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2017 Neighborhood & Community Arts Partners
Organizations each receive ,200.


A two-day Latino heritage festival with a community parade in South Park and activities at Seattle Center including live music, dance, food, a local Latino/a artists art exhibition, a health fair, a youth boxing tournament, children's activities, cooking demonstrations, and more.


An annual celebration of art and culture showcasing the South end of Seattle with three featured resident artists chosen yearly.


An annual event with music, traditional dancing, and food, held at Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center in Discovery Park. The event showcases a number of traditional dances, including Grass, Traditional, Jingle Dress, and Fancy dance. Our dancers ranges from golden age to tiny tots.


The event brings together families of color in a joyful celebration of our multiracial and multicultural community. Featuring artists of color, each event will bring babies, children, parents and grandchildren together in a day of play, helping to build connections and support the vision that our children of color are born into a loving community that is racially and economically just.


A two day event at Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center that brings communities together to celebrate, preserve and promote indigenous culture here in the Northwest. The event consists of a traditional altar, an exhibition of murals, a photo exhibit, traditional Aztec ceremonies and dances. Ending in a feast for the whole community.

Chinese New Year Concert 2017
An annual concert presented by club members to the general public to celebrate Chinese New Year held at the Chong Wa Grand Hall in Chinatown in Seattle.


The 25th Annual Rainier Valley Heritage Parade and Festival will continue to celebrate the diversity of Southeast Seattle with summertime fun right on Rainier Ave! For one day, SE Seattle residents have a day of play to honor who we are through art, entertainment, play, food, games, music, poetry, and family fun.

Cinco de Mayo
This event promotes cultural exchange and celebrates Mexican-American history and Seattle's diverse communities with dance, music, food, and a spirit of solidarity. This event is an opportunity to share Mexican-American culture and art with the larger community and share valuable traditions and cultural knowledge with people of all ages, races, and ethnicities.


An annual spring dance for the Intellectually and Developmentally Disabled (IDD)Community. This event has been going on for about a decade, and is amazingly well-attended and beloved by attendees, volunteers and staff.


The Live Aloha Hawaiian Cultural Festival at Seattle Center is comprised of performances, workshops, and history exhibits. This year we are celebrating our 10th Anniversary which will present the Rough Riders comprised of individually accomplished recording artists John Cruz, Henry Kapono and Brother Noland.


A Festival presenting 35 of the GSCC Member Community Choirs from around the greater Seattle area. Each ensemble performs choral music of its choice, showcasing its unique, diverse repertoire speciality, including the work of local choral composers.

South Park Putts Out
A tradition in South Park during Seattle Night Out, the neighborhood transforms the grass parking strips into mini-golf putt-putt holes designed by local artists.


An annual two-day event held by FIUTS (Foundation for International Understanding Through Students) celebrates cultural traditions from around the world and promotes understanding and friendship between cultures.


A two-weekend festival packed with 25-30 producing groups, in six venues, (eight total days of shows.) The festival supports the work of Western Washington artists in a variety of genres in venues in Capitol Hill and Queen Anne neighborhoods.


Every third Wednesday of the month hosts literary events that range from readings by published local and national authors, to craft discussions and guided writing explorations for every experience level. WordsWest also features West Seattle's Favorite Poem Project, wherein people from local, independent businesses or organizations join each event by reciting a favorite poem and sharing reasons why it is a favorite.

Fortheluvofit
An annual dance outreach and competition in Rainier Beach that lasts for two days offering dance workshops for underserved youth of color and who have social and economic challenges. Youth are provided a safe space to engage in positive life choices while expressing themselves.


The second annual block street festival features Ethiopian performers, booth & table displays.


The festival celebrates Polish culture, traditions and contemporary achievements. It is produced in collaboration with the Polish Home Association and Polish-American community, who contribute their time, leadership and energy to the event at Seattle Center.


An annual festival showcasing Pacific Northwest Balkan musicians organized by an all volunteer committee at St. Demetrios Church.


A festival at Seattle Center celebrating the diverse culture of Brasil through music, dance and food.

STORY SLAM CONTEST
Promotes reading ,writing and public speaking for youth. Young writers and artists are invited to participate, must be original work and must recite within five minutes.


A celebration of art, nature, and community featuring eclectic, multidisciplinary experience of art and performance takes place in the woods of Camp Long. Nature is explored through dance, theatre, music, visual arts, wandering performances, restoration activities, and the Museum of Sound, an installation art exhibition.


The 24th annual festival offers over 100 music and dance workshops and performances, and gives participants the chance to hear, dance to, and play rhythmic music from around the world. In addition to a full roster of performances and workshops, the festival includes special programming for youth, a Friday night celebration performances, and an international marketplace.


The festival is a free event where Puget Sound residents and visitors can experience the music, dance, art, food and diverse cultures of Iran to share the richness and diversity of the Iranian culture with others and build bridges within and between communities in Washington.


The fifth annual Franklin High School Student Art Show connects their multicultural arts programming with the community. As part of this event, two free workshops will be offered.


A premiere summer arts showcase that takes place in Alki Beach Park in West Seattle. The fair features juried art vendors selling pottery, painting, drawing, metal, cloth and multi-media works. Over 30 local musicians from a variety of genres perform live on multiple stages.


The 28th annual festival is a celebration of Filipino culture at Seward Park featuring music, dance, local artists and vendors from the community.


The festival is a celebration of youth and children's culture in Japan and is a unique opportunity for children to experience and participate in cultural performances, demonstrations, games, and activities in a fun, immersive setting with local performing groups, instructors, booths and informational displays.

