian Women, especially their activities, contributions to the community they live in, and representation of Iran & Iranian.
The 16th Annual Seattle Iranian Festival is a one-day celebration of the Iranian Culture, inviting Iranian and Non-Iranians to come together under the roof of the Seattle Center Armory as part of the Festál family. All day, during the event, there are performances whether it is dance, music, or a quick speech from stage. The parameter of the Armory, there is Bazaar setting where there are vendors present selling their goods, usually handmade; while there are business owners promoting their line of business such as real-estate or insurance. Every year, there is Persian food available for purchase along with tea & pastries. There are free children’s activities all day, typically in the line of the theme of the festival. IACA, who organizes the Annual Seattle Iranian Festival, holds a table for information as well as tables alongside it selling IACA and festival merchandise and other goods.
Seattle Center Festál presents Seattle Iranian Festival in partnership with Iranian American Community Alliance (IACA). The festival brings together Iranians, Iranian-Americans, non-Iranians in celebration of the culture with poetry, music, food, tea, comedy, and more.
2006 was the first year the active members of the Iranian community joined hand-in-hand with the board members of the Iranian American Community Alliance (IACA) to organize an event that has now become the annual Seattle Iranian Festival. IACA, as an organization, came from a vision the founder, Ali Ghambari had for the future of the Iranian generation here in the greater Seattle area. As parents, they already knew their roots and maintained their heritage through their household and upbringing of their children, but what about the generation of their grandchildren? That is when Ali and a selected group of Iranians formed the IACA organization to not only bridge the gap between the Iranian and the American communities, but to create an established organization for the existing community and the next generations. IACA has remained a well-established grassroots organization dedicated to organizing its largest event of the year, Seattle Iranian Festival, while supporting other organizations and events.
Lavender Rights Project
SAVE THE DATE
The 2022 FRESH MEAT FESTIVAL @freshmeatsf
features exquisite, edgy, extraordinary dance, theater, music, and performance!
PLUS new and recent work by: B Noel Thomas, Silk Worm, LAFEMMEBEAR, Detour Dance, NEVE, Cuauhtémoc Peranda, Sean Dorsey Dance, Dani Tirrell + J Mase III + Randy Ford, Shawna Virago, Truc Nguyen, DANDY, Tajah J, Toby MacNutt, Pioneer Winter Collective, Folclórico Colibrí, Lottie Riot, NAKA Dance Theater, Cindy Emch, Vanessa Sanchez + La Mezcla, and more!
The 2022 Festival is entirely online and Closed Captioned.
TICKETS ON SALE SOON!
IMAGE DESCRIPTION: a flyer for Fresh Meat Festival 2022 that has portraits of eight queer and trans artists in tiles. The middle portion has giant pink and black font that reads: Save the Date! June 16-26 Fresh Meat Festival of Queer and Trans Peformance. Closed captioned, free, online, extraordinary.”
This event can be found in the organizations Facebook
Trans Women of Color Solidarity Network
This event can be found in the organizations Facebook
Taking Black Pride is back with “SEACHELLA”! On June 25th at Seattle Center! Join us starting at 10:00 am with music, fun, and sun!
Move the F over Coachella!
Get ready for some of the BEST BIPOC trans and queer artists from the US & Canada.
Y’all didn’t really think we’d slow down this year did you ?
We’re back with new vendors, new location, new surprises, and an afterparty.
At Taking Black Pride we seek to empower the BIPOC transgender, queer and gender diverse communities to take charge of the ways we own our joy, grief, healing, anger, celebration, pride, expression of culture and community. We create opportunities for our community to collectively and intimately take part in celebration of the complexities of BIPOC QT experiences and culture.
Dress to impress in your best unique, eclectic, vibrant festival fits!
**As per usual we ask that allies and supporters respect who is being centered in this Pride Space and donate to the sustainability of this truly one of a kind Pride event, if they plan to attend !
Friends of Waterfront Seattle
Overflow with Indigiqueer Joy! Enjoy food, music, drag and more while coming together with the Queer Indigenous community to celebrate ourselves.
Presented as a part of the Indigiqueer Joy Campaign, the Indigiqueer Festival is curated by the Quileute drag queen Hailey Tayathy. Follow @HaileyTayathy, @2slgbtq, and @yehawshow on social media for performance announcements.
The Indigiqueer Joy campaign is a photography project and event series sponsored by the Paths Remembered Project at the Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board. The Indigiqueer Festival is additionally supported by Friends of Waterfront Seattle. Photography by Evan Benally Atwood (Diné) assisted by Darklisted Photography.
ABOUT FÈIS SEATTLE
Embrace a living tradition! We bring together a thriving community of Scottish Gaelic language, music, and culture with tradition bearers from Scotland and Cape Breton. Evening cèilidhs, walks on the beach, waulking the tweed, visiting with old friends, and making new ones… It’s the Highland way!
