King Day

January 20 @ 11:00 am

Join us for our annual King Day program to enjoy interactive activities for children and families, vendors, film screenings, a powerful keynote speaker, and remarks from community leaders, and more!

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No Small Talk: Color and Cannabis

January 30 @ 7:00 pm

In partnership with the Association of Black Social Work Students at the University of Washington’s School of Social Work, this community dialogue series invites and highlights voices and ideas from across the Black diaspora on important topics that inform the individual and collective Black experience. These moderated conversations center the voices of performing artists, mental health professionals, spiritual and body workers, writers, authors and more from across the northwest. January's topic is Color and Cannabis- Discussing the prison industrial complex, legalization, stigma and frontrunners of revolutionizing the Black Cannabis experience.

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Current Exhibition: Christopher Shaw

April 5

Christopher Shaw explores the spiritual bridge between notions of design and processes of divination. Shaw presents us with minimalist works in clay and urges us to consider how objects carry the seeds of culture. Individual and assembled ceramic sculpture join vessel forms in the artist’s latest body of work.

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