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Town Hall Seattle A vibrant gathering place in the heart of Seattle, Town Hall fosters and engaged community through civic, arts, and educational programs that reflect and inspire our region's best impulses: creativity, empathy, and the belief that we all deserve a voice.
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Town Hall is a bustling artistic and civic hub. Every season, we bring hundreds of writers, musicians, researchers, artists, and activists to Seattle. The very heart of our programs is the act of coming together. To listen, to be heard, to learn, to be inspired. Annually, more than 100,000 of you do just that—coming together for programs that reflect and further our region’s best impulses: creativity, empathy, and the belief that we all deserve a voice. This year, Town Hall in a neighborhood near you as a part of our Inside/Out season. Our iconic First Hill home is closed for a top-to-bottom renovation, but we aren’t turning out the lights—we’re turning Inside/Out. All our programming is pouring out of our historic halls and into communities throughout the city. Inside/Out is going to transform us as an organization. We’re using this season to become more inclusive, more collaborative, more relevant than ever. We’ll collaborate directly with grassroots groups and local residents to provide a platform (and megaphone) to your community-sourced solutions, research, and artistic endeavors. Turn Inside/Out with us! To learn more, buy tickets, or join a neighborhood committee, visit: Townhallseattle.org

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As a year of uncertainty and divisiveness comes to a close, will you help support Town Hall with a year-end gift?If you ...
12/23/2020
Donate Now | 2020 Year End Giving by Town Hall Seattle

As a year of uncertainty and divisiveness comes to a close, will you help support Town Hall with a year-end gift?

If you can give $100, you help offset access to free tickets for anyone 22 & under, and help remove barriers to educational programming.

Find out more about our 22 & under program here: https://townhallseattle.org/about/accessibility-statement/

As a year of uncertainty and divisiveness comes to a close, will you help support Town Hall with a year-end gift? Town Hall has always strived to be an example of how...

As a year of uncertainty and divisiveness comes to a close, will you help support Town Hall with a year-end gift?If you ...
12/21/2020
Donate Now | 2020 Year End Giving by Town Hall Seattle

As a year of uncertainty and divisiveness comes to a close, will you help support Town Hall with a year-end gift?

If you are able to give $250, you help maintain affordable rates for non-profits and individuals renting Town Hall's spaces and services, including our virtual production services.

Find out more about how we support our rental partners here: https://townhallseattle.org/about/accessibility-statement/

As a year of uncertainty and divisiveness comes to a close, will you help support Town Hall with a year-end gift? Town Hall has always strived to be an example of how...

Town Hall is getting prepared for our winter break! Our last event in December will be KNKX's Holiday Jam this Saturday,...
12/18/2020

Town Hall is getting prepared for our winter break! Our last event in December will be KNKX's Holiday Jam this Saturday, and we'll be back with new events for you the week of January 11.

Wondering how you can be prepared this winter? Our #powerfulpartner @PSETalk has an app that can go beyond accessing your account to pay your bill. The myPSE app gives you the power to track and report outages in your neighborhood, check restoration times, and get text updates.
Learn more at pse.com/app

Powered by the community, our friends at the The Bushwick Book Club wed two of the Emerald City's most celebrated tradit...
12/15/2020

Powered by the community, our friends at the The Bushwick Book Club wed two of the Emerald City's most celebrated traditions: music and literature. Since 2010, the Bushwick Book Club Seattle has created a "perfect storm of book nerds and music geeks" (Crosscut) by enlisting local musicians and artists to perform original songs inspired by offbeat classics like Kurt Vonnegut's 'Slaughterhouse-Five' to zeitgeisty best-sellers like Samin Nosrat's 'Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat'—with everything from Austen to Shakespeare and everything in between. Learn more at thebushwickbookclubseattle.com

In "Edge of the Map: The Mountain Life of Christine Boskoff," author Johanna Garton unfolds the life and legacy of Ameri...
12/15/2020
‘Edge of the Map’ author explains how she pieced together the life of Seattle mountaineer Christine Boskoff

In "Edge of the Map: The Mountain Life of Christine Boskoff," author Johanna Garton unfolds the life and legacy of American mountaineer and owner of Seattle mountain guide company Christine Boskoff following her untimely and tragic disappearance and death while climbing in western China. Johanna chatted with Colleen Stinchcombe at The Seattle Times about the book and what compelled her to tell Christine's story. Check it out below.