Whether you’re interested in fiddle, harp, whistle, guitar, Gaelic song or language, we have something for everyone.
Covid-19 Requirements as of Sunday, March 13, 2022:
We have been closely monitoring the current situation and rapidly changing requirements. We will be following CDC and State requirements to use best practices to keep our presenters and attendees safe during the Fèis. We will be requiring proof of vaccination from attendees. Documentation should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have a medical exemption, we ask that you provide a copy of the exemption as well as a negative test result taken 24 hours prior to checking in at the Fèis. Anyone may wear a mask at the Fèis if they choose! We will update our requirements as we get nearer to the end of June.
AREAS OF STUDY
Gaelic Language – If you have never studied Gaelic before or have had minimal exposure to the language, sign up as a Beginner. If you have some Gaelic but have trouble getting past “Hi, how are you?” then the Emerging level is a good choice. Try Advanced if you can carry on short conversations in Gaelic, or Immersion for the total Gaelic experience with limited English.
Sophie Stephenson – Level 1
Margaret Nicolson – Level 2
Angela MacDonald – Level 3
Catriona Parsons – Immersion
Gaelic Song – Study a broad range of songs in this class. Singing is such an important part of Gaelic culture that in addition to being offered as a major subject, there will be ample opportunity for all participants to learn and sing together. Come learn some of the most beautiful melodies in the world.
Taller virtual por Zoom –
ME CUIDO, TE CUIDO: APRENDIZAJE SOBRE LA SALUD SEXUAL Y PREVENCIÓN
Familias en Acción ofrece este taller GRATUITO y en ESPAÑOL por Zoom. Cada taller incluye 2 sesiones de 2 horas cada una, y al completar el taller recibirá una tarjeta de regalo. Se le enviará un paquete con materiales por correo. Hay un límite de 10 personas por cada taller.
REQUISITOS PARA PARTICIPAR:
• Vivir en Oregon
• Tener 16 años o más
• Tener un teléfono inteligente (smart phone), o una computadora, o tableta
• Registrarse con anticipación llamando al 971-501-8256, o en este enlace https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLScCkGn0Z3…/viewform…
• Miércoles 4 y 11 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 16 y 23 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 18 y 25 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 6 y 13 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 8 y 15 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Sábado 25 de Junio y 2 de Julio / 9 – 11 am
Para más información o ayuda para registrarse llame a Krystel Tafolla al 971-501-8256
Este Evento esta en Facebook
This Event is on Facebook
PIER 62 | FREE
TUESDAY MAY 17, 2022 FROM 5:30–6:30 PM
TUESDAY JUN 7, 2022 FROM 5:30–6:30 PM
TUESDAY JUN 21, 2022 FROM 5:30–6:30 PM
TUESDAY JUL 5, 2022 FROM 5:30–6:30 PM
TUESDAY JUL 19, 2022 FROM 5:30–6:30 PM
Storytelling has been the primary way that Native people have passed along knowledge, from how to conduct yourself to the details of historical events. Join Paul Chiyokten Wagner (Saanich) as he presents traditional songs and stories of his Coast Salish tribal ancestors, interspersed with his award‑winning Native American flute playing. Sessions are held the first and third Tuesday through July.
¿Quiere comenzar o expandir su negocio?
Participe en nuestro curso Empresas de 10 clases (una por semana). Dedicado a temas que le servirán para su negocio.
Las clases iniciarán el 3 de mayo 2022. Los martes de 6pm-8pm. VIRTUAL vía Zoom. $50 por persona. Contacte a Mariana Beyer 971 371 0014 u email@example.com
¡Se anima a la comunidad de Beaverton a registrarse!
Would you like to start or expand your business?
Come and participate in our courses to help expand your business, we offer 10 classes ( one per week). These courses are dedicated to serve you and your business.
Classes begin May 3, 2022 on Tuesday from 6:00pm-8:00pm. The classes will be held through Zoom and it is $50 per person. You can contact Mariana Beyer 971-371-0012 or through her e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
The Beaverton community encourages you to register!
Friends of Waterfront Seattle
Seattle , WA
THURSDAY JUNE 2, 6:30–7:15 PM
THURSDAY JUNE 9, 6:30–7:15 PM
THURSDAY JUNE 16, 6:30–7:15 PM
THURSDAY JUNE 23, 6:30–7:15 PM
THURSDAY JUNE 30, 6:30–7:15 PM
Enjoy a 45‑minute non‑stop cardio party featuring fun, easy‑to‑follow dance moves and toning for your core and glutes. Classes are offered May through June: pre‑registration encouraged, drop‑ins welcome.
