“Here in Seattle many of us have the freedom to come together…To do so is a gauge of our own personal freedoms. How we show up for our communities matters as much as the art being shared.”
Jade Solomon Curtis
“At times we lend each other our sadness so that we can remember how to stand up. Carrying it all on our own will make us crumble. This ignited in me the desire to turn to community and start creating work through the support it offered me.”
“The definitions of Radical, Black, and Femme are expansive and RBFP is committed to supporting the work of artists who embody those identities in powerfully different ways.”
On the Board’s second SOLO Fest celebrates five POC and women artists on the mainstage.
Alex Crozier’s Millennials features characters, high kicks, and non-committal commentary.
If you didn’t catch Jade Solomon Curtis’ Black Like Me last year (a 2016 DanceCrush winner), then you’re in luck. A newly developed and expanded… Read More »DANCECRUSH SPOTLIGHT: JADE SOLOMON CURTIS
Velocity Dance Center’s Founders Theater was filled to the brim on Sunday, February 28, with faces of the young and the old, of seasoned dancemakers… Read More »Black Arts Take the Stage at Showing Out