Malikah Festival

Malikah Festival Malikah Festival was created by Lee Mozena in 2014 to improve community engagement through arts/culture, fashion/beauty, health/wellness. Malikah Festival is an annual, family-friendly celebration of South East Asian and Middle Eastern cultures. A highlight of the festival is …

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Joyce Paul Siamak

Dancer, choreographer & anthropologist Joyce Paul Siamak, has been creating movement for the stage and street theatre since 1986. Born in New Delhi, India and now a native of Redmond, WA, Joyce began her dancing career inspired by the dancers …

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Tiffany Lin

Tiffany Lin plays pianos and toy pianos. An intrepid performer and artist, her projects have ranged from traditional performances on piano and toy pianos to installations featuring re-constructed pianos. Born in Tainan, Taiwan and raised in the Central Valley of …

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Luna Girls on Alki

Three charming young ladies, in 1920’s beach attire, pose elegantly on life-rings, welcoming visitors to the Alki Beach Promenade in Seattle. The figures are created from heavy steel, cut to look like lines drawn in the air. All but the lines …

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Kate Vrijmoet

Painter and conceptual artist Kate Vrijmoet is based in Seattle, WA – USA. Vrijmoet received her MFA from Syracuse University. Her paintings and installations focus on the human body as well as the human condition, and on issues of consciousness, …

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(in Urban Politics #322, May 8, 2012) by Nick Licata, Seattle City Council with assistance from legislative aide Frank Video I recently came across this interesting article ( published by Studio 360 describing the Obama Administration’s $14.7 million Turnaround Arts …

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In Between the Raindrops

“In Between the Raindrops,” is a feature-length video documentary project that pays tribute to a number of historical jazz figures (including Quincy Jones, Ernestine Anderson, and others) who got their start in Seattle during the 40’s.

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Celtic Arts Foundation

The Celtic Arts Foundation (CAF) is a 501(c)(3) non profit organization that produces events in King County and around the Puget Sound region. Established in 1997 to “sponsor, encourage and promote Celtic culture through events and educational activities,” CAF is best known in King County for presenting the annual Mastery of Scottish Arts concert held at Benaroya Hall in Seattle. This concert features 14 of the world’s finest bagpipers, drummers and fiddlers from Scotland and Canada.

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