We are excited to announce this year’s festival participants! Mokedo Gallery won’t be the same after April 22nd. Come support and bring your people!
J. Mari Clarkmoore
Admission is $10–tickets are available online or at the door.
Last year’s festival at the Northwest African American Museum in Seattle was a whirlwind of dance and vocal performances in one room and a visual art showcase in the other. Participants and guests met and mingled to celebrate women-identified self-expression in true Goddess fashion!
This year, we will be at the Mokedo Art Gallery and Event Space on Saturday, April 22nd to continue the celebration and vital conversation. Now more than ever, building strong arts communities is key to visibility. Isis Women Arts is committed to creating a safe performance and event space for trans and cis women artists’ talents to be seen and heard.
The Call for Artists is now officially open! Remember, the Deadline is March 15th , and will be here before you know it, so get those applications to us as early as you can. We at the Goddess Collective can’t wait to see what you are creating this year!
Who can believe it’s almost been a year since our last festival? It didn’t seem that far ago since we were dancing to the rhythm of steel drums from the Rainbow Girls, gazing in awe at the visual works of art from influences such as Aramis Hamer, and stopping ourselves from accompanying Mari Soul and Animals of Grace on stage. Well, if you missed out, it’s okay. We’re back again for the 7th Annual Isis Women Arts Festival on Saturday, May 14th. This time we are setting up the stage at the Northwest African American Museum in Seattle. Join us for an evening of dance, music,poetry, breathtaking art, and more. Doors open at 7:30pm. See you there! Oh and how could we forget: Admission is free.
Philippa Myler, a 2015 Isis Women Arts Festival paticipant, is thrilled to announce WORK//LIFE, 8pm March 18-19th at Velocity Dance Center.
Ktisk Contemporary Dance which Myler is a member presents an evening of new works inspired by the struggles of balancing work, life, and art. Choreographers Rachael Forstrom, Philippa Myler, Lauren Linder and Adrianna Hernandez delve into the ways careers affect the people pursuing them in three personal journeys into the calling of dance as a vocation. Join the group prior to the production to witness a for a special photography installation by Michelle Smith-Lewis, in collaboration with Ktisk.
$18 Advance | $20 Door | $15 /Artist/Student/Senior
Subject to availability, Door is cash only.
Ktisk Contemporary Dance is an eclectic fusion of modern, ballet, and jazz movement vocabularies. Ktisk seeks to push the body’s physical and mental limits by connecting movement, story, and emotion, diverging from pure technique and driving toward theatrically-based performance art.
For more information, please visit http://www.ktiskcontemporarydance.com or Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/KtiskContemporaryDance.
And what time is that? Festival time! Isis Women Arts is preparing for its annual arts festival and we know it is going to be spectacular as usual. Stay tuned for the Call for Artists with all the details.
We’ll have a cuppa tea, maybe two or even three. Whether it soothes your soul or ignites the fire, may the tea be your muse and guide during this three hour painting journey. Paint, paper, brushes, tea, and cups will be provided.
Facilitator: Darnita Howard
Save The Date: November 14, 2015
Time: 2-5 pm
Place: Genesis Global Spiritual Center -Burien WA
**Seating is limited.**
Isis Women Arts invites you to join us for an afternoon of delectable treats and artistic goal setting. We’ll be at Beacon Library Meeting Room on Saturday, September 26, 2015 from 3:30-5:30 pm. Isis Women Arts goddess Miranda Veenhuysen will serve as the facilitator. Come on out, bring a dish, enjoy discussions, and develop goals and strategies for a prosperous year. FREE admission. Click here to RSVP.