Ethnic things to do this week
By Lalaine Ignao
March 1, 2018
Mar 2 – May 2 Someday We’ll All Be Free – Art Exhibit
Become educated through art with a multi-arts exhibit by the Youth Leadership Board of Creative Justice. Someday We’ll All Be Free explores the community-based alternative to juvenile detention using social justice values. Each painting and photo in the exhibit give a voice to the youth in our community who want to speak out about mass incarceration and abolition. Under the guidance of mentor artists, participants reflect on the root causes of incarceration such as racism and oppression, understanding how they can become the change in a more equal society.
Seattle City Hall. 600 4th Ave Ste 3300, Seattle, Washington 98104. 4-6pm. Free.
Mar 3 Lusio Lights
Experience a Lusio Lights fundraiser featuring local light art and music in support for the Conservatory. Enjoy exploring the park through the lens of art in the fragrant dark pathways as Lusio Light artists weave their light art installations throughout the entire Conservatory. Stop by the Bromeliad House bar for a drink as you wander around and dance the night away at the Seasonal House as DJs including Aos and Nick Carroll perform. Come and support a local favorite nonprofit organization!
Volunteer Park Conservatory. 1402 E Galer St, Seattle, Washington 98112. 6-9pm. $10-$17 per person.
Support local as this upcoming flea market is sure to have something for everyone. Check out what you can find, from vintage to rustic to collectors items. While shopping, be sure to buy breakfast and lunch, including clam chowder and pulled pork sandwich. For additional information or to participate as a vendor, please contact Dori Heck at email@example.com or call 206-909-0916.
8201 Lake City Way NE, Seattle, WA 98115. 9am-4pm.
Find your community as AIGA Seattle partners up with POSSIBLE for an evening of discussion and community building around creative industry. Speak upon the topic of personal and professional growth within creatives and relate to one another on the challenges and successes young creatives undergo when beginning their career. Local design industry leaders will share their own experiences and challenges when they first began in hopes of inspiring participants to find growth in their personal career paths.
Possible. 414 Olive Way, Seattle, Washington 98101. 5:30-8pm.
C. Davida Ingram is a conceptual artist known for making subversive social inquiries. She is passionate about beauty and social justice. Her primary muses are race, gender, and social relationships. Her imagination focuses on the lives of Black femmes using a wide range of mediums — Craig’s list ads, drones, photography, gold grills, and more — to reshape what is possible in her own identification with being a Black queer woman. Ingram’s art has been shown at the Frye Art Museum, Northwest African American Museum, Evergreen College, Bridge Productions, Intiman Theater, Town Hall, and more.
Jacob Lawrence Gallery. 1915 NE Chelan Ln, Seattle, Washington 98105. 7:30-9pm. Free.
Meet up with other fellow women to celebrate International Women’s Day at Café Turko! Listen to cafe owner Süreyya Gökeri as she shares her story about her trip to Turkey along with the story behind her family-owned restaurant. Süreyya will prepare a family-style menu for the event which will include a variety of dishes including vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options. Don’t forget to leave room for a beverage and dessert!
Cafe Turko. 750 N 34th St, Seattle, Washington 98103. 6:30-8pm. $25 per person.