Building Dialogue: Vanishing Seattle Films

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Wed Jan 13, 5:30 - 6:30 pm
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free
"Building Dialogue is Historic Seattle’s bi-monthly reading and discussion group. Engage in a facilitated conversation about books, films, articles, podcasts, and more on preservation and the built environment with others who share an interest — and perhaps some expertise — in the subject.

We will share the reading/content assignment prior to each meeting then hold a virtual (via Zoom) facilitated discussion about the work. Drop in for one or join us for all – a commitment to participate in every discussion is not required to take part.

We are excited to partner with Vanishing Seattle for our first Building Dialogue discussion of 2021! Vanishing Seattle documents the displaced & disappearing institutions, small businesses, & cultures of Seattle – often due to gentrification and development. It was founded by Cynthia Brothers in 2016 and is an ongoing digital celebration of the spaces and communities that give this city its soul. Cynthia will join us for the January Building Dialogue discussion about the films and preservation efforts in Seattle.

For this Building Dialogue discussion, please watch two of Vanishing Seattle’s films that document the legacy of arts & cultural institutions in Seattle, Capitol Hill Arts District (https://youtu.be/5kr2byTS7H4) and Central District – Wa Na Wari (https://youtu.be/4cmtRvcm1DE)." (Promo Copy)

This is an online event