305 Fitness Dance Cardio
305 Fitness is a 45-minute non-stop cardio party featuring fun, easy-to-follow dance moves and toning for your core and glutes. No dance experience required. You’ve never had this much fun working out. With music mixes curated from NYC DJs, this class is perfect for music lovers and open to all levels. Get ready to sweat, shake, and smile for days! All you need is a pair of sneakers and an open mind. You don’t need to be a dancer to #MakeSweatSexy.
Jump in and dance, no equipment needed. For safety, participants should be injury-free and in reasonably good health. Please arrive promptly to complete a waiver and secure your spot.
Fabienne Beard-Wright’s Power Soca classes, a unique Lift Off Special Programming creation, are also offered on Thursdays in June, 7:30pm – 8:15 at Pier 62. Learn more here.
Inclement weather notice: The May 5 session has been canceled due to heavy rain. The May 12 class has been moved up to May 11. Thank you. Staff regularly monitor waterfront conditions in coordination with instructors and will post to social media as well as notify any registrants via Eventbrite prior to event times whenever possible. Thank you for your time and consideration.
MEET THE INSTRUCTOR: FABIENNE BEARD‑WRIGHT
Fabienne Beard-Wright is a powerhouse in the collective fields of education and the creative arts. As a native New Yorker brought up on the performing arts, she strongly believes in the arts as a catalyst for social change. Fabienne was trained in the dance styles of West African, Caribbean Soca, and Modern. She possesses over 15 years of experience and has shared the stage with The Harlem School of the Arts (1995-2000), The Bill-T Jones Company (2002), Boys and Girls Harbor Conservatory (2004), Gestures Dance Ensemble (2006), MARILYN & SEKOU SYLLA (Smith College 2010). Coming from a long line of educators, Fabienne attended college for Education and Performance Theater and graduated in 2013 with a Bachelor of Arts from Smith College. Shortly thereafter, she established Lift Off Special Programming, Inc. a means of dedicating her life to nurturing young minds of tomorrow through the arts, providing access to artistic resources, and enhancing the engagement of creative development. Fabienne’s programs are known for their level of intentionality and energy that is unmatched. She is the go-to for motivation and warmth: clients feel transformed after every class.
About Lift Off Special
Programming, Inc. and 305 Fitness
Lift Off Special Programming, Inc. is a Social Impact Agency that transforms the way people connect and work together by way of movement. Through our cultural-based programs participants gain enhanced self-awareness, empathy, and come to feel more at home in their own bodies. We focus on moving through life with purpose and intention to directly improve mental, physical, and emotional health.
305 Fitness exists to make fitness more inclusive, empowering, and fun. Movement is more than calorie counting or being the ‘best’ in the room. Movement is about radical self-love and self-expression!
Inspire Washington is YOUR cultural state-wide advocacy organization working with a coalition of people across the science/technology, heritage, and arts fields to advocate for increased resources and support at the local, state, and federal level.
During this time of crisis, science, and arts organizations are in dire need of funding for financial recovery and to restart programming. You are invited to join your local partners for in-person Cultural Futures! At the Cultural Futures, we aim to provide you with news you can use. From funding sources to advocacy opportunities, Inspire Washington staff will share all the information you need to know right now.
Together we will work on messaging the importance of our cultural work at this crucial crossroads for our state and communities. We will use our combined voices to communicate these messages to our local and state representatives for the recovery, re-establishment, and growth of science, heritage, and the arts for all of our communities.
These meetings are free and open to the community. We’ve organized them by county, so you’ll be able to connect with other cultural leaders in your area. However, regardless of where you live, pick the meeting that works best within your busy schedule.
On the agenda:
- Debrief of cultural success in the state’s legislative session, including new resources like $80 million for cultural programs and organizations
- New legislation and funding opportunities, the federal government has provided cultural programming with tremendous support over the last 18 months. What’s on the horizon and how do you become an advocate?
- Listening. What do you need and what should we ask for? And, how do you get involved? It will take a broad coalition to secure future funding.
- More information about our coalition. Do you want to be more involved in policy development and advocacy or learn about membership? We’ll plug you into future activities so that your community is represented.
Join Inspire Washington for Cultural Futures In-Person or Virtual!
Friends of Waterfront Seattle
Seattle , WA
WEDNESDAY JUNE 1, 7:15–7:45 PM
WEDNESDAY JUNE 8, 7:15–7:45 PM
WEDNESDAY JUNE 15, 7:15–7:45 PM
WEDNESDAY JUNE 22, 7:15–7:45 PM
WEDNESDAY JUNE 29, 7:15–7:45 PM
You will be guided through a peaceful and healing 30‑minute meditation using words and sound to take you to a peaceful state of mind. Pre‑registration is encouraged, but drop‑ins are still welcome: Wednesdays, May 18 ‑ June 29.