Community Events

Browse our events board to stay up to date on the latest cultural activities in the Seattle area. One City Project aims to help members of our community create connections across cultures and languages. Our events board is a place to find upcoming opportunities to meet new people, to take in arts, enjoy local cultures, and take part in important conversations.

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Walk for Rice 2017

Walk for Rice 2017

Saturday June 24th - 8:00am - Saturday June 24th - 1:00pm

Seward Park, Seattle

Come take part in the 27th annual Walk for Rice and raise funds for the Asian Counseling and Referral Services Food Bank!

The ACRS Food Bank is the one of the most visited food banks in King County, and the only one in the state that regularly provides foods that meet the Asian and Pacific Islander (AAPI) diet. Each year, more than 5,700 individuals and families rely on our food bank and nutrition programs to have enough to eat. Our food bank is located in Seattle’s Chinatown International District and provides items like rice, tofu, noodles, fish and fresh produce. Join us in helping clients lead healthy lives through increased access to nutritious and culturally familiar food!

Register yourself, join a team, or form your own team at www.walkforrice.org. Run or walk an easy 2.5 mile path around Seward Park's lower loop. Enjoy entertainment, local celebs, food trucks!
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48 interested  ·  56 going
New Holly 2nd Annual Juneteenth Celebration

New Holly 2nd Annual Juneteenth Celebration

Saturday June 24th - 9:00am - Saturday June 24th - 5:00pm

New Holly Gathering Hall
7054 32nd Ave S
Seattle, WA  98118 Map

What is Juneteenth:
Juneteenth, also known as Juneteenth Independence Day or Freedom Day, is a holiday that
commemorates the ending of slavery in the United States. It was on June 19th 1865 - two and a
half years after the Emancipation Proclamation - that Union soldiers landed in Galveston, Texas
and brought with them news that the war was over and that slavery was ended throughout the
Confederate South.
Celebrated on June 19, the term is a portmanteau of June and nineteenth and is recognized as
a state holiday or special day of observance in most states. This year marks the 150th
anniversary of the first Juneteenth celebration. The oldest nationally celebrated commemoration
of the ending of slavery in the US, Juneteenth is a celebratory occasion that brings together
people of different backgrounds in our neighborhood and in communities across the nation to
celebrate, enrich, and educate with music, dance and art, and to connect people to vital
resources for neighborhood empowerment and a better life for all.
What will the NewHolly Juneteenth be about:
Juneteenth will be a celebration. There will be historical education on its' meaning as well as
multi-cultural activities, dance, spoken word, music, foods, multicultural performances, and all
kinds of resources for the benefit of children, students, young people, families, and the
community.
Areas the celebration will encompass​:
Advocacy, Art/Performing/Visual/Music, Cultural Celebration, Cultural Event, Education,
Environment, Race & Social Justice, Seminars/Workshops, Health, Food Security/Urban
Agriculture, Organizing, Training & Leadership Development, Video Documentary, Youth, Seniors, and families.
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Experience Korea! at the Shoreline Arts Festival

Experience Korea! at the Shoreline Arts Festival

Saturday June 24th - 10:00am - Sunday June 25th - 5:00pm

Korean American Historical Society (KAHS) 한인 이민사 연구 편찬회
C/O Wing Luke Museum, 719 So King St
Seattle, WA  98104 Map

The whole family can experience Korea through sights, sounds, tastes, and touch. Children can learn to play the game of Yut Nori, read Korean children's books, make traditional Korean clothing (Jong-y-Jup-Ki), write their names in Korean (HanGul), dress up in traditional Korean clothing (HanBok), play traditional musical instruments (AkGi), and much more.

While the kids are engaged, parents can relax, read about Korean history and culture, partake in tasty treats and drinks which are served on traditional holidays, or participate in the hands-on activities as well.
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2017 K-POP World Festival Seattle Preliminary

2017 K-POP World Festival Seattle Preliminary

Saturday June 24th - 6:00pm - Saturday June 24th - 9:00pm

Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council
18560 1st Ave NE
Shoreline, WA  98155 Map

2017 K-Pop World Festival Recruits Regional Participants for Greater Seattle Area

Over 70 Vocal/Performance teams have submitted their applications and 16 teams have been chosen to perform in the event at the Shoreline Arts Festival Outdoor Stage on June 24.