Beacon Hill Festival
The festival is a cornerstone annual event in the community that celebrates this tremendously diverse neighborhood through dance, music, art, food and a generous helping of community.


The film festival is a 10-day cinematic celebration and examination of global Jewish and Israeli life, history, art, ideas and culture.


A series of free, Sunday-afternoon, family-friendly, outdoor concerts held during the summer.


The showcase brings Indigenous filmmakers from around the world to Seattle to present critical work, and allows a local audience to engage these artists face to face.


This is a celebration of American Indian and Alaska Native cultures and traditions through music, dance, arts & crafts, lectures, and other activities.

Welcome to Our Native Land Powwow & Coastal Celebrations!
Welcome to Our Native Land Powwow & Coastal Celebration! offers a Coastal welcome, dances, songs, teachings, storytelling, demonstration artists and crafts, and traditional canoes and Lakota tipis on display during Memorial Day weekend at Seattle Center.


The Italian Festival has been presented annually at Seattle Center since 1988, celebrating the joy of "All Things Italian," and features Italian and Italian-American art, music, dance, food and fun-filled activities for the entire family.

Tet in Seattle
Celebrates the most iconic holiday amongst the Vietnamese tradition, showcasing culture through visual and performing arts at Seattle Center.


An annual event celebrating Thai culture and community comprising of Thai cultural performances, activities booths, food vendors, and booths from local businesses.

PNA's Dia de los Muertos Festival
The festival begins with a procession and includes a community alter along with music and dance performances, and children's activities.


This the longest-running festival of free improvised music in the United States. The festival will host visiting and local artists to play in curated groupings over three days at the Good Shepherd Center Chapel in Wallingford.


A celebration of the culture of people of African descent with Live music, dance, food, interactive activities, a marketplace of one of a kind gifts, round table discussions and a major art show.


The blues festival takes place during the Rainier Valley Heritage Festival weekend in August. It will present local artists paying tribute to America's iconic art form.

2015 Neighborhood & Community Arts Partners
Organizations each receive ,200.

17th of May Parade
17th of May Norwegian Constitution Day is celebrated in Ballard with a parade and brings together 10,000 people to celebrate Norwegian heritage and our local community.


A national hip hop/urban arts summit celebrating and highlighting some of the communities best Hip Hop artists, musicians and dancers. This 3 day event consists of performances, panel/community forums, dance competitions, workshops and more.


A community youth dance competition to create safe space for young people to express and challenge themselves. This 2-day event includes competition and workshops.


A summer arts showcase on Alki Beach featuring juried art vendors, musicians, and children's art area.


A festival of contemporary dance that includes master classes representing different styles and cultural backgrounds followed by rehearsals and performances Saturday and Sunday evenings.


Medicine Ball: Playwrights v. Poets is a variation on the short play festival form - presenting short plays by local playwrights, and series of poems by local poets - all written based on visual prompts selected from local artists.


Week-long small press and independent literature festival that serves to build community and encourages readers to seek out writing that is new and pertinent to them.


Hold two art walks in the Beacon Hill business district during the summer of 2015.


An annual event celebrating Brazilian arts and culture. This event brings participants together thru music, dance, film, food, craft, children's activities and exhibitions.

Bridging the Generation Gap
A community Tet Celebration that focuses on bridging the generation gap through shared traditions, holiday foods and storytelling.


An outdoor festival that brings the community together in celebration of Vietnamese American arts and culture. The event features live performances, Vietnamese cuisine, and community programs and resources.


The Festival will provide a comprehensive look at Chinese culture through performing arts, musics, visual arts displays, crafts and informational booths, workshops and interactive activities.

Chinese New Year Concert
A Cantonese opera excerpt concert presented by Club members to the general public to celebrate Chinese New Year.


Celebrating Mexican-American history and Seattle's diverse communities with dance, music, food, and a spirit of solidarity. This event is an opportunity to share Mexican-American culture and art with the larger community and pass on valuable traditions and cultural knowledge to younger generations of all races and ethnicities.


an annual two-day event celebrating diverse cultural traditions from around the world and promoting understanding and friendship between cultures.

Fiestas Patrias
A two-day cultural festival celebrating the richness of Latin American cultures and traditions, highlighting local and well-known artists, crafts, music, dance and food.


A visual and performing arts festival showcasing diverse work of neighborhood and regional artists. Traditional performing arts combine with challenging contemporary work in a colorful community celebration.

Guelaguetza
A day-long, family-friendly festival of live music, dance, and costumes from Oaxaca, Mexico.


Honk! Fest West is a three-day roving musical extravaganza presenting street bands, dancers, acrobats and actors from across the U.S. and Canada.


This two day celebration will begin with a photo art exhibit and three workshops, with an ancestral ceremonial New Year celebration with Aztec dance and a traditional Mexika feast.

Multicultural Festival
An annual event that celebrates the cultural diversity of SE Seattle through the mediums of art, dance, drama, instrumental music and song attracting large crowds inside and outside of SE Seattle.


An open, accessible, family friendly art event that provides opportunities for people to experience artwork directly, as part of their everyday urban environment through site-specific projects along the 5 kilometer route leading from Hing Hay park in the International District to Beacon Hill.


A one-day multicultural festival featuring musical, dance and theatrical performances from cultures in the greater Othello neighborhood.


A community dance for people with disabilities at the North Seattle Community Center featuring a DJ, dancing and other activities. The dance is open to both disabled and non-disabled people who want to dance, eat and have a good time together.


