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ADEFUA Cultural Education Workshop is a non-profit organization which provides year-round interactive youth/family academic and social activities focused on West African experiences.
Since Juneteenth 2020, AAHMMCC founders and community elders have occupied the Colman School Building misnamed “Northwest African American Museum,” which rightfully belongs to AAHMMCC. The occupation has featured exhibits, a community garden, solar power, and a makeshift office.
Daybreak Star is a Native American Cultural Center whose founding was the result of a non-violent takeover and occupation of the land after most of the Ft. Lawton Military base was declared surplus
The site of the Longhouse marks the location of a Duwamish village that was left sometime prior to the Duwamish people’s forced removal to the Muckleshoot and Port Madison Reservations.
The Jackson Street Music Program, a 501(c)(3) non-profit youth organization's purpose is to enhance the social, cultural and personal development of youth by utilizing the art of music.
A gallery and shop featuring a curated collection of Japanese and Northwest design, craftsmanship, and art.
LANGSTON guides generative programs and community partnerships that center Black art, artists, and audiences and honor the ongoing legacy of Seattle’s Black Central Area.
Founded in 2012 by artist and curator Tariqa Waters, Martyr Sauce is a Black-Owned, artist-led art gallery and neighborhood cultural institution.
Onyx is organized by the voluntary efforts of artists and supporters who are committed to celebrating and promoting artists of African descent.
Since 1982, SEEDArts has grown from a grassroots community arts program, into a multidisciplinary arts organization consisting of Columbia City Gallery, Rainier Arts Center, KVRU 105.7 FM and more.
Sacred Circle Gifts and Art brings together a unique selection of Native American and First Nations artwork designed by local, established, and emerging artists
The Suquamish Museum engages visitors to learn about the lives and culture of the Suquamish, featuring two galleries, a performance space, outside learning areas, and a museum store.
Wa Na Wari creates space for Black ownership, possibility, and belonging through art, historic preservation, and connection.
The Wing Luke Museum honors the culture and history of Asian people in Seattle’s International District and beyond with art, artifacts, and experience based exhibits.
yəhaw̓ Indigenous Creatives Collective’s mission is to help improve Indigenous mental and emotional health outcomes through art-making, community building, and equitable creative opportunities.