We'd like to invite all of you to our FREE, fun and exciting event. Join us!

We'll have great raffle prizes such as Air Ticket to Korea sponsored by Asiana Airlines, Korean Restaurant Voucher, Korean Spa, Korean Bakery Cake gift certificate, movie tickets and more.

Everyone is eligible to win a (raffle) prize, so we would love to see you in our event.

For more information, visit our website www.seattlen.com/kpop


Saturday June 24, 2017 6:00 ~ 9:00 PM

2017 Shoreline Art Festival Outdoor Stage
18560 1st Ave NE
Shoreline WA 98155

Presented by Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Seattle

Produced by SeattleN
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249 interested  ·  44 going
On the Banks of the Tigris: The Hidden Story of Iraqi Music

On the Banks of the Tigris: The Hidden Story of Iraqi Music

Saturday June 24th - 7:30pm - Sunday June 25th - 4:00pm

Northwest Film Forum
1515 12th Ave
Seattle, WA  98122 Map

(Marsha Emerman, 2015, Australia, 79 min)

** Seattle premiere! Director in attendance! **

Saturday, Jun 24 at 07:30PM
Sunday, Jun 25 at 04:00PM

As a young boy, Majid Shokor loved singing and listening to music in the cafes and markets of Baghdad. Music and acting were his passions, but Saddam’s brutal regime shattered his dreams and forced him to flee.

Australia is a safe haven, but the music of childhood lingers in Majid’s mind. He begins to search and makes a startling discovery – that many of the best-known Iraqi songs were written by Iraqi Jews.

What happened to these Iraqi Jewish musicians? How was this history so well hidden?

Majid embarks on a bold journey to find out more. His quest takes him from Australia to Israel, Europe and Iraq to meet great Iraqi musicians and hear their stories. Young and old, Muslim, Jewish and Christian, they all play the same songs and share a sense of loss and longing for their homeland.

A music critic and composer living in exile, whose defiance of censorship nearly cost him his life, helps to unravel the hidden history. Majid’s dream of a unifying concert bears fruit when Iraqi musicians of all faiths perform together in a joyful celebration at London’s Barbican Centre.

“Magnificent. Beautifully filmed and paced, with a rich array of personalities and music.” - ABC Radio National

“An extraordinary story of cultural resilience and identity.” – The Conversation

“A compelling affirmation of the power of song to mend hearts and bridge cultural and religious divides.” – Metro Magazine
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Summer Youth Leadership Program (SYLP) 2017

Summer Youth Leadership Program (SYLP) 2017

Monday June 26th - 9:00am - Thursday July 6th - 3:00pm

Massive Monkees Studio: The Beacon

SUMMER YOUTH LEADERSHIP PROGRAM

Empowering and inspiring Asian-American youth in high school.

WHEN: June 26—July 13, 2017
Monday—Friday: 9 a.m.—3 p.m.

WHERE:
Massive Monkees Studio
664 South King St., Seattle

WHAT:
•Develop leadership and communication skills
•Meet role models and leaders
•Discover Asian community resources
•Build friendships with youths from other areas of Puget Sound
•Exciting field trips
•Great speakers
•All expenses paid, including ethnic lunches
every day for 3 weeks
•Earn $200 to $500 in scholarships


APPLY HERE:
www.nwasianweekly.com/wp-content/uploads/ad/SYLPapp2017.pdf
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KAC-WAs Professional Networking Mixer!

KAC-WA's Professional Networking Mixer!

Wednesday June 28th - 5:30pm - Wednesday June 28th - 7:30pm

The Gokan by Musashi 954 E Union St Ste 101, Seattle, WA 98122 ·

Come mix and mingle with your friends at KAC-WA! Join us with friends or come alone...either way, you'll meet some cool new people at the KAC-WA Professional Networking Mixer!