The parade showcases SE Seattle's diverse heritages through dance, music, athletic artistry, traditional dress, and creativity. As one of the most diverse neighborhoods in the country, the local muti-cultural options are plentiful.


This event celebrates Native American culture through dance, music and food, and is open to the public. It serves as the most visible, and accessible event showcasing Native American Culture for the general public in Seattle.


A four-day event showcasing feature-length and short format films by and about Asian Americans across North America, with an emphasis on filmmakers from the Pacific Northwest.


Our dance festival will feature workshops, repertory development, and performances with internationally acclaimed Latino Butoh dance artist Diego Pinon (Mexico) and a free public performance in Kubota Garden in Rainier Beach.


A 10-day cinematic celebration & examination of global Jewish and Israeli life, history, art, ideas & culture.


The festival showcases a series of short and feature-length documentaries and narrative films broadly related to social justice, with a special focus on prisoner justice in the U.S. The festival strives to forge new connections and inspire new conversations about justice through the innovative platform of film.


A community picnic in the Duwamish Waterway Park featuring live bands, drag performers, and activities for kids.

South Park Putts Out
A perennial summer event that turns the neighborhood into mini-golf greens with holes designed and built by local community artists.

Spirit of West Africa Festival
Celebrating 10 years, the festival will showcase the profound creativity and cultural resilience of peoples of West African origin and descent through music and dance performances, an African marketplace, an art gallery, a standing-room-only fashion show, traditional Senegalese cuisine, dance workshops and children's activities.


The 28th annual presentation of a community festival to celebrate the joy of "All Things Italian" featuring Italian and Italian-American art, music, dance, food and fun-filled activities for the entire family.

Tibet Fest
Showcases the unique Tibetan Culture and Arts through music and dances performed by our local artists as well as out of towners.


An annual two-day premier juried fine art show in NE Seattle. The main focus is showcasing local fine artists in a broad range of media and creating opportunities for the next generation to cultivate their creativity.


The 5th Annual unconference gathering that continues to expand definitions of women/women of color, rock, hip hop, music, space, gender, race, class, and sexuality through a film festival, community altar building project, an open mic showcase, and a collection of oral histories recorded at the conference.

WordPlay
An LGBT-targeted spoken word poetry festival with a recovery theme will include two workshops, a performance, and an artists reception.


Offering music and dance workshops and performances to thousands of participants and giving the chance to hear, dance to, and play rhythmic music from around the world.


Taking place on Seattle's Pride Weekend, it's a night of music, dance, costume, and art that would compare to any tribal festival, but could only be expressed by a genuine "tribe" of LGBT and allied youth.

2014 Neighborhood & Community Arts Partners
Organizations each receive ,200.


A celebration of Norway's 200th anniversary Constitution Day with a parade, which brings together people in Ballard to celebrate Norwegian heritage and the local community.


A national hip hop and urban arts summit celebrating and highlighting some of the community's best hip hop artists, musicians and dancers through performances, galleries, dance competitions, community forum and more.


A community youth dance competition to create safe space for young people to express and challenge themselves. This two-day event includes competition and workshops.


A summer arts showcase on Alki Beach featuring juried art vendors, musicians, and a children's art area.


A week-long small press and independent literature festival that serves to build community and encourages readers to seek out writing that is new and pertinent to them.


Three half-day, family-friendly, themed neighborhood celebrations with concerts by local musicians, dance performances, a haiku contest, themed activities and competitions.


The Festival will provide a comprehensive look at Chinese culture through performing arts, music, visual arts displays, crafts, informational booths, workshops and interactive activities.


A three-day blues festival during Heritage Festival weekend presenting local artists paying tribute to America's iconic art form.


The festival features music, dance and food from the Croatian culture. This year's festival will feature Dario Barisic, a traditional Croatian musician and singer and his band.


Showcases art, education and entertainment which depict the colorful perspectives, culture and history of people of African descent.

Fiestas Patrias
A two-day cultural festival celebrating the richness of Latin American cultures and traditions, highlighting local and well-known artists, crafts, music, dance and food.

Filipino American History Month Arts Celebration
A presentation of excerpts from Victor Noriega's "Generations, Directions" symphony. Commissioned by the Oakland East Bay Symphony Orchestra, it features six movements entitled "Home, Arrival, The Bond, New Harana, Kuya and the Children's March" akin to the immigration experience.


A colorful and culturally inclusive Georgetown tradition showcasing the diverse communities in the historic Georgetown industrial arts corridor featuring contemporary visual and performing arts presentations throughout the neighborhood.

Guelaguetza
A day-long, family-friendly festival of live music, dance, costumes and food from Oaxaca, Mexico.


Seattle's only outdoor public art exhibition in a forested urban park returns for a sixth year, building on the tradition of exploring connections between art, nature and community.


The festival allows participants to glimpse into the Hmong culture and witness the rich heritage of intricate clothing designs, musical instruments, and community.


A three-day brass band music festival presenting street bands from across the United States and Canada.

Indigenous Showcase
This diverse program brings Indigenous filmmakers from around the world to Seattle to present critical work, and allows a local audience to engage the artists face to face.


An annual short-play festival. This year's festival will explore themes about human beings in the digital age. It will include a panel of experts and utilize social media to allow audiences to engage with the festival in a more personal way.


An annual event that celebrates the Jefferson Park neighborhood and the unique cultural history, which brings together different communities of Beacon Hill.


The Ceremony will celebrate ancient Karen traditions while promoting unity among the different ethnic groups of Burma and building community between refugees from Burma and the wider public of Seattle.