Johanna will be with us, in conversation with climber Mark Gunlogson, on Thursday, December 17 at 7.30 pm. Find out more and get tickets at townhallseattle.org.

Author Johanna Garton talks about “Edge of the Map: The Mountain Life of Christine Boskoff,” in which Garton unfolds the Seattleite’s life and accomplishments, illuminating the drive and humility that made Boskoff unique among mountaineers.

Have you been keeping up with our podcast, In The Moment? We've got new episodes released most Mondays at 1pm. Today's p...
12/14/2020
Matthew Clair with Marcus Harrison Green (podcast)

Have you been keeping up with our podcast, In The Moment? We've got new episodes released most Mondays at 1pm. Today's podcast features a conversation between Town Hall correspondent Marcus Harrison Green and sociologist Matthew Clair about his fieldwork in the Boston court system, uncovering how privilege and inequality play out in criminal court interactions. Check it out on our website, and don't forget to subscribe to In The Moment on your podcatcher of choice for more important, interesting, and educational conversations like this one.

Dec 14, 2020 Matthew Clair with Marcus Harrison Green (podcast) In The Moment Podcast, Ep 80 Monday, December 14, 2020, 1:00PM Google iCalendar Digital Stage The podcast episode player will appear here upon release time. The number of Americans arrested, brought to court, and incarcerated has skyroc...

In March of this year, arts and cultural organizations went dark. In response to the pandemic, we closed our newly renov...
12/14/2020

In March of this year, arts and cultural organizations went dark. In response to the pandemic, we closed our newly renovated building and sent the staff to work from home. Since then, Town Hall has continued to present virtual programming. We will weather the storm that is 2020, and we are committed to adapting to these new challenges to continue to fulfill our mission. We’ll never back away from our commitment to in-person programming, but we know how important it is to keep our community engaged and safe right now. Through all this change, one thing has remained perfectly clear: none of this is possible without the continued support of our community. Would you make a gift before year-end to ensure the stability of Town Hall in this time of trial and transformation?

Truly, every donation makes a difference! We know it's been a tough year for everyone, and any amount is appreciated. Thank you for supporting Town Hall. https://thsea.org/give2020

In a few short years, Lokokitchen's Lauren Ko went from novice pie baker to internet star and creator of today’s most su...
12/14/2020
'The Pie is the Limit' for this local baker/artist and her tasty viral creations

In a few short years, Lokokitchen's Lauren Ko went from novice pie baker to internet star and creator of today’s most surprising and delightful pie and tart designs. She joins us on Wednesday, December 16 at 6pm in conversation with The Pastry Project's Emily Kim to reveal her secrets, and share stories about her designs and the inspiration behind them.

Get a sneak peek at what's in store by checking out this recent feature from Seattle Refined about Lauren Ko and her pieometry! Then grab your ticket for Wednesday at townhallseattle.org.

With the chilly weather upon us, there's no better time to curl up with a good [cook] book and get inspired for the upcoming holiday season and beyond. For many people, Thanksgiving means baking or buying a traditional pumpkin pie. But there's one local woman who has a fresh take on it. Over the pas...

Today at 2PM, gather the family and join us for a Town Hall holiday favorite celebrating its 13th year!This year, curato...
12/13/2020
A Rogue's Christmas 2020 (livestream)

Today at 2PM, gather the family and join us for a Town Hall holiday favorite celebrating its 13th year!

This year, curator Jean Sherrard presents a reading of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, featuring Rogue Irregulars Marianne Owen, Julie Briskman, and Jean Sherrard, with Kurt Beattie, one of Seattle’s most beloved Scrooges, reprising the role here. Incidental and interim music provided by roguish house band Pineola.