23 interested  ·  6 going
Taste of the World

Taste of the World

Thursday June 29th - 6:30pm - Thursday June 29th - 9:30pm

St Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church
2100 Boyer Ave E
Seattle, WA  98112 Map

Join us in celebrating World Refugee Day with a Taste of the World! From 6:30-9:30 PM, we will delight your taste buds with homemade dishes from all over the globe, move you with performances from the Congolese Women's Choir and Jafra Dabke Dance Team, inspire you with powerful stories from our refugee clients, and motivate you to action with our big reveal.

If you have been wondering how you can help support refugees and asylum seekers in our area, there is no better time than now to come find out! Lutheran Community Services Northwest's Refugee and Asylum Programs has been serving refugees in our area for 35 years and is poised to help more people than ever seek safety, hope and a new life in our country. We invite you to come help make this possible!

This will be a celebration to remember, and seating is limited. Tickets are FREE, but please use this link to RSVP for yourself or for a whole table: www.eventbrite.com/e/taste-of-the-world-tickets-34552788320

If you are unable to attend, please consider making a donation to help support this life-saving work: lcsnw.ejoinme.org/Refugee_and_Asylum
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Somali Independence Festival

Somali Independence Festival

Saturday July 1st - 1:00pm - Saturday July 1st - 7:00pm

4351 S Othello St, Seattle, WA 98118, United States

It is with great pleasure that I write to invite you to our 10th Annual Somali Unity Day Festival on Saturday, 01 July 2017.

It will be held on the back field of Othello Park at 4351 South Othello St Seattle, WA 98118 from 1:00 pm to 7:00 pm. This event is meant to celebrate our birth place as well as our cultural heritage. There will be various events and activities for all ages and also we provide a booth table for showcase

If you need more information please email at somcss@yahoo.com
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137 interested  ·  64 going
Eid al-Fitr Celebration

Eid al-Fitr Celebration

Thursday July 6th - 4:00pm - Thursday July 6th - 8:00pm

Delridge Community Center
4501 Delridge Way SW
Seattle, WA  98106 Map

Join us in celebrating this Muslim holiday with food, enterntainment, face painting, & more!

19 interested  ·  16 going
Михаил Башаков ( рок-н-ролл & блюз)

Михаил Башаков ( рок-н-ролл & блюз)

Friday July 7th - 8:00pm - Friday July 7th - 10:00pm

21820 NE 56th St, Redmond, WA 98053-8235, United States

МИХАИЛ БАШАКОВ – уникальный автор-исполнитель с берегов Невы, песни которого на слуху буквально у каждого, кто хоть раз включал радио. Но по-настоящему повезло тем, кому довелось побывать на живых концертах исполнителя, будь то формат сольного акустического выступления, различных творческих тандемов с музыкантами-инструменталистами или боевое электричество группы БАШАКОВ BAND.

Помимо филигранной, искрящейся, абсолютно самобытной музыкальной составляющей творчества артиста вкупе с безукоризненной вязью текстов, изумляющих своей лёгкостью и в то же время многозначностью, глубокой философичностью и тонкой ироничностью, Михаил обладает поистине потрясающим природным артистизмом и безмерно благодатной человеческой энергетикой, которую он щедро дарит окружающим.

И, лишь раз бросив взгляд на сцену, ты и правда веришь, что у этого человека под крылом солнце… Ведь не зря после каждого выступления люди выходят с открытыми счастливыми улыбками на лицах, напевая: «Нам нужен просто светлый день», поскольку именно таким всегда будет день, когда вы побывали на концерте Михаила Башакова!

Михаил является автором более десяти музыкальных альбомов и двух поэтических сборников.
Помимо постоянной концертной деятельности на территории России, регулярно гастролирует по Европе, Канаде и Америке, где его принимают с той же неизменной радостью и теплотой.

Стоимость билетов - $25 (presale)

Приобрести билеты можно:

- на сайте: www.AndreBor.com

- на входе ($30)

Спасибо!