The festival includes traditional Aztec dancing, singing and drumming, multiple educational and hands-on art workshops, and a traditional Mesoamerican feast at Daybreak Star Native American Cultural Center.


An annual artwalk connecting diverse neighborhoods and audiences. Each year local artists install and perform over 60 projects along the five km route connecting International District and Beacon Hill.


The Pagdiriwang, Philippine Festival showcases colorful tribal dances, songs, arts and hands-on activities of the various regions of the Philippines.

Rainier Beach High School Multcultural Concert
An annual event that celebrates the cultural diversity through the mediums of art, dance, instrumental music and song attracting large crowds inside and outside of Southeast Seattle.

Rainier Valley Heritage Parade Stage
The parade creates a venue for the SE Seattle communities to showcase its diverse heritages through dance, music, athletic artistry, traditional dress, and creativity.

ROOTS Picnic
An annual cultural event that invites the community to participate in activities that merges the music, art and tradition of the African diaspora with particular celebration for NW African American heritage.


A four-day event showcasing feature-length and short format films by and about Asian Americans across North America, with an emphasis on filmmakers from the Pacific Northwest.


The festival creates new opportunities for inexpensive self-production for individual artists to develop audiences for their work and raises the profile of fringe arts in the greater community.

Seattle Improvised Music Festival
The Seattle Improvised Music Festival fosters new relationships between visiting improvisors and Seattle-based musicians, while offering community members a festival of cutting-edge improvised music.


A 10-day cinematic celebration and examination of global Jewish and Israeli life, history, art, ideas and culture.


The festival strives to forge new connections and inspire new conversations about justice through the innovative platform of art featuring short and feature-length documentaries and narrative films.


A community picnic in the Duwamish Waterway Park featuring live bands, drag performers, and activities for kids.


A perennial summer event that turns the neighborhood into mini-golf greens with holes designed and built by local community artists.

Tet Festival
Celebrating Vietnamese Lunar New Years, the festival celebrates the cultural roots of Vietnamese heritage by promoting arts, music, performances, and foods unique to Vietnam.


The 27th annual presentation of a community festival to celebrate the joy of "All Things Italian" featuring Italian and Italian-American art, music, dance, food and fun-filled activities for the entire family.

Tibet Fest
The festival will share Tibetan traditions and educate the larger community through arts and crafts, visual and performing arts, children's corner, Tibetan food, and a Himalayan Bazaar.


A neighborhood community building event featuring music and art-making activities.


An annual two day premier juried fine art show showcasing local fine artists in a broad range of media and a diverse line-up of music and art activities for the whole family.


An unconference gathering that features dialogue workshops, a community altar that honors women involved in Seattle music scenes, oral histories collected at past events, an open mic showcase and a featured keynote performer who is a Women Who Rock elder.


An LGBT-targeted spoken word poetry festival with a recovery theme will include two workshops, a performance, and an artist reception.

2013 Neighborhood & Community Arts Partners
Organizations each receive ,200.


A national hip hop/urban arts summit celebrating some of the communities best visual artists, musicians and dancers.


A temporary outdoor art exhibition in Carkeek Park in northwest Seattle, with a wide range of ephemeral and more lasting projects.


Includes classes in various forms of dance followed by performances for dance students from all around Puget Sound.


A week-long small press and independent literature festival.


Includes artistic performances by musicians, dancers and spoken word artists, educational and food booths, arts and crafts,children's activities, films and more highlighting the hospitality and vibrant culture of the Arab world.


Half-day themed celebrations in Beacon Hill with concerts by local musicians, dance performance, haiku competition, themed activities and competitions.


A monthly art event in the alleys of Columbia City between the months of May and September.


Commemorates Mexico's unlikely victory, and celebrates the strength and resilience of the Mexican-American community with a festive array of music, dance, art and food at El Centro de la Raza.


Features music and dance performances, a community altar, activities for children and food and drink at the Phinney Neighborhood Center.


Celebrate ways in which we can produce sustainable, practical and beautiful art for the benefit of the Cascade community.


Attendees will enjoy interactive educational booths, kayaking trips, kid's art activities, and multicultural dancers, storytellers and musicians performing on a riverfront stage.


A full length formal concert that celebrates the traditional urban love songs and culture of Bosnia and Herzegovina.


Offers various local musicians, dance groups, kids crafts, a community wood working project, environmental stations, and historical lectures.


A cultural event celebrating the culture of people with an origin from Africa every year at the Seattle Center.


Celebrates the richness of Latin American cultures and traditions, highlighting local and well-known artists, crafts, music, dance and food.

2013 Filipino American History Month
The Filipino Community of Seattle will premier at the "2013 Filipino American History Month Embracing the Sacred" composer Weng Gavino's new Mass Setting with chorale music and traditional Filipino string orchestra.

Guelaguetza 2013
A day-long, family-friendly festival of live music, dance, costumes and food from Oaxaca, Mexico


A three-day roving musical extravaganza presenting street bands, dancers, acrobats, and actors from across the U.S. and Canada in the streets Seattle neighborhoods.

Hmong New Year
The festival allows participants to glimpse into the Hmong culture and witness the rich heritage of the community.

Indigenous Showcase
A monthly screening of selected indigenous films from around the world.


Celebrates the joy of "All Things Italian," featuring art, music, dance, food and activities for the entire family.


Presents a unique opportunity for children to experience multiculturalism through a variety of demonstrations, performances, and participation in activities to celebrate the health and growth of all children.


