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KEXP has announced KEXP50, a free, all-ages festival celebrating its 50th anniversary. The event will take place Saturday, August 6 at the Seattle Center, and will include live music, DJs, and food trucks. The live performance schedule will be announced in the upcoming months.
The city-chartered Cultural Space Agency has teamed up with Cultivate South Park to buy four buildings that house South Park Hall and the South Park Idea Lab co-working space, The Seattle Times reports. The 32,000-square-foot property will become a community-owned cultural space called “El Barrio.”
Frye Museum’s summer and fall shows have been announced. The schedule includes an artist-curated installation of the Frye’s collection by research collective ESTAR(SER), exhibitions by Romare Bearden, Srijon Chowdhury and Jeremy Shaw, a visionary group show called Door to the Atmosphere, and a Boren Banner contribution by Molly Jae Vaughan. The year will conclude with an exhibition of Georgina Reskala’s abstracted photographic landscapes.
SIFF has announced the winners of their 2022 Golden Space Needle Audience and Juried Competition Awards. Best Film went to Know Your Place, directed by Zia Mohajerjasbi. Other winners include directors Elisa Levine and Gabriel Miller, whose film Sweetheart Deal won the Lena Sharpe Award for Persistence of Vision, and director Alex Pritz, who won the Golden Space Needle Award for Best Documentary for The Territory. View the full list of winners here.
MoPOP’s new exhibition Ruth E. Carter: Afrofuturism in Costume Design will open on June 18, featuring over 60 costumes created by the award-winning designer for Black Panther, Roots, Do the Right Thing, Selma, Malcolm X, and more. The exhibition will also feature original artwork by Black Panther muralist Brandon Sadler.