Northwest Folklife Festival presents “Intersections of Art, Culture and Heritage” with Monyee Chau, Kenju Waweru, Gabriel Teodros and moderated by Poesia Mariarte. 1:30pm on the Narrative Stage.
Conversations on How to Get By Thrive
Curated and hosted by Hugo House poet-in-residence Amber Flame, Black on Craft is a space to celebrate Black excellence and hear Black writers and creatives discuss the hows, whys, and methodologies of their artistic practice.
For the first Black on Craft event, join us for a conversation between Amber, musician and writer Gabriel Teodros, and community organizer and poet Nikkita Oliver.
May 28, 7:00 PM at Hugo House
Cost: $10/general, $8/members, $5/students. Tickets available here
more featured events will be posted here as they get announced, and you can sign up on the email list below for upcoming tour dates