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ArtsWA’s Art in Public Places program is holding a Q&A session about their triennial open call for the Roster, where accepted visual artists create artwork for educational institutions and state agencies throughout Washington. Learn more about the application process or public art in general.
The Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute is offering a facilities grant to artists who wish to celebrate African American and Diaspora arts and cultural legacies. Discuss how your program fits with the grant or apply directly.
Chat with the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture to learn about the resources they provide: arts funding, opportunities for artists, arts convenings, workshops, and cultural space availabilities.
Meet with a Theatre Puget Sound member to discuss affordable rental spaces for artists of any discipline, as well as membership opportunities and professional development experiences.
Tint Dance Festival
Tint Dance Festival is an annual dance festival focused on providing dancers of color opportunity to perform and to build a supportive dancers of color community. Learn more about the 1st Annual Tint Dance Festival scheduled for February 9 – 10, 2018 at the Erickson Theater.
Nikkita Oliver is a Seattle-based creative, teaching artist, attorney, and organizer. Her writing has appeared in the South Seattle Emerald, Crosscut, and the Stranger. Oliver holds a J.D. and Masters of Education from the University of Washington.
Paul Rucker is a visual artist, composer, and musician who often combines media, integrating live performance, sound, original compositions, and visual art. His work is the product of a rich interactive process, through which he investigates community impacts, human rights issues, historical research, and basic human emotions surrounding particular subject matter. Much of his current work focuses on the Prison Industrial Complex and the many issues accompanying incarceration in its relationship to slavery.
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