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Ann Suter

Ann Suter is a long time supporter of the NWFL organization and festival. With a partner, she brought fiber arts displays and a range of fiber arts crafts to an annual booth. She likes to engage children in the doing and make it easy for them to get involved without a lot of special tools and materials. Her own art is collage/assemblage - using… LEARN MORE

Eli Rosenblatt

Friday, May 28 - 3:00pm

HEART CENTERED LYRICS DEEPLY ROOTED RHYTHMS FAMILY FRIENDLY EXPERIENCE Eli Rosenblatt combines world-music, movement, and imagination in a high-energy mix that creates a unique interactive experience for audiences of all ages. Salsa, hip-hop. reggae, klezmer, samba, and other rhythms from around the globe inspire your… LEARN MORE

Flamenco Danzarte Children Dancers

Friday, May 28 - 3:00pm

Ana Montes lived, studied with famous masters, and performed Flamenco dance professionally for many years in Madrid and Sevilla, Spain, in Europe, Mexico, and the U.S. She's considered one of the West Coast's premier female flamenco dancers, and beloved teacher of adults, and children as young as 4 years old. Ana teaches children privately and by… LEARN MORE

Jack Straw Cultural Center

Friday, May 28 - 3:00pm

Jack Straw Cultural Center is the Northwest's only non-profit multidisciplinary audio arts center, dedicated to keeping art, culture, and heritage vital through sound. A community-based resource since 1962, they provide a production facility unlike any other in the region for local artists who work creatively with sound. Jack Straw focuses on art… LEARN MORE

Medena Pitka

Friday, May 28 - 3:00pm

Medena Pitka Children's Folklore Group is a program of The Bulgarian Cultural and Heritage Center of Seattle (BCHCS). It was established in September 2013. The overall aim of our program is to stimulate children's growth by providing a cultural environment where they will learn to sing in Bulgarian, dance the Bulgarian way, laugh to Bulgarian jokes,… LEARN MORE

Oishii Cooking*

Sunday, May 30 - 5:50pm

Oishii Cooking is a group of cooking/baking siblings based in Seattle. Mika, the lead chef, taught a baking class with sous chef Aki during the summer of 2020. Kai taught specialty classes like how to make Ramen and Yakisoba. Oishii Cooking will premier liveĀ on Sunday, May 30th at 5:50pm on Folklife Premiers. LEARN MORE