This Saturday, August 26th, TUF stages its second summer festival in Judkins Park and the Northwest African American Museum in Seattle’s Central District neighborhood. TUF is “an intersectional female/nonbinary/trans collective” and TUF Fest “aims to inspire women, the LGBTQ community, and other marginalized people” with music, art and collaborative workshops.
AND, this is a FREE, ALL AGES event going on from Noon to 10 pm.
What is TUF?
TUF is an intersectional female/nonbinary/trans collective w/ HQ in Seattle and a strong presence in digital realms. TUF engages, uplifts, and celebrates its members through collaboration, workshops, skill shares, and events. TUF members include promoters, curators, installation/visual artists, DJs, producers, sound engineers, writers, dancers, and designers.**Join us for TUFFEST 2017 on Saturday, August 26 in Judkins Park!***
A celebration of visual art, performance, and education with a goal of uplifting, expanding, and celebrating the female, non-binary, and trans electronic music community.TUFFEST is funded by the Office of Arts & Culture Seattle, and is partnering with Northwest African American Museum which is a TUF Workshops location! This all-ages event is free and open to the public! Judkins Park will be filled with visual art installations, musical performances, workshops, and TUF talks.
##### FINAL LINEUP ######
///DAYTIME MUSIC BY///
Russell E. L. Butler//Black Jeans (Oakland, CA)
Taylar Elizza Beth (Seattle, WA)
x/o (Vancouver, Canda)
Norda (Seattle, WA)
Host DJ: MMMelt
Emcees: Jenn Green and Butter Ball
///VISUAL ART BY///
Gia + Kem Sea
Grey Ellis, Katya Rubinshteyn & Butter Claire Nelson
Live Airbrush T-shirts by Ern Hallgan
///WORKSHOPS & PANELS///
TUF invites you to take part in our workshop and panel series for TUFFEST 2017! From hands-on gear workshops to in-depth discussions to creatively motivational talks, we have a little bit of something for everyone. Check out the schedules below, and please make sure to sign up ahead of time! All workshops are FREE, all-ages, and open to the public.
**We encourage participation from everyone, but please remember to give priority to women/female-identifying/
trans/nonbinary individuals when signing up for workshops**
\\\\ JUDKINS PARK MAINSTAGE ////
2:30pm – 3:30pm
How We Will Accomplish Liberation in our Lifetime w/ Vanessa Molano
SIGN-UP LINK: https://tinyurl.com/
\\\\ JUDKINS PARK GATHERING SPACE ////
\\\\ NORTHWEST AFRICAN AMERICAN MUSEUM ////
Special thanks to Office of Arts & Culture Seattle for their generous funding.