Pandemic Purchase Regrets | Touring the Wing Luke Museum | Serving Community

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Queer youth making it reel 🎥, painful pandemic purchases & more on Art Zone "phones it in"

Nancy and Joe Guppy share pandemic purchases

You won't regret seeing Nancy and Joe reveal what they're calling their "Regrettable Pandemic Purchases." Then, Nancy chats with filmmaker Megan Griffiths about being invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Listen to beloved Seattle punk-rock band Fastbacks perform a refresh of their classic 1993 tune "They Don't Care." Plus, Reel Queer Youth, the film and media workshop for LGBTQ+ youth, goes virtual.

Music to Your Ears

 

Downtown restaurant seeks to expand to better serve Black community

Jerk Shack owner Trey Lamont

With a vision to dish up more than delicious Caribbean food, Jerk Shack owner Trey Lamont seeks to serve the Black community by bringing jobs to Black neighborhoods. Health insurance, college tuition assistance, and child care stipends are all on the menu.

Serving Community 

 

Seattle in 360: Exploring International District’s Asian Pacific American museum

Wing Luke Museum

Join us for a 360-degree tour of the Wing Luke Museum, one of the country’s premier pan-Asian Pacific American museums. Named after the late Wing Chong Luke, a former Seattle City Councilmember and the first Asian American to hold an elected office in the state, the Wing Luke Museum uses almost 20,000 artifacts to share the story of nearly 40 ethnic groups that call the Puget Sound area home. 

Virtual Visit

 

Put on your boogie shoes for this dance-themed AgeWise TV💃🕺

Senior hula dancers

Whether for entertainment or wellness, dance can bring a vibrancy to life. This week, AgeWise TV explores some of the opportunities dance offers to older adults. Plus, the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art explores the role entertainment plays in daily creativity.

Care to Dance?