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The creative space in downtown Seattle that celebrates art, music, and culture

Martyr Sauce in the heart of the historic arts district of Pioneer Square.

SEATTLE — Founded in 2012 by artist and curator Tariqa Waters, Martyr Sauce is an underground art gallery and cultural institution. This gallery is popular for creating projects base on pop culture with a big message.

“I take things that often marginalize me as a black woman and I reshape those things. The point is to not qualify my art as Black art, it’s American art,” said Waters.

She crosses boundaries between pop culture art forms and projects which feature visual art highlighting issues of equity.

Martyr

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San Diego Weekend Arts Events: Music Of Vietnam, Black Opera, HRW Film Festival And ‘Experiments On Stone’

This weekend in the arts, the experimental Vietnamese music of Vân-Ánh Võ, 1960’s women’s lithography, the Human Rights Watch Film Festival and the Met Opera’s ‘Ariadne Auf Naxos.’

Ruth Asawa's

Credit: Courtesy of the Estate of Ruth Asawa/MCASD

Above: Ruth Asawa’s “Desert Plant (TAM.1460), 1965,” color lithograph in on view in a digital exhibition beginning Feb. 8, 2021 at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego.

As we move further into February, our social media accounts will start reminding us of all the fun and enriching things we did in February 2020. For many of us, that means we’ll soon start stumbling

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Art, music and PE are wild subjects to teach online. But creative Michigan teachers are making it work

Teaching young students how to hold a trumpet or showing them how to glue an art project together takes patience and skill any time.

Doing so in the virtual learning space caused by COVID-19, however, takes even more, and that has taken teachers outside their comfort zones and pushed them to get creative this school year.

Many kids across Michigan still are attending school from home at least some days each week and classes, such as band, choir, art and physical education, require that extra dose of creativity to keep students engaged and learning.

“We’re trying everything we can think

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Theatres, music and performance venues can reopen with social distancing in August

Man walking past theatre poster saying “We’ll be back soon” outside the Sondheim Theatre in London

Indoor performances with socially distanced audiences can take place in England from the start of August, the prime minister has said.

The government is working with the sector on pilots of performances with socially distanced audiences in theatres and music venues.

Boris Johnson said the findings would feed into final guidance for venues in the run-up to them reopening.

But the head of Theatres Trust said the move “will not be economically viable”.

Dame Judi Dench was among many theatre figures to voice concerns for her industry

Dame Judi Dench was among many theatre figures to voice concerns
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