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Reflections: What The Water Holds

Virtual | Free
Nov 12 2020 | 6–8 pm
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2020 Virtual Dance Festival | Filmed on Pier 62

If you could describe 2020 in a dance, what would it look like? Join 5 incredible artists and cultural groups at the water’s edge of Pier 62 as they answer the question of our times with dance and ceremony. Delve into what the waters of memory in these changing times.

Registration is not required for this FREE event. You will be able to participate using either Facebook or YouTube. View dance party stream at either of these links: YouTube or Facebook.

FEATURING

Cipher Goings

Kimisha Turner

Mackenzie Neusiok

Muckleshoot Canoe Family

Nia-Amina Minor

 

Videography by SPL artist-in-residence Futsum Tsegai

COMMUNITY PARTNERS

Spectrum Dance Theater

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Co-presented by #SeattleTogether, Seattle Office of Arts & Culture, Friends of Waterfront Seattle, The Seattle Public Library, Seattle Public Library Foundation, Seattle Art Museum, Seattle Office of the Waterfront and Civic Projects

We can provide accommodations for people with disabilities. Please contact [email protected] at least seven days before the event to request accommodations.

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