Join us virtually this afternoon for laughter and live music at this family-friendly installment of a Rogue’s Christmas.

The livestream player for this event will appear here one hour prior to the start time.For details on viewing and registering for livestreams, click here. Dec 13, 2020 A Rogue’s Christmas 2020 (livestream) Charles Dickens’ ‘A Christmas Carol’ BUY TICKETS (Free – $15.00) Sunday, December 13...

For the past 12 weeks, Town Music Artistic Director Joshua Roman has been exploring how digital spaces can enhance our e...
12/11/2020
Town Music: The Impermanence of Time

For the past 12 weeks, Town Music Artistic Director Joshua Roman has been exploring how digital spaces can enhance our experience of music, and giving us a behind-the-scenes peek at what life is like for artists in the space between concerts. Now, in a final culmination of his Fermata residency, he's curated a special evening of meditative musical performances--including two Entries from the Musical Journal commissioned by ProtoStar Group--that consider the feeling of time being stretched or displaced. He'll be joined in performance by Seattle Symphony's Noah Geller and Mara Gearman, and arx duo's Mari Yoshinaga and Garrett Alney.

Find out more about the repertoire and get tickets below to join us tomorrow evening at 7.30 pm. Can't make it live? If you buy a ticket, you'll be able to watch until December 16.

Dec 11, 2020 Town Music: The Impermanence of Time A Final Culmination of Joshua Roman’s Fermata Residency BUY TICKETS (Free – $25.00) Friday, December 11, 2020, 7:30PM Google iCalendar Digital Stage For the safety of our patrons and speakers, this event will be presented via livestream. This sea...

Don't miss tonight's FREE presentation for Human Rights Day from our rental partners Seattle Human Rights Commission and...
12/10/2020

Don't miss tonight's FREE presentation for Human Rights Day from our rental partners Seattle Human Rights Commission and UW Center for Human Rights. Join them at 6pm PST for a panel discussion on the Black experience in Seattle, featuring panelists Nikkita Oliver, Omari Salisbury, Jaelynn Scott, Katie Neuner, and Shaun Glaze.

There’s still time to register for Human Rights Day! Join the Seattle Human Rights Commission, Seattle Office for Civil Rights and Center for Human Rights for an event centering “The Black Experience in Seattle.” Register here: https://bit.ly/SHRC_HRD2020

Don't miss a Town Hall holiday favorite celebrating its 13th year: Rogue's Christmas! This year, curator Jean Sherrard p...
12/09/2020
A Rogue's Christmas 2020 (livestream)

Don't miss a Town Hall holiday favorite celebrating its 13th year: Rogue's Christmas! This year, curator Jean Sherrard presents a reading of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, featuring Rogue Irregulars Kurt Beattie, Marianne Owen, Julie Briskman, and Jean Sherrard. Beattie, one of Seattle’s most beloved Scrooges, will be reprising the role here, with incidental and interim music provided by roguish house band Pineola. Join us virtually for laughter and live music at this family-friendly installment of a Rogue’s Christmas, this Sunday at 2pm. Get your tickets at the link below!

The livestream player for this event will appear here one hour prior to the start time.For details on viewing and registering for livestreams, click here. Dec 13, 2020 A Rogue’s Christmas 2020 (livestream) Charles Dickens’ ‘A Christmas Carol’ BUY TICKETS (Free – $15.00) Sunday, December 13...

12/09/2020
"The Impermanence of Time" Teaser

Get a first listen to the teaser for this Friday's feature presentation, the final culmination of Joshua Roman's Fermata residency, which explores the feeling of time being stretched or displaced. Joshua's joined by Seattle Symphony's Noah Geller and Mara Gearman, and arx duo's Garrett Arney and Mari Yoshinaga. If you're not able to watch live on Friday, December 11 at 7.30 pm, the presentation will be available for viewing until December 16. Find more information about the evening's repertoire and get tickets at https://townhallseattle.org/event/town-music-fermata-feature-release-2/

Our friends at Grist.org shared a special episode of their podcast "Temperature Check" that featured a condensed version...
12/05/2020
Listen: Giving Thanks for Nikole Hannah-Jones

Our friends at Grist.org shared a special episode of their podcast "Temperature Check" that featured a condensed version of a conversation we hosted over the summer with eminent journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones and Brentin Mock.