До встречи на концерте!

Andre Bor

206-650-6999
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Eid Fest 2017

Eid Fest 2017

Saturday July 8th - 12:00pm - Saturday July 8th - 8:00pm

Marymoor Park And Trails
6046 W Lake Sammamish Parkway NE Redmond, WA 98052
Redmond, WA   Map

Come join the Eid Fest to celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr and the end of Ramadan!

Register: events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/regform?llr=dnfpslfab&oeidk=a07ee7q5ifp5ac24ece

570 interested  ·  209 going
Arab Festival 2017

Arab Festival 2017

Saturday July 15th - 11:00am - Sunday July 16th - 6:00pm

Seattle Center
305 Harrison St
Seattle, WA  98109 Map

The Arab Center of Washington (ACW) is a cultural organization founded in 1992 by a group of community members following the first Persian Gulf War. Their goal was to showcase Arab culture and arts in our own community. They researched ideas on how to achieve this objective and produced the first Arab Festival, which was held at Seattle philanthropist Kay Bullitt’s home in 1993.

In 1999, ACW partnered with Seattle Center to produce the Arab Festival as part of Seattle Center’s Festal. Festal is a series of 20 cultural and ethnic festivals sponsored by the City of Seattle throughout the calendar year. The Arab Festival won the “Best of Festal” in 2001, and is currently produced every two years. It has become ACW’s signature event. By 2007, the Arab Festival had grown to over 5,000 attendees from Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Canada.

ACW believes Arab culture in all of its richness and diversity has something to offer all people. ACW’s vision is to strengthen relationships between Arabs, Arab Americans and the wider community and to see all people in the Pacific Northwest region benefit from ACW programs and services, while gaining an enhanced, realistic understanding of what it means to be Arab. The Arab festival is our signature event. Don’t miss it!
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McDonalds Presents Dragon Fest 2017

McDonald's Presents Dragon Fest 2017

Saturday July 15th - 12:00pm - Sunday July 16th - 6:00pm

Seattle's Chinatown-International District
Seattle, WA  98104 Map

McDonald's Presents Dragon Fest 2017 is on Saturday July 15th from noon to 8pm, and Sunday July 16th from noon to 6pm, in the Chinatown-International District! This summer festival is the largest annual Asian American celebration in the Pacific Northwest. Centered in the heart of Seattle’s historic Chinatown-International District, Dragon Fest attracts more than 30,000 people over two days and features a line-up of over 20 cultural performances with everything from the spirited Chinese lion and dragon dances, to captivating martial arts demonstrations and Japanese Taiko drumming. Bounded by the iconic Chinese Gate and beautiful Hing Hay Park, this Seafair Festival brings the streets to life with historic walking tours, a large-scale outdoor Asian market and cultural activities for people of all ages

Take a tasting tour of Asia with the $3 Food Walk presented by Delta! Collect 5 stamps for your chance to enter to win prizes. Stay tuned for participating businesses as we get closer to the event.

Check out the official Dragon Fest website: www.cidbia.org/dragonfest

Interested in becoming a vendor at our event? Visit our website for pricing and application information: www.cidbia.org/dragonfest

Stay tuned for more information!
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Clothesline Banner Party!

Clothesline Banner Party!

Saturday July 15th - 1:00pm - Saturday July 15th - 4:00pm

Somali Family Safety Task Force
7054 32nd Ave S
Seattle, WA  98118 Map

PARTY ON-SITE UNDER THE BANNERS! JULY 15 @ 1PM, Free Food, Kid Activity / S Myrtle Pl.

