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ART / BREAK

Love City Love 1422 Seneca St, Seattle

JOIN THE SEATTLE PROJECT FOR ART, MUSIC, DRINKS, DANCE, AND PERFORMANCE. ART / BREAK will feature performances by Kuu Sakuragi, Maya Tacon, Tariq Mitri, and more! Visual art showcase by Elisa Dore, Kenya Shakoor, Nicole Vilamil, and Shirene Rafie. Alcoholic beverages will not be available for cash purchase, only through drink tickets that come with… Read More »ART / BREAK

Free – $40

Event Series Chapters

The Seattle Project: Chapters

Northwest Film Forum 1515 12th Ave, Seattle, WA, United States

The Seattle Project presents Chapters, a live dance performance, and a film showcase featuring film, home video, poetry, music, and photography. Chapters will focus on five black femmes; Akoiya Harris, Ashton Edwards, Nia-Amina Minor, Amanda Morgan, and Kenya Shakoor - highlighting previous chapters of their lives, and their current chapter. This new full-length explores ancestry… Read More »The Seattle Project: Chapters

Free – $35
Event Series Chapters

The Seattle Project: Chapters

Northwest Film Forum 1515 12th Ave, Seattle, WA, United States

The Seattle Project presents Chapters, a live dance performance, and a film showcase featuring film, home video, poetry, music, and photography. Chapters will focus on five black femmes; Akoiya Harris, Ashton Edwards, Nia-Amina Minor, Amanda Morgan, and Kenya Shakoor - highlighting previous chapters of their lives, and their current chapter. This new full-length explores ancestry… Read More »The Seattle Project: Chapters

Free – $35

The Seattle Project Film Program

Northwest Film Forum 1515 12th Ave, Seattle, WA, United States

Tacoma-born PNB soloist Amanda Morgan presents a one-hour program of dance films created by The Seattle Project About The Seattle Project: The Seattle Project is a platform for and a network of interdisciplinary artists collaborating to create new work and dance that is accessible to the community and uplifts BIPOC and LGBTQ+ artists. The Seattle Project’s mission… Read More »The Seattle Project Film Program