Check it out!

This Thanksgiving holiday, we're publishing a special episode—a podcast version of the Grist and Town Hall Seattle chat between New York Times Magazine reporter Nikole Hannah-Jones and Bloomberg CityLab writer and editor Brentin Mock. This summer, the two sat down …

"Well, the thing is, of course, the right white people are the ones who are going to read the book. The ones who won't s...
12/04/2020
Dyson's Book, 'Long Time Coming,' Aims To Help America Reckon With Race

"Well, the thing is, of course, the right white people are the ones who are going to read the book. The ones who won't stand a chance of being convinced or changed probably won't. Yeah, maybe it's a self-selective audience. Maybe it's preaching to the choir. But the choir has to rehearse, too." Check out this recent NPR interview with Michael Eric Dyson.

He'll be joining us virtually on Tuesday, December 8 at 6pm PST to talk about reckoning with race in America, in conversation with Robin DiAngelo. Find out more and get tickets--including a copy of his book--at townhallseattle.org.

NPR's Noel King speaks with author Michael Eric Dyson about his new book on reckoning with race in America. It's called: Long Time Coming: Reckoning with Race in America.

This Human Rights Day (December 10), the Seattle Human Rights Commission spotlights Black voices. The panel conversation...
12/03/2020
Human Rights Day Celebration 2020 - Black Experience in Seattle

This Human Rights Day (December 10), the Seattle Human Rights Commission spotlights Black voices. The panel conversation features panelists Nikkita Oliver, Omari Salisbury, Jaelynn Scott, Katie Neuner, and Shaun Glaze. In the lead up to the program, the Human Rights Commission has created a video series to share the stories of Black residents in the Central District. Check out the videos here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL9FfLuVoVE8cc4e7INPuF9o6S_jHIEYDt

To find out more about the panel, and to register for this free event, visit townhallseattle.org.

For many, comfort lies in the privileges they experience, the powers they exercise, and the convenience of not being in that group of "those others". We live...

Congratulations to "Dragons in the Snow: Avalanche Detectives and the Race to Beat Death in the Mountains" by Ed Power f...
12/03/2020

Congratulations to "Dragons in the Snow: Avalanche Detectives and the Race to Beat Death in the Mountains" by Ed Power for winning the National Outdoor Book Awards for Outdoor Literature, from our friends at Mountaineers Books.

Ed will be with us virtually this Sunday at 6pm PST, in conversation with avalanche forecaster Craig Gordon to share stories of daring rescues and explore the fascinating science of avalanche forecasting. Find out more, grab the award-winning book, and get tickets at https://townhallseattle.org/event/ed-power-with-craig-gordon-livestream/ .

On Saturday at 2pm PST, theatre and film icon Andre Gregory joins us via livestream with Todd London, the co-writer of h...
12/02/2020
"This Is Not My Memoir" By André Gregory

On Saturday at 2pm PST, theatre and film icon Andre Gregory joins us via livestream with Todd London, the co-writer of his new book "This Is Not My Memoir." Check out this radio interview with Gregory in advance of that event.

To find out more, grab the book from our partners at Third Place Books, and get tickets for the event, visit townhallseattle.org.

André Gregory has been directing in New York for more than half a century. He has collaborated on film versions of his theatre productions with Wallace

With your continued support, you've helped us invent new ways of delivering on that commitment. Thanks to our strong com...
12/02/2020

With your continued support, you've helped us invent new ways of delivering on that commitment. Thanks to our strong community of supporters, we've kept the digital doors open. Support from our members and donors has enabled us to push through the obstacles presented during this crisis and Town Hall remains steadfast in our commitment to continue programming while keeping our ticket prices radically affordable (and free for youth 22 & under). We can only do this work when our audience and supporters rally together—as you have throughout this trying year—and invest in a future where we can create the community we want to see, under our dome and beyond.