Promotes, perpetuates and shares the Hawaiian culture in the Pacific Northwest by enriching and strengthening the Hawaiian community and celebrating the arts and culture of Hawaii.


Includes traditional Mexica (Aztec) dancing, singing and drumming, multiple educational and hands-on art workshops, and a traditional Mesoamerican feast.

Morgan Community Festival
An annual one-day event in Morgan Junction Park and includes community tents, children's activity and art area, and all-day music festival.

2013 Othello Park International Music and Arts Festival
A multicultural festival featuring musical and dance performances, and arts participation activities for the whole family.

Pagdiriwang - Philippine Festival
Showcases colorful tribal dances, songs, arts and hands-on activities of the various regions of the Philippines.


A 10-day and year-round cinematic celebration & examination of global Jewish and Israeli life, history, art, ideas & culture.

Seattle Improvised Music Festival
Fosters new relationships between visiting improvisors and Seattle-based musicians, while offering community members a festival of cutting-edge improvised music.


Turns a residential block into a putt-putt golf course where local artists design the holes, in conjunction with Night Out Against Crime.

Spirit of West Africa
Showcases the music, dance, art and culture of the countries of West Africa, including traditional performances by world-class artists.

Tet Festival 2013
Celebrates Vietnamese Lunar New Years, and the cultural roots of Vietnamese heritage by promoting arts, music, performances, and foods unique to Vietnam.

Trolloween
A community celebration with performances, songs and workshops to celebrate the annual birthday of the Fremont Troll.


An LGBT-targeted spoken word poetry festival with a focus on the theme of recovery.

2012 Neighborhood & Community Arts Partners
Organizations each receive ,200.


Three day intensive contemporary dance festival with performances and workshops presented by DASS Dance.


Celebration of Hawaiian culture, presented by Live Aloha as part of Seattle Center's Festál world cultural events series.

Art Up PhinneyWood Art Walk
Monthly art walk held the second Friday of each month in Greenwood-Phinney.


Celebration of French culture presented by French Education Northwest as part of Seattle Center's Festál world cultural events series.


Live music by local musicians in multiple locations Columbia City neighborhood monthly.

Cantonese Opera Concert
Cantonese Opera presented by the Chong Hua Benevolent Association.


Vietnamese cultural festival and night market in the heart of Little Saigon.


Fifth of May celebration with music and dance presented by El Centro de la Raza.


Celebration of Croatian art and culture as part of Seattle Center's Festál world cultural events series.


Latino cultural festival and gallery exhibition presented by Phinney Neighborhood Association.


Celebration of books, art and food presented by Seattle Center for Book Arts.


Celebration of African/African-American cultural arts presented by the Sundiata African American Cultural Association.


Celebration of Latino culture presented by Sea Mar Community Health Center.


Presentation of adventurous visual and performing arts throughout the neighborhood. Presented by the Georgetown Merchants Association.

Goddess Festival
Festival with live music and art presented by Babette's Events.

Guelaguetza
Music and dance from Oaxaca, Mexico presented by Grupo Cultural Oaxaqueno.


Presentation of an outdoor art exhibition in Carkeek park presented by the Center on Contemporary Art.


Roving marching band music festival.

Indigenous Showcase
Showcase of indigenous films from around the world presented by Longhouse Media, Northwest Film Forum.


Jazz music festival presented by Pony Boy Records.


Festival celebrating mixed race and mixed heritage with visual and performing art presented by MAViN.


A night time illuminated parade of artists, individuals and community groups presented by the Fremont Arts Council.


Celebration of Celtic arts presented by the Celtic Arts Foundation.


Eighty local artists present site-specific installations and performances along five kilometers of Seattle streets presented by NEPO House.


Showcase of visual artworks by artists of African descent from the Pacific Northwest and beyond.


Festival commemorating the anniversary of Philippine Independence as part of Seattle Center's Festál world cultural events series.


Filipino American cultural celebration.

Seattle Improvised Music Festival
Festival of improvised music.


Films, live performances and educational programs exploring the Jewish experience presented by the American Jewish Committee.


A formal concert celebrating the traditional urban love songs and culture of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Spirit of West Africa Festival
Showcase of West African musicians, dancers and artists presented by Thione Diop Productions as part of Seattle Center's Festál world cultural events series.

Têt Festival
Vietnamese Lunar New Year celebration presented by Têt in Seattle as part of Seattle Center's Festál world cultural events series.

TibetFest
Celebration of Tibetan culture presented by Tibetan Association of Washington as part of Seattle Center's Festál world cultural events series.


Celebration of Turkish culture presented by Turkish American Cultural Association of Washington as part of Seattle Center's Festál world cultural events series.


Community arts festival presented by the Wedgewood Community Council.

Word Expressed
Readings by Filipino artists and writers presented by Pinoy Words Expressed Kultura Arts.


Festival of music and dance from around the world presented by the Seattle World Percussion Society.

2011 Neighborhood & Community Arts Partners
Organizations each receive ,200.


Live music in multiple locations, Columbia City neighborhood, monthly.

Indigenous Showcase
Showcase of indigenous films from around the world presented by Longhouse Media, Northwest Film Forum.

Word Expressed
Readings by Filipino artists and writers presented by Filipino Community of Seattle.


Celebration of Celtic arts presented by the Celtic Arts Foundation.

Tet Festival
Vietnamese Lunar New Year celebration presented by Tet in Seattle as part of Seattle Center's Festál world cultural events series.

Seattle Improvised Music Festival
Improvised music festival presented by Seattle Improvised Music.

