Juliana Kang Robinson is an interdisciplinary artist creating work that reflects on themes of territoriality, holism, unity and separation in the world.
Founded in 1985, Korean American Historical Society (KAHS) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to enriching the collective memory of Korean Americans through collecting, maintaining, and transmitting the heritage and achievements of Koreans living in the United States and abroad.
Oolleemm (“Sounds of the Earth”) is a volunteer Korean Traditional Culture Performance organization, based in Washington and led by director, SooA Kim.
Morning Star Cultural Center was founded in 1985 under the direction of Jiyeon Chech with the purpose of teaching Korean dance, music, and heritage to those interested in sharing the Korean culture. Morning Star has continued to expand and diversify its repertoire, programs and services to the community. Today with the combination of its art preschool, library, dance and music classes, Morning Star serves over 1,000 members of all ages.
Día de los Muertos Highlight, African, American, British, Danish, Japanese, Korean, Mexican, Russian
Thistle Theatre is a professional puppet theatre for families.
African, Latinx, Asian, Cambodian, Cantonese, Filipino, Indian, Korean, Spanish
OneAmerica is the largest immigrant and refugee advocacy organization in Washington State, organizing with and advocating for diverse communities including Latinx, African, and Asian.
American, Canadian, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Taiwanese
Pacific Bonsai Museum connects people to nature through the living art of bonsai. The Museum is open to all, free admission (donations appreciated).
Seattle Washington State Korean Association is a cultural awareness organization based in Tukwila, WA that was founded in 2007.
Cambodian, Cameroonian, Chinese, Filipino, French, Hungarian, Icelandic, Indonesian, Irish, Israeli, Italian, Japanese, Kenyan, Korean, New Zealander, Norwegian, Polish, Taiwanese, Uzbek, Vietnamese
Seattle is proud to be a leader in promoting and developing sister city relationships with 21 international communities.
The Korean Community Service Center is a non-profit organization founded by volunteers in 1983. KCSC strives for the betterment of the Korean Community as a whole as well as surrounding communities by providing community and social services for the Korean American population in the state of Washington. KCSC is committed to empowering educating and inspiring Korean American youth and families through counseling, education, and other services. KCSC provides bilingual and cultural services to Korean families.
The Korean American Artists Association of Washington State is a non-profit organization founded in 1989 by local Korean Immigrants. The mission of KAAW is encourage and support Korean American artists residing in Washington state who are pursuing artistic endeavor to enrich personal and community life. 30th anniversary (29th Member's Exhibition) at Washington State Convention Center. Exhibition: 9/26/2020 - 1/03/2021
Korean American Health Professional Association is an organization of healthcare professionals from doctors, nurses, and other allied healthcare workers that meet for networking, provide mentorship programs, and deliver community service in the Seattle area.
The mission of KMA is to aim at healing, entertaining and empowering a wider Korean American immigrant community in the greater Seattle area by attempting to satisfy their yearning for cultural connection. KMA features a wide variety of classical music such as gagok, Korean folk, and opera.
The Consulate has been relentless in its efforts to best represent and empower overseas Koreans since its establishment and will continue to support educational and cultural programs for future generations.