Will you help us continue this success into 2021 with a year-end gift? Every donation makes a difference! We know it's been a tough year for everyone, and any amount is appreciated. Thank you for supporting Town Hall.

https://secure.givelively.org/donate/town-hall-seattle/2020-year-end-giving

When asked what happens to a society after a strongman is gone, authoritarianism expert Ruth Ben-Ghiat said, "The victim...
11/30/2020
Historian: Today’s Authoritarian Leaders Aren’t Fascists—But They Are Part of the Same Story

When asked what happens to a society after a strongman is gone, authoritarianism expert Ruth Ben-Ghiat said, "The victims have their scars on their bodies, family traumas, societal traumas. But there’s also a whole host of ways of thinking about the world and rituals that they bequeath. Institutions are hollowed out, experts are driven away. Ideologues and zealots are given place in bureaucracies. And so this leaves societies weakened. If the person’s there long enough, entire generations have to be retrained. This happened after the fall of communism. Americans have been exposed to these processes in miniature. These are things that can happen even if we’re not in a dictatorship." (Read the full interview at the link below.)

Ben-Ghiat will be with us virtually on Wednesday, December 2 in conversation with Virginia Heffernan. Find out more, buy her new book, and get $5 tickets for the program at townhallseattle.org.

"There are historical precedents for what we're living through," argues Ruth Ben-Ghiat

"The book gives an eloquent account of where his prizewinning composition came from.'I try to draw my music directly fro...
11/24/2020
Pulitzer-winning composer John Luther Adams whisks readers to his formative days in Alaska in ‘Silences So Deep’

"The book gives an eloquent account of where his prizewinning composition came from.

'I try to draw my music directly from the earth,' he writes, 'as unmediated as possible by culture — my own or anyone else’s.'"

Check out the Seattle Times review of John Luther Adams' new book "Silences So Deep: Music, Solitude, Alaska." He'll be discussing his book, his music, and his environmental activism tonight at 6pm. Find more and get tickets at townhallseattle.org.

Pulitzer Prize-winning composer John Luther Adams has a strong connection to Seattle Symphony and our city, but his latest work, a memoir, takes readers on a journey of music and self-exploration in Alaska.

11/22/2020
Living Color: Angie Rubio Stories

Tomorrow at 7.30 pm, authors Donna Miscolta and Cecilia Aragon join us for a virtual conversation about the themes and truths that cross the boundaries of the fiction/nonfiction genres: the experience of growing up Latina in 1960s America. Get a sneak peek at Miscolta's stories of Angie Rubio in the short video below, and grab a ticket for the program at townhallseattle.org.

Take a peek at the life of Angie Rubio in this short video that provides a glimpse of what's in the book Living Color: Angie Rubio Stories – a series of stor...

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Town Hall is a 501(c)(3) organization founded in 1998 to save a beloved historic building and create an affordable performance home for the region’s small-midsized arts and civic organizations. Today, Town Hall has matured into a nationally unique artistic and civic hub located in the heart of Seattle. We annually engage 110,000+ people at more than 425 events, host 90 community producers on our stages, present hundreds of artists and scholars, and collaborate with an additional 150 grassroots groups in our self-produced programs.

