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Sonya Renee Taylor in Conversation with Ijeoma Oluo

Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute 104 17th Ave South, Seattle

Ijeoma Oluo Presents: Our Existence Beyond Trauma
The brand new three-part community-curated series is curated this year by writer Ijeoma Oluo and presented in partnership with Langston Seattle.

SEATTLE BLACK FILM FESTIVAL CELEBRATION

Pier 62 1951 Alaskan Way, Seattle, WA

Join LANGSTON at Pier 62 as we celebrate 19 years of the Seattle Black Film Festival. The event will feature music, food, interactive activities, and a program highlighting some of the best short films from recent festivals; with themes of identity, joy, and creative exploration. This event is a free, all-ages event curated by LANGSTON.

RIVERWOOD

Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute 104 17th Ave South, Seattle

Part coming of age story, part slice of life, Riverwood explores the difficult nature of setting up roots and letting go.

Content Warning: Language - use of racial slurs, Smoking on stage

William Grose Center Africatown Digital Storython Story Showcase

Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute 104 17th Ave South, Seattle

The 3-day journalism bootcamp will be hosted by Peabody Award Winning artist Brit Moorer and will provide students with the curriculum, training and applied skills to produce a story. The goal of the Africatown Digital Storython is to synthesize digital technology training with media arts education and career path exposure for middle school and high school students.

Prince Tribute Dance Party

The Royal Room 5000 Rainier Ave S, Seattle, WA

In celebration of the Purple Ones birthday (June 7th), come party with us at the Royal Room in Columbia City. DJ's Vitamin D and Audeos will pay tribute to Prince all night, so throw on something purple, put on your dancing shoes and celebrate the ONE & ONLY!

$15

Black Arts Legacies

Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute 104 17th Ave South, Seattle

Join Crosscut for a celebratory social event with several of the artists featured in Crosscut's Black Arts Legacies project. Enjoy catered bites and drinks* while listening to the music selections of Black musicians, JusMoni and DJ Yaddy of Sway and Swoon DJ Collective. There will also be short performances by Mona Lake Jones, Anastacia-Reneé and Edna Daigre, three of the artists recognized in the project. Upstairs in the theater, artist profile videos will play throughout the event.

We Out Here on the Pier

Pier 62 1951 Alaskan Way, Seattle, WA

In commemoration of Juneteenth, LANGSTON is taking our “We Out Here” festival to Pier 62 for a free, community-wide celebration.

Joel Ross ‘Good Vibes’

Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute 104 17th Ave South, Seattle

Chicago native, now Brooklyn-based vibraphonist, pianist, and composer Joel Ross live in Seattle!