SOMALI FAMILY SAFETY TASK FORCE, AND ARTIST GEORGE LEE, PRESENT TO YOU THE BANNER PROJECT. EXPRESSING THE CREATIVITY WITHIN EACH OF US, THE SFSTF - DEVELOPED WOMEN’S SEWING CLASS AT NEWHOLLY IS CREATING A MASSIVE SCULPTURE WITH GEORGE OF INDIVIDUALLY MADE CLOTH BANNERS STRUNG ALONG 200’ OF LINE BETWEEN FIVE (5) 15’ TALL POLES ON THE CHIEF SEALTH TRAIL at s myrtle pl. THE ART PROUDLY EXPRESSES AND SHARES THE STRENGTHS OF OUR NEIGHBORHOOD’S PEOPLE AND PLACES.
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Anna Karenina

Anna Karenina

Saturday July 15th - 7:30pm - Saturday July 15th - 9:30pm

Northwest Film Forum
1515 12th Ave
Seattle, WA  98122 Map

(Angelica Cholina, Russia, 2016, 165 min)

** This screening will have an intermission **

Saturday, Jul 15 at 07:30PM

Directed and choreographed by Angelica Cholina, this Vakhtangov Theatre production of Anna Karenina is a modern dance interpretation of Leo Tolstoy's classic novel, originally published in serial installments from 1875 to 1877 in the periodical The Russian Messenger. Telling the life story of the titular Anna, a St. Petersburg aristocrat, against the backdrop of late 19th century Russian society, Tolstoy's novel is widely considered a pinnacle in realist fiction.

Cholina strives to find the equivalent of Tolstoy's words in harmony and movement, as every gesture holds as much meaning as a word. The music of Alfred Schnittke helps to reveal the characters of the drama and their depth, together with elegance and mood corresponding to the amplitude of the novel.
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HHC Summer AAPI Arts & Crafts Fair

HHC Summer AAPI Arts & Crafts Fair

Thursday July 20th - 6:00pm - Thursday July 20th - 9:00pm

Hing Hay Coworks
409B Maynard Ave S
Seattle, WA  98104 Map

Our first Arts & Crafts Fair was a success! We attracted over 200+ attendees to the space and a few of our vendors completely sold out of items! We are excited to host our second AAPI Arts & Crafts Fair on the same day as The Wing Luke Museum's JamFest, IDEA Space's Alley Party, and the Chinatown International District Business Improvement Area (CIDBIA) Thursday Food Walk to give attendees and visitors of the town a full entertainment and shopping experience.

Our goal is to increase awareness, visibility and patronage of AAPI community artists and crafters by providing a new market venue for artists to sell their original arts or crafts creations in the Seattle Chinatown International District.

Are you an Asian American Pacific Islander and want to showcase your work at the fair? Or do you know any AAPI vendors that may be interested? To apply, complete the form here: bit.ly/arts_craftsAAPI by June 5, 2017. Artists will be selected based on quality, cultural sensitivity, materials sustainability and arts and crafts diversity. When accepted, you will be notified by June 20th!

We hope to see ya'll at the fair!
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Mad Hops 4 Humanity: Dunk for Refugees

Mad Hops 4 Humanity: Dunk for Refugees

Friday August 4th - 5:00pm - Friday August 4th - 6:00pm

Join me live (or via Facebook live) as I attempt to dunk a basketball on my 44th Birthday to raise 44k for refugees.

Location TBD but hopefuly announced in the next 30 days.

Donate to refugees: ow.ly/nOef30bcUFb
Follow the journey: madhops4humanity.blogspot.com/
Like the page: www.facebook.com/madhops4humanity
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Train the Trainer: Strategies for Facilitating Conversatoins

Train the Trainer: Strategies for Facilitating Conversatoins

Thursday August 10th - 9:00am - Friday August 11th - 4:30pm

2100 24th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98144-4632, United States

Through engaging and interactive exercises, you’ll learn helpful strategies and tips on how to successfully present sensitive information to a wide audience of learners. You will develop skills to take difficult conversations about race, privilege and power to a deeper level and learn strategies for working with resistance. The two-day workshop will give you time to practice applying the strategies in a variety of scenarios.

Both experienced and novice trainers are encouraged to attend and will learn new tools. However, participants in this workshop should have awareness of your own biases, privileges and internalized oppression, as well as some knowledge of institutional racism and white privilege in the United States. The more personal work you have done to understand these issues, the more you will get out of this workshop as a facilitator.

