Cultivating Black Brilliance since 2016

Seattle's Hub For Black Arts & Culture

Explore, engage, and embrace the diverse world of Black arts and culture through our exciting events and programs.

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upcoming Events

Hard Times Require Furious Dancing

November 8 & 9 at 7:30 PM PST;
November 10 at 3:00 PM PST

Northwest Tap Connection’s performance of Hard Times Require Furious Dancing is designed to educate and enlighten observers about the “Black Experience and the direct link of Music, Song, and Dance” used for Healing, Celebration, Education, and Protest. The experience highlights the strong bonds of African based Celebrations of Congo Square, Plantation Living, Black Church, Juke and Dance Halls, Block Parties and the influence of the Apollo Theatre and Soul Train.

REEL YOUTH FILM CAMP

December 18 -22 | 9:30 AM - 3:00 PM PST

Reel Youth Film Camp presents A Visionary Journey: Exploring the HBCU’s Experience in partnership with LANGSTON & The Be Project. The camp will encourage, mentor, and teach students the building blocks of filmmaking through fun and engaging group sessions. These skills will be applied to the documentation of the HBCU experience April 8th-12th 2024 in Tennessee & Alabama.

For ages 14-18. Students will receive a $ stipend after completing the entire 5-day film course.

MIND + BODY + SOUL

thriving together

As we listen to our community, we’re excited to introduce two weekly wellness programs that blend Holistic Health with Diasporic Arts, now more accessible with sliding-scale pricing. Join our Fall/Winter Classes; early registration is now available.

MOVE
GROOVE
EXPLORE

Now through Dec. 6

Dates: Every Monday + Wednesday
Time: 5 – 7 PM PST
Cost: Free + *$25 Stipend

Led by a dynamic rotation of Seattle’s local performance teaching artists, you’ll explore a diverse range of movement styles, from the calming flow of yoga to the vibrant rhythms of African dance. But it’s not just about moving; it’s about connecting. Apply what you learn to storytelling, poetry, and meaningful conversations, deepening your understanding of the connections between movement, sound, and personal expression.​

AFRICAN
DRUM &
DANCE

Now through Dec. 13

Dates: Saturdays
Time: 10:30 AM PST
Cost: Sliding Scale

Led by a dynamic rotation of Seattle’s local performance teaching artists, you’ll explore a diverse range of movement styles, from the calming flow of yoga to the vibrant rhythms of African dance. But it’s not just about moving; it’s about connecting. Apply what you learn to storytelling, poetry, and meaningful conversations, deepening your understanding of the connections between movement, sound, and personal expression.​

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