WELCOME TO The Mahogany Project!

Since 2006, we have been creating new works, developing artists,
collaborating, producing, supporting and 
providing a platform for Black artistic voices.

For More information on the 5 day We Out Here Festival (June 14-19th) and to register for this event, visit www.weouthereinfo


Projects

URBAN BLOOM TWEEN SUMMER CAMP

APPLICATIONS ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED!

​Additional support for the Urban Poverty Forum is provided by the                                       Seattle Office of Arts & Culture          

GUEST  artists

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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.

Events

This program is funded by the Seattle Parks District Initiative through the City of Seattle Parks and Recreation.”

The Mahogany Project is partnering with The Cherish Art, Culture and Science Academy for this unique summer camp that promotes self discovery, healthy choices and learning through nature and the arts.


Want more information? email:  mahoganyproject06@gmail.com

    Photo Credit: Michael B. Maine


We collaborate and present some of Seattle's brightest talents. Learn more about these wonderful artists here.

This year's Urban Poverty Forum (UPF) was held Sunday, March 17th at Hugo House
1634 11th Ave
Seattle, WA 98122

and featured a performance by The Mahogany Project on 'Global Wars, Local Impact' .        Guest Artists: Ronnel Abrigo, Danela Butler, Kanti Devi, Charles  Wright, Robin Dawn Cherry and Merri Ann Osborne 



 

                                                             
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            13th Annual Urban Poverty Forum                            March 17, 2019

     
















Sunday, March 17, 2019, 1:00PM

Hugo House (Capitol Hill)       1634 11th Ave,  Seattle, WA 98122

Doors at 12PM, Event Begins 1pm       

The Urban Poverty Forum is an effort to open a dialogue around the systemic issues surrounding urban poverty and to unite a diverse community of care—including faith based organizations, nonprofits, and concerned citizens in addressing problems faced by the poorest among us. 

For this year’s 13th annual Urban Poverty Forum, Town Hall presents speakers from Northwest Immigrant Rights Project and Veterans For Peace, Puget Sound Chapter 92, as well as a performance by The Mahogany Project.

These speakers come together to focus on the relationship between militarism abroad and militarism at the U.S. border as two manifestations of a moral crisis. Join us for a timely and urgent conversation about imperialism, militarism, and our nation’s evolving legacy of conflict.

Presented by: Real Change, The Mahogany Project, Town Hall Seattle and Hugo House

Leadership


THANK YOU FOR JOINING US AT OUR FIRST EVENT OF THE 2019 SEASON

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    Your donations during May 2019's Give Big fundraising campaign directly enhances our ability to bring innovative and relevant programs to the community while also supporting artists and building infrastructure. 



CHECK OUT OUR UPCOMING EVENTS BELOW!

Urban Poverty 2019 Photos Courtesy of Jenny Crooks

Urban Poverty Forum

   Merri Ann Osborne

THANK YOU FOR YOUR  GIVE BIG  DONATIONS! 

​The Mahogany Project
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ARE YOU AGES 9-12 YEARS OLD AND LOOKING FOR FREE SUMMER FUN?


sign up for the Urban Bloom Summer Camp, a Six (6) week program July 9-Aug 16th from 10am-2pm where you will enjoy

  • farming and outdoor fun
  • Art activities from songwriting to painitng 
  • exploring nature
  • Cooking and learning more about healthy living