Nada Rosa

March 16, 2022

Nada Rosa is an otherworldly audio/visual experience and band led by artist, filmmaker, and performer, Brandi Diaz. A blend of psychedelic rock and soul that takes roots in latin rhythms, ’60s-inspired garage, and surf, Nada Rosa delivers a spiritual and interdisciplinary dreamscape that fuses elements of ecstatic dance during performances to bring sonic layers to […]

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Derek G. Larson

March 16, 2022

Derek G. Larson, MFA Yale School of Art, is an artist and animator with previous experience at PBS. He produces the animated documentary series Très Mall featuring academics on topics in philosophy, the environment, and the Anthropocene. The series screened at the Kunsthal Charlottenborg in Copenhagen, Tranen, Times Square in New York City, MoCA Atlanta and Yale School […]

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Sasha Petrenko

March 11, 2022

Sasha K Petrenko (she/her) is an earthling, artist and storyteller. Her interdisciplinary practice blends sculpture, theater, video and sound. Rooted in eco-feminism, rock n’ roll, and post-apocalypse studies, Sasha’s work functions as an invitation for audience members to collectively create sonic, somatic experiences. Recent performances include Northwest New Works Festival, On the Boards, Seattle, 2019; […]

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Barry Olusegun-Noble Despenza

March 2, 2022

Barry Olusegun-Noble Despenza is an interdisciplinary artist whose work builds with and combines archival footage, AI generated imagery, and electronic music composition. Using musical thinking, Despenza’s work illuminates the dynamic and unconscious rhythms of power structures that underlie the perception of time and space. Recent international exhibitions include the Audain Gallery in Vancouver, the CICA […]

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José Luis Montero

May 4, 2021

José Luis Montero is passionate about storytelling regardless of the medium. After dabbling in radio, photography and filmmaking, he recently turned his artistic attention towards the written word, both in English and Spanish. Born and raised in Mexico, but having lived most of his adult life in Seattle pursuing a career in software engineering, he […]

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Danielle Villegas

October 16, 2020

Danielle Villegas is an independent film and theater Director/Producer based in Seattle, WA. Her work often explores gender identity and the Native American Two-Spirit concept. She has been awarded support from Artist Trust, Seattle Office of Arts and Culture, Jack Straw and is currently serving on the 4Culture Arts Advisory Committee. She is actively working […]

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Curtis Taylor

July 22, 2020

Curtis Taylor is a narrative filmmaker and playwright. In Seattle he operated the underground theater Vodvil from 1996 to 2006, and under these auspices created original folk operas, cabarets, recitals and sound art installations. His recent work has combined mannered musical languages (murder ballads, sacred choir and opera) with historic stage traditions (ballet, vaudeville and […]

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Stephen Silha

July 22, 2020

Stephen Silha is a communications consultant, writer and facilitator. He oversees the web and film operations, raises funds, and inspires. He has reported for magazines and newspapers including The Christian Science Monitor and The Minneapolis Star, covering education, communications, arts, community affairs, and youth issues. He has worked with a range of philanthropic organizations, including […]

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Justin Mata

July 22, 2020

Justin Mata is a curator and a visual artist working in painting, installation and video. He received his BFA from California College of the Arts in San Francisco and his MFA from the School of Visual Arts in New York.  His works have been shown at NURTUREart (Brooklyn), El Museo del Barrio (New York), Center on […]

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Aono Jikken Ensemble

July 21, 2020

Aono Jikken, pronounced Ah-Oh-No Gee-Ken (Japanese for blue field experiment), is a Seattle-based experimental ensemble. Through structured improvisation the group creates unique music and soundscapes played on everything from traditional Asian and Western instruments to childrens sound toys, found objects, and specially invented instruments made of metal, plastic, kelp and other materials. The group also […]

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