Neighborhood arts events receive grants

by | Jan 5, 2010

Forty neighborhood art and cultural events received funding awards from the city’s Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs, including the Phinney Neighborhood Association’s Day of the Dead Festival.
Each of the 40 events will receive $1,200. Events are from all over the city, from major festivals at the Seattle Center to a monthly music festival in Columbia City and an indigenous film festival.
Phinney’s Day of the Dead Festival in November includes a neighborhood parade, arts and crafts activities such as making sugar skulls, an art exhibit, musical performances, dancing and poetry readings.
You can see the list of all the organizations receiving awards here.

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