The skills developed in this two-day intensive are valuable for individuals who want to further equity work in their communities. Organizations committed to instituting systemic change will also benefit by training a cohort of internal trainers to provide on-going, culturally relevant professional development for staff.

Participants in this workshop receive a free copy of our Train the Trainer workbook, filled with take-away resources and valued at $32.00.

Participants will…

Gain tips for creating a welcoming environment.
Learn ways to establish credibility and build relationships with participants.
Identify your own triggers and learn strategies to engage people when they are triggered.
Develop skills for handling common pitfalls and resistance.
Explore different dynamics for facilitators of color and white facilitators.
Cultivate the ability to address cultural tensions and conflict.
Notice and address common expressions of white privilege in workshop dynamics.


Facilitators
Caprice D. Hollins, Psy.D. & Ilsa Govan, M.A.

Cost
$275 Early-Bird registration before July 20th, $300 thereafter.
Includes free resources, a light breakfast and afternoon snacks.
No refunds given for any reason after August 3, 2017, although you are welcome to gift your seat to a colleague.
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Race, Identity and Culture in the Pacific Northwest

Race, Identity and Culture in the Pacific Northwest

Thursday August 10th - 7:00pm - Thursday August 10th - 9:00pm

The Seattle Public Library
Central Library, 1000 4th Ave
Seattle, WA  98104 Map

Join the second installment of a 2-part series celebrating Seattle Center Festál.

Culture carriers, artists and historians each share their views on the value of race, identity and culture in relationship to communal celebrations. What role do ethnic gatherings have in strengthening identity? Panel discussions presented in partnership with Seattle Public Library. The panel will be moderated by journalist Angela Russell.

Angela Russell is a journalist, screenwriter, and communications consultant. Learn more at www.blacksheepunleashed.com. She lives with her two young girls in Seattle, WA.

Ramon Isao is an author/screenwriter who received the Tim McGinnis Award for Fiction, and writing fellowships from Artist Trust and Jack Straw Cultural Center. He has an MFA from Columbia University, and he teaches at Hugo House.

Delbert Richardson is a creator, developer, and curator of The America History Traveling Museum: The Unspoken Truths. He holds numerous awards, including the Intiman Theatre Black Nativity Award, the Newman Civic Fellows Award, and most recently, the 2017 Carter G. Woodson Award. Learn more at www.theunspokentruths.com.

Dennis Caldirola was born and raised in the "Garlic Gulch" neighborhood of Seattle's Rainier Valley. He devoted his twenties to being a singer and musician in both the U.S. and Italy. Since 1993, he has served as the Executive Director of Festa Italiana, the not-for-profit corporation that produces the Italian Festival at Seattle Center, now in its 30th year.

Juliet Cheatle is a cultural worker, community organizer, and choreographer and dancer of traditional Filipino dance. Born and raised from native Kalinga parents in the village of Lubuagan and Guinaang, Philippines, she was raised and nurtured in Kalinga traditional values and ways of life.
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Rainier Valley Heritage Parade & Festival

Rainier Valley Heritage Parade & Festival

Saturday August 12th - 11:00am - Saturday August 12th - 4:30pm

5290 Rainier Ave S, Seattle, WA 98118-6104, United States

17 interested  ·  16 going
WAgant 2017 NW Music Fest!

WAgant 2017 NW Music Fest!

Friday August 18th - 3:00pm - Sunday August 20th - 5:00pm

Slavic Lake 10004 Wright Bliss Road Kp N Gig Harbor, WA 98329

WAgant Northwest Music Fest is a festival for all musicians and music bands regardless of their preferred musical genre.

The mission of this festival is to allow any musician, singer, songwriter and such to show their skills and talents.

www.WAgant.com

Дорогие друзья!

Приглашаем вас принять участие в музыкальном фестивале "WAгант 2017", который вновь пройдет с 18 по 20 августа 2017 года в живописнейшем месте на берегу озера, менее чем в часе езды от Сиэтла.