Cantonese Opera Concert-Celebrating the Year of the Tiger
Celebration of Lunar New Year presented by the Chong Hua Benevolent Association.


Contemporary music concert series presented by Washington Composers Forum.


A comedy and variety festival featuring aerialists, jugglers, comedians, dancers and more.


Films, live performances and educational programs exploring the Jewish experience presented by the American Jewish Committee.


Celebration of books, art, and food presented by Seattle Center for Book Arts.


Roving marching band music festival presented by Honk! Fest West.


Festival of music and dance from around the world presented by the Seattle World Percussion Society.


Fifth of May celebration presented by El Centro de la Raza.


Celebration of Iranian Culture presented by the Iranian American Community Alliance.

Georgetown Super 8 Film Festival
Showcase of local filmmakers.

Spirit of West Africa
Showcase of West African musicians, dancers, and artists presented by Thione Diop Productions.


Celebration of Chinese art and culture presented by the Washington Chinese Art & Culture Committee.

Guelaguetza
Music and dance from Oaxaca, Mexico; presented by Grupo Cultural Oaxaqueno.


Celebration of French culture presented by France Education Northwest.

Salon Ethiopia
2nd Annual Ethiopian New Year Festival presented by Salon Ethiopia

Wedgwood Art Festival
Community arts festival presented by the Wedgewood Art Festival.


Filipino American cultural celebration presented by Pista sa Nayon.


Street festival with 9 holes of golf designed by artists, and members of the community.

Teahouse Concert Festival
Dance and music series presented by Reggie Bardach.


Celebration of Brazilian culture presented by Brazil Center.


Central District arts festival, presented by Central Area Community Festival Association.

TibetFest
Celebration of Tibeten culture, presented by Tibetan Association of Washington.

The Uptown Stroll
Visual and performing arts festival, presented by Art for Uptown.


Showcase of visual artworks by artists of African descent from the Pacific Northwest and beyond.


Jazz music festival, presented by Pony Boy Records.


Celebration of Latino culture, presented by Sea Mar Community Health Center.


Latino cultural festival and gallery exhibition, presented by Phinney Neighborhood Association.


Annual open house of artists' lofts and galleries, featuring visual and performing arts; presented by Tashiro Kaplan Artist Lofts.


Festival of plays in French, presented by Steeplechase Productions.


Celebration of Turkish culture, presented by Turkish American Cultural Association of Washington.

Hmong New Year
Hmong celebration of the New Year, presented by Hmong Association of Washington.

2010 Neighborhood & Community Arts Partners
Organizations each receive ,200.


Live music in multiple locations, Columbia City neighborhood, monthly.

Indigenous Showcase
Showcase of indigenous films from around the world presented by Longhouse Media, Northwest Film Forum, monthly.

Word Expressed
Readings by Filipino artists and writers presented by Filipino Community of Seattle, Seattle University, Jan. 14 and Nov. 15.


Celebration of Celtic arts presented by the Celtic Arts Foundation, Benaroya Hall, Feb. 5.

Tet Festival
Vietnamese Lunar New Year celebration presented by Tet in Seattle, Seattle Center's Festál world cultural events series, Seattle Center, Feb. 6 -7.

Seattle Improvised Music Festival
Improvised music festival presented by Seattle Improvised Music; Chapel Performance Space at The Good Shepherd Center, Gallery 1412 and Washington Hall; Feb. 11-21.

Cantonese Opera Concert-Celebrating the Year of the Tiger
Celebration of Lunar New Year presented by the Chong Hua Benevolent Association, International District, Feb. 20.


Contemporary music concert series presented by Washington Composers Forum; Chapel Performance Space at The Good Shepherd Center; March 3; April 23, 24, 29; May 8;
July 17.


A comedy and variety festival featuring aerialists, jugglers, comedians, dancers and more at multiple neighborhood venues, including Fremont, downtown, Georgetown and Lower Queen Anne; March 11 - April 4.


Films, live performances and educational programs exploring the Jewish experience presented by the American Jewish Committee, Seattle; Cinerama and SIFF Cinema; March 13 - 31.


Celebration of books, art, and food presented by Seattle Center for Book Arts, Chapel Performance Space at The Good Shepherd Center, April 10.


Roving marching band music festival presented by Honk! Fest West; performances in Ballard, Georgetown, and Wallingford; April 9-11.


Festival of music and dance from around the world presented by the Seattle World Percussion Society, Seattle Center, April 23-25.


Fifth of May celebration presented by El Centro de la Raza, Jefferson Community Center, May 2.

ArtSpring!
Festival showcasing young artists with disabilities presented by VSA arts, Seattle Center, May 4-5.

Georgetown Super 8 Film Festival
Showcase of local filmmakers, Georgetown, May 8.

Spirit of West Africa
Showcase of West African musicians, dancers, and artists presented by Thione Diop Productions; Seattle Center; May 8.


Celebration of Chinese art and culture presented by the Washington Chinese Art & Culture Committee, Seattle Center's Festál world cultural events series, Seattle Center, May 22.

Guelaguetza
Music and dance from Oaxaca, Mexico; presented by Grupo Cultural Oaxaqueno; Dr. Blanche Lavizzo Park; June 26.

Bastille Day Festival
Celebration of French culture presented by France Education Northwest, Seattle Center's Festál world cultural events series, Seattle Center, July 10-11.


Jazz and creative music festival presented by Monktail Creative Music Concern, Cal Anderson Park, July 17 and Aug. 21.

