She grew up hearing stories about the American Civil War and the Reconstruction from her tyrannical Irish-American grandmother, who had endured its suffering. Her forceful and intellectual mother was a suffragist who fought for the rights of women to vote. He was killed in World War I, and she would carry his memory for the remainder of her life.
The summer program consists of DJs bands, performances, dance showcases, live art, live production and interactive arts and games.
Participants will explore traditional African foods, cloth, artwork design and how the entire experience relates to our current societal culture which links all of us in America to Africa. TUFFEST seeks to empower women, women of color, and non-binary individuals through workshops, installation art, and electronic music as outlets for social change and building community.
The festival is an event under the Seattle summer sun filled with music to charm the soul, food to pleasure the taste buds, and fun to delight the spirit.
It engages community artists, including musicians, drag performers and others in an afternoon of entertainment and also information sharing with a variety of community groups. The event will feature Eritrean singers and musicians, local Eritrean children and youth performing traditional dances, poetry readings, dramatic interpretations, and a showcase of visual arts.
Punto con tacon This outdoor arts event at Mineral Springs Park provides an afternoon of performance, and interactive workshops focusing on rhythms in movement, instruments, and words to celebrate Hispanic art and performance with particular focus on the percussive footwork characteristic of Spanish, Afroperuvian, and Mexican dance.
The event will close with performances from featured artists of the day in an immersion of cross-cultural audience participation and experience. Two, one-hour long shows, both played by the same four actors, will tour multiple neighborhood parks. Blanche Lavizzo Walkway Park. Artists will perform original music with live projected animation, shadow dancing and puppetry.
Community is engaged through building a group altar, traditional craft making, and an invocation led by local youth and the Duwamish Tribe. The program will culminate in an end of summer performance and the self-publishing of a book featuring poetry and photographs of participants art work and tap dance routine.
Singer and songwriter, Jim Page and selected presenters will lead an all-ages sing and play along presentations at Ballard Commons Park on Saturday afternoons between June and September The public will be invited to bring instruments and their voices to participate for free. This site-specific piece will be made from recycled materials.
The installation, park tours, and native plant identification will be open to the community.
The concerts are free and open to all ages and genres of music and will activate Seattle parks with a new festival that promotes music, celebrates diversity, and builds community connections. Listening to Open Space Members of the Seattle Phonographers Union will perform free concerts in three different parks, using only sounds previously collected in the parks.
In conjunction with these live concerts, group members will engage with local communities by offering a series of free guided Silent Soundwalk workshops before each concert.
Work created by youth in Reel Grrls media programs along with short films created by several local filmmakers, will be screened. Interactive tables with basic media production instruction, including storyboarding workshops and shot composition handouts will allow attendees to learn about film-making.
Seven writers, seven directors, 26 actors, seven designers and seven musicians will create 14 original plays over 48 hours: This pop-up show will focus on queer and trans visibility in southeast Seattle.
The festival and parade celebrate the culture, arts, history and countless contributions of people of the African Diaspora.Othello study guide contains a biography of William Shakespeare, literature essays, a complete e-text, quiz questions, major themes, characters, and a full summary and analysis.
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Built in , the Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute is an historic landmark and the perfect venue for your special event. Designed by B. Marcus Priteca, and formerly the Jewish Synagogue of Chevra Biku Cholim, the building became a community center and part of the City of Seattle’s facilities in Antony and Cleopatra is a tragedy by William urbanagricultureinitiative.com play was performed first circa at the Blackfriars Theatre or the Globe Theatre by the King's Men.
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