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Bridging the Music MINIFEST Tickets $15 Time is running out to get to this event! Great mix of music and artists in Seattle WA Contact Me for tickets now!
So happy to find this autographed poster from a phenomenal show at Town Hall!
For the Mo Rocca: Mobituaries—Great Lives Worth Reliving event on 11/12 -- will he be greeting people & signing books afterwards? Or just having signed books in advance for sale? If the latter, how much? Thanks!
There were beautifully performed "musical fireworks" going off in the newly renovated Town Hall last night and we, Magical Strings were there! Our daughter Brittany was among the brilliant artists who played Bach, Poulenc, Messiaen, Bartok and Bates. It was soul stirring and unforgettably exciting. The two years of renovations made to Town Hall were wonderful to experience, especially the improvements to the acoustics, sound and lighting. We are thrilled that our Magical Strings Celtic Yuletide will be returning to this beautiful venue in December.
Only a little over a week before Showtime at The Jump Session Show!!! We are super excited to feature some amazing talent. The Jump Session Show at Town Hall Seattle 1119 8th Ave Friday, May 24th 2019 Doors open at 6:30pm Showtime 7pm $30 General Public https://www.campjitterbug.com/jump-session for more information and to purchase your tickets Hosts: Chester Whitmore & Evita Arce Band: Michael Gamble will be your band leader featuring Greg Ruby, Jonathan Doyle, Josh Collazo, Alex Guilbert, Whitney Moore, Michael Van Bebber Performers: Sugar Sullivan Jovon Miller Felix Berghäll & Egle Regelskis Skye Humphries & Frida Segerdahl Michael Jagger Nick Williams & Laura Keat Ryan Calloway & Ann Mony Stefan Huynh & Elaine Buchignani Ben White & Ariel Goh Alex Parker & Chelsea Dole Teams: LA Swing Posse Sweetfeet Northwest Tap Connection Josh Scribner & Alchemy Tap Project Jovon Miller Productions
Please help me make the apology.
Trying to renew my membership via the website. Ugh! Why can't this be easy? Also, the listed phone number is incorrect. Ugh. Anybody in the office today?
Sad to see the "Dungeons & Dragons" talk was so short (barely 29 minutes before the Q&A). Very surface level discussion, would have loved to hear some in-depth talk about the role that fantasy artists like Boris Vallejo and Clyde Caldwell played in the direction of D&D's art in the 1980's.
We seriously need to address the Washington State Constitution, the Will of the People, and Capital Punishment. The Washington State RCW's on Capital Punishment are available here: http://app.leg.wa.gov/RCW/default.aspx?cite=10.95 Constitutionally, the People of Washington State created the State government and the State Court System. Any authority of these agents comes directly from the will of the people. Constitutionally, the people created the government. RCW 10.95 was created by exercising the legislative process defined in our Constitution which was adopted in May of 1889. NOTE: This is the only place the government and the courts obtain any kind of authority: from the People via the Washington State Constitution. A few years later, and by utilizing the legislative process that the People created, the people adopted Capital Punishment, aka 'the death penalty'. The people chose this. We the people chose to reserve the ultimate penalty for certain horrific crimes against humanity and human-kind. The process of adopting RCW 10.95 occurred entirely under the Washington State Constitutional process, and because it is the demand of the people, these laws are absolutely Constitutional. We all realize that the Court(s) and the Government are the same thing and that the Court and the Government share the same mother: the sole reason for existence of 'Government' and 'Court' is the direct result of the Will of The People and Democratic Process. By adopting laws using the Legislative Process that We The People defined in our Constitution Process the people give the Government and Courts that was created their operating instructions. We did that when we adopted RCW 10.95, implementing the death penalty. We The People told our Government and Our Courts, that "We Will Have This (capital punishment) As The Law". At this point, I am completely outraged. This whole Washington State Supreme Court 5/4 decision against a Law that the People gave to the Court is absolutely unconstitutional. The Court does NOT have the power to determine the will of the people. We The People passed the Law telling the Courts exactly what We The People set as the boundaries and we passed Washington State RCW 10.95 because that is what We The People WANT as Law. I Call for an immediate Public Referendum, Titled "We The People of Washington State Re-affirm and Retain All Current Laws Under Washington State RCW 10.95 aka 'Capital Punishment'." We need to have a public referendum on the ballot for this. This is NOT a decision for The Court that We Created nor for the Bureaucracy the We Created; This is bigger than Government because it is a decision of the people and of the Governed, and not a decision to be made by proxy.
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I love town Hall you provide such incredible programming. I see there are no list events in July when will these be posted.
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