ALL EVENTS ARE CURRENTLY POSTPONED DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC.
WE WILL KEEP YOU UPDATED WITH FUTURE PROGRAMMING.
PLEASE STAY SAFE AND TAKE CARE OF YOURSELF!
Additional support for the Urban Poverty Forum is provided by: Seattle Office of Arts & Culture
Central District Forum for Arts and Ideas
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 2020
Seattle Center Armory
The Mahogany Project will facilitate a panel discussion and writing workshop 'Bringing Your Play to Life: From Concept to Staged Reading'
Playwrights from the African American Writers Alliance (AAWA) and Tayo Talabi, Executive Director of Golden Nile Productions, will be the featured artists.
You are invited to this free event which spotlights AAWA playwrights as they prepare for a staged reading of new plays in a summer 2020 Mahogany Project Production.
Seattle Center Armory
305 Harrison Street
Seattle, WA 98109
ACES 2020 is a two-day, POC-led, community-curated program presented by Shunpike
THE URBAN POVERTY FORUM IS POSTPONED DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC.
WE WILL RESCHEDULE THIS ANNUAL EVENT IN FALL 2020 OR WINTER 2021.
Join us at this year's annual Urban Poverty Forum (UPF), discussion around Homelessness in Seattle & King County - how did we get here and where are we going?
1119 8th Ave
Seattle, WA 98101
Featuring a performance The Mahogany Project with special guest artists!
THE URBAN POVERTY FORUM IS AN EFFORT TO OPEN A DIALOGUE AROUND THE SYSTEMATIC ISSUES SURROUNDING URBAN POVERTY AND TO UNITE A DIVERSE COMMUNITY OF CARE!
The Urban Poverty Forum is Presented by: Real Change, The Mahogany Project and Town Hall
We collaborate and present some of Seattle's brightest talents. Learn more about these wonderful artists here.
URBAN POVERTY FORUM
Since 2006, we have been creating new works, developing artists,
collaborating, producing, supporting and
providing a platform for Black artistic voices.
The Mahogany Project is Powered by Shunpike
Shunpike is the 501(c)(3) non-profit agency that provides independent arts groups in Washington State with the services, resources, and opportunities they need to forge their own paths to sustainable success.
Merri Ann Osborne
2020 PERFORMANCES & EVENTS
ARTISTS OF COLOR EXPO & SYMPOSIUM (ACES)