Tiffany Danielle Elliott

May 4, 2021

Tiffany Danielle Elliott is a Seattle based curator and artist who works in performative enactment, text(ile), and digital objects. In both her art and curatorial practice, she is focused on creating nuanced conversations around all the things we think we shouldn’t say. She received an MFA in Sculpture from Cranbrook Academy of Art, an MA […]

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Benjamin Hunter

July 13, 2020

Benjamin Hunter is an award winning multi-instrumentalist—violin, mandolin, guitar, percussion, voice—whose interests lie in roots music from around the world.  Born in Lesotho, raised predominantly in Phoenix, with stints in Seattle and Zimbabwe, Ben was raised classically on violin, but now plays a variety of styles—roots, folk, jazz, blues, gospel, world.  Ben plays in the […]

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Vania Clemons Bynum

July 13, 2020

Vania Clemons Bynum is a former Computer Engineer who utilizes the ingenuity of making software to create dance. A graduate of Cornish College of the Arts, Vania has taught and choreographed throughout the Greater Seattle area for almost 20 years. She performed in the Paramount & Moore Theaters, Intiman Theatre, Benaroya Hall, the Meydenbauer, and […]

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Dakota Camacho

July 26, 2019

Dakota Camacho is a multi-disciplinary artist / researcher working in spaces of indigenous life ways, performance, musical composition, community engagement, and education. Camacho holds a Masters of Arts in Performance Studies from Tisch School of the Arts at New York University, and graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a Bachelor of Arts in Gender […]

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Ela Lamblin

September 18, 2018

Ela Lamblin is a sculptor and musician. In 1989, at the age of sixteen, he was awarded a scholarship to attend the Atlanta College of Art. He graduated with a BFA in sculpture in 1993. While at ACA Ela began experimenting with combining sound with form to create musical sculptures, a process that has resulted […]

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Degenerate Art Ensemble

September 13, 2018

Degenerate Art Ensemble, formerly known as The Young Composers Collective, has shown their work throughout the US and Europe known for their large scale dance and theater projects, concerts, site-transforming spectacles and ongoing public experimentation. Recent highlights of the group’s work include a major exhibition at the Frye Art Museum in 2011, was commissioned by […]

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The Radost Folk Ensemble

September 12, 2018

Jill Cohen and The Radost Folk Ensemble are dedicated to the preservation of eastern European folklore, music, and dance. Their album Heirloom, produced through the Jack Straw Artist Support Program, documented instrumental and vocal music, including a Tamburitsa band playing Croatian choreographies, a traditional and modern-instrument Bulgarian band and women’s choir, and a string trio […]

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Vela Luka and Ruze Dalmatinke Orchestra

September 5, 2018

The Vela Luka Croatian Dance Ensemble, founded in 1975, perform music and dance of Croatia and the United States.  Anacortes, home of the Vela Luka Croatian Dance Ensemble, is located on Fidalgo Island in the Northwest corner of Washington State.  One-quarter of the residents of this unique community are descended from immigrants from another fishing […]

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Alice Gosti

March 17, 2017

Alice Gosti is an architect of experiences. While her background is mostly in dance and choreography, she uses all media to create a cohesive environment in which the viewer is invited to both experience and perform. Born and raised by the dynamic art duo SANDFORD&GOSTI in Perugia, Italy, she trained at Associazione Culturale Dance Gallery […]

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Seth Sexton

January 17, 2017

Seth Sexton has performed with Rachel Green at Velocity, On The Boards, and site-specific venues. Their work is an exploration of repetition and realms of consciousness. New Media Gallery 2013-14 (with Rachel Green): Hypnagogic Jerk

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