LiveXposure at Wa Na Wari: Creating Community in Seattle's Central District
Two wise women plumb the deepest depths and the tiniest cracks of our world to understand how culture and creativity shape our lives.
DoubleXposure and TeenTix Join Forces to Bring Twice the Impact for the Arts
For the second season of doubleXposure, we're partnering with our friends at TeenTix to engage young journalists to help us tell the stories of arts and community in the four cultural hubs we're spotlighting.
Throughout the season, we’ll be publishing articles from an array of TeenTix writers; each focusing on one of the spotlight neighborhoods: Seattle Center, Seattle Waterfront, South Park, and the Central District.
Our final installment comes from TeenTix writer, Maia Demar. Demar highlights one of the latest BIPOC-owned businesses to reinvigorate the Central District, Seattle's historically Black neighborhood. Métier Brewing Company is a craft brewing company for all and they are bringing joy and life back into the area with their inspired Cherry Street location.
Seattle’s TeenTix, is an organization with the mission of “empowering young people to take an active role in shaping their arts community, as audience members, critics, influencers, advocates, patrons, and leaders.”
About the Podcast
DoubleXposure plumbs the deepest depths and the tiniest cracks of our world to understand how culture and creativity shape our lives, sometimes in ways we don’t even see.
Each episode features Marcie and Vivian—two wise women on a never ending quest to learn more—in conversation with some of the most inspiring and effective creators today.
What does culture say about our communities? What do we say back? Dancers, thinkers, rappers, performers, makers, doers bring their curiosity and passion to the mic. Bring yours as well to each episode of DoubleXposure.