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Washington Hall has been a welcoming place where people gather, create, entertain, and celebrate since it was built in 1908. The Hall has been a cultural home to many communities and art forms, and for a long time embodied the soul of Seattle’s Central Area. Washington Hall Anchor Organizations

Washington Hall is a project of Historic Seattle with major support from 4Culture. The Hall has consistently functioned as a performance space since its opening in 1908, but had fallen into disrepair in the last few decades and was in danger of demolition before Historic Seattle negotiated a purchase. The long term vision for the Hall is full rehabilitation and a permanent home for Central Area organizations with a focus on arts, media and social justice.



The long term vision for the Hall is full rehabilitation and a permanent home for Central Area organizations with a focus on arts, media and social justice.

Washington Hall Anchor Organizations:

Washington Hall is a project of Historic Seattle with major support from 4Culture. The Hall has consistently functioned as a performance space since its opening in 1908, but had fallen into disrepair in the last few decades and was in danger of demolition before Historic Seattle negotiated a purchase.

The long term vision for the Hall is full rehabilitation and a permanent home for Central Area organizations with a focus on arts, media and social justice.

Historic Seattle
Historic Seattle believes that buildings provide an essential link to the past, reminding us of who we are and where we came from. Founded in 1974, Historic Seattle is the only nonprofit membership organization dedicated to preserving Seattle and King County’s architectural legacy. Our mission is to educate, advocate and preserve. Learn more about Historic Seattle.

206 Zulu
An internationally recognized non-profit dedicated to providing safe spaces while serving communities through the upliftment, preservation, and celebration of Hip Hop Culture. Learn more about 206 Zulu.

Hidmo/Cypher Cafe
A network of artists, educators, and activists that nurture community and elevate the visibility of independent art, music, media and culture through all-ages programming, coalition building and leadership development. Learn more about Hidmo/Cypher Cafe.

Voices Rising
An intergenerational showcase of queer performers of color that provides support for local, up and coming artists through mentorship opportunities. Learn more about Voices Rising.