Join us for readings by Coyote Central young writers. Their Flash Fiction pieces are based on the artwork in our current CoDraw Seattle exhibit. A great collaboration of the arts. Come join us for some fun! Free and Open to the public.
LOCATION: Columbia City Gallery
This family-friendly event will celebrate Washington women with entertainment and art for the whole community!
Help us honor the women who have shaped our community by adding the name of a woman who has inspired you to YW’s collaborative art installation, and make some noise with the Seattle Seahawks drum line, dancers, and “Legend” players. There will be art stations hosted by Coyote Central, Pratt Fine Arts Center, and the Northwest African American Museum, as well as free ice cream for the first 100 guests.
You’re Invited: Sunday, June 23
This alternative style photography exhibition explores personal identity as it intersects with Activism. Students researched the story and legacy of Edwin T. Pratt and referenced artist such as Daesha Dévon Harris. They coupled their own imagery and personal objects with text, existing imagery and narrative pulled from the Pratt Legacy Collection at Black Heritage Society as a means to tell stories about their own identity. Building on strengths in Digital Photography, students explored hands on techniques of Cyanotype printing producing the iconic blue and white imagery. The final work demonstrates the influence of Seattle’s history and our student’s desires for social change today.
Snacks will be provided! Open to the public!
ISLAND SOUL RUM BAR + SOUL SHACK
Island Soul is a family business opened 15 years ago at a location on Martin Luther King Way and Judkins. In 2007, the Martin family, purchased a building in Columbia City and established a new look for Island Soul. The food can be best described as Caribbean-inspired soul food. It is a fusion of native Caribbean foods with traditional soul food from Louisiana Bayou. Items you see from Caribbean side include plantains, mango, jerk, and habanero spicing, coconut milk, goat, and more. From the Louisiana side you see BBQ chicken, ribs oxtail stew, gumbo, catfish, collard greens, and chicken and waffles.
MUSANG is the popup signature of Melissa Miranda, who has been named one of Seattle's Next Hot Chefs, melding her six years of Italian-trained cookery with the Filipino flavors of her childhood. In addition to her role as a Sous Chef at Beacon Hill's Bar del Corso, Miranda has launched a series of Musang popup dinners, fondly named for her father, as a tribute to Filipinx food. Musang will morph into a proper brick-and-mortar restaurant this fall in Beacon Hill, Miranda's home and a neighborhood that has deep connections to Seattle's Filipino immigrant story.
Last year Miranda joined other Filipino American chefs at the James Beard House in New York. Prior to Bar del Corso, she had stints at Bar Sajor, the London Plane, Cuoco, restaurants in New York City, and trattorias in Florence, where she earned her culinary degree.
Join us in saying “thanks” to the local artists who continue to support Coyote! Come spend an afternoon at Coyote full of ART, FOOD, + FUN! This event is free to attend! 70% of every purchase directly benefits each participating artist while 30% benefits Coyote’s scholarship fund.
Join us @ Coyote for a one-of-a-kind evening with Capitol Hill’s most loved vegan restaurant, PLUM BISTRO! All ticket sales directly benefit Coyote’s culinary program.
“Artful upscale dishes take vegan cuisine to its greatest potential, and can even impress a carnivore at chef-owner Makini Howell’s Capitol Hill bistro. With an airy atmosphere of chic sophistication and fine service, it’s the spot for a classy date.” — Zagat
$65 ticket includes dinner and complimentary wine + beer.
Join us for the Opening Reception of our Hit the Streets Visual Art @ UW School of Social Work! This art will be on exhibit for the months of April and May.
Catering provided by University of Washington.
Artists: Fermin Barragan, Tuuli Walton, Dhakya Washington, Kiana Gladney, Jessi Martinez, Janae Jones, Ruthie Bridgman, Kieran Janz, Terrance Smith, AJ Lewis, Tyree George, Jack Sanchez
Performer: Raj Rao
In this workshop students will develop 1-4 character profiles needed to solve a mystery. Referencing a mysterious scenario they will work in small groups to define useful characters’ ages, personalities, backgrounds and specific lines of dialogue in the characters’ voice. At the end of class, each group will share their character profiles expanding on why they think those characters could help solve the mystery. Groups can even take a try at solving the mystery. Option: Students will draw trading card cartoons of the characters defined.
REGISTRATION REQUIRED! Email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up!