A monthly gathering for BIPOC filmmakers and creatives to get together and strengthen our community.
23165|https://www.langstonseattle.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/Langston-Financial-Workshop-Invitation-Flyer-1030x736.jpg|largeYour Financial Journey Part 1: Budgeting & Saving July 19, 2022 | 5:30 - 6:30 PM Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute RSVP CHASE Bank is presenting the first of a two-part series of financial literacy workshops called "Your Financial Journey". In this first installment, we'll explore budgeting and saving through a series of informative and...
Northwest Tap Connection and LANGSTON are happy to present Under "Her" Spell. Join us for two special performances:
Friday July 22nd, 5pm - Opening reception celebrating the Seattle Gullah Geechee Festival, also honoring Alvin Frederick. Refreshments and beverages included. Performance immediately following at 7pm.
Saturday July 23rd, 2pm - Matinee performance
After two years of Covid, Dr. Maxine Mimms invites you to join us LIVE at Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute (LHPAI) for her Annual Community Concert; directed this year by the extraordinary Josephine Howell. Six years ago, Dr. Mimms created this community concert as a way to integrate music, intergenerational connectivity and healing. The journey continues with direction from Josephine and a dream team of amazing women.
Langston Seattle and Three Dollar Bill Cinema partner together to present Prince's classic movie musical Purple Rain. Free and open for the public, pack a picnic and join us for drag performances, trivia games, and of course, singing!
The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture (ARTS) announces the 50th Anniversary Celebration for the Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute (LHPAI) will be held on September 10 from 1-5 p.m. Please join us as we celebrate the community members and artists that have sustained LHPAI over the past 50 years. Mayor Bruce Harrell will welcome the community.
Bi-monthly meetup for BIPOC filmmakers and those in the creative industry for a night of networking, screenings, script reads, panel discussions, and resource sharing. Bring food and drink to share. These meetings are for BIPOC only, allies are encouraged to donate to Langston Seattle.
Written by Jeffrey L. Cheatham II, 3030 E. Crown St is a story about Lamont "L-Jay" Judge, confronting a family tragedy after he discovers that his family home is for sale. The story touches on the themes of grief, family, and the impact they have on our choices later in life.