Serving Yakima, Kittitas and Grant Counties

About this event

Inspire Washington is hitting the road and heading to communities across the state with our Cultural Futures share and listening tour! We will breakdown the wins from this year's Legislative Session and ensure you know how to claim funding for your organization or program. This is also an opportunity to hear from you! What does your community and organizations need? How can we help and support you advocate for public funding?

Date and time:

Saturday, June 11th at 11am


Tieton Arts & Humanities

519 Maple St, Tieton, WA 98947


Para la comunidad de habla hispana:

Adriana Wright (Teaching Arist y miembro de Inspire Washington) estará en este evento para ofrecer programación en español.

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Adriana Wright (ella) nació en San Diego, CA y creció en Tijuana, México. Se graduó con honores de Cornish College of the Arts con una Licenciatura en Artes Finas en Danza. Se ha presentado en varios proyectos con artistas en Seattle, San Diego, y México. Su coreografía ha sido presentada a través del Seattle International Dance Festival, On the Boards NorthWest New Works, Velocity Dance Center's Bridge Project, Cornish College of the Arts y Southwestern Community College.  Actualmente, Adriana trabaja como Artista-Docente para varios Programas de Educación para la Comunidad alrededor de Seattle donde da clases de movimiento creativo y danza adaptada en escuelas públicas, centros de educación de infancia, y programas de enriquecimiento. Adriana investiga y experimenta con movimiento usando medios de coreografía, literatura, y dando clases de coreografía y movimiento creativo.




Cultural Opportunities & Other Experiences:

  • Attend the Gallery Opening: Hostile Terrain featuring Practicing Place. The exhibit opens at 12pm, directly following Cultural Futures!
  • About the exhibit: Hostile Terrain is a participatory art project sponsored and organized by the Undocumented Migration Project, a non-profit research-art-education-media collective, directed by anthropologist Jason De Leon. The exhibition is composed of over 3,200 handwritten toe tags that represent migrants who have died trying to cross the Sonoran Desert of Arizona between the mid-1990s and 2019.This show also features the art of Yesenia Navarrete Hunter, PhD, featuring pieces inspired by her studies of space and time created individually and with community. 

  • Learn more here:


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