WAgant - фестиваль для всех музыкантов и музыкальных коллективов, вне зависимости от их жанровой принадлежности. Фестиваль, задача которого - дать возможность музыкантам любых направлений, авторам, исполнителям, вокалистам, создав свою группу музыкальных единомышленников, показать свое творчество, выступить на сцене фестиваля и выиграть главный приз.

Что такое "Ваганты" на нашем фестивале? Нам видится некое единое сообщество музыкантов и их аудитории - людей, обладающих не меньшим талантом - талантом слушать и поддерживать, ведь без них трудно реализоваться даже самому одаренному исполнителю. Людей, знающих и любящих творчество "своих" исполнителей, и способных помочь представить его с наилучшей стороны.

Фестиваль будет записываться студией ARTA Records. Лучшие песни будут отобраны для возможного включения в CD "Гитара по кругу 2017", презентация которого состоится на одноименном Новогоднем концерте в Русском центре города Редмонда.

Количество мест на фестивальной поляне ограничено, поэтому если вы и ваши друзья хотите расположиться вместе - пожалуйста, покупайте билеты заранее, и дайте знать о количестве человек в вашей группе.

Билеты можно заказывать уже сейчас:

стоимость билетов - $45 (presale) , дети до 12 лет - бесплатно.

Приобрести билеты можно на сайтах:

- www.ticketfly.com/event/1440408
- www.AndreBor.com
- www.WAgant.com
или чеком на имя Andre Bor, выслать по адресу:

Arta Records
2550 56 Ave SW
Seattle, WA 98116

Пожалуйста, следите за нашими обновлениями, информация будет добавляться по мере поступления.


До скорой нам встречи на фестивале "WAгант 2017"!

С уважением,

Andre Bor
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AAJA Seattle Chef Showcase 2017

AAJA Seattle Chef Showcase 2017

Monday August 21st - 6:00pm - Monday August 21st - 9:00pm

AAJA Seattle
Seattle, WA  98109 Map

Calling all food enthusiasts, media professionals, and supporters of diversity in journalism! Join AAJA Seattle for its fifth annual Chef Showcase, a night of delicious food and drink atop the tallest building in the city.

Some of the most exciting chefs around Seattle are donating their time to share their recipes and samples with us. (Don't worry, there will be plenty to go around!) Past participants include Eduardo Jordan of Salare; Rachel Yang, a James Beard-nominated chef and co-owner of Joule and Revel; Prometheus Brown and Chera Amlag of Food and Sh*t; and Yenvy Pham of Pho Bac.

So what are you waiting for? Tickets for this event are limited. Come up for the view. Stay for the food, booze and great company.

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FEATURED CHEFS

Chef Kenny Lee of Dragonfish
Chef Lisa Nakamura of Gnocchi Bar and Project Feast
Chef Park of Chan
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DRINKS

Lucky Envelope Brewing
Tsillan Cellars
Obelisco Winery
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TICKETS

AAJA Members & students: $25 (limit one per member)
Non-Members: $40
Tickets at the door: $50

Everyone, regardless of membership status, will pay $50 at the door. You must be 21 or older to attend the Chef Showcase. Students or recent graduates with financial difficulties in purchasing a ticket may contact us at aajaseattle@gmail.com for assistance.

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Proceeds from this event benefit the Asian American Journalists Association Seattle chapter. AAJA Seattle is dedicated to promoting diversity in local newsrooms and fair coverage of Asian Americans in the media. Our programs include college scholarships for aspiring journalists, career development and community outreach to local nonprofit organizations.

ABOUT AAJA SEATTLE

Since 1985, AAJA Seattle has provided scholarships for students, professional development for journalists and service to the community in the Pacific Northwest.

The Seattle chapter promotes the association's three-part mission:
- To encourage young Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders to enter the ranks of journalism.
- To promote fair and accurate coverage of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.
- To increase the number of Asian American and Pacific Islander journalists and news managers in the industry.

AAJA Seattle's members work throughout Washington state in print, television, radio and online media.
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