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Making Art Accessible: 21 Progress Social Justice Art Gallery

Making Art Accessible: 21 Progress Social Justice Art Gallery

Jacqueline E. Wu July 28, 2016 0

Imagine a space where communities of color come together and express themselves through art. What issues will appear on canvas? What stories will be brought to life? What would that look like? On Thursday,

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The stories of the ‘War Brides’ of Japan need to be told

The stories of the ‘War Brides’ of Japan need to be told

Yayoi Lena Winfrey July 21, 2016 0

One day in the early 1980s, my Japanese mother took my sister and me to an International District gift shop. A middle-aged Japanese American man working there glanced briefly towards us, before turning away

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July 20, 2016  Arts Etc.

July 20, 2016 Arts Etc.

Alan Chong Lau July 21, 2016 0

Visual Arts The annual celebration of arts & crafts known as the BAM ARTSFAIR comes to downtown Bellevue once again from July 29 – 31. Bellevue Square  and Bellevue Arts Museum.  Friday – Sat.

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Cohesive artistic team behind ReACT Theatre’s <em>The Aliens </em>

Cohesive artistic team behind ReACT Theatre’s The Aliens

Roxanne Ray July 20, 2016 0

Summer is a time for barbecues, outdoor activities, and friends. And that combination motivated ReACT Theatre’s artistic director David Hsieh to select Annie Baker’s 2010 play, The Aliens, which is set in July, for

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Announcement: ‘Sharon Chang & Friends’ on July 20

Announcement: ‘Sharon Chang & Friends’ on July 20

The International Examiner July 20, 2016 0

The Elliot Bay Book Company’s program “Sharon Chang & Friends” is a celebration of talented Asian American/multiracial women in our community. The program begins with a short performance by Brenda Xu, who’ll be followed

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In Review: <em>‘Delano Manongs,’</em> a story of  Filipino perseverance

In Review: ‘Delano Manongs,’ a story of Filipino perseverance

Joshua Talosig July 13, 2016 0

Day by day, people go about their lives, often unaware of who and what came before them. The stories of previous generations, and the contributions they’ve made, have shaped our present day in ways

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Bharti Kirchner’s <em>Goddess of Fire</em>  an engaging look into history

Bharti Kirchner’s Goddess of Fire an engaging look into history

Nalini Iyer July 13, 2016 0

Her popularity was apparent at the recent Seattle Public Library event featuring her new novel, Goddess of Fire, which drew a large audience and enthusiastic questions from many who had been eagerly awaiting this

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July 9, 2016 Arts Etc.

July 9, 2016 Arts Etc.

Alan Chong Lau July 9, 2016 0

Visual Arts “Handmade in Camp – What We couldn’t Carry” is a group show that displays over 60 items including furniture, jewelry, tools, paintings, needlework, scrapbooks, games, toys and quilts – all handcrafted items

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API films: Joyful Yo-Yo Ma, gloom in ‘Wailing,’ love ‘Right Now’

API films: Joyful Yo-Yo Ma, gloom in ‘Wailing,’ love ‘Right Now’

Yayoi Lena Winfrey July 7, 2016 0

At the tender age of seven, cellist Yo-Yo Ma entertained President Kennedy at the White House. Since then, the world-renowned musician has accumulated a glut of awards including 18 Grammys. Yet, his solo accomplishments

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Crowd-funded United States of China at Hale’s Palladium

Crowd-funded United States of China at Hale’s Palladium

Roxanne Ray July 7, 2016 0

Terrorism is put on trial in playwright Nickolas Vassili’s latest production of his play The United States of China. After public staged readings in December 2014, the play has been revised and will be

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