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2010 Neighborhood & Community Arts Partners

Organizations each receive $1,200.

BeatWalk
Live music in multiple locations, Columbia City neighborhood, monthly.
Indigenous Showcase
Showcase of indigenous films from around the world presented by Longhouse Media, Northwest Film Forum, monthly.
Word Expressed
Readings by Filipino artists and writers presented by Filipino Community of Seattle, Seattle University, Jan. 14 and Nov. 15.
Mastery of Scottish Arts
Celebration of Celtic arts presented by the Celtic Arts Foundation, Benaroya Hall, Feb. 5.
Tet Festival
Vietnamese Lunar New Year celebration presented by Tet in Seattle, Seattle Center's Festál world cultural events series, Seattle Center, Feb. 6 -7.
Seattle Improvised Music Festival
Improvised music festival presented by Seattle Improvised Music; Chapel Performance Space at The Good Shepherd Center, Gallery 1412 and Washington Hall; Feb. 11-21.
Cantonese Opera Concert-Celebrating the Year of the Tiger
Celebration of Lunar New Year presented by the Chong Hua Benevolent Association, International District, Feb. 20.
Transport Series
Contemporary music concert series presented by Washington Composers Forum; Chapel Performance Space at The Good Shepherd Center; March 3; April 23, 24, 29; May 8;
July 17.
Moisture Festival
A comedy and variety festival featuring aerialists, jugglers, comedians, dancers and more at multiple neighborhood venues, including Fremont, downtown, Georgetown and Lower Queen Anne; March 11 - April 4.
AJC Seattle Jewish Film Festival
Films, live performances and educational programs exploring the Jewish experience presented by the American Jewish Committee, Seattle; Cinerama and SIFF Cinema; March 13 - 31.
Edible Book Festival
Celebration of books, art, and food presented by Seattle Center for Book Arts, Chapel Performance Space at The Good Shepherd Center, April 10.
Honk! Fest West
Roving marching band music festival presented by Honk! Fest West; performances in Ballard, Georgetown, and Wallingford; April 9-11.
World Rhythm Festival
Festival of music and dance from around the world presented by the Seattle World Percussion Society, Seattle Center, April 23-25.
National Film Festival for Talented Youth
Nation's largest film festival for youth; Seattle Cinerama, SIFF Cinema, EMP|SFM, Seattle Center; April 29-May 2.
Cinco de Mayo
Fifth of May celebration presented by El Centro de la Raza, Jefferson Community Center, May 2.
ArtSpring!
Festival showcasing young artists with disabilities presented by VSA arts, Seattle Center, May 4-5.
Georgetown Super 8 FIlm Festival
Showcase of local filmmakers, Georgetown, May 8.
Spirit of West Africa
Showcase of West African musicians, dancers, and artists presented by Thione Diop Productions; Seattle Center; May 8.
Chinese Arts & Culture Festival
Celebration of Chinese art and culture presented by the Washington Chinese Art & Culture Committee, Seattle Center's Festál world cultural events series, Seattle Center, May 22.
Guelaguetza
Music and dance from Oaxaca, Mexico; presented by Grupo Cultural Oaxaqueno; Dr. Blanche Lavizzo Park; June 26.
Bastille Day Festival
Celebration of French culture presented by France Education Northwest, Seattle Center's Festál world cultural events series, Seattle Center, July 10-11.
Sounds Outside
Jazz and creative music festival presented by Monktail Creative Music Concern, Cal Anderson Park, July 17 and Aug. 21.
Wedgwood Art Festival
Community arts festival presented by the Wedgewood Art Festival, Wedgwood, July 17.
Pista sa Nayon
Filipino American cultural celebration presented by Pista sa Nayon, Seward Park, Aug. 1.
South Park Putts Out
Street festival with 9 holes of golf designed by artists, and members of the community. Presented by South Park Arts, August 3.
Teahouse Concert Festival
Dance and music series presented by Reggie Bardach, Coleman Park, Aug. 8 and 14.
BrasilFest
Celebration of Brazilian culture presented by Brazil Center, Seattle Center's Festál world cultural events series, Seattle Center, Aug. 15.
Central Area Community Festival
Central District arts festival, presented by Central Area Community Festival Association, Garfiel Community Playfield, Aug. 21-22.
Othello Park International Festival
Community arts festival, presented by Othello Park Alliance, Othello Park, Aug. 22.
TibetFest
Celebration of Tibeten culture, presented by Tibetan Association of Washington, Seattle Center's Festál world cultural events series, Seattle Center, Aug. 28-29.
The Uptown Stroll
Visual and performing arts festival, presented by Art for Uptown, Counterbalance Park, Aug. 28.
Northwest African American Fine Arts Exhibit
Showcase of Pacific Northwest African American Fine Arts (NAAFA) presented by Onyx Fine Art Collective, Art/Not Terminal Gallery, Sept. 3 - Sept. 29
Jazz Picnic
Jazz music festival, presented by Pony Boy Records, Magnuson Park, Noon to 5pm, Sept. 12.
Aloha Hawaiian Cultural Festival
Celebration of Hawaiian culture, presented by Live Aloha, Seattle Center's Festál world cultural events series Seattle Center, Sept. 12.
Fiestas Patrias
Celebration of Latino culture, presented by Sea Mar Community Health Center, Seattle Center's Festál world cultural events series Seattle Center, Seattle Center, Sept. 18-19.
Day of the Dead Festival
Latino cultural festival and gallery exhibition, presented by Phinney Neighborhood Association, Phinney Center Gallery, Oct. 5 to Nov. 26.
Tashiro Kaplan Open House
Annual open house of artists' lofts and galleries, featuring visual and performing arts; presented by Tashiro Kaplan Artist Lofts, Tashiro Kaplan Building, Oct. 7.
Playing French Seattle
Festival of plays in French, presented by Steeplechase Productions, Ethnic Cultural Theatre, November 12-14.
Turkfest
Celebration of Turkish culture, presented by Turkish American Cultural Association of Washington, Seattle Center's Festál world cultural events series Seattle Center, Seattle Center, Oct. 16-17.
Hmong New Year
Hmong celebration of the New Year, presented by Hmong Association of Washington, Seattle Center's Festál world cultural events series Seattle Center, Seattle Center, Nov. 6.