Wedgwood Art Festival
Community arts festival presented by the Wedgewood Art Festival, Wedgwood, July 17.


Filipino American cultural celebration presented by Pista sa Nayon, Seward Park, Aug. 1.


Street festival with 9 holes of golf designed by artists, and members of the community. Presented by South Park Arts, August 3.

Teahouse Concert Festival
Dance and music series presented by Reggie Bardach, Coleman Park, Aug. 8 and 14.


Celebration of Brazilian culture presented by Brazil Center, Seattle Center's Festál world cultural events series, Seattle Center, Aug. 15.

Central Area Community Festival
Central District arts festival, presented by Central Area Community Festival Association, Garfiel Community Playfield, Aug. 21-22.

TibetFest
Celebration of Tibeten culture, presented by Tibetan Association of Washington, Seattle Center's Festál world cultural events series, Seattle Center, Aug. 28-29.

The Uptown Stroll
Visual and performing arts festival, presented by Art for Uptown, Counterbalance Park, Aug. 28.

Northwest African American Fine Arts Exhibit
Showcase of Pacific Northwest African American Fine Arts (NAAFA) presented by Onyx Fine Art Collective, Art/Not Terminal Gallery, Sept. 3 - Sept. 29


Jazz music festival, presented by Pony Boy Records, Magnuson Park, Noon to 5pm, Sept. 12.


Celebration of Hawaiian culture, presented by Live Aloha, Seattle Center's Festál world cultural events series Seattle Center, Sept. 12.


Celebration of Latino culture, presented by Sea Mar Community Health Center, Seattle Center's Festál world cultural events series Seattle Center, Seattle Center, Sept. 18-19.


Latino cultural festival and gallery exhibition, presented by Phinney Neighborhood Association, Phinney Center Gallery, Oct. 5 to Nov. 26.

Tashiro Kaplan Open House
Annual open house of artists' lofts and galleries, featuring visual and performing arts; presented by Tashiro Kaplan Artist Lofts, Tashiro Kaplan Building, Oct. 7.

Playing French Seattle
Festival of plays in French, presented by Steeplechase Productions, Ethnic Cultural Theatre, November 12-14.


Celebration of Turkish culture, presented by Turkish American Cultural Association of Washington, Seattle Center's Festál world cultural events series Seattle Center, Seattle Center, Oct. 16-17.

Hmong New Year
Hmong celebration of the New Year, presented by Hmong Association of Washington, Seattle Center's Festál world cultural events series Seattle Center, Seattle Center, Nov. 6.

2009 Neighborhood & Community Arts Partners
Organizations each receive ,200.

Tét Festival
Tét Festival: Vietnamese Lunar New Year, Seattle Center, Jan. 24 - 25.

Seattle Improvised Music Festival
24th Annual Seattle Improvised Music Festival, Chapel Performance Space at The Good Shepherd Center and Gallery 1412, Feb. 13 - 15 and Feb. 20 - 22.


29th year celebration, Seattle Center, Feb. 14 - 16.

Rainbow Bookfest
Writers of color share their cultural heritage and diverse perspectives, Langston Hughes Performing Arts Center, Feb. 28.


The world's largest comedy/variety festival, Hale's Palladium and ACT - A Contemporary Theatre, March 11 - April 5.


Celebration of African Cultures — designed by and for African immigrants, refugees and their children, Lake City/North Seattle, April 4.


14th Annual Seattle Jewish Film Festival, Cinerama Theatre and Museum of History and Industry, April 23 - May 3.


16th Annual Seattle World Rhythm Festival — drum and dance workshops and world music performances, Seattle Center, April 24 - 26.

The Georgetown Super 8 Film Festival
Residents of Georgetown share their creative ideas with the community regardless of their experience as a filmmaker or artist, Georgetown, May 2.

Southeast Senior Center
Seniors in a Cultural Groove — annual activity connecting elderly with the general arts community, Southeast Senior Center, May 16.

2009 Pagdiriwang — AYPE Igorrote Village Revisited
The "AYPE Igorrote Village Revisited" will celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition, Seattle Center, June 6.


21st Fremont Summer Solstice Parade, Fremont, June 20, noon.

Guelaguetza 2009
Festival of live music, dance, costumes and food from Oaxaca, Mexico; Dr. Blanche Lavizzo Park; June 20.

3rd Annual Artopia
Collaborative grassroots celebration of emerging and established artists and communities, Georgetown, June 27 - 28.


Community celebration showcasing local artists and musicians, Wedgwood, July 18.


Neighborhood event featuring bikes, bands and community building, South Park, Sept. 12.


Free jazz/creative music and community festival, Capitol Hill, July 18, August 22.


20-year history of Pista sa Nayon, Seward Park, July 26.


Brazilian arts and culture, Seattle Center, Aug. 16.


Celebration of Tibet Culture, Seattle Center, Aug. 22 - 23.

The Uptown Stroll 2009
Arts festival, Counterbalance Park, Aug. 29.

Korean Cultural Celebration
Art of the Korean traditional wedding ceremony with traditional and contemporary custom dress fashion show, Seattle Center, Sept. 12.


Turkish Cultural Festival, Seattle Center, Oct. 17-18.


Playing French Seattle — annual festival of plays in French language, Ethnic Cultural Theatre, Oct. 19 - Nov. 1.


Day of the Dead Festival, Cascade People's Center, Oct. 25 - Nov. 3.

Hmong Association of Washington,
Hmong New Year Festival, Seattle Center, Nov. 7.

