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Wa Na Wari Art Center | Black Lunch Table Online “Edit-A-Thon” November 3 @ 2 PM Wa Na Wari is partnering with Black Lunch Table (BLT) to host a series of virtual roundtables for Seattleite communities. We will create, update, and improve Wikipedia articles pertaining to the lives and works of Black visual artists. RSVP
Tacoma Arts Live | Peace by Piece, with Chic November 7 @ 7:30 PM & November 8 @ 2 PM $22.50 per concert Join Maestro Lockington, Seattle jazz/blues entertainer Chic Street Man and Northwest Sinfonietta musicians for a new peace program created for these unique times. Moving, joyful and soulful works, including Schubert’s Adagio from String Quintet in C, George Walker’s Lyric, Pablo Casals’ Song of the Birds, and more favorite picks from David and Chic, bring us closer together through the affirming, changing and uniting power of music. Learn more.
Arts Corps | Creative Careers Panel November 19 @ 5 PM Geared toward students ages 13-19 Interested in a creative career in the design world, but not sure how to break in? Join Arts Corps and international Creative Agency Wunderman-Thompson for a youth-moderated panel. Educators and Professionals need a better understanding of our current educational climate from youth perspectives, and to make a plan for equity and inclusion moving forward. Teens from Arts Corps’ Teen Leadership programs, Learning Immersive Technology(LIT), Arts Liberation and Leadership Institute(ALLI), and from multiple Interagency High School sites will highlight the issues of today, and the power of the arts to foment a more equitable world. Learn more.
Chinese Reconciliation Project Foundation | The Tacoma Moon Festival Available 24/7 Visitors attending this year’s festival can take a video tour with docents that have intimate knowledge of the park and its history, stop by the Ting to watch a wide selection of dance and musical performances from Tacoma’s most beloved heritage groups and local talents, learn at the education booths about resources and programs in the community, and pick up a mooncake recipe or download a kid’s activity at the vendor booths. Learn more.
Bellevue Arts Museum | “Provides a public forum for the community to contemplate, appreciate, and discuss visual culture.”
City of Tacoma Office of Arts & Culture Vitality – Tacoma Arts Month | “Cultivate wonder and care.”
Coyote Central | “Spark creativity in young people, putting tools in their hands to build skills and forge their futures.”
KUOW Radioactive | “Young people discover public radio journalism and gain access to skills, community and institutional resources that spur growth as media makers.”
Museum of Pop Culture | “Make creative expression a life-changing force by offering experiences that inspire and connect our communities.”
Path with Art | “Transforms the lives of people recovering from homelessness, addiction, and other trauma by harnessing the power of creative engagement as a bridge to community and a path to stability.”