Urban Poverty 2019 Photos Courtesy of Jenny Crooks
THANK YOU FOR JOINING US AT OUR FIRST EVENT OF THE 2019 SEASON
Additional support for this project provided by the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture.
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
We collaborate and present some of Seattle's brightest talents. Learn more about these wonderful artists here.
Creating new works, developing artists,
collaborating, producing, supporting and
providing a platform for Black artistic voices.
Merri Ann Osborne
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THANK YOU FOR YOUR GIVE BIG DONATION!
We have an exciting year planned! Urban Bloom Summer Camp for 9-12 year olds (in collaboration with Queen's Project), a performance at the community event We Out Here, staged readings and more.
The Mahogany Project could not support the talented artists we work with who bring these programs to the community without your support.
Please donate and learn more about our 2019/2020 season by clicking the box below!