2008 Neighborhood & Community Arts Partners
Organizations each receive ,200.

Beacon Hill News & South District Journal — Third Annual South Seattle Festival of Words and Photos, March 8, Rainier Valley Cultural Center.

— South Asian Women's Film Focus, March 28 to 30, Central Cinema.

Georgetown Super 8 — The Georgetown Super 8 Film Festival, April 18 to 20, The Shop, 6225 Ellis Ave. S.

— Mother's Day Hafla (celebration of motherhood and family); Saturday, May 3, 6 p.m. - midnight, Leif Erikson Hall, 2245NW 57th.

Thione Diop Productions — Spirit of West Africa, May 10, Seattle Center.

East Precinct Crime Prevention Coalition — Good Vibe 2008: Promote Neighborhood Safety (hip-hop concert), Saturday, June 28th, 4 p.m. - 7 p.m., Dr. Blanche Lavizzo Park.

SouthEast Effective Development — 6th Annual ArtsGumbo Kick-off concert, Saturday, August 27. 6:30 - 9:30 p.m.. Free event in Columbia Park featuring performances by ethnic ensembles.

!!ArtsLaunch!! — !!ArtsLaunch!! Forum Series, June 5, Tashiro Kaplan Artists Lofts and Oct. 25, The Chapel at the Good Shepherd Center.

— Fremont Solstice Parade and Pageant, June 21, Fremont at 1st Ave. N.W. and N. 36th St. to Gasworks Park.

Filipino Cultural Heritage Society of Washington — Pagdiriwang: Words Expressed: Filipina Women Writers; June 6, 7 and 8; Seattle Center and additional location TBA.

— Lake Union Wooden Boat Festival, July 4 to 6, Lake Union Park, Center for Wooden Boats.

South Park Arts — South Park Bikes and Bands, July 12, South Park Community Center.

— Pista sa Nayon (Filipino American festival), July 27, Seward Park.

— Washington Blues Society 2008 Annual Summer Concert; August, date TBA; Magnuson Park.

— Arts in Nature Festival, Aug. 23 and 24, Camp Long.

Tibetan Association of Washington — Understanding the Roots and Origins of Nangma Tradition, Aug. 24 and 25, Seattle Center and Greenwood Senior Center.

Korean-American Art & Cultural of the Pacific Northwest — Fifth Annual Korean Cultural Celebration, Sept. 6, Seattle Center.

Seattle-Oaxaca Fiesta Committee — Guelaguetza 2008 (festival of music, dance, costumes, and food from Oaxaca, Mexico); Sept. 7; Dr. Blanche Lavizzo Park.

SLAM Festival — Seattle Latin American Music Festival, Oct. 9 to 11, Good Shepherd Center.

— El Dia de los Muertos Altar Exhibit: Day of the Dead Festival, Nov. 1 to 21, 2524 16th Ave. S.

— Day of the Dead Festival; festival, Nov. 7; gallery show, Nov. 7-21; Phinney Neighborhood Center.

Hmong Association of Washington — Hmong New Year, Nov. 8, Seattle Center.

Sevdah Institute North America — Evening of Sevdah: The Love Songs of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Nov. 29, Town Hall.

2007 Neighborhood & Community Arts Partners
Organizations each receive ,200.

!!Arts Launch!!
!!Arts Launch!! Forum Series
April 5, May 3 and Nov. 1, 2007, Tashiro Kaplan Artist Lofts.

(an independent film organization)
Aaina: South Asian Film Focus
March 16 to 18, 2007, 1411 21st Ave.


Seattle Jewish Film Festival
March 17 - 25, 2007, Cinerama and Museum of History & Industry.


South Park Art Walk
April and September 2007, 14th Ave. South.


Fremont Solstice Parade and Pageant
Workshops, May 6 to June 23, 2007
Parade, June 23, 2007, Fremont at 1st Ave. N.W. and N. 36th St. to Gasworks Park.

Greenwood Arts Council
Greenwood-Phinney Art Walk
May 11-12, 2007, various businesses on Phinney and Greenwood Avenues, from 60th Northwest to 87th Northwest.

Haller Lake Arts Council
3rd Annual Chili Palooza
June 23, 2007, Haller Lake Community Club.

Ballard Advisory Council
Jazz at Golden Gardens
July 27 and Aug. 24, 2007, Golden Gardens Bath House.


Pista sa Nayon (Filipino American festival)
July 22, 2007, Seward Park.

Magnolia Art Show
Magnolia Summerfest Art Show
Aug 3 and 4, 2007, 32nd Ave. W. and West Smith Street.

Cambodian Women's Association
Cambodian Cultural Heritage
Aug. 11, 2007, Seattle Center.


Washington Blues Society Annual Picnic and Concert
Aug. 19, 2007, Magnuson Park

Tibetan Association of Washington
TibetFest
Aug. 25 and 26, 2007, Seattle Center.


Arts in Nature Festival
Aug. 25 and 26, 2007, Camp Long.

Art for Uptown
The Uptown Stroll
Aug. 25, 2007, Counterbalance Park.

Korean American Art & Culture of the Pacific Northwest
4th Annual Korean Cultural Celebration
Sept. 8, 2007, Seattle Center.

Seattle-Oaxaca Fiesta Committee
Guelaguetza 2007
Sept. 8, 2007, Dr. Blanche Lavizzo Park.


Day of the Dead Festival
Festival: Nov. 2, 2007, Gallery Art Show: Nov. 2 to 24, 2007, Phinney Neighborhood Center.

Hmong Association of Washington
Hmong New Year
Nov. 3, 2